Academic Catalog

Electives

Each degree program guides its graduates to achieve College Academic Learning Goals and General Education requirements in the way that is most reasonable and helpful to its students in that field of study.  Programs may require a specific course, or elective categories, from which a student may choose from a variety of course options.  Refer to specific program curriculum grids for more information.

Humanities Elective - Transfer Program

This list does not indicate College Academic Learning Goal designation.  Refer to your program curriculum for more information.

For college transfer curricula1:

Courses listed under subjects:
ART 100Art and Child Development (or above)3
COMM 100Interpersonal Communication (or above)3
ENG 112English Composition II: Writing About Literature (or above)3
HUM 100Introduction to Visual Arts (or above)3
MUS 101Fundamentals of Music (or above)3
PHI 100Introduction to Philosophy (or above)3
Foreign Languages:
FRE 101Elementary French I (or above)3
GER 101Elementary German I (or above)3
ITA 101Elementary Italian I (or above)3
SPA 101Elementary Spanish I (or above)3
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The elective courses listed for transfer curricula are generally transferable to most institutions. However, depending on the program at the transfer institution, the courses may only be accepted as free electives. Be sure to meet with a transfer advisor when planning to transfer.

Humanities Elective - Career Program

This list does not indicate College Academic Learning Goal designation.  Refer to your program curriculum for more information.

For career programs:

Courses listed under subject areas:
ARB 101Elementary Arabic I (or above)3
ART 100Art and Child Development (or above)3
COMM 100Interpersonal Communication (or above)3
DRA 100Introduction to Theatre (or above)3
ENG 112English Composition II: Writing About Literature (or above)3
FRE 101Elementary French I (or above)3
GER 101Elementary German I (or above)3
HUM 100Introduction to Visual Arts (or above)3
ITA 101Elementary Italian I (or above)3
MUS 101Fundamentals of Music (or above)3
PHI 100Introduction to Philosophy (or above)3
SPA 101Elementary Spanish I (or above)3

Foreign Language

World Languages
ARB 101Elementary Arabic I3
ARB 102Elementary Arabic II3
FRE 101Elementary French I3
FRE 102Elementary French II3
FRE 111Intermediate French I3
FRE 112Intermediate French II3
GER 101Elementary German I3
GER 102Elementary German II3
ITA 101Elementary Italian I3
ITA 102Elementary Italian II3
SPA 101Elementary Spanish I3
SPA 102Elementary Spanish II3
SPA 201Intermediate Spanish I3
SPA 202Intermediate Spanish II3

Social Science Electives - Transfer Program

This list does not indicate College Academic Learning Goal designation.  Refer to your program curriculum for more information.

For college transfer curricula1:

ADJ 240Criminology3
ADJ 260Corrections-Probation-Parole3
ECO 210Macroeconomic Principles3
ECO 220Microeconomic Principles3
EDU 110Introduction to Teaching (or above)3
HIS 110American History I (or above)3
INT 100Student Success3
POL 110Introduction to Political Science (or above)3
PSY 130Personal and Career Development (or above)3
SOC 110Introduction to Sociology (or above)3
SWO 101Introduction to Social Work and Human Services (or above)3
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The elective courses listed for transfer curricula are generally transferable to most institutions. However, depending on the program at the transfer institution, the courses may only be accepted as free electives. Be sure to meet with a transfer advisor when planning to transfer.

Social Science Elective - Career Programs

This list does not indicate College Academic Learning Goal designation.  Refer to your program curriculum for more information.

All ADJ, ECE, ECO, EDU, HIS, INT, POL, PSY, SOC, SWO courses.

Elective Course 270

Courses numbered 270 through 279 designate credits that are transferred into DCCC as electives in that discipline. These courses do not directly equate to a specific DCCC course but meet requirements to be transferred in by the College.