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Institution Name: Irvine Valley College
City: Irvine
State: CA
Zip Code: 92720
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ACCT 1A (Financial Accounting) ACCT 2000 (Principles of Accounting I) Credits: 4
ACCT 1B (Managerial Accounting) ACCT 2010 (Principles of Accounting II) Credits: 4
ANTH 1 (Intro to Physical Anthropology) ANTH 1XXX () Credits: 3
ANTH 2 (Cultural Anthropology) ANTH 2000 (Cultural Anthropology) Credits: 3
ART 40 (2-D Design & Color) ARTS 2150 (Introduction to Design) Credits: 3
ARTH 20 (Art Appreciation) ARTS 1000 (Introduction to Visual Arts) Credits: 3
ARTH 22 (Survey of Asian Art) ARTH 2000 (The Art of Asia) Credits: 3
ARTH 23 (African & Oceanic Art) ARTH 2100 (Tribal Arts) Credits: 3
ARTH 25 (Art History Survey I: Western) ARTH 2200 (Foundations of Western Art) Credits: 3
ARTH 26 (Art History Survey II: Western) ARTH 2200 (Foundations of Western Art) Credits: 3
ASTR 20 (General Astronomy) PHYS 1020 (Astronomy) Credits: 3
ASTR 25 (Observational Astronomy) PHYS 1020 (Astronomy) Credits: 3
BIO 1 (The Life Sciences) BIOL 1000 (Introductory Biology) Credits: 3
BIO 11 (Human Anatomy) BIOL 1XXX () Credits: 4
BIO 15 (General Microbiology) BIOL 2040 (Microbes and Human Health) Credits: 5
BIO 1L (The Life Sciences Laboratory) BIOL 1XXX () Credits: 1
BIO 93 (Integrated Biol:DNA-Organisms) BIOL 2050 (General Biology I) Credits: 4
BIO 94 (From Organisms to Ecosystems) BIOL 2052 (General Biology II) Credits: 4
CHEM 1A (General Chemistry I) CHEM 2050 (General Chemistry I) Credits: 4
CHEM 2051 (General Chemistry I Lab) Credits: 1
CHEM 1B (General Chemistry II) CHEM 2052 (General Chemistry II) Credits: 4
CHEM 2053 (General Chemistry II Lab) Credits: 1
CHEM 3 (Fundamental Chemistry) CHEM 1000 (Introductory Chemistry) Credits: 4
CHEM 4 (Intro to Gen/Organic/Biochem) CHEM 2030 (Intro Organic Chem/Biochem) Credits: 5
COMM 1 (Communication Fundamentals) COM 1500 (Public Spk in a Mediated World) Credits: 3
COUN 10 (Intro to College Study Skills) COM 1000 (Intro to Communication Skills) Credits: 3
COUN 102 (Career Exploration/Life Plan) COM 1000 (Intro to Communication Skills) Credits: 3
CS 1 (Intro to Computer Systems) CSCI 1011 (Intro to Computer Info Systems) Credits: 4
ECON 1 (Principles of Economics-Micro) ECON 2010 (Principles of Microeconomics) Credits: 3
ECON 2 (Principles of Economics-Macro) ECON 2015 (Principles of Macroeconomics) Credits: 3
ECON 20 (Introductory Economics) ECON 1000 (Naked Economics) Credits: 3
ERTH 20 (Intro to Earth Science) PHYS 1000 (Physical Science) Credits: 4
FA 27 (Introduction to Fine Arts) HUM 1000 (The Human Condition) Credits: 3
FR 1 (Beginning French I) FR 1100 (Beginning French I) Credits: 5
FR 2 (Beginning French II) FR 1200 (Beginning French II) Credits: 5
GEOG 1 (Physical Geography) GEOG 1000 (Intro to Physical Geography) Credits: 3
GEOG 2 (Cultural Geography) GEOG 2000 (Visualizing Human Geography) Credits: 3
GEOG 3 (World Regional Geography) GEOG 1500 (World Regional Geography) Credits: 3
GEOL 1 (Physical Geology) GEOL 1000 (The Dynamic Earth) Credits: 4
HIST 1 (History of World Civ to 1500) HIST 2001 (History World Cultures to 1500) Credits: 3
HIST 10 (West/World Through Renaissance) HIST 2001 (History World Cultures to 1500) Credits: 3
HIST 11 (West/World Since Renaissance) HIST 2XXX () Credits: 3
HIST 2 (Hist of World Civ Since 1500) HIST 2002 (Global Hist Exp Since 1500) Credits: 3
HIST 20 (American History to Civil War) HIST 2401 (American History to 1877) Credits: 3
HIST 21 (American Hist since Civil War) HIST 2402 (American History Since 1865) Credits: 3
HIST 40 (Asian History before 1800) HIST 2XXX () Credits: 3
HIST 41 (Asian History Since 1800) HIST 2XXX () Credits: 3
HLTH 1 (Health Education) HS 1000 (Intro to Personal&Commu Health) Credits: 3
HUM 1 (Introduction to Humanities) HUM 1000 (The Human Condition) Credits: 3
HUM 27 (World Religions) REL 1000 (Intro to World Religions) Credits: 3
JA 1 (Beginning Japanese I) JPE 1100 (Beginning Japanese I) Credits: 5
JA 2 (Beginning Japanese II) JPE 1200 (Beginning Japanese II) Credits: 5
JRNL 41 (Newswriting) JOUR 1100 (Writing for the Media) Credits: 3
LIT 1 (Introduction to Literature) ENG 2000 (The Art of Literature) Credits: 3
LIT 40 (Intro to the Hebrew Bible) REL 2151 (The Hebrew Bible as Literature) Credits: 3
MATH 10 (Introduction to Statistics) MATH 1123 (Statistics) Credits: 3
MATH 105 (Math for Liberal Arts Students) MATH 1115 (Survey of Math) Credits: 3
MATH 11 (A Brief Course in Calculus) MATH 2214 (Calculus I) Credits: 4
MATH 2 (Pre-Calculus) MATH 1150 (Pre-Calculus I & II Accel) Credits: 5
MATH 3A (Analytic Geometry & Calculus I) MATH 2214 (Calculus I) Credits: 5
MATH 3B (Analytic Geometry & Calc II) MATH 2215 (Calculus II) Credits: 5
MATH 8 (College Algebra) MATH 1130 (Pre-Calculus I) Credits: 5
MGT 1 (Introduction to Business) MGMT 1000 (Introduction to Business) Credits: 3
MGT 104 (Business Communication) COM 1XXX () Credits: 3
MGT 120 (Principles of Business Mgmt) MGMT 2000 (Principles of Management) Credits: 3
MGT 12A (Legal Environ of Business) MGMT 1XXX () Credits: 3
MS 20 (Introduction to Oceanography) MARS 1000 (Introductory Oceanography) Credits: 4
MUS 20 (Music Appreciation) MUS 1000 (Intro Western Classical Music) Credits: 3
MUS 21 (World Music) MUS 2101 (Music in World Culture) Credits: 3
NUT 1 (Principles of Nutrition) BIOL 1300 (Nutrition: Eat Smarter) Credits: 3
PHIL 1 (Introduction to Philosophy) PHIL 1000 (Intro to World Philosophies) Credits: 3
PHIL 2 (Ethics) PHIL 2500 (Ethics in America) Credits: 3
PHIL 3 (Introduction to Logic) PHIL 2090 (Principles of Logic) Credits: 3
PHYS 20 (Ideas & Events of Physics) PHYS 1030 (Introductory Physics) Credits: 4
PS 1 (American Government) PSCI 1400 (American Political System) Credits: 3
PS 4 (Intro to Political Science) PSCI 2000 (Introduction to Politics) Credits: 3
PSYC 1 (Introduction to Psychology) PSY 1000 (Introduction to Psychology) Credits: 3
SOC 1 (Introduction to Sociology) SOC 1000 (Introduction to Sociology) Credits: 3
SOC 2 (Social Problems) SOC 2000 (Social Problems and Policy) Credits: 3
SP 1 (Communication Fund) COM 2000 (Public Speaking) Credits: 3
SP 3 (Argumentation & Debate) COM 2640 (Argumentation and Debate) Credits: 3
SP 9 (Intercultural Communication) COM 2300 (Comm and Culture) Credits: 3
SPAN 1 (Beginning Spanish I) SPAN 1100 (Beginning Spanish I) Credits: 5
TA 1 (Acting) THEA 2320 (Acting I: Basic for Stg & Scr) Credits: 3
TA 20 (Theatre Appreciation:Classical) THEA 1000 (Introduction to Theater) Credits: 3
TA 40B (Intro to Theatre Design) THEA 1400 (Intro to Technical Theater) Credits: 3
WR 1 (College Writing 1) WRI 1100 (Writing & Analyzing Arguments) Credits: 4
WR 2 (College Writing 2) WRI 1200 (Rsch, Argmt, and Writing) Credits: 4
WS 10 (Intro to Women's Studies) HUM 1270 (Into to Gender & Women's Stud.) Credits: 3
BIO 12 (Human Physiology) BIOL 2030 (Anatomy and Physiology I) Credits: 3
BIOL 2031 (Anatomy and Physiology I Lab) Credits: 1
BIOL 2032 (Anatomy and Physiology II) Credits: 3
BIOL 2033 (Anatomy and Physiology II Lab) Credits: 1

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