Completing the Major:  Disciplinary Communication

All students entering 2009 or later must satisfy a Disciplinary Communication requirement in addition to the requirements for their major.

For a complete guidelines for the Disciplinary Communication general education requirement, see the Academic Senate.

Use the chart below to determine which courses satisfy the Disciplinary Communication Requirement for your major:

Major Disciplinary Communication Courses
Earth Sciences BS, Environmental Geology BS, Ocean Sciences BS, Planetary Sciences BS Any TWO from the following:
EART 100 Vertebrate Paleontology

EART 101 The Fossil Record
EART 102 Marine Geology
EART 104 Geologic Hazards
EART 109 Elements of Field Geology 
EART 116 Hydrology
EART 120 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 
EART 125 Analytical Paleobiology
EART 140 Geomorphology 
EART 146 Ground Water
EART 148 Glaciology
EART 150 Structural Geology
EART 152 Tectonics
EART 160 Planetary Sciences
EART 188A Summer Field Internship
EART 191 Climate Change Science and Policy 
EART 195 Senior Thesis
Science Education BS

EDUC 185L Cal Teach 3 and EART 109 Elements of Field Geology OR EART 120 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy and EART 150 Structural Geology

Earth Sciences/Anthropology BA Any TWO from the following:
EART 100 Vertebrate Paleontology

EART 101 The Fossil Record
EART 102 Marine Geology
EART 104 Geologic Hazards
EART 109 Elements of Field Geology 
EART 116 Hydrology
EART 120 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 
EART 125 Analytical Paleobiology
EART 140 Geomorphology 
EART 146 Ground Water
EART 148 Glaciology
EART 150 Structural Geology
EART 152 Tectonics
EART 160 Planetary Sciences
EART 188A Summer Field Internship
EART 191 Climate Change Science and Policy 
EART 195 Senior Thesis
ANTH 100 History and Theory of Physical Anthropology
ANTH 170 History of Archaeological Theory
ANTH 194B Chimpanzees: Biology, Behavior, and Evolution
ANTH 194L Archaeology of the African Diaspora
ANTH 194Y Archaeolgies of Space and Landscape