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www.assist.org Page 1 Articulation Agreement by Major Effective during the 11-12 Academic Year To: UCLA |From: Orange Coast College Quarter| Semester ================================================================================ ====Mathematics for Teaching B.S.==== Listed below are the lower division preparation courses for the major. You should complete as many preparation courses as possible prior to transfer, based on the availability of courses. All courses must be taken for a letter grade. For more information regarding this major and UCLA's transfer selection process, visit www.math.ucla.edu and www.admissions.ucla.edu.
PLEASE NOTE: The community college courses listed below have been approved to satisfy the preparation*…show more content…*

(continued) MATH 33B Differential Equations (4)|MATH A285 Introduction to (4) | Linear Algebra and | Differential | Equations | __ OR |MATH A285H Honors Introduction (5) | to Linear Algebra | and Differential | Equations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 61 Introduction to Discrete (4)|MATH A230 Introduction to (5) Structures | Discrete Mathematics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------PHYSICS 1A Physics for Scientists (5)|PHYS A185 Calculus-Based (4) and Engineers:Mechanics | Physics: Mechanics OR | OR PHYSICS 6A Physics for Life (5)|PHYS A130 University Physics 1 (4) Sciences Majors: | (non-major) Mechanics | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10A Introduction to (5)|CS A150 & C++ Programming _ (4) Programming(C++) | Language 1 |CS A250 C++ Programming (4) | Language 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Two courses from |Two courses from: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------PHYSICS 6B Physics for Life (5)|PHYS A135 University Physics 2 (4) Sciences Majors: Waves, | (non-major) Electricity, and | Magnetism |*…show more content…*

(continued) CHEM 20A Chemical Structure (4)|CHEM A180 General Chemistry A (5) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------CHEM 20B Chemical Energetics and (4)|CHEM A185 General Chemistry B (5) Change | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10B Intermediate (5)|CS A150 & C++ Programming _ (4) Programming(C++) | Language 1 |CS A250 C++ Programming (4) | Language 2 |NOTE: Completion of Computer Science |150 and 250 satisfies only one course |towards this requirement. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10C Advanced Programming (5)|No course articulated -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20A Principles of Java (5)|No course articulated Language with | Applications | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20B Advanced Aspects of (5)|No course articulated Java Language with | Applications | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20C Seminar: Enterprise (5)|No course articulated Computing with Java | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 30 Machine Organization (5)|No course

(continued) MATH 33B Differential Equations (4)|MATH A285 Introduction to (4) | Linear Algebra and | Differential | Equations | __ OR |MATH A285H Honors Introduction (5) | to Linear Algebra | and Differential | Equations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 61 Introduction to Discrete (4)|MATH A230 Introduction to (5) Structures | Discrete Mathematics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------PHYSICS 1A Physics for Scientists (5)|PHYS A185 Calculus-Based (4) and Engineers:Mechanics | Physics: Mechanics OR | OR PHYSICS 6A Physics for Life (5)|PHYS A130 University Physics 1 (4) Sciences Majors: | (non-major) Mechanics | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10A Introduction to (5)|CS A150 & C++ Programming _ (4) Programming(C++) | Language 1 |CS A250 C++ Programming (4) | Language 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Two courses from |Two courses from: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------PHYSICS 6B Physics for Life (5)|PHYS A135 University Physics 2 (4) Sciences Majors: Waves, | (non-major) Electricity, and | Magnetism |

(continued) CHEM 20A Chemical Structure (4)|CHEM A180 General Chemistry A (5) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------CHEM 20B Chemical Energetics and (4)|CHEM A185 General Chemistry B (5) Change | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10B Intermediate (5)|CS A150 & C++ Programming _ (4) Programming(C++) | Language 1 |CS A250 C++ Programming (4) | Language 2 |NOTE: Completion of Computer Science |150 and 250 satisfies only one course |towards this requirement. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 10C Advanced Programming (5)|No course articulated -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20A Principles of Java (5)|No course articulated Language with | Applications | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20B Advanced Aspects of (5)|No course articulated Java Language with | Applications | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 20C Seminar: Enterprise (5)|No course articulated Computing with Java | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPTNG 30 Machine Organization (5)|No course

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