The majors listed here can be completed entirely online or in a combination with online/hybrid classes and traditional classes. Courses with at least 51% of the class conducted online are considered hybrid.
If your goal is to earn an associate degree and to transfer to a CSU or UC campus, you must fulfill the CSU or IGETC General Education Pattern, complete a major of at least 18 units, and complete other transferable courses to total 60 units. If your goal is to earn an associate degree, but you do not plan to transfer, you could complete the SRJC General Education Pattern (see College Catalog), one of these majors, and additional degree – applicable units to total 60 units. Consult with a counselor about the specific lower division preparation required by the transfer institutions that you are considering.
Note that the list below refers to the major core classes in each major, but is not representative of the general education courses needed to complete an Associate Degree. There is no guarantee that every course is offered online every semester. Check the schedule of classes to find the mode of delivery in the semester you want to take the course. Not all general education courses are taught online, however the courses for the major are all offered online or hybrid.
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Note that the list below refers to the major core classes in each major, but is not representative of the general education courses needed to complete an Associate Degree. There is no guarantee that every course is offered online every semester. Check the schedule of classes to find the mode of delivery in the semester you want to take the course.
TAKING AN ONLINE CLASS
“How to Take an Online Class” (College Skills 334) is suggested for all online students
Online Classes Fill Quickly! To enhance your registration priority, consider one of the following options:
CONTINUING STUDENTS WITH LESS THAN 24 UNITS
Make an appointment for “Early Bird” Counseling to establish an approved Education Plan. This makes you eligible for Priority 1A registration. Students transferring from other community colleges should establish residency right away by enrolling in a class.
Enroll in a College Orientation Course (Counseling 270) or complete an online College Orientation to establish registration priority in advance of open registration (priority 4 or 5).
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES AVAILABLE ONLINE
Students have three options in meeting the General Education requirements toward earning an Associate in Arts, an Associate in Science, or an Associate Degree for Transfer Degree at Santa Rosa Junior College. See the General Education Patterns on the Associate Degrees page for a description of these options. Below is a list of General Education courses that can be taken online or hybrid at SRJC.
|Course Prefix||Course Title|
|ANTHRO 1||Physical Anthropology|
|ANTHRO 2||Cultural Anthropology|
|ART 1.1||World Art History to 1500|
|ART 1.2||World Art History Since 1500|
|ART 2.3||History and Appreciation of Modern Art|
|BAD 10||American Business in Its Global Context|
|CHLD 10||Child Growth and Development|
|*COMM 1||Introduction to Public Speaking|
|*COMM 9||Critical Thinking and Argumentation|
|*COMM 60||Communication Skills|
|COUN 53||College Survival Techniques|
|COUN 62||Introduction to Career Development|
|ECON 1||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ECON 2||Principles of Microeconomics|
|ENGL 1A||College Composition|
|ENGL 1B||Literature and Composition|
|ENGL 5||Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking|
|FDNT 10||Elementary Nutrition|
|HIST 1.1||World History to 1500|
|HIST 4.1||History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.|
|HIST 17.1||History of the United States to 1877|
|HIST 17.2||History of the United States from 1877|
|HIST 20||History of the United States since 1945|
|HUMAN 5||World Humanities: Arts, Ideas, Values|
|HUMAN 6||American Cultures|
|HUMAN 7||Introduction to the Humanities|
|INTDIS 2||Popular Culture in the United States|
|KINES 53||Principles of Health and Wellness|
|LIR 10||Introduction to Information Literacy|
|*MATH 15||Elementary Statistics|
|MEDIA 4||Introduction to Mass Communication|
|MUSC 7||Classical Music Appreciation|
|NRM 12||Introduction to Environmental Conservation|
|PHIL 3||Critical Thinking|
|POLS 1||Introduction to United States Government|
|PSYCH 1A||General Psychology|
|PSYCH 3||Human Sexuality|
|PSYCH 4||Child and Adolescent Psychology|
|PSYCH 5||Abnormal Psychology|
|PSYCH 7||Theories of Personality|
|PSYCH 56||Aging, Dying and Death|
|SOC 1||Introduction to Sociology|
|SOC 2||Modern Social Problems|
|SOC 10||Close Relationships and Family Life|
|SOC 30||Race and Ethnic Relations|
*Hybrid Course: some sections may require mandatory campus meeting(s); check the Class Schedule for details.
To view all available certificate programs, see the SRJC Certificate Programs page.