Not more than one year of ninth-grade laboratory science can be used to meet this requirement e: language other than english – 2 years required, 3 years recommended two years of the same language other than english courses should emphasize speaking and understanding, and include instruction in grammar. Subject requirement (a-g coursework) complete the 15 the courses you take to fulfill the subject requirement must be certified by the university of california as meeting the requirement and must be included on languages other than english taken in the seventh and eighth grades may be used to fulfill part of this. We call academic subjects (history/social studies, english, etc) the 'a-g' subject areas here, we want to know about other courses you have taken that have helped shape you but that might not have been granted academic credit. Courses from california high schools and online schools used to satisfy the a-g subject requirements must be approved by uc and appear on the institution's a-g course language other than english (“e”) – two years of the same language other than english or equivalent to the second level of high school instruction.
Csu-uc comparison of minimum eligibility requirements california state university calculate gpa using only “a-g” approved courses taken after the 9th grade except in the areas of math and language other than english, where grades of d can be validated by successful completion of higher level coursework. If you are entering only foreign high schools, then you are not required to complete high school coursework entry or a-g matching this includes if you took algebra 1, geometry, or a language other than english (lote) in the 7th or 8th grade, report your course(s) and grade(s) earned as 9th grade. To gain admission to ucla, you need to present an academic profile much stronger than represented by the minimum uc admission requirements below the freshman profile gives visit the uc a-g interactive website the university of california also maintains a list of certified a-g courses for high schools in california.
To satisfy the uc subject requirements, students must complete 15 units of uc- approved high school coursework in the subjects listed below (a unit is equal to the uc's validation policy for (lote) language other than english can be accessed at the following hyperlink: lote validation matrix arrow. Specific high school courses (referred to as the “a-g” courses) language other than english (2 years of the same language american sign language is applicable - see below about a possible waiver of this courses in this category must be those found on the high school or adult school uc a-g course lists.
Grades and coursework entered into your csumentor high school planner will carry over to the admissions application when you are ready dependents other than a spouse, are a foster youth/orphan/ward of the court, or are a veteran or active duty member of the us the uc approved a-g course list do not enter. Options for satisfying uc's “a-g” subject requirements for freshman applicants information 2 years required, 3 years recommended: two years of the same language other than english courses should emphasize speaking and understanding, and advising students with some or all international coursework. Activities & awards coursework other than a-g- courses that demonstrate a particular interest you can add up to 5 courses (can be yearlong or semester) - agriculture -journalism -student body organizations -academic focus (mock trial , academic decathlon) -other arts -academy or learning paths.
You should apply to a major that interests you, rather than the one you think gives you the best chance for admission we also suggest that you include if there are other ccc courses that are not uc-transferable, report them in the non a-g coursework area later in the application if college/university. Under the activities & awards section: coursework other than a-g report any transferable college courses taken while in high school (transferable courses = factored into your gpa) specify which year you took each course ( example: sophomore or junior year) not sure a course is transferable check assist. This post was originally published at simplify by jill harper & suji rajagopal for years in the homeschool community, we have heard how difficult it is for a california homeschooler to gain admittance to a uc school with the a-g requirements that the uc schools used and a limited number of approved.
For the coursework other than a-g step, enter other coursework taken (eg career/vocational education courses [eg work experience], yearbook, student government, living skills, weekend chinese school, etc) you are limited to 5 entries • for the next several steps, you'll need the dates and hours you've performed. Two years, or equivalent to the 2nd level of high school instruction, of the same language other than english are required (three years/3rd level of high school instruction recommended) courses should emphasize speaking and understanding, and include instruction in grammar, vocabulary, reading, composition and.
Students must successfully complete uc-approved courses in these a-g subject areas with a 'c' grade or better be sure that the classes you take are on your language other than english must have two years of the same note: for online coursework, please refer to the uc list of approved online course providers. All “a-g” courses and grades must be reported subject 15 college prep year -long courses from approved “a-g” list are required with grade of c- or better at least 7 other than english 2 years of language other than english must be the same language (american sign language accepted) uc recommends 3 years. Guidance » uc approved coursework (a-g classes) the following courses meet requirements for admission to the university of california all courses must be listed under a-f above with the exception of courses marked with a blue diamond () in mathematics, language other than english, and vpa plus the following. I developed this brag sheet to help you think about how to complete your uc application and respond to the uc personal insight questions section has six categories: awards/honors, extracurricular activities, community service, educational preparation programs, work experience, and coursework other than a-g.