Variations are easily accommodated in the sequencing of GE requirements, but should be made in consultation with an advisor. Note that courses designated as “elective or minor” total 38 units and could easily accommodate a second major (depending on the selected double major, which might require one or two additional courses). Careful planning and early identification of a second major make this feasible. A variation would be to complete the junior or senior year in the CSU International Program, meeting some upper-division French requirements in a single year, and completing the second major in the other upper-division year at SSU.
* Either B1 or B3 must have a lab.
** Counts as C3.
*** Important to take World History before upper-division French.
**** Can be an early prerequisite for business majors or minors, and might be taken earlier, or later, for those who decide at a later date on an internationally-oriented career other than business.
§ Advantage of taking D3 and D4 together: understanding the U.S. Constitution in connection with U.S. history.