INSTITUTION INFORMATION

Los Angeles Pierce College
Woodland Hills, California
Institution Liaison: Donna Mae Villanueva

Last Updated: 2021-09-01



Los Angeles Pierce College Passport Block

The Passport Block listed here is for general information only. Students must see the institution's website for access to its official block.

PASSPORT BLOCK OVERVIEW

The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.


ORAL COMMUNICATION

The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Oral Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

COMM

101

Public Speaking

COMM

104

Argumentation And Debate

COMM

121

Interpersonal Communication

COMM

151

Small Group Communication


Courses in Oral Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title




WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Written Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ENGLISH

101

College Reading And Composition I




QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Quantitative Literacy

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

CO SCI

542

Discrete Structures for Computer Science

MATH

125

Intermediate Algebra

MATH

134

Accelerated Elementary And Intermediate Algebra

MATH

215

Principles Of Mathematics I

MATH

227

Statistics

MATH

228A

Statistics Pathway Part I

MATH

228B

Statistics Pathway Part II

MATH

238

Calculus For Business And Social Science I

MATH

240

Trigonometry

MATH

260

Precalculus

MATH

261

Calculus I

MATH

262

Calculus II

MATH

275

Ordinary Differential Equations

STAT

101

Statistics For The Social Sciences




NATURAL SCIENCES

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed under each of the following: Physical Sciences and Life/Biological Sciences. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Physical Sciences

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ASTRON

001

Elementary Astronomy

ASTRON

002

Elementary Astronomy Laboratory (includes lab component)

CHEM

051

Fundamentals Of Chemistry I (includes lab component)

CHEM

060

Introduction To General Chemistry (includes lab component)

CHEM

101

General Chemistry I (includes lab component)

CHEM

102

General Chemistry II (includes lab component)

CHEM

211

Organic Chemistry For Science Majors I (includes lab component)

CHEM

212

Organic Chemistry For Science Majors II (includes lab component)

CHEM

221

Biochemistry For Science Majors (includes lab component)

EARTH

003

Earth Science Lecture And Laboratory (includes lab component)

ELECTRN

004A

Fundamentals Of Electronics I

ELECTRN

004B

Fundamentals Of Electronics I

ENV SCI

001

Introduction to Environmental Science

ENV SCI

007

Introduction To Environmental Geology

GEOG

001

Physical Geography

GEOG

003

Introduction To Weather And Climate

GEOG

015

Physical Geography Laboratory (includes lab component)

GEOG

017

Physical Geography And Laboratory (includes lab component)

GEOG

019

Introductory Meteorology Laboratory (includes lab component)

GEOG

023

Severe And Hazardous Weather

GEOLOGY

001

Physical Geology

GEOLOGY

002

Earth History

GEOLOGY

006

Physical Geology Laboratory (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

007

Earth History Laboratory (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

010

Introduction To Environmental Geology

GEOLOGY

012

Introduction To The Geology Of California

GEOLOGY

015

Geological Catastrophes

GEOLOGY

022A

Geology Field Study - Mojave (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

022B

Geology Field Study - Basin And Range (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

022C

Geology Field Study - Yosemite (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

022D

Geology Field Study-Death Valley (includes lab component)

GEOLOGY

022E

Geology Field Study - Joshua Tree

GEOLOGY

022F

Geology Field Study - San Andreas Fault

METEOR

003

Introduction To Weather And Climate

METEOR

004

Introductory Meteorology Laboratory (includes lab component)

METEOR

005

Severe And Hazardous Weather

OCEANO

001

Introduction To Oceanography

OCEANO

010

Physical Oceanography Laboratory (includes lab component)

PHYS SC

004

Physical Science And Laboratory (includes lab component)

PHYS SC

006

Introduction To The Solar System

PHYS SC

007

Introduction to the Solar System Lab (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

006

General Physics I (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

007

General Physics II (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

012

Physics Fundamentals

PHYSICS

015

Physics of Music

PHYSICS

066

Physics with Calculus for Life Science Majors I (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

067

Physics With Calculus For Life Science Majors II (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

101

Physics For Engineers And Scientists I (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

102

Physics For Engineers And Scientists II (includes lab component)

PHYSICS

103

Physics For Engineers And Scientists III (includes lab component)

PLNT SC

103

Introduction To Soil Science (includes lab component)

PLNT SC

711

Introduction To Plant Science (includes lab component)

PLNT SC

901

Natural Resources Conservation


Courses in Life/Biological Sciences

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANATOMY

001

Introduction To Human Anatomy (includes lab component)

ANML SC

511

Anatomy And Physiology Of Animals

ANML SC

512

Anatomy And Physiology Of Animals Laboratory (includes lab component)

ANTHRO

101

Human Biological Evolution

ANTHRO

111

Laboratory In Human Biological Evolution (includes lab component)

ANTHRO

118

Fundamentals Of Forensic Anthropology

ANTHRO

119

Introduction To Forensic Anthropology (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

003

Introduction To Biology (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

006

General Biology I (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

007

General Biology II (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

010

Natural History I (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

011A

Natural History IIA

BIOLOGY

011B

Natural History IIB (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

011C

Natural History IIC

BIOLOGY

012A

Natural History And Field Biology (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

012B

Natural History And Field Biology

BIOLOGY

012C

Natural History And Field Biology (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

110

General Biology - Genetic Analysis And Biotechnology (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

121

Lectures In Marine Biology

BIOLOGY

122

Marine Biology Laboratory (includes lab component)

BIOLOGY

123

Introduction To Marine Biology (includes lab component)

ENV SCI

002

The Human Environment: Biological Processes

ENV SCI

019

The Human Environment Biological Processes Lab (includes lab component)

MICRO

001

Introductory Microbiology (includes lab component)

MICRO

020

General Microbiology (includes lab component)

PHYSIOL

001

Introduction To Human Physiology (includes lab component)

PSYCH

002

Biological Psychology

PSYCH

073

Lab In Physiological Psychology (includes lab component)




HUMAN CULTURES

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Human Cultures

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

A S L

001

American Sign Language I

A S L

002

American Sign Language II

A S L

003

American Sign Language III

A S L

004

American Sign Language IV

ANTHRO

105

Prehistoric Peoples

ANTHRO

121

Anthropology Of Religion, Magic And Witchcraft

ANTHRO

161

Introduction To Language And Linguistics

ART

092

Introduction To Museum Studies

ART

101

Survey Of Art History I

ART

102

Survey Of Art History II

ART

103

Art Appreciation I

ART

105

History Of Asian Art

ART

107

Mexican Art-Modern

ART

109

The Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And Ancient America

ART

111

History Of Contemporary Art

ART

119

Theories Of Art

ART

137

Architectural History I: Prehistory To The Middle Ages

ART

138

Architectural History II: Late Middle Ages To Modern

ART

139

Architectural History III: Modern Architecture

ART

201

Drawing I

ART

202

Drawing II

ART

203

Drawing III

ART

204

Life Drawing I

ART

205

Life Drawing II

ART

206

Life Drawing III

ART

207

Life Drawing IV

ART

209

Perspective Drawing I

ART

301

Watercolor Painting I

ART

302

Watercolor Painting II

ART

307

Oil Painting I

ART

308

Oil Painting II

ART

309

Oil Painting III

ART

501

Beginning Two-Dimensional Design

ART

502

Beginning Three-Dimensional Design

ART

503

Intermediate Design

ART

604

Graphic Design I

ART

605

Graphic Design II

ART

606

Graphic Design III

ART

700

Introduction To Sculpture

ART

708

Introduction To Ceramics

ART

709

Ceramics I

CHICANO

007

The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States I

CHICANO

008

The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States II

CHICANO

037

Chicano Literature

CHICANO

047

The Mexican-American Woman In Society

CHICANO

054

Mexican-American Arts In American Culture

CHICANO

057

Chicanas And Chicanos In Film

CINEMA

003

History Of Motion Pictures

CINEMA

104

History Of Documentary Film

CINEMA

107

Understanding Motion Pictures

CINEMA

113

History Of Animation

COMM

122

Intercultural Communication

COMM

130

Introduction To Oral Interpretation Of Literature

DANCEST

801

Modern Dance I

DANCEST

802

Modern Dance II

DANCEST

803

Modern Dance III

DANCEST

805

History And Appreciation Of Dance

DANCEST

806

Ballet I

DANCEST

807

Ballet II

DANCEST

814

Dance Production I

ENGLISH

102

College Reading And Composition II

ENGLISH

103

Composition And Critical Thinking

ENGLISH

124

Short Story Writing I

ENGLISH

127

Creative Writing

ENGLISH

203

World Literature I

ENGLISH

204

World Literature II

ENGLISH

205

English Literature I

ENGLISH

206

English Literature II

ENGLISH

207

American Literature I

ENGLISH

208

American Literature II

ENGLISH

210

The Twentieth Century Novel

ENGLISH

211

Fiction

ENGLISH

214

Contemporary Literature

ENGLISH

215

Shakespeare I

ENGLISH

216

Shakespeare II

ITALIAN

002

Elementary Italian II




CRITICAL THINKING

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Critical Thinking

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ACCTG

001

Introductory Accounting I

ADM JUS

305

Criminal Intelligence And Data Analysis

COMM

101

Public Speaking

COMM

104

Argumentation And Debate

COMM

121

Interpersonal Communication

COMM

122

Intercultural Communication

COMM

151

Small Group Communication

COMM

190

Communication And New Media

ENGLISH

102

College Reading And Composition II

ENGLISH

103

Composition And Critical Thinking

JOURNAL

109

Critical Thinking and Media Literacy

LIB SCI

102

Internet Research Methods

MATH

125

Intermediate Algebra

MATH

134

Accelerated Elementary And Intermediate Algebra

MATH

215

Principles Of Mathematics I

MATH

227

Statistics

MATH

228B

Statistics Pathway Part II

MATH

238

Calculus For Business And Social Science I

MATH

240

Trigonometry

MATH

260

Precalculus

MATH

261

Calculus I

MATH

262

Calculus II

MATH

263

Calculus III

PHILOS

005

Critical Thinking And Composition

PHILOS

006

Logic In Practice

PHILOS

009

Symbolic Logic I

POL SCI

005

The History Of Western Political Thought

PSYCH

066

Introduction To Critical Thinking

PSYCH

074

Research Methods In The Behavioral Sciences

SOC

004

Sociological Analysis

STAT

101

Statistics For The Social Sciences




CREATIVE EXPRESSION

The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Creative Expression

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ENGLISH

101

College Reading And Composition I




TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANATOMY

001

Introduction To Human Anatomy

ANTHRO

111

Laboratory In Human Biological Evolution

ANTHRO

119

Introduction To Forensic Anthropology

ASTRON

002

Elementary Astronomy Laboratory

BIOLOGY

003

Introduction To Biology

BIOLOGY

006

General Biology I

BIOLOGY

007

General Biology II

BIOLOGY

010

Natural History I

BIOLOGY

011B

Natural History IIB

BIOLOGY

012A

Natural History And Field Biology

BIOLOGY

012C

Natural History And Field Biology

BIOLOGY

110

General Biology - Genetic Analysis And Biotechnology

BIOLOGY

122

Marine Biology Laboratory

BIOLOGY

123

Introduction To Marine Biology

BIOLOGY

011A

NATURAL HISTORY IIA

BIOLOGY

011C

NATURAL HISTORY IIC

BIOLOGY

012C

NATURAL HISTORY AND FIELD BIOLOGY

CHEM

051

Fundamentals Of Chemistry I

CHEM

060

Introduction To General Chemistry

CHEM

101

General Chemistry I

CHEM

102

General Chemistry II

CHEM

211

Organic Chemistry For Science Majors I

CHEM

212

Organic Chemistry For Science Majors II

CHEM

221

Biochemistry For Science Majors

EARTH

003

Earth Science Lecture And Laboratory

GEOG

015

Physical Geography Laboratory

GEOG

017

Physical Geography And Laboratory

GEOG

019

Introductory Meteorology Laboratory

GEOLOGY

006

Physical Geology Laboratory

GEOLOGY

007

Earth History Laboratory

GEOLOGY

022A

Geology Field Study - Mojave

GEOLOGY

022B

Geology Field Study - Basin And Range

GEOLOGY

022C

Geology Field Study - Yosemite

GEOLOGY

022D

Geology Field Study-Death Valley

METEOR

004

Introductory Meteorology Laboratory

MICRO

001

Introductory Microbiology

MICRO

020

General Microbiology

OCEANO

010

Physical Oceanography Laboratory

PHYS SC

004

Physical Science And Laboratory

PHYS SC

007

Introduction to the Solar System Lab

PHYSICS

006

General Physics I

PHYSICS

007

General Physics II

PHYSICS

066

Physics with Calculus for Life Science Majors I

PHYSICS

067

Physics With Calculus For Life Science Majors II

PHYSICS

101

Physics For Engineers And Scientists I

PHYSICS

102

Physics For Engineers And Scientists II

PHYSICS

103

Physics For Engineers And Scientists III

PHYSIOL

001

Introduction To Human Physiology

PLNT SC

103

Introduction To Soil Science

PSYCH

073

Lab In Physiological Psychology




HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Courses in Human Society and the Individual

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

A S L

040

Introduction To Deaf Culture

ADDICST

015

Sociological Aspects Of Addiction

ADM JUS

001

Introduction To Administration Of Justice

ADM JUS

002

Concepts Of Criminal Law

ADM JUS

004

Principles And Procedures Of The Justice System

ADM JUS

067

Community Relations I

ADM JUS

075

Introduction To Corrections

ADM JUS

309

Correctional Interviewing and Counseling

ADM JUS

319

Research Methods & Statistics In Criminal Justice

ANTHRO

102

Human Ways Of Life: Cultural Anthropology

ANTHRO

105

Prehistoric Peoples

ANTHRO

106

Introduction To Archaeology

ANTHRO

109

Gender, Sex And Culture

ANTHRO

118

Fundamentals Of Forensic Anthropology

ANTHRO

119

Introduction To Forensic Anthropology

ANTHRO

132

Native People Of North America

ANTHRO

141

Culture, Illness And Healing

ANTHRO

161

Introduction To Language And Linguistics

ANTHRO

162

Introduction To Sociolinguistics

ANTHRO

163

Introduction ot Psycholinguistics

BRDCSTG

001

Fundamentals Of Television And Radio Broadcasting

BUS

001

Introduction To Business

CH DEV

001

Child Growth And Development

CH DEV

011

Child, Family And Community

CHICANO

002

The Mexican-American In Contemporary Society

CHICANO

007

The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States I

CHICANO

008

The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States II

CHICANO

020

The Mexican-American In California

CHICANO

047

The Mexican-American Woman In Society

CHICANO

080

Chicano Politics

COMM

100

Introduction To Communication Studies

COMM

121

Interpersonal Communication

COMM

122

Intercultural Communication

COMM

190

Communication And New Media

ECON

001

Principles Of Economics I

ECON

002

Principles of Economics II

ECON

010

Economic History Of The United States

ECON

016

Economics Of Sports

EDUC

203

Education In American Society

GEOG

002

Cultural Elements Of Geography

GEOG

007

World Regional Geography

GEOG

014

Geography Of California

HISTORY

005

History Of The Americas I

HISTORY

006

History Of The Americas II

HISTORY

011

Political and Social History of the United States to 1877

HISTORY

012

Political and Social History of the United States from 1865

HISTORY

013

The United States In The Twentieth Century

HISTORY

014

Selected Issues of United Status History

HISTORY

019

History Of Mexico

HISTORY

029

Asian Civilization: The Middle East

HISTORY

041

The African American In The History Of The U.S. I

HISTORY

042

The African American In The History Of The U.S. II

HISTORY

043

The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States I

HISTORY

044

The Mexican American In The History Of The United States II

HISTORY

052

The Role Of Women In The History Of The U.S.

HISTORY

056

American Environmental History

HISTORY

086

Introduction To World Civilization I

HISTORY

087

Introduction To World Civilization II

JAPAN

009

Japanese Civilization

JOURNAL

100

Social Values In Mass Communication

JOURNAL

251

Visual Communication In Mass Media

MEDIART

117

Introduction to Social Media

POL SCI

001

The Government Of The United States

POL SCI

002

Modern World Governments

POL SCI

005

The History Of Western Political Thought

POL SCI

007

Contemporary World Affairs

POL SCI

014

Government And Politics In The Middle East

POL SCI

019

Women In Politics

POL SCI

030

The Political Process

POL SCI

050

Introduction To Research In Political Science

PSYCH

001

General Psychology I

PSYCH

003

Personality and Social Development

PSYCH

006

Human Behavior

PSYCH

013

Social Psychology

PSYCH

014

Abnormal Psychology

PSYCH

016

Intimacy, Marriage And Family Relationships

PSYCH

032

Psychology Of Women

PSYCH

040

Psychology of Parent Child Relations

PSYCH

041

Life-Span Psychology: From Infancy To Old Age

PSYCH

052

Psychological Aspects Of Human Sexuality

PSYCH

060

Stress Management

PSYCH

066

Introduction To Critical Thinking

PSYCH

069

Psychology In Film

PSYCH

074

Research Methods In The Behavioral Sciences

SOC

001

Introduction To Sociology

SOC

002

American Social Problems

SOC

003

Crime And Delinquency

SOC

004

Sociological Analysis

SOC

008

Sociology of Aging

SOC

011

Race And Ethnic Relations

SOC

013

Society And Personality

SOC

015

Religion And American Society

SOC

021

Human Sexuality

SOC

028

The Family: A Sociological Approach

SOC

029

The U.S. And Terrorism

SOC

031

Sociology Of Gender

SOC

035

The Labor Movement

SOC

037

Introduction To Political Sociology

SOC

086

Popular Culture

SOC

087

Sociology Of Deviant Behavior

SPANISH

009

Civilization Of Spain

SPANISH

010

Latin-American Civilization

SPANISH

016

Mexican Civilization

SPANISH

026

Understanding Latin America Through Film





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