Political Science at College of San Mateo - New PLSC 200, 210 Transfer Information
Political Science
New PLSC 200, 210 Transfer Information

The transfer value of Political Science 210 and Political Science 200 will change effective Fall 2016. Please schedule an appointment with a CSM Counselor if you need further clarification of how Political Science 210 or Political Science 200 at CSM affects your transfer plans.
Transfer value of Political Science 210 completed at CSMTransfer value of Political Science 200 completed at CSM
Beginning Fall 2016:  PLSC 210 is a 3 unit course and
  • meets Associate degree general education requirement Area E1 Option 1,
  • meets CSU General Education Area D,
  • meets CSU graduation requirement US-1 US History and  US-2 US Constitution and Government (no longer meets US-3), and is
  • UC transferable and meets IGETC Area 4.
Beginning Fall 2016:  PLSC 200 is a 3 unit course and
  • meets Associate degree general education requirement Area E1 Option 1,
  • meets CSU General Education Area D,
  • meets CSU graduation requirement US-2 US Constitution and Government and US-3 California State and Local Government, and is
  • UC transferable and meets IGETC Area 4.
Fall 2010 - Summer 2016:  PLSC 210 is a 3 unit course and
  • meets Associate degree general education requirement Area E1 Option 1,
  • meets CSU General Education Area D,
  • meets CSU graduation requirement US-2 US Constitution and Government and US-3 California State and Local Government, and is
  • UC transferable and meets IGETC Area 4.
Prior to Fall 2016:  PLSC 200 is a 5 unit course and
  • meets Associate degree general education requirement Area E1 Option 1,
  • meets CSU General Education Area D,
  • meets CSU graduation requirement US-2 US Constitution and Government and US-3 California State and Local Government, and is
  • UC transferable and meets IGETC Area 4.
Prior to Fall 2010:  PLSC 210 is a 3 unit course and
  • partially meets Associate degree general education requirement Area E1 Option 1,
  • meets CSU General Education Area D,
  • meets CSU graduation requirement US-2 US Constitution and Government, and is
  • UC transferable and meets IGETC Area 4.