- Departmental Major Programs
- At least 15 units of specified courses must be required in common of all students electing the program; at least 6 of these 15 units must be upper division courses, and may include unit credit for a comprehensive examination (see SR 772.D).
- Under special circumstances, the Executive Committee of the College may allow optional courses in the upper division component of the required 15 units.
- Group Major Programs
- These programs may be set up by conference between two or more departments or members of two or more departments, subject to approval of the Executive Committee.
- On petition of an individual student, the Executive Committee, without the necessity of formal action by any department, may approve a major or group major program for each student, and may designate a member of the faculty to act as adviser for such major or group major.
- Field Major Programs
These programs are established in each of the following fields:
Humanities Social Science Physical Science (eff. Fall 1989) (CC. 10.89) (CC. 3.90)
- Each field major program includes lower division courses necessary or desirable as preparation for the upper division courses.
- Each student in a field major is required to take at least 12 units from a list of specified upper division courses; elective courses are included to bring the total up to 24-30 units of upper division courses (see Regulation 809.A).
- Each field major program will be drawn and administered by an appropriate standing committee of the Faculty of the College.