Who needs to follow the A-G Requirements and Why? A-G Requirements are intended for students who plan to apply to a University of California or even the California State University system, right out of high school. Some other 4-year institutions may require these courses as well, but to research the student's college of choice is recommended to be sure. Any student may take an A-G course, and when possible, and is encouraged.
UC Scout - Provides online, a-g approved courses to middle and high school students. California public school teachers and students can access Basic at no charge Not affiliated with Gorman Learning Center, but with the UC system.
A-G Course Requirements as established by the UC system: ➢History/Social Science (“a”) – Two years, and one-half year of American government or civics. ➢English (“b”) – Four years of college preparatory English ➢Mathematics (“c”) – Three years of college-preparatory mathematics ➢Laboratory Science (“d”) – Two years of laboratory science ➢Language other than English (“e”) – Two years ➢Visual and Performing Arts (“f”) – One year ➢College-Preparatory Elective (“g”) – One year chosen from the “a-f” courses beyond those used to satisfy the requirements.
UC A-G Course List - Gorman Learning Center Gorman Learning Centers offers many A-G approved courses. These can be taken online, at a Resource Center, or at home. Please contact your IST or Guidance Counselor to answer questions regarding these courses.
Gorman Learning Center's A-G Guide A-G Courses during high school are required for Freshman Admission to a school that it is part of the University of California system. Admission Requirements: *15 A-G Courses by graduation *11 A-G Courses by end of grade 11 *Passing/acceptable grade: C or better *ACT Plus Writing or SAT with Essay (Taken no later than December of your senior year) Requirement *Minimum GPA required for admission: 3.0 for CA residents