Transferable GE  Course Descriptions


The BS Program is a new program that Virscend University plans to start in the fall of 2021. This program is designed for students with an Associate Degree that are looking to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Please read the information below and contact The Admissions Department for further information at (909) 502-6252 or email admission@virscend.com.

Students must have earned GE credits in each of the categories achieving a minimum of 60 total credits before being admitted to the BS Program at Virscend University. The GE course does not count toward meeting the major requirements. Must have a “C” or better to earn credit for a GE. 

CATEGORY SUB-CATEGORY GE COURSE Units 
A: ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION

(15 UNITS REQUIRED)

A1: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

(6 UNITS REQUIRED)

A1.1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 3
A1.2 ANALYTICAL COLLEGE WRITING 3
A1.3 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2 3
A2: ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

(6 UNITS REQUIRED)

A2.4 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS 3
A2.5 PUBLIC SPEAKING 3
A2.6. COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3
A3: CRITICAL THINKING

(3 UNITS REQUIRED)

A3.7 CRITICAL THINKING IN THE DIGITAL AGE 3
B: SCIENCE, INFORMATION LITERACY, QUANTITATIVE REASONING

(21 UNITS REQUIRED)

B1: SCIENCE

(6 UNITS REQUIRED)

B1.1 INTRODUCTORY NUTRITION 3
B1.2 THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT 3
B2: INFORMATION LITERACY

(6 UNITS REQUIRED)

B2.3 COMPUTER LITERACY 3
B2.4 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 3
B3: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

(9 UNITS REQUIRED)

B3.5 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3
B3.6 CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS 3
B3.7 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STATISTICS 3
C: ARTS AND HUMANITIES

(12 UNITS REQUIRED)

C1.1 FOUNDATION ART HISTORY 3
C1.2 WORLD LITERATURE 3
C1.3 DIGITAL ARTS 3
C1.4. BUSINESS ETHICS 3
C1.5. MUSIC AND FILM 3
D: SOCIAL SCIENCE

(12 UNITS REQUIRED)

D1.1 CIVIL RIGHTS AND LAW 3
D1.2 MODERNIZATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 3
D1.3 BUSINESS ETIQUETTE 3
D1.4 CULTURE AND COMMUNICATIONS 3
D1.5 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 3
D1.6 CYBERSPACE CITIZENSHIP 3
D1.7 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3

60 Total Units Required to enroll

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