## What are the golden 4 classes that are required to transfer to a CSU?

The following semester campuses require the “Golden Four” courses (Oral Communication, Written Communication, Critical Thinking, Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning) be completed the semester before the start of the upcoming term.

## Is it hard to transfer from CSU to CSU?

Yes it is. Most community colleges have a Transfer arrangement with one or more UC campuses. As long as the community college student achieves a certain GPA and takes the necessary courses, they are virtually guaranteed admission into a UC for the junior year.

**What GPA do you need to get into FSU as a transfer?**

3.0

### Can you transfer between Cal States?

Most commonly, college-level credits earned from an institution of higher education accredited by a regional accrediting agency are accepted for transfer to campuses of the CSU; however, authority for decisions regarding the transfer of undergraduate credits is delegated to each CSU campus.

### What is the minimum unit requirement for CSU transfer?

To be admitted to the California State University as an upper-division transfer (UDT) student, you must: have completed a minimum of 60 semester or 90 quarter units of transferable coursework; have an overall college GPA of at least 2.00; your GPA is calculated using all your transfer units attempted.

**Can I transfer from CSU to CC?**

Your CSU credits will transfer to the CC but what is more important is how many of the CSU credits/courses are UC transferable. It is best to sit down with a CC transfer advisor and map out your course plan. Going from a CSU to CC to UC is common so the advisor should have some experience in this area.

## Do you need 60 units to transfer to a CSU?

If you’re a nonresident or private school transfer student, it’s recommended that you complete at least 60 semester units or 90 quarter units before applying to transfer. Generally, CSU campuses urge transfer students to complete all lower-division general education and pre-major courses prior to transferring.

## What math do you need to transfer to a CSU?

Admissions requirements for CSU will still include three years of Common Core math, which include two years of Algebra. The change has to do with whether admitted students must repeat their intermediate algebra as a remedial course.

**Does CSU require 4 years of math?**

You can find your school’s course list at the University of California’s Course List Search. Extra points are also awarded for college courses used to meet CSU “a-g” requirements….Admission Requirements.

Area | Subject | Years |
---|---|---|

c. | Math (4 years recommended) including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, or higher mathematics (take one each year) | 3 |

### What is the difference between Igetc and CSU GE?

IGETC satisfies the lower division GE for either a UC or CSU, whereas the CSU GE Breadth pattern only satisfies lower division GE at CSU. The CSU GE has additional requirements that transfer specialists can describe. Courses on the IGETC list are approved for a specific academic year only.

### Is Algebra 2 a prerequisite for statistics?

A strong background in Algebra-2 (usually defined as B or better) is a prerequisite for AP Statistics and Pre Calculus.

**Is Statistics harder than algebra 2?**

a fundamental course in statistics, then, generally, statistics is more difficult. Algebra concepts are much easier to grasp, Stats concepts are harder to grasp but the work itself at an INTRO level stat class will be easier as most of it is just memorizing a bunch of formulas and plugging them in.

## Is Statistics harder than pre calculus?

Statistics (the AP course) in my opinion is a slightly less challenging class than pre-calc. I am enrolled in both of these classes right now at the high school level. But as a single-year math course, pre-calculus is bit more challenging.

## What comes first calculus or statistics?

Calculus, the way it’s traditionally taught, doesn’t depend on any knowledge of probability or statistics, so it’s perfectly fine to take the entire calculus track first. Probability and Statistics are interesting though.

**Which is better maths or statistics?**

B.Sc Mathematics deals with research-based theoretical topics like Abstract Algebra, Complex Analysis, Group Theory, Complex Analysis etc. B.Sc Statistics on the hand deals with applied and real-life related topics such as Linear Algebra, Calculus, Real Analysis, Linear Algebra, etc. B.Sc.

### Is mechanics harder than statistics?

From my personal experience I would say Statistics 1 is significantly easier than Mechanics 1 even if you’ve studied physics because first of all M1 is not fully covered in physics, a lot of stuff is not even taught in physics you will be surprised.

### Is Statistics harder than engineering?

Engineering is usually considered the more difficult curriculum as it incorporates both math and statistics. Additionally, electronic engineering may require considerable logic in laying out circuits to solve particular problems.

**Do I need statistics for engineering?**

No matter what type of engineering you plan on studying, it’s a good bet that exceptional math skills will be required. Plan on taking AP Calculus and AP Statistics while in high school. Partaking in any computer science program offered by your high school is a must for all would-be engineers.

## Is statics a hard course?

Statics is a basic subject usually taught in 1st semester or second. Initially students find it too much difficult as they dont have much more engineering knowledge, then if we see, statics is the base of mechanics of materials , if you don’t know the laws of statics then you can’t understandsechanics of materials.

## What is the hardest subject in engineering?

Hardest Engineering Majors

- Electrical Engineers are primarily focused on the physics and mathematics of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.
- Students consider electrical engineering to be the toughest major mostly because of the abstract thinking involved.