|WADP Program Completion Worksheet|
|This guide is intended to assist students and counselors working together in developing education plans for WADP students. Previously completed coursework being used to meet WADP requirements need to meet all six areas in order for students to earn all WADP degrees: 1. Associates in Liberal Arts emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences (AA S & B) 2. Associates in Liberal Arts emphasis in Arts and Humanities (AA A & H) 2. Social Justice Studies: Ethnic Studies for Transfer (AA-T: E). It is important for students to know which classes they do not need to take because they have already taken a comparable course at CCSF or elsewhere.|
|Student||Please check||Courses Already Taken: (Counselors, please write in the exact courses that students have already taken that replace this specific class. ) This guide is a tool to help guide scheduling, official verfication of degree completion is conducted by the CCSF Admissions and Records Office. |
Please download this form as an Excel spreadsheet, fill it out, and email it to WADP@CCSF.EDU. OR, print it, fill it out and interoffice mail it to Lillian Marrujo-Duck A208
Liberal Arts Degree
Social & Behavioral Sciences:
|LIberal Arts Degree|
Arts & Humanities
Examples of Departmental Accommodations:
AA-T Social Justice
|CDEV: CDEV students who have already completed the 24 units of required coursework in Early Childhood Development, specifically CDEV 53, 67, and/or 97 might use these courses to replace some of the WADP curriculum. For example: SOC 1 with CDEV 53 or 67. If you do so, you will not earn an AA in Liberal Arts; you would instead earn the AA -T in Social Justice Studies with an emphasis in Ethnic Studies and the AS-T in Early childhood development. CDEV: CDEV students who have already completed the 24 units of required coursework in Early Childhood Development, specifically CDEV 53 or 67, might use these courses to replace some of the WADP curriculum. For example:|
IDST 17 with LERN 50 or ISDT 50
SOC 1 with CDEV 67
Psych 1 with CDEV 53
Library 10 & 58 with any transferable coursework such as CDEV 65 or CDEV 66 or any other CDEV course.
Department accommodations might change the degrees you earn: You might not earn an AA in Liberal Arts; you might instead earn the AA -T in Social Justice Studies with an emphasis in Ethnic Studies and the AS-T in Early childhood development.
Child Development AA-T
Early Childhood Studies
|The BEST time to BEGIN this process is the 1st Semester in the Program|
|Steps for Determining Course Equivalency|
|1. Determining course equivalency: A. for courses from another California community college, use ASSIST.org. B. for courses from any school other than a California community college, two steps are taken: i. use form "Domestic Transcript Evaluation for CCSF AA or AS Degree accompanied by an official sealed transcript from each college; ii. Use the Course Equivalency/Comparability form to gain approval from the Department Chair for each course.|
|HINTS for Success: |
1. Order official sealed transcripts from each college you have attended. Have them mailed to your personal address. Do NOT open them.
2. Bring official sealed transcripts to your counseling appointment. The counselor will verify and open them. NOTE: include ALL transcripts - you can only do this course equivalency process one time.
There are two more steps: Once you are in your last semester of the program, you will need to apply for the degrees:
|2. Apply for an AA or AS Degree: Use the form "Petition for 'Associate Degree', deliver completed forms to Admissions and Records|
|3. Apply for an AD-T: Use the form, "Petition for 'Associate Degree for Transfer', deliver completed forms to Admissions and Records.|
|Please pay attention to all deadlilnes.|
|Units||CCSF||CSU||IGETC||AA S & B||AA A & H||AA-T: E||Courses Already Taken that meet the same requirements: fill in here|
|CMST 1A, 4, or 20 (interchangeable)||3.00||A||A1||1C||A||Sociology: |
Students can use WADP to earn a Sociology AA-T by taking all of the other WADP courses but changing these classes:
1. Instead of Psychology 1 online, take Sociology 3 online
2. Instead of Library 10, Library 58, & Health 91M, take Sociology 21.
Sociology 3 and Sociology 21 are not part of the WADP and not regularly offered in the evenings. Students need to coordinate taking these two classes at the times that the department offers them.
|LGBT 5* Online||3.00||D, H3||4D||S||E|
|IDST 37||3.00||D, H1||C2, D3,||3B, 4G||B,S||H||E|
|Poli Sci 1* Online||3.00||D, F||Group 1, D8||4H||S|
|Art (101*, 104*, or 118*) Online FastTrack||3.00||E, H1||C1||3A||A|
|English 1A* (pr** Eng. 88; 88B)||4.00||B||A2||1A|
|History 9||3.00||D, F, H1||Group 2, C2, D3, D6,||3B,4C, 4F||S||H||E|
|Psych 1* Online||3.00||D||D9||4I||B|
|Soc 1* Online FastTrack||3.00||D||D0||4J||B||Psychology: |
Students can earn a Psychology AA-T by taking all of the WADP courses but changing these classes:
1. Instead of Sociology 1 online, take PSYC 1B
2. Instead of Library 10, Library 58, & Health 91M, take PSYC2.
PSYC 1B and PSCY 2 are not part of the WADP and not regularly offered in the evenings. Students need to coordinate taking these two classes at the times that the department offers them.
|LALS1* Online||3.00||D, E, F, H1||Group 2, C2, D3, D6,||3B, 4C||S||H||E|
|Phyc 10 + Lab||4.00||C||B1 + L||5A + 5C|
|English 1B* (pr ENG 1A) online||3.00||A3, C2,||1B, 3B||H|
|ASAM 40* Online FastTrack||3.00||D, H1||C2, D3,||4C||B||E|
|Music 23 / AFAM 55||3.00||D, E, H1 /E, H1||C1/ C1||3A / 3A||/ S||A / A|
|Math 80 (pr** Math 45) - move to semester 3||4.00||2||B4||2|
|IDST 17||3.00||D, G1||D7, E||4G||B|
|WOMN 25* FastTrack||3.00||D, H2||D4,||4D||B,S||E|
|Library 10* Online||1.00|
|Library 58* no UC transfer||1.00|
Time to Completion
|Students who take 15 units each semester plus summer school complete all three degrees in 21 months|
|Students who take 12 units a semester plus summer school complete the degree in 3 years|
|Students who take 9 units each semester plus summer school complete the program in 4 years|
Time to completion is extended for those students who need to take preparation courses in math and English.