All classes required for each program (major classes and general education) are contained within each pathway. Because classes are scheduled over a year in advance, there is the possibility of slight variations in classes offered. If you become a participant in the program, we will alert you to any modifications as soon as we know about them.

Consider the following schedules a "map" of the entire program. You will meet with a counselor to develop your own personalized education plan depending on what courses you have already completed. Find the pathway that interests you:

*AS Degrees are Non-Transferable and may require additional courses for transfer
*AA, AA-T, & AS-T Degrees are Transferable

Program Associate Degrees Certificates
Administration of Justice AS-T.1003 Administration of Justice (PDF)  
Business AS.1497 Business – General Business (PDF)
AS.1085 Business – Management (PDF)
AS.1521 Business – Marketing & Finance (PDF)
AS.1081 Business Administration-Accounting (PDF)
AS-T.2008 Business Administration 2.0 (PDF)
AS.1498 Office and Computer Technologies (PDF)
CT.3060 Accounting Clerk/ Bookkeeper (PDF)
Communication Studies AA-T. 1001 Communications Studies (PDF)  
Early Childhood Education AS-T.1002 Early Childhood Education (PDF) CT.3451 Early Childhood Education (PDF)
Geography   CT.3449 Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Health Information Technology (HIT) AS.1600 Health Information Technology (HIT) (PDF)  
Human Services   CL.3417 Level 1 Case Management (PDF)
CT.3417 Level 2 Case Management (PDF)
Psychology AA-T.1006 Psychology (PDF)  
Social Sciences AA.1501 University Studies – Social Sciences (PDF)  
Sociology AA-T Sociology (PDF)  

The ACE program offers a full range of GE classes required to fulfill the California State University General Education (CSU GE) and Shasta College’s Associate Degree GE patterns. These classes may also work for the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC). Please visit the following webpage for more details: ACE General Education.

Student Testimonial

“The most important hard skill that I have learned through this class [STU 1] is to be a better planner, because I never thought that planning out study and homework time daily would be so beneficial. By planning out my weekly and monthly calendars I am staying on top of my assignments. I also feel that I am learning the material and my anxiety level has decreased.” – Amalia, AA-T Psychology