assist.org clarification please

<p>I just want to ensure that I correctly follow the assist.org requirements. </p>

<p>ASSIST</a> Report: MESA 09-10 UCSD Articulation Agreement by Major</p>

<p>My cc counselor said that I must complete every class listed on the above link. That conflicts with what I thought by reading it. For example, it says, "One introduction to computer programming course" and yet the counselor said to complete Fluency of Information Technology, Java, and C/C++ Programming. Please help me with this discepancy.</p>

<p>If I follow her advice, I will have completed over 80 units. but I know only 60 are required to transfer as a junior.</p>

<p>ahhhh assist.org.... memories</p>

<p>just do whatever it says :)</p>

<p>LOL, am I even reading it correctly though? I tend to doubt myself occassionallly. I was so certain and pointed it out to the counselor, and she still said must complet everything. Money grubbers.</p>

<p>When it says three, then just pick three...if it says xxx & xxx then you need to take both.</p>

<p>When in doubt, look at the department website and see the requirements.
UCSD</a> Psychology | Undergraduate Program | Degree Programs | B.A. Program</p>

<p>It says


3. Computer Programming
One quarter of computer programming:</p>

<p>CSE 3, 5A, 8A, 8B, 11, 12, MAE 5, 9, 10, or CogSci 18 (CogSci 3 will not count)

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<p>So you only need the equivalent to one of the above. So take one of CISC 182 or CISC 190 or CISC 192. Your counselor is wrong.</p>

<p>Wow, why are cc counselors often so incorrect with their information?</p>

<p>Some times you gotta dig up the info on your own. Don't just take the counselors word.</p>