"Each course must be worth at least 3 semester units."

<p>The UC transfer website says that "each course must be worth at least 3 semester units.": University</a> of California - California community college transfers</p>

<p>So a UC TRANSFERABLE course worth **1 UNIT<a href="e.g.%20a%20lab%20course%20worth%20only%201%20unit">/b</a> won't count towards the 60 transferable unit count?</p>

<p>wait, is this true? </p>

<p>im taking a lab and i need it to count towards my 60 or ill only have 55.5 when i transfer. ***. let me know!</p>

<p>dont know why *** - didnt swear.</p>

<p>All lab for UC-requirements are 1 units.............But I believe they add to your 3-unit class so it becomes 4-units.</p>

<p>yea my lab is part of a 3 unit class so it's four units. if it doesn't count i need to know.</p>

<p>I'm in the same boat as you SFKid. I'm taking Physical Anthro and the lab, and the lab is only 1 unit.</p>

<p>Anyone transfered to a UC with a 1 unit course? If so, was that course counted towards the 60 units?</p>

<p>Yes, I have taken multiple courses that is UC-transferable and even 1-unit.
I also hope you guys also realize that 1 lab is required for IGETC GE...and all of them are worth 1 units</p>

<p>I could be completely wrong on this, but it appears that the 3 unit minimum requirement is with regards to satisfying the particular subject areas. Meaning that a 2 unit course wouldn't satisfy the quota of at least 4 courses. Nowhere does it explicitly say that a 2 or 1 unit class would not count towards the 60 unit threshold.</p>