<p>talk to a counselor to make sure, but it seems like the speaking class is one of the requirements you just have to have or its auto-deny time.
Within the transferable courses, there must be 30 units of general education work. Typically you complete at least 10 general education courses. In the case of high-unit majors, you may have less than 30 semester or 45 quarter units, but the campuses will be looking at your general education grades. If you are applying to a high-unit major, be sure to check with the CSU campus for their requirements in this area.</p>
<p>Finally, general education courses in the written communication, oral communication, critical thinking and mathematics sections of general education must be completed with a grade of C or better for each course. These four classes are part of the 30 semester units of general education.</p>
<p>CSUMentor</a> - Plan for College - Transfer Students - Upper-Division Grade Requirements
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**Be aware that a grade of C or higher is required in each of the following GE "Golden Four" courses:<a href="note:%20bold%20is%20in%20the%20original">/b</a></p>
<pre><code>Oral Communication: Basic public speaking course. Other communication courses that are certified by a California community college will be accepted.
Written Communication: Typically a freshman composition course that emphasizes essay writing or reading and writing concurrently.
Critical Thinking: Typically your second semester composition or writing course, or a course in reasoning and effective argumentative writing.
Mathematics: This course must be beyond intermediate algebra.