|High School Graduation Requirement||Green River College Equivalency|
|English||ENGL &101 must be the first English course.
Second English: any 5 credit ENGL class above 101.
|Math||MATH& or MATH 106 or above; ACCT& 201, 202, 203; CS& 131, 141; CS 132, 145; Phil& 120|
|Occupational Ed./CTE*||Any professional tech/vocational/business course above 100 level or these courses: ACCT 110 or 111, BTAC 112, BUS 121|
|Washington State History||Hist& 214|
|U.S. History||Hist 135 or HIST& 137 (*HIST& 136 does NOT qualify for US History credit)|
|Social Studies Elective||ANTH& or ANTH 100 or above; ECON& 201, 202; GEOG& 100, 200; GEOG 120, 123, 190, 201, 205, 210; HIST& or HIST 126 or above; PHIL& 101; POLS& or POLS 101 or above; PSYC& 100; SOC& or SOC 100 or above|
|Contemporary World||HIST& 128; POLS& 203, POLS 209, SOC& 201|
|Civics||POLS& 101, 202, 203, 204, POLS 207, 209|
|Fine Art||Any ART& or ART, DANCE, DRMA& or DRMA, MUSC& or MUSC, PHOTO 100 or above|
|Health||HL ED 150, 180; NUTR& 101|
|Science**||Any AP, ASTR&, BIOL& or BIOL, CHEM&, ENV S, GEOL& or GEOL, N SCI, OCEA&, PHYS& or PHYS 100 or above; ANTH& 205, 236; ENGR& 204, 214, 215, 224, 225|
|Physical Education||Any PE course 100 or above|
|World Language||ARAB 121 or above; CHIN& 121 or above; FRCH& 121 or above; GERM& 121 or above; JAPN& 121 or above; SPAN& 121 or above (Must be sequential and same language.)|
|Advisory||Not available at GRC; must meet requirement at high school|
- Common Course Numbers (CCN) are designated with the “&” symbol.
- Please consult with your high school counselor if a course is not listed in this guide or you have questions about graduation credit requirements.
- 1 college credit = .2 high school credit | 2 college credits = .4 high school credit |3 college credits = .6 high school credit | 5 college credits = 1.0 high school credit
- Courses meeting high school graduation requirements may not meet University Entrance Requirements. See College Academic Distribution Requirements for minimum entrance requirements.
- A single course may not be used to satisfy a credit requirement for more than one subject.
*Counselors, please verify all CTE credits with CTE Executive Director prior to student enrollment.
**Graduation requirements include two lab sciences and one lab or non-lab science. For students to be prepared for the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS), courses should address Life Sciences (biology), Physical Science (chemistry/physics), Earth and Space Science, and Engineering.