Fulfilled Requirement

Students meeting any of the following criteria fulfill first-year GE requirements
for either written communication and/or math/quantitative reasoning and may enroll
directly in next-level courses as required by their major:

**English**

**Math/Quantitative Reasoning (Non-STEM & STEM Majors)**

Enroll in GE Coursework

Students meeting any of the following criteria demonstrate readiness to enroll directly
in first-year GE written communication and/or math/quantitative reasoning courses:

**English**

**Math/Quantitative Reasoning (Non-STEM Majors)**

- Score 23: ACT Math Test
- Score 20-22: ACT Math Test
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Score "Standard Exceeded": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
- Score "Standard Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Score "Standard Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
*and* complete 4+ years of high school math/quantitative reasoning
- Score 570: SAT Math Test
- Score 550: SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 1 or 2
- Score 520-560: SAT Math Test
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Earn 3.7 weighted high school GPA
- Earn 3.5-3.69 weighted high school GPA
*and *complete 4+ years of high school math/quantitative reasoning
- Earn 3.0 weighted math GPA
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Earn 3.0 weighted math GPA
*and *complete 5+ years of high school math/quantitative reasoning

**Math/Quantitative Reasoning (STEM Majors)**

- Score 23: ACT Math Test
- Score 20-22: ACT Math Test
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Score "Standard Exceeded": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
- Score "Standard Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Score "Standard Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics
*and* complete 4+ years of high school math/quantitative reasoning
- Score 570: SAT Math Test
- Score 520-560: SAT Math Test
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Score 550: SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 1 or 2
- Earn 3.7 weighted high school GPA
- Earn 3.5-3.69 weighted math GPA
*and *earn minimum C- for fourth year of math beyond Algebra 2/Integrated Math III in 12th
Grade
- Earn 3.5-3.69 weighted high school GPA
*and *complete 5+ years of high school math/quantitative reasoning

Enroll in Supported GE Coursework

Students meeting any of the following criteria may enroll directly in first-year GE
written communication and/or math/quantitative reasoning courses upon the condition
of completing supportive instruction:

**English**

**Supportive Instruction @ Cal Maritime**

Enroll in year-long EGL 101 *and *102 "stretch" course

**Math/Quantitative Reasoning (Non-STEM Majors)**

- Score "Standard Nearly Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics (no additional preparation)
- Earn 3.0-3.49 weighted high school GPA (no additional preparation)
- Earn 3.3-3.69 weighted math GPA (no additional preparation)

**Supportive Instruction @ Cal Maritime**

Enroll in MTH 100 College Algebra & Trigonometry *and *MTH 99L lab

**Math/Quantitative Reasoning (STEM Majors)**

- Score "Standard Nearly Met": CAASPP Smarter Balanced Mathematics (no additional preparation)
- Earn 3.3-3.69 weighted math GPA (no additional preparation)

**Supportive Instruction @ Cal Maritime**

Enroll in MTH 100 College Algebra & Trigonometry *and *MTH 99L lab

Enroll in Supported GE Coursework & Early Start Program

California residents admitted as first-year CSU students but not demonstrating readiness
via approved multiple measures may still enroll in GE written communication and/or
math/quantitative reasoning courses upon the condition of completing supportive instruction
*and* the Early Start Program.

Non-residents/international students and students participating in EOP Summer Bridge
do not participate in the Early Start Program, but must fulfill supportive instruction
if placed in readiness category III or IV for English and/or math.

**Supportive Instruction @ Cal Maritime**

English: Enroll in year-long EGL 101 *and *102 "stretch" course

Math: Enroll in MTH 100 College Algebra & Trigonometry *and *MTH 99L lab

Early Start Program

The Early Start Program prepares California residents admitted as first-year CSU students
placed in readiness category IV for English and/or math to succeed academically in
GE written communication and/or math/quantitative reasoning.

Non-residents/international students and students participating in EOP Summer Bridge
do not participate in the Early Start Program, but must fulfill supportive instruction
if placed in readiness category IV for English and/or math.

By enrolling in available developmental courses at a CSU campus of their choice during the summer prior to their first fall term,
students improve their chances of successfully earning baccalaureate degrees.

Visit Cal Maritime's CSU Early Start for full details.