Sonoma County Office of Education

UC Approved CTE Courses

The University of California’s Subject Requirement, more commonly known as the “a-g” requirement, is one of three prerequisites that students must meet when entering the University of California (UC) system as freshmen. CTE can fulfill a-g requirements when the course is reviewed and approved by UC. SCOE has secured UC approval for the following CTE courses offered in Sonoma County high schools.

d–Laboratory Science

  • Biotechnology II
  • Environmental Conservation and Restoration
  • Marine Science
  • Medical Arts and Sciences
  • Sports Medicine

f–Visual and Performing Arts

  • 3D Animation
  • Art and History of Floral Design
  • Digital Film Making
  • Graphic Design
  • Graphic Design and Printing Arts, Introductory
  • Interactive Media, Level 2

g–College Preparatory Electives

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Business Management
  • Child Development
  • Computerized Accounting
  • Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management
  • Digital Media Design, Level 4
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Farm to Table, Agriculture and Culinary Integrated Course
  • Geographic Information Systems 3-4
  • Geographic Information Systems 5-6
  • Graphic Design and Printing Arts, Advanced
  • Internet Engineering 1
  • Introduction to Drafting and Design
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Medical Science 2
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Sustainable Construction
  • Virtual Enterprise
  • Web Design

Lisa Wittke Schaffner, Board Member
"The Sonoma County Board of Education sets policy for its alternative education program, serves in an oversight role for SCOE, and supports our educational agenda. We believe every student has a unique set of abilities, potential, and needs. Our board compliments the work and innovation of SCOE, and serves as an educational partner for the Sonoma County community." - Lisa Wittke Schaffner, Board Member