Advising is the process of consulting with Dr. Josh Franco about the POSC program, whether you are exploring or already a declared major. The purpose of advising to answer your questions about the AA-T degree and instill you with confidence in planning and successfully earning your degree.
Before we meet, consider your responses to the following questions:
Dr. Josh Franco welcomes advising students who are interested in the POSC program and students who are declared majors.
You can reach Dr. Franco by calling or texting 619-780-5674, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or stopping by his office in F-515 during his posted office hours.
During our meeting, we will discuss setting an action plan that consists of the following:
An Education Plan is a document that outlines what courses you should take each term at the College to help you achieve your educational goal. There are typically three goals for declared POSC majors:
During your first semester, you are strongly encourage to see a Counselor to develop a comprehensive Education Plan. Call 619-660-4429 to schedule an appointment and visit the Student Education Plan web page for more information.
You are strongly encouraged to meet with Counseling to develop your personalized, comprehensive education plan.
Below is a PowerPoint presentation that walks you the process of manually added POSC courses to your Ed Plan in Self-Service.
Cuyamaca College offers 9 Political Science courses on the following rotation schedule:
` = course is pending approval by the Cuyamaca College Curriculum Committee
* = course is pending approval by the GCCCD Governing Board
^ = course is pending approval for CSU Transfer and/or CSU Area F designation
~ = course is pending approval for UC Transfer and/or UC Area
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On Thursday, September 16, 2021 from 7:30pm-8:00pm, the 2nd Annual Constitution Day Zoom Trivia Night will be hosted by Dr. Josh Franco, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Cuyamaca College. The top three student participants will receive an Amazon Gift Card.