2021-2022 PATHWAY OPTIONS The First Year Experience (FYE) Program focuses on student success through different “pathways” based upon your interests and academic goals. Students will join a community of like-minded peers to work towards their degree while exploring major and career options with knowledgeable professors and counselors. 1 Select a pathway based upon your academic and career interests. We provide a class schedule, typically with options for full-time and part-time students, for both Fall and Spring semester of your first year. 2 Reserved spaces in high-demand classes. 3 Receive vital support from across the Chabot College campus to help you be successful in your first year and beyond. INTERESTED IN A PATHWAY? For more information, to submit your FYE application, or if you don’t see a pathway that fits your interests, visit our website: www.chabotcollege.edu/FYE SCIENCE and MATH The Science and Math pathway is for students interested in Science, Technology, Pre-Med, Pre-Dentistry, Engineering, Mathematics, and other related majors. BUSINESS and the ECONOMY The Business and the Economy pathway allows students to explore their interests in various business majors ranging from Health Care, Retail and Small Business Management to Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, and Small Business Ownership. HEALTH and WELLNESS The Health and Wellness pathway is for those interested in Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Health Science, Medical Technology related majors. This pathway offers reserved seating in the high-demand core courses. ART and DESIGN The Art and Design pathway is for students interested in Graphic Design, Digital Media, Photography, Painting, Drawing/Illustration, Ceramics, and Sculpture. SOCIETY, CULTURE, and IDEAS The Society, Culture, and Ideas pathway prepares students to major in Anthropology, Behavioral Health, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology, and for future careers across many fields that rely on analytical, leadership, and interpersonal skills. Students interested in social justice or the CIN program should select this pathway. Don’t wait, space is limited!