Oct 16, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog

Transfer Requirements



General Information

Merced College provides the first two years of a four-year college or university program. The requirements for transfer vary considerably among the four-year institutions in California. As a result, entering students are encouraged to meet with a counselor at the College as soon as possible to plan his/her course of study.

The four-year institutions in California fall generally into three categories:

  1. The California State University System (CSU): CSU Bakersfield, CSU Channel Islands, CSU Chico, CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Fresno, CSU Fullerton, CSU East Bay, Humboldt State University, CSU Long Beach, CSU Los Angeles, CSU Maritime Academy, CSU Monterey Bay, CSU Northridge, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CSU Sacramento, CSU San Bernardino, CSU San Marcos, San Diego State University, San Francisco State University, San Jose State University, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Sonoma State University, and CSU Stanislaus. Each CSU campus accepts certification of breadth requirements completed at Merced College.
  2. The University of California (UC): UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Los Angeles, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC San Diego, UC San Francisco (medical school), UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz. UC campuses support a “transfer core curriculum”; however, each UC campus may list particular breadth and major requirements. Refer to www.assist.org for articulation agreements.
  3. The Independent or Private Colleges and Universities: Some examples of the over 100 in California include Brandman University, Stanford University, University of the Pacific, Fresno Pacific, and the University of Southern California. Each private college or university has its own unique requirements.

California State University (CSU)

Basic Information

Merced College courses numbered 1 - 49 have been designated baccalaureate level courses transferable to the CSU system. These courses will be accepted by any campus of the California State University system for credit toward its baccalaureate degrees.

In preparing for transfer to a CSU campus, you should follow two concurrent pathways to complete required course work:

  1. The CSU General Education Breadth courses listed on the following page; and
  2. Articulated lower division major preparation courses as designated by the particular CSU campus to which you plan to transfer. A Merced College counselor can assist you with course selection.

CSU Transfer Admission Requirements

The majority of transfer students enter as upper-division transfers. Students can qualify for admissions to the CSU system as an upper-division transfer if they have a minimum of 60 semester or 90 quarter units. Your overall grade point average must be at least 2.0 (2.40 for California nonresidents.) The GPA is calculated using all transfer units attempted.

Some transfers will enter as lower-division transfers. If, at the time you will enter the CSU, you have completed 59 or fewer semester or 89 or fewer quarter units you are a lower-division transfer. Some CSU campuses do not accept lower-division transfers, so be sure to check with the campus if you are considering transfer as a lower-division student.

CSU Transfer Breadth Curriculum

Merced College will certify completion of the General Education Breadth requirements in part, or in their entirety, if you are transferring to one of the 23 campuses of the California State University System.

Merced College will give full certification upon the satisfactory completion of 39 designated units. In addition, a minimum of nine upper division units must be taken as designated by the state university conferring the B.A./ B.S. Degree. If the CSU campus requires more than 48 General Education/ Breadth units, you will take the additional units after transfer.

To complete the CSU transfer breadth requirements, students must select courses that fulfill the unit requirements of specific areas. (Courses listed in these areas may change, depending upon CSU Chancellor’s Office approval.) The CSU transfer breadth requirements appear on the following page  .

SB 1440

The Student Transfer Agreement Reform Act (SB 1440 - Padilla), signed into legislation on September 29, 2010, enables the California Community Colleges and California State University to collaborate on the creation of Associate in Arts Degree (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) Degree transfer programs. This new law requires community colleges to grant an associate degree for transfer to a student once a student has met specified general education and major requirements for the degree. Upon completion of the associate degree, the student is eligible for transfer with junior standing into the California State University (CSU) system.

Students are given guaranteed admission into the California State University (CSU) system, and further are given priority consideration when applying to a particular program that is similar to the student’s community college major. The law prohibits the CSU from requiring a transferring student to repeat courses similar to those taken at the community college that counted toward their associate degree for transfer. It is expected that community college students will be able to declare an interest in pursuing specific transfer AA/AS degrees.

University of California System (UC)

Of the ten University of California campuses, nine welcome community college transfer students (UCSF is only a graduate level university). UC campuses support a “transfer core curriculum”; however, each of the ten campuses and the individual majors has unique requirements. Students planning to transfer to a UC campus should see a Merced College counselor as soon as possible in order to plan an appropriate program of study and work closely with the UC representative in the Career/Transfer Center.

Private Colleges and Universities

There are approximately 112 independent or private schools in the State of California not supported by state tax revenues. They vary greatly in programs offered, size, and number of transfer students. Each school acts autonomously, evaluating course work on an individual basis. To obtain specific transfer information, contact the admissions office at the school to which you wish to transfer. A Merced College counselor can help you plan your transfer program.

Associate Degrees for Transfer 2018-2019

California Community Colleges are now offering associate degrees for transfer to the CSU. These may include Associate in Arts (AA-T) or Associate in Science (AS-T) degrees. These degrees are designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an AA-T or AS-T degree are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system and given priority admission consideration to their local CSU campus or to a program that is deemed similar to their community college major. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses.

Students who have been awarded an AA-T or AS-T are able to complete their remaining requirements for the 120-unit baccalaureate degree within 60 semester or 90 quarter units.

To view the most current list of Merced College Associate Degrees for Transfer and to find out which CSU campuses accept each degree, please go to http://www.sb1440.org/. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review their options for transfer and to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs.

Merced College list of Transfer Degrees:

  • Administration of Justice
  • Agriculture Business
  • Anthropology
  • Biology
  • Business Administration
  • Chemistry
  • Communication Studies
  • Computer Science
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Economics
  • Elementary Teacher Education
  • English
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • History
  • Kinesiology
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Studio Arts
  • Theatre Arts

Additional majors are being developed. Please see a counselor and www.mccd.edu for more information.

CSU Baccalaureate Level Course List 2017-2018

This agreement lists courses transferable for unit credit to all CSU campuses. It is based on information from the 2017-2018 ASSIST database (www.assist.org)

ACTG-04A
ACTG-04B
ACTG-31
AGBS-10
AGBS-11
AGBS-12
AGBS-13
AGBS-14
AGBS-17
AGBS-18
AGBS-30B
AGBS-30C
AGBS-31A
AGBS-31B
AGBS-31C
AGRI-10
ANSC-10
ANSC-12
ANSC-13
ANSC-14
ANSC-16
ANSC-17
ANSC-18
ANSC-19
ANSC-30
ANSC-40
ANSC-41
ANTH-01
ANTH-02
ANTH-10
AOM/CPSC-30
ARCH-01
ARCH-01L
ART-01
ART-02
ART-06
ART-12A
ART-12B
ART-15
ART-17A
ART-17B
ART-20A
ART-20B
ART-23A
ART-23B
ART-24A
ART-24B
ART-26A
ART-26B
ART-29A
ART-29B
ART-48A-ZZ
ARTD-40A
ARTD-40B
ARTD-41A
ARTD-41B
ARTD-42A
ARTD-42B
ARTD-45A
ARTD-45B
ASLG-01
ASLG-02
ASLG-03
ASTR-01
ASTR-01L
ATHL-01A
ATHL-01B
ATHL-01D
ATHL-01G
ATHL-01I
ATHL-01J
ATHL-01K
ATHL-01L
ATHL-02A
ATHL-02B
ATHL-02D
ATHL-02G
ATHL-02I
ATHL-02K
ATHL-03
ATHL-13
ATHL-36A
ATHL-36B
ATHL-36C
ATHL-36D
AUTO-04
AUTO-32
AUTO-33
AUTO-36
AUTO-41
AUTO-42
AUTO-43
AUTO-44
AUTO-46
AUTO-47
AUTO-48A
AUTO-48B
AUTO-48C
AUTO-48D
AUTO-48E
AUTO-48F
BIOL-01
BIOL-02
BIOL-04A
BIOL-04B
BIOL-06
BIOL-09
BIOL-16
BIOL-18
BIOL-20
BIOL-32
BIOL-32L
BIOL-33
BUS-10
BUS-18A
BUS-35
BUS-43
BUS-49A-ZZ
CHEM-02A
CHEM-02B
CHEM-4A
CHEM-4B
CHEM-12A
CHEM-12B
CLDV-01
CLDV-02

CLDV-03
CLDV-04
CLDV-05
CLDV-06
CLDV-07
CLDV-07L
CLDV/PSYC-09
CLDV-11
CLDV-30C
CLDV-30D
CLDV-33
CLDV-34A
CLDV-34B
CLDV-35
CLDV-35L
CLDV-37
CLDV-38
CLDV/NUTR-41
COLL-10
COMM-01
COMM-01H
COMM/ENGL-02
COMM-04
COMM-05
COMM-30
COOP-41A
COOP-41B
COOP-41C
COOP-41D
CORR-42
CORR-43
CORR-44
CORR-49AB
CORR-49AC
CORR-49A-ZZ
CORR-49JJ
CORR-49LL
CORR-49OO
CORR-49TT
CORR-49XX
CPSC-01
CPSC-05A
CPSC-06
CPSC/MATH-07
CPSC/ENGR-14
CPSC/AOM-30
CPSC-39
CPSC-42
CPSC/ELCT-45A
CPSC/ELCT-45B
CPSV-49A-ZZ
CRIM-01
CRIM-02
CRIM-03
CRIM-04
CRIM-05
CRIM-06
CRIM-08
CRIM-10
CRIM-11
CRIM-30
CRIM-33
CRIM-35
CRIM-37
CRIM-42C
CRIM-42D
CRIM-49A-ZZ
CROP-10
CROP-12
CROP-13
DAIR-10
DRAM-01
DRAM-02
DRAM-02L
DRAM-04
DRAM-04L
DRAM-08
DRAM-12
DRAM-13
DRAM-14
DRAM-15
DRAM-16
DRAM-23
DRFT-04A
DRFT-04B
DRFT-04C
DRFT-04D
DRFT-06
DRFT-10
DRFT-25
DRFT-35
DRFT-41
DRFT-42A
DRFT-42B
DRFT-43
DRFT-44
ECON-01
ECON-02
ELCT-30
ELCT-31
ELCT-32
ELCT-34
ELCT-35
ELCT-36
ELCT-41
ELCT-42A
ELCT-42B
ELCT-43A
ELCT-44
ELCT/CPSC-45A
ELCT/CPSC-45B
ELCT-45C
ELCT-45D
ELCT-47
EMER-10
EMER-11
EMER-20
EMER-21
EMER-30
EMER-31
ENGL-01A
ENGL-01B
ENGL/COMM-02
ENGL-04A
ENGL-04B
ENGL-05
ENGL-06A

ENGL-06B
ENGL-07
ENGL-08
ENGL-10
ENGL-11
ENGL-12
ENGL/PHIL-13
ENGL/PHIL-13H
ENGL-14
ENGL-15
ENGL-18
ENGR/CPSC-14
ENGR-15
ENGR-18
ENGR-30
ENGR-45
ENGR-49A-ZZ
FIRE-30
FIRE-31
FIRE-32
FIRE-33
FIRE-34
FIRE-35
FIRE-36
FIRE-37
FIRE-39
FIRE-47A
FIRE-47B
FIRE-49A-ZZ
FPRO-13
FREN-01
FREN-02
FREN-03
FREN-04
GEOG-01
GEOG-01L
GEOG-02
GEOG-12
GEOG-15
GEOL-01
GEOL-02
GEOL-03
GERN-01
GERN-02
GERN-03
GERN-04
GUID-30
GUID-45
GUID-48
HIST-04A
HIST-04B
HIST-05
HIST-09A
HIST-09B
HIST-17A
HIST-17AH
HIST-17B
HIST-17BH
HIST-19
HIST-22
HIST-23
HIST-29
HLTH-10
HLTH-15
HMNG-01
HMNG-02
HMSV-20
HMSV-21
HMSV-22
HSMV-41
HMSV-42
HMSV-43
HMSV-44
HNRS-40A
HNRS-40B
HNRS-40C
HNRS-40D
HUM-01
HUM-01H
HUM-02
HUM-02H
HUM-15
HUM-21
INDT-10
INDT-25
INDT-32
INDT-35
INDT-38
INDT-40
INDT-41
INDT-49
JPNS-01A
JPNS-01B
JPNS-02
KINE-01
KINE-02
KINE-03
KINE-04
KINE-05
KINE-06
KINE-07
KINE-09
KINE-12A
KINE-12B
KINE-13
KINE-14
KINE-15
KINE-16
KINE-19
KINE-20
KINE-23
KINE-24A
KINE-24B
KINE-24C
KINE-30
KINE-31
KINE-32
KINE-33
KINE-34
KINE-35
KINE-41
KINE-42
LAND-10A
LAND-10B
LAND-11
LAND-12
LAND-14
LAND-15
LAND-16
LAND-17
LBST-10
LBST-20
LBST-30
LRNR-30
LRNR-49A-ZZ
MATH-02
MATH-02H
MATH-04A
MATH-04B
MATH-04C
MATH-06
MATH/CPSC-07
MATH-08
MATH-10
MATH-15
MATH-20A
MATH-20B
MATH-25
MATH-26
MECH/WELD-06
MECH/INDT-10
MECH-12
MECH-13
MECH-21
MECH-22A
MECH-23
MECH-24
MECH-26
MECH-27
MECH-30
MECH-31
MECH-32
MECH-33
MECH-34
MECH-35
MGMT-31
MGMT-32
MGMT-33
MGMT-34
MGMT-37
MKTG-30
MKTG-31
MKTG-33
MUSA-20
MUSA-21A
MUSA-21B
MUSA-25A
MUSA-25B
MUSA-27A
MUSA-27B
MUSE-41
MUSE-42
MUSE-43
MUSE-44
MUSE-45
MUSG-10
MUSG-11
MUSG-12
MUSG-13
MUSG-14
MUSG-17
MUST-01
MUST-02
MUST-03
MUST-04
MUST-05
MUST-06
MUST-07
MUST-08
MUST-09
NUTR-10
NUTR-20
NUTR-26A
NUTR-26B
NUTR-26C
NUTR-37
NUTR-40
NUTR/CLDV-41
NUTR-42
NUTR-43
NUTR-44
NUTR-45
PHED-10H
PHED-20
PHIL-01
PHIL-01H
PHIL-02
PHIL-03
PHIL-04
PHIL-05
PHIL-10
PHIL-12
PHIL/ENGL-13
PHIL/ENGL-13H
PHIL-15 (UC-H)
PHOT-10A
PHOT-10B
PHOT-11A
PHOT-33
PHOT-35
PHOT-36
PHOT-49
PHSC-01
PHSC-01L
PHSC-02
PHSC-02L
PHYS-02A
PHYS-02B
PHYS-04A
PHYS-04B
PHYS-04C
PHYS-10
PLSC-10
PLSC-12
PLSC-13
POSC-01
POSC-02
PSYC-01A
PSYC-01AH
PSYC-01B
PSYC-05
PSYC/CLDV-09
PSYC-15
PSYC-22
PSYC-23
PSYC-25
PSYC-36
PSYC-37
PSYC-40
PSYC-49AA-ZZ
RADT-10
RADT-11
RADT-12A
RADT-12B
RADT-13
RADT-14A
RADT-14B
RADT-15A
RADT-15B
RADT-15C
RADT-15D
RADT-16A
RADT-16B
RADT-16C
RADT-17A
RADT-17B
RADT-18A
RADT-18B
RADT-18C
REAL-42
REAL-43
RECR-30
REGN-01
REGN-02
REGN-15
REGN-17
REGN-18
REGN-24
REGN-25
REGN-26
REGN-27
REGN-34
REGN-35
REGN-36
REGN-37
REGN-38
REGN-44
REGN-45
REGN-46
REGN-47
REGN-48
REGN-48A-ZZ
SOC-01
SOC-02
SOC-03
SOIL-10
SOIL-11
SONO-40
SONO-41
SONO-42A
SONO-42B
SONO-43A
SONO-43B
SONO-44A
SONO-44B
SONO-44C
SONO-45A
SONO-45B
SONO-45C
SONO-46A
SONO-49A-ZZ
SPAN-01
SPAN-02
SPAN-03
SPAN-04
SPAN-10
SPAN-11
STGV-33A
STGV-33B
STGV-33C
STGV-33D
TUTR-35
VOCN-40
VOCN-42
VOCN-44
VOCN-46A
VOCN-46B
VOCN-47A
VOCN-47B
VOCN-47C
VOCN-48
WELD/MECH-06

Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) 2017-2018

The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is a statewide numbering system independent from the course numbers assigned by local California community colleges. A C-ID number next to a course signals that participating California colleges and universities have determined that courses offered by other California community colleges are comparable in content and scope to courses offered on their own campuses, regardless of their unique titles or local course number. Thus, if a schedule of classes or catalog lists a course bearing a C-ID number, for example C-ID COMM 110, students at that college can be assured that it will be accepted in lieu of a course bearing the C-ID COMM 110 designation at another community college. In other words, the C-ID designation can be used to identify comparable courses at different community colleges. However, students should always go to www.assist.org to confirm how each college’s course will be accepted at a particular four year college or university for transfer credit.

The C-ID numbering system is useful for students attending more than one community college and is applied to many of the transferable courses students need as preparation for transfer. Because these course requirements may change and because courses may be modified and qualified for or deleted from the C-ID database, students should always check with a counselor to determine how C-ID designated courses fit into their educational plans for transfer.

Students may consult the ASSIST database at www.assist.org for specific information on C-ID course designations. Counselors can always help students interpret or explain this information.

MC Courses(s) ID C-ID Descriptor
ACTG-04A ACCT 110
ACTG-04B ACCT 120
AGBS-10 AG 104
AGBS-12 AG 128
AGBS-18 AG 108
ANTH-01 ANTH 110
ANTH-02 ANTH 120
ARCH-01 ANTH 150
ART-12A ARTS 101
ART-15 ARTS 100
ART-23A ARTS 210
ART-24A ARTS 110
ART-24B ARTS 205
ART-26A ARTS 200
ART-06 ARTH 150
BIOL-16 BIOL 110
BIOL-18 BIOL 120
BIOL-04A BIOL 190
BIOL-04B BIOL 140
BUS-10 BUS 110
BUS-18A BUS 125
CHEM-12A CHEM 150
CHEM-12B, CHEM-12A CHEM 160, CHEM 160
CHEM-02A CHEM 101
CHEM-04A CHEM 110
CHEM-04A, CHEM-04B CHEM 120, CHEM 120
CLDV-01 CDEV 100
CLDV-02 CDEV 110
CLDV-03 ECE 120
CLDV-04 ECE 200
CLDV-05 ECE 220
CLDV-06 ECE 230
CLDV-07 ECE 130
CLDV-07L ECE 210
COMM-01 COMM 110
COMM-01H COMM 110
COMM-02 COMM 170
COMM-30 COMM 150
COMM-04 COMM 140
COMM-05 COMM 130
CPSC-01 ITIS 120
CPSC-39 COMP 132
CPSC-42 COMP 142
CPSC-06 COMP 122
CPSC-07 COMP 152
CRIM-01 SOCI 160
CRIM-11 AJ 200
CRIM-02 AJ 110
CRIM-03 AJ 122
CRIM-30 AJ 220
CRIM-04 AJ 120
CRIM-05 AJ 160
CRIM-06 AJ 124
CRIM-08 AJ 140
DRAM-01 THTR 111
DRAM-12 THTR 151
DRAM-13 THTR 152
DRAM-15 THTR 171
DRAM-16 THTR 174
DRAM-02 THTR 191
DRAM-23 THTR 114
DRAM-02L THTR 192
DRAM-08 THTR 113
ECON-01 ECON 201
ECON-02 ECON 202
ENGL-10 ENGL 130
ENGL-11 ENGL 135
ENGL-12 ENGL 200
ENGL-13 ENGL 105
ENGL-13H ENGL 105
ENGL-01A ENGL 100
ENGL-01B ENGL 120
ENGL-04A ENGL 140
ENGL-04B ENGL 145
ENGL-06A ENGL 160
ENGL-06B ENGL 165
ENGR-14 COMP 122
ENGR-15 ENGR 130
ENGR-18 ENGR 260
ENGR-18 ENGR 260
GEOG-01 GEOG 110
GEOG-12 GEOG 120
GEOG-15 GEOG 130
GEOG-01L GEOG 111
GEOG-02 GEOG 125
GEOL-01 GEOL 101
GEOL-02 GEOL 111
GEOL-03 GEOL 121
HIST-17A HIST 130
HIST-17AH HIST 130
HIST-17BH HIST 140
HIST-04A HIST 150
HIST-04A HIST 150
HIST-04B HIST 180
KINE-01 KIN 100
KINE-02 KIN 101
LAND-10A AG 112
LAND-10B AG 108
LAND-16 AG 116
LBST-10 EDUC 200
MATH-10 MATH 110
MATH-15 MATH 130
MATH-02 MATH 155
MATH-20A MATH 120
MATH-026 MATH 150
MATH-02H MATH 155
MATH-04A MATH 211
MATH-04B MATH 221
MATH-04C MATH 230
MATH-06 MATH 240
MATH-07 MATH 160
MATH-08 MATH 250
MECH-12 AG 108
MUSA-20 MUS 160
MUSE-41 MUS 180
MUSE-42 MUS 180
MUSE-43 MUS 180
MUSE-44 MUS 180
MUSE-45 MUS 180
MUSG-10 MUS 110
MUST-01 MUS 120
MUST-02 MUS 130
MUST-03 MUS 140
MUST-04 MUS 150
MUST-05 MUS 125
MUST-06 MUS 135
MUST-07 MUS 145
MUST-08 MUS 155
NUTR-10 NUTR 110
NUTR-20 NUTR 120
PHIL-01 PHIL 100
PHIL-12 PHIL 110
PHIL-01H PHIL 100
PHIL-03 PHIL 130
PHIL-04 PHIL 140
PHIL-05 PHIL 120
PHSC-02, PHSC-02L PHYS 140, PHYS 140
PHYS-02A PHYS 105
PHYS-02B PHYS 110
PHYS-04A PHYS 205
PHYS-04A, PHYS-04B, PHYS-04C PHYS 200, PHYS 200, PHYS 200
PHYS-04B PHYS 210
PLSC-10 AG 106
POSC-01 POLS 110
PSYC-15 PSY 150
PSYC-01A PSY 110
PSYC-01AH PSY 110
PSYC-01B PSY 200
PSYC-22 PSY 130
PSYC-23 PSY 115
PSYC-25 PSY 120
PSYC-05 SOCI 125
PSYC-05 MATH 110
PSYC-09 PSY 180
SOC-01 SOCI 110
SOC-02 SOCI 115
SOC-03 SOCI 130
SOIL-10 AG 128
SPAN-01 SPAN 100
SPAN-10 SPAN 220
SPAN-11 SPAN 230
SPAN-02 SPAN 110
SPAN-03 SPAN 200
SPAN-04 SPAN 210

UC TCA Courses 2016-2017

University of California Transfer Course Agreement

This agreement lists courses transferable for unit credit at all UC campuses. It is based on information from the 2015-16 UCOP (University of California Office of the President) transfer course agreement, and is valid for the current academic year listed at the top of this agreement. Courses marked with “UC-” will satisfy the five areas of the 1998 transfer course requirements. (E =
English, M = Math, H = Humanities, B = Behavioral and Social Sciences, S = Biological and Physical Sciences) Meet with your counselor to determine more specific transfer credit information.
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT UC’S TRANSFERABLE COURSE AGREEMENTS.

ACTG-04A
ACTG-04B
AOM/CPSC-30 (effective
SU16)
AGRI-10
AGBS-11 (UC-B)
AGBS-18
ASLG-01
ASLG-02 (UC-H)
ASLG-03 (UC-H)
ANSC-10
ANSC-12
ANSC-14
ANSC-16
ANSC-17
ANSC-18
ANSC-19
ANTH-01 w/lab (UC-S)
ANTH-02 (UC-B)
ANTH-10 (UC-B)
ARCH-01 (UC-S)
ART-01 (UC-H)
ART-02 (UC-H)
ART-06 (UC-H)
ART-12A
ART-12B
ART-15
ART-17A
ART-17B
ART-20A
ART-20B
ART-23A
ART-23B
ART-24A
ART-24B
ART-26A
ART-26B
ART-29A
ART-29B
ARTD-40A
ARTD-40B
ARTD-41A
ARTD-41B
ARTD-42A
ARTD-45A
ASTR-01 (UC-S)
ASTR-01L
*ATHL-01A
*ATHL-01B
*ATHL-01D ea
*ATHL-01G
*ATHL-01I ea
*ATHL-01J
*ATHL-01K
*ATHL-01L
*ATHL-02A
*ATHL-02B
*ATHL-02D
*ATHL-02G
*ATHL-02I
*ATHL-02K
*ATHL-03 ea
*ATHL-13
*+ATHL-36A ea
*+ATHL-36B
*+ATHL-36C
*+ATHL-36D
*BIOL-01 w/lab (UC-S)
BIOL-02 (UC-S)
BIOL-04A w/lab (UC-S)
BIOL-04B w/lab (UC-S)
BIOL-06 (UC-S)
BIOL-09 (UC-S)
BIOL-16 w/lab (UC-S)
BIOL-18 w/lab (UC-S)
BIOL-20 w/lab (UC-S) (No
credit if taken after SU16)
BIOL-32 (UC-S)
BIOL-32L
BUS-10
BUS-18A
○CHEM-02A w/lab (UC-S)
CHEM-04A w/lab (UC-S)
CHEM-04B w/lab (UC-S)
CHEM-12A w/lab (UC-S)
CHEM-12B w/lab (UC-S)
CLDV-01 (UC-B)
CLDV-02 (UC-B)
CLDV-09/PSYC-09
COMM-01
COMM-01H
COMM-02/ENGL-02
COMM-04
COMM-30 (UC-B)
CPSC-01
CPSC-05A
CPSC-06
CPSC-07/MATH-07
CPSC/ENGR-14
CPSC-30/AOM-30 (effective SU16)
CPSC-39
CPSC-42
CRIM-02
CRIM-04
CRIM-05
DAIR-10
DRFT-25
DRAM-01 (UC-H)
DRAM-02 ea
DRAM-02L
DRAM-04 ea
DRAM-08
DRAM-12
DRAM-13
DRAM-14
DRAM-15
DRAM-16
DRAM-23
ECON-01 (UC-B)
ECON-02 (UC-B)
*ENGR-14/CPSC-14
ENGR-15
ENGR-18
ENGR-30
ENGR-45
ENGL-01A (UC-E)
ENGL-01B UC-E/H)
ENGL-02/COMM-02
ENGL-04A(UC-H)
ENGL-04B(UC-H)
ENGL-05 UC-H)
ENGL-06A UC-H)
ENGL-06B(UC-H)
ENGL-07 UC-H)
ENGL-08
ENGL-10(UC-H)
ENGL-11(UC-H)
ENGL-12
ENGL-13/PHIL-13 UC-E)
ENGL-13H/PHIL-13H
UC-E)
ENGL-14 UC-H)
ENGL-15
ENGL-18 (UC-H)
**FREN-01
FREN-02
FREN-03(UC-H)
FREN-04 (UC-H)
GEOG-01 (UC-S)
GEOG-01L
GEOG-02 (UC-B)
GEOG-12 (UC-B)
GEOG-15 (UC-B)
GEOL-01 w/lab (UC-S)
GEOL-02 (UC-S)
*GEOL-03
**GERN-01
GERN-02 (UC-H)
GERN-03 (UC-H)
GERN-04 (UC-H)
GUID-30
*HLTH-10
*HLTH-15
HIST-04A (UC-H)
HIST-04B (UC-H)
HIST-05 (UC-B/H)
HIST-09A (UC-H)
HIST-09B (UC-H)
HIST-17A (UC-B/H)
HIST-17AH (UC-B/H)
HIST-17B (UC-B/H)
HIST-17BH (UC-B/H)
HIST-19
HIST-22 (UC-B)
HIST-23 (UC-B)
HIST-29 (UC-B/H)
**HMNG-01
HMNG-02 (UC-H)
HNRS-40A
HNRS-40B
HNRS-40C
HNRS-40D
HMSV-21
HUM-01 (UC-H)
HUM-01H (UC-H)
HUM-02 (UC-H)
HUM-02H (UC-H)
HUM-15 (UC-B/H)
HUM-21 (UC-H)
JPNS-01A
**JPNS-01B
JPNS-02
+KINE-01
KINE-02
+KINE-03
+KINE-04C
KINE-09
*KINE-12A
*KINE-12B
*KINE-13 ea
*KINE-14 ea
*KINE-15
*KINE-16 ea
*KINE-19
*KINE-20 ea
KINE-23 ea
*KINE-24A
*KINE-24B
*KINE-24C
*KINE-30 ea
*KINE-31 ea
*KINE-32 ea
*KINE-33 ea
*KINE-34 ea
*KINE-35 2ea
*KINE-41 ea
*KINE-42 ea
*LAND-10A
*LAND-10B
LAND-12
LAND-16
LRNR-30
*LBST-10
LBST-20
+MATH-02 (UC-M)
+MATH-02H (UC-M)
MATH-04A (UC-M)
MATH-04B (UC-M)
MATH-04C (UC-M)
MATH-06 (UC-M)
MATH-07/CPSC-07
MATH-08 (UC-M)
MATH-10 (UC-M)
MATH-15 (UC-M)
**MATH-20A
**MATH-20B
+MATH-26 (UC-M)
MUSA-20
MUSA-21A
MUSA-21B
MUSA-25A
MUSA-25B
MUSA-27A
MUSA-27B
MUSE-41
MUSE-42
MUSE-43
MUSE-44 ea
MUSE-45 ea
MUSG-10 (UC-H)
MUSG-11 (UC-H)
MUSG-13 (UC-H)
MUSG-14 (UC-H)
MUSG-17
MUST-01
MUST-02
MUST-03
MUST-04
MUST-09
NUTR-10
PHIL-01 (UC-H)
PHIL-01H (UC-H)
PHIL-02
PHIL-03 (UC-H)
PHIL-04 (UC-H)
PHIL-05 (UC-H)
PHIL-10 (UC-H)
PHIL-12 (UC-H)
PHIL-13/ENGL-13 (UC-E)
PHIL-13H/ENGL-13H
UC-E)
PHIL-15 (UC-H)
PHOT-10A
*PHOT-10B
*PHOT-11A
PHOT-33 (UC-H)
*PHED-10H ea
PHED-20
+PHED-36D
*PHSC-01 (UC-S)
PHSC-01L
*PHSC-02
*PHSC-02L
*PHYS-02A w/lab (UC-S)
*PHYS-02B w/lab (UC-S)
*PHYS-04A w/lab (UC-S)
*PHYS-04B w/lab (UC-S)
*PHYS-04C w/lab (UC-S)
+PHYS-10 (UC-S)
PLSC-10 (UC-S)
PLSC-13
POSC-01 (UC-B)
POSC-02 (UC-B)
PSYC-01A (UC-B)
PSYC-01AH (UC-B)
PSYC-01B (UC-B)
PSYC-05 (UC-M)
PSYC-09/CLDV-09 (UC-B)
PSYC-15 (UC-B)
PSYC-22 (UC-B)
PSYC-23 (UC-B)
PSYC-25 (UC-B)
PSYC-36 (UC-B)
PSYC-40
SOC-01 (UC-B)
SOC-02 (UC-B)
SOC-03 (UC-B)
SOIL-10 (UC-S)
*SPAN-01
○SPAN-02 (UC-H)
SPAN-03 (UC-H)
SPAN-04 (UC-H)
*SPAN-10 (UC-H)
○SPAN-11 (UC-H)

UC TCA 2016-2017

University of California Transfer Course Agreement

Important Information About UC’s Transferable Course Agreements

Variable Topics Courses:

These courses are also called “Independent Studies”, “Special Studies”, “Special Topics”, “Field Work”, etc. Credit for variable topics courses is given only after a review of the scope and content of the course by the enrolling UC campus. This usually occurs after transfer and may require recommendations from faculty. Information about internships may also be presented for review, but credit for internships rarely transfers to UC. UC does not grant credit for variable topics courses in Journalism, Photography, Health, Business Administration, Architecture, Administration of Justice (Criminology) or Library Departments because of credit restrictions in these areas.

Honors Course Credit Limitation:

Duplicate credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will only be awarded to the first course completed with a grade of C or better.

Course Repeatability:

An “ea” after the unit value of a course on this agreement is meant to indicate that the course may be repeated for credit under CCC campus policies. Since campus policies on repeatability vary, the “ea” indicator does not guarantee that UC will grant credit for every course that appears multiple times on a student’s transcript.

LEGEND:

* Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units
+ATHL: Any or all of these courses combined: maximum credit, 8 units
*BIOL-01: No credit for BIOl-01 if taken after BIOl-04A (per catalog)
○ CHEM-02A No credit for CHEM-2A if taken after CHEM -4A
**FREN-01 Corresponds to two years of high school study
*GEOL-03 No credit if taken after a college level course in Astronomy, Geology, Oceanography or Meteorology
**GERN-01 Corresponds to two years of high school study
*HLTH-10 and HLTH-15 combined: maximum credit, one course
**HMNG-01 Corresponds to two years of high school study
**JPNS-01B Corresponds to two years of high school study
+ KINE: Any or all of these courses combined: maximum credit, 8 units
* KINE: Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units
*LAND-10A and 10B combined: maximum credit, one course
*LBST-10 and LBST-20 combined: maximum credit, one course
+MATH -02, MATH-2H and -26 combined: maximum credit, 5 semester units
**MATH-20A and MATH -20B combined: maximum credit, one course
*PHOT-10B AND PHOT-11A combined: maximum credit, one course
*PHED: Any or all of these PE activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 semester units
+PHED: Any or all of these courses combined: maximum credit: 8 units
*PHSC-01: No credit for PHSC-01 if taken after a college level courses in Astronomy, Geology, or Physics
*PHSC-02/PHSC-02L: No credit if taken after a more advanced course I Chemistry or Physics
*PHYS-02A, PHYS-02B and PHYS-04A, PHYS-04B, PHYS-04C combined: maximum credit, one series; deduct credit for duplication of topics
+PHYS-10: No credit if taken after PHYS-02A or PHYS-04A
*SPAN-01 and SPAN -10 combined: maximum credit, one course - corresponds to two years of high school study
○SPAN-02 and SPAN-11 combined: maximum credit, one course

Courses Related In Content

The Board of Governors have changed the regulations for course repetition. The changes were made first and foremost to limit the number of times a student can enroll in the same or similar courses in physical education, visual and performing arts. In addition, changes were made to clarify the limited circumstances under which a student could enroll more than once in the same course. The regulations set upper limits on the number of times and circumstances in which a district may permit a student to enroll in the same credit course.

Active Participatory Courses in Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts

Title 5 sections 55000, 55040, and 55041, now identifies and limit the number of times a student can enroll in active participatory courses in physical education, visual and performing arts that are related in content. A course related in content includes any course with similar primary education activities in which skill levels or variations are separated into distinct courses with different student learning outcomes for each level or variation. Students are limited to four semester or six quarter enrollments in all levels and/or variation. ALL GRADES COUNT, INCLUDING F, W, FW, or NP.

The following is the list of courses that are approved by the committee as Courses Related in Content:
* Course is currently approved to be repeated. Please read course description for the limited number of repeats allowed.
+ Course is not active.

3-D Foundations
ART-12A
ART-12B
ART-17A
ART-17B
ART-17C
ART-11+
ART-11R+
ART-12AR+
ART-12BR+
ART-12C+
ART-12CR+
ART-14+
ART-17AR+
ART-17BR+
ART-17CR+
ART-81+
ART-81A+
ART-81B+
ART-81C+

Painting & 2-D Foundations
ART-15
ART-15R+
ART-23A
ART-23B
ART-25A+
ART-25AR+
ART-25B+
ART-25BR+
ART-25C+
ART-25CR+
ART-25D+
ART-27A+
ART-27AR+
ART-27B+
ART-27BR+
ART-28A+
ART-28AR+
ART-28B+
ART-28BR+
ART-28C+
ART-28CR+
ART-28D+
ART-29A
ART-29AR+
ART-29B
ART-29BR+
ART-29C+
ART-29CR+
ART-29D+
ART-70C+

Drawing
ART-20A
ART-20B
ART-24A
ART-24B
ART-26A
ART-26B
ART-20AR+
ART-20BR+
ART-20C+
ART-20CR+
ART-20D+
ART-24AR+
ART-24BR+
ART-24C+
ART-24CR+
ART-26AR+
ART-26BR+
ART-26C+
ART-26CR+
ART-70A+
ART-70B+
ART-70G+
ART-70H+
ART-70J+

Graphic Design
ART-41A+
ART-41B+
ART-41C+
ART-45A+
ARTD-41A
ARTD-41B
ARTD-42A
ARTD-42B
ARTD-45A
ARTD-45B
DART-41A+
DART-41B+
DART-41C+
DART-42A+
Photoshop
ARTD-40A
ARTD-40B
DART-40A+
DART-40B+
ART-40A+
ART-43+

Theatre Production
DRAM-02*
DRAM-02A+
DRAM-02AL+
DRAM-02B+
DRAM-02BL+
DRAM-02C+
DRAM-02CL+
DRAM-02D+
DRAM-02DL+
DRAM-02L*
DRAM-04
DRAM-04L
DRAM-30A+
DRAM-30AR+
DRAM-30B+
DRAM-30C+
DRAM-30D+
DRAMA-02A+
DRAMA-02AL+
DRAMA-02AR+
DRAMA-02B+
DRAMA-02BL+
DRAMA-02BR+
DRAMA-02C+
DRAMA-02CL+
DRAMA-02D+
DRAMA-02DL+
DRAMA-30A+
DRAMA-30AR+
DRAMA-30B+
DRAMA-30C+
DRAMA-30D+
DRAM-10+
DRAM-10A+
DRAM-10B+
DRAM-10C+
DRAM-10D+
DRAM-11+
DRAM-12
DRAM-13
DRAM-14
DRAMA-10A+
DRAMA-10B+
DRAMA-10C+
DRAMA-10D+

Theatre Design & Technology
DRAM-15
DRAM-15A+
DRAM-15AR+
DRAM-15B+
DRAM-15C+
DRAM-15D+
DRAM-16
DRAM-17+
DRAM-24A+
DRAM-24B+
DRAM-25A+
DRAM-25B+
DRAM-70M
DRAMA-15A+
DRAMA-15AR+
DRAMA-15B+
DRAMA-15C+
DRAMA-15D+
DRAMA-16+
DRAMA-17+
DRAMA-24A+
DRAMA-24B+
DRAMA-25A+
DRAMA-25B+

Applied Music
MUS-24A+
MUS-24B+
MUS-24C+
MUS-24D+
MUSA-20*
MUSIC-24A+
MUSIC-24B+
MUSIC-24C+
MUSIC-24D+

Music Technique
MUS-27A+
MUS-27B+
MUS-27C+
MUS-27D+
MUS-36A+
MUS-36B+
MUS-36C+
MUS-43A+
MUS-43B+
MUS-43C+
MUSA-21A
MUSA-21B
MUSA-25A
MUSA-25B
MUSA-27A
MUSA-27B
MUSIC-27A+
MUSIC-27B+
MUSIC-27C+
MUSIC-27D+
MUSIC-32+
MUSIC-33+
MUSIC-34+
MUSIC-36A+
MUSIC-36AR+
MUSIC-36B+
MUSIC-36BR+
MUSIC-36C+
MUSIC-43A+
MUSIC-43B+
MUSIC-43C+

Large Music Ensemble
MUS-40+
MUS-41A+
MUS-41AR+
MUS-41B+
MUS-41C+
MUS-41D+
MUS-44+
MUS-44A+
MUS-44AR+
MUS-44B+
MUS-44BR+
MUS-44C+
MUS-44CR+
MUS-44D+
MUS-44DR+
MUSE-41*
MUSE-44*
MUSIC-41A+
MUSIC-41AR+
MUSIC-41B+
MUSIC-41C+
MUSIC-41D+
MUSIC-44A+
MUSIC-44AR+
MUSIC-44B+
MUSIC-44BR+
MUSIC-44C+
MUSIC-44CR+
MUSIC-44D+
MUSIC-44DR+
MUSIC-49A+
MUSIC-49B+
MUSIC-49C+
MUSIC-49D+
Small Music Ensemble
MUS-29A+
MUS-29B+
MUS-29C+
MUS-29D+
MUS-38
MUS-42A+
MUS-42B+
MUS-42C+
MUS-42D
MUS-45+
MUS-45A+
MUS-45B+
MUS-45C+
MUS-45D+
MUSE-42*
MUSE-43*
MUSE-45*
MUSIC-29A+
MUSIC-29B+
MUSIC-29C+
MUSIC-29D+
MUSIC-37A+
MUSIC-37B+
MUSIC-37C+
MUSIC-37D+
MUSIC-42A+
MUSIC-42B+
MUSIC-42C+
MUSIC-42D+
MUSIC-45A+
MUSIC-45B+
MUSIC-45C+
MUSIC-45D+

Team Sports
KINE-12A
KINE-12B
KINE-13
KINE-14
KINE-15
KINE-16
KINE-19
KINE-21A+
PE-12A+
PE-12A2+
PE-12A3+
PE-12A4+
PE-12AR+
PE-12B+
PE-12B2+
PE-12BR+
PE-12C+
PE-12C2+
PE-12CR+
PE-12D+
PE-12D2+
PE-12DR+
PE-12E+
PE-12E2+
PE-12E3+
PE-12E4+
PE-12E5+
PE-12E7+
PE-12ER+
PE-12F+
PE-12G+
PE-12H+
PE-13B2+
PE-13B3+
PE-13B4+
PHED-12A+
PHED-12AR+
PHED-12B+
PHED-12BR+
PHED-12C+
PHED-12CR+
PHED-12D+
PHED-12DR+
PHED-12E+
PHED-12ER+
PHED-12F+
PHED-12FR+
PHED-12G+
PHED-12H+
PHED-13F+

Aquatics
KINE-20
KINE-22A+
KINE-22B+
KINE-22C+
KINE-23
KINE-24A
KINE-24B
KINE-24C
PE-13A+
PE-13A3+
PE-13A4+
PE-13B+
PE-13BR+
PE-13C+
PE-13D+
PE-13D2+
PE-13D2R+
PE-13D3+
PE-13D4+
PE-13DR+
PE-13E+
PE-13F+
PE-13G+
PE-13H+
PE-13H2+
PE-13H3+
PE-13H4+
PE-13J2+
PHED-13A+
PHED-13B+
PHED-13BR+
PHED-13C+
PHED-13D+
PHED-13DR+
PHED-13E+
PHED-13G+
PHED-13H+
Life Fitness
KINE-30
KINE-31
KINE-32
KINE-33
KINE-34
KINE-35
PE-10A+
PE-10A2+
PE-10B+
PE-10BR+
PE-10C+
PE-10CR+
PE-10D+
PE-10DR+
PE-10E+
PE-10E2+
PE-10E3+
PE-10E4+
PE-10ER+
PE-10F+
PE-10F2+
PE-10F3+
PE-10F4+
PE-10F5+
PE-10FR+
PE-10G+
PE-10GR+
PE-10H+
PE-10H2+
PE-10HR+
PE-10K2+
PE-10K3+
PE-10K4+
PHED-10A
PHED-10A+
PHED-10AR+
PHED-10B+
PHED-10BR+
PHED-10C+
PHED-10CR+
PHED-10D+
PHED-10DR+
PHED-10E+
PHED-10ER+
PHED-10F+
PHED-10FR+
PHED-10G+
PHED-10GR+
PHED-10H
PHED-10HR+

Individual or Dual Sports
KINE-41
KINE-42
PE-11A+
PE-11B+
PE-11B2+
PE-11B3+
PE-11B4+
PE-11C1+
PE-11C2+
PE-11C3+
PE-11C4+
PE-11C5+
PE-11D1+
PE-11D1R+
PE-11D2+
PE-11D3+
PE-11D3R+
PE-11D4+
PE-11D5+
PE-11E+
PE-11E2+
PE-11E3+
PE-11E4+
PHED-11A+
PHED-11B+
PHED-11C+
PHED-11C1+
PHED-11C2+
PHED-11C3+
PHED-11C4+
PHED-11C5+
PHED-11D+
PHED-11D1+
PHED-11D1R+
PHED-11D2+
PHED-11D2R+
PHED-11D3+
PHED-11D3R+
PHED-11D4+
PHED-11D4R+
PHED-11D5+
PHED-11D5R+
PHED-11DR+
PHED-11E+

Professional Photography
PHOT-32+
PHOT-34+
PHOT-34A+
PHOT-34B+
PHOT-35
PHOT-36
PHOT-48+
PHOTO-32+
PHOTO-33A+
PHOTO-33B+
PHOTO-33C+
PHOTO-34A+
PHOTO-34B+
PHOTO-48+

Fundamentals of Photography
PHOT-10A
PHOT-10AL+
PHOT-10AR+
PHOT-10B
PHOT-10BL+
PHOT-11A
PHOT-30+
PHOT-31+
PHOT-57+
PHOT-57A+
PHOT-57B+
PHOTO-10A+
PHOTO-10AL+
PHOTO-10AR
PHOTO-10B+
PHOTO-10BL+
PHOTO-30+
PHOTO-31+
PHOTO-57A+
PHOTO-57B+