Resources for Getting a Course Articulated with a California State
Getting a course approved for CSU Transferability
Getting a course approved for CSU General Education
CSU Guiding notes
Getting a course approved for CSU American Institutions:
Resources for Getting a Course Articulated with a University of California
Transferable Course Agreements (TCA)
These agreements identify the general transferability of community college
courses to the University of California. Courses must first be approved for
addition to the TCA before any other type of articulation may be proposed.
Courses approved for transfer unit credit count as advanced standing elective
credit toward a university degree on any of the 10 UC campuses.
The basic principles used in determining the transferability of CCC courses are:
- The course should be comparable to one offered at the lower division
level on any of the UC campuses in scope, level, and prerequisite.
- If the course is not comparable to any offered at UC, it must be
appropriate for a
university degree in terms of its purpose, scope and depth.
Special Regulations for Courses in Specific Subject Areas
Getting a course approved for IGETC
IGETC Standards Policies and Procedures Handbook
California Community College Course Outlines
Several Community Colleges have course outlines available for viewing online.
here to view.