Associate Degree for Transfer

Are you ready to take your education to the next level? Complete your major preparation and general education requirements at a California community college to get a guaranteed saved spot at participating four-year universities.

Associate Degree for Transfer Students Learning at California Community Colleges

A Degree with a Guarantee

California community colleges and partnering institutions created the transfer program to make it easier for community college students to transfer to a guaranteed saved spot at a participating four-year university where you can earn a bachelor's degree.

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Dozens of Transfer Destinations

Our partner colleges include CSU institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, fully online and out-of-state universities and independent colleges and universities in California.

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Dozens of Transfer Degree Programs

Get your associate of arts degree for transfer (AA-T) or associate of science degree for transfer (AS-T) in one of 40 majors that lead to thousands of transfer pathways at participating 4-year universities.

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Thousands of Transfer Pathways

Whether you have concrete career goals or you're still finding your way, our transfer degree programs will put you on the road to success.

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Nearly Limitless Benefits

You significantly boost your future earning power by obtaining a bachelor's degree. You also save time and money by starting at a community college while receiving an associate degree along the way.

The Transfer Process

Every year, over 100,000 California community college students transfer to a four-year university to earn their bachelor's degree every year. That's why we made the process streamlined and stress-free.
  1. Step 1:

    Start at a California community college

    Complete your general education requirements and major-specific coursework at a California community college. Keep your grades up, meet the requirements for your preferred university and major, and submit all application materials on time.

  2. Step 2:

    Transfer to your saved spot

    Students who complete 60 semester units of required coursework and meet all admission requirements can receive guaranteed admission into participating four-year colleges.

  3. Step 3:

    Earn your bachelor's degree

    After you transfer, you will start as a junior at your new university. In most cases, you will be only 60 semester units away from earning your bachelor's degree. You will not be required to repeat courses similar to those you already completed.

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