Usc Articulation Agreement Out Of State

Azusa Pacific University General Culture; APU and El Camino College courses Artikulation El Camino College articulation agreements with California State University and the University of California, you will find on the inter-institutional articulation transfer site. ASSIST is an online information system for student transfers, which shows how course points earned at a public California Community College can be applied when they enter a four-year California university. We have articulation agreements with private/independent colleges in California and board guides printed in the consulting department for those marked with an asterisk * How do I know which transfer courses I need to take in the fall? You can find articulation agreements with many California community colleges that state exactly the credit courses that will be received on the undergraduate Transfer Credit website. Please read the entire agreement carefully. USC will respect the transfer credit set fore in these agreements. The articulation agreements currently show an in-kind allocation for the NEW GE programme. Incoming students taking the NEW GE program can use these resources to verify the equivalency of optional subjects, GE, writing, foreign language, and USC courses. In the meantime, we encourage new Spring Admits to use our Find Your Counselor tool to identify the accreditation advisor at the institution from which you wish to take transfer courses. Your advisor can help you understand how the transfer process works in general and has access to the articulation history of all the courses we have accepted in the past by your transfer institution. You`ll also know what kind of credit we give for certain types of frequently transferred classes, and can make some solid assumptions about what you`ll likely get (or won`t receive). Your advisor should be a good resource for you to predict your transfer credit for completed courses and choose courses for the summer or fall before you start. Explore transfer agreements by source or destination. Choose and follow one to save tuition, fees, and time to some extent.

We are sorry, but due to our need to quickly process the transfer-credit evaluation of course work for students from the fall, the summer prior authorization of transfer courses is not available for newly admitted students. What if I took classes at a school that doesn`t appear on the Articulation homepage? First, look at the transfer to USC, which contains guidelines for determining whether an electoral credit course is being transferred and whether it meets a closing requirement. Second, click here to access the Transfer Planning Guide (TPG). For many institutions, the TPG displays courses that we have evaluated, that earn specialized credits or that meet lower requirements for the selected major. The GPT does not contain a complete list of courses offered at these institutions. Therefore, if the school you want to take is not listed or if the courses you want to take are not displayed, please proceed to the third step. Third, talk to your admissions advisor, who can provide information from our database of courses that have already been entrusted by the university you wish to take. You can identify your advisor with contact information on the admissions advisor page or call the accreditation at (213) 740-1111. List of employees Eric Kidder, Articulation Officer ekidder@usc.edu Shelby King, Senior Joint Analyst shelbylk@usc.edu Carrie-Lou Gray, Assistant Joint cgray@usc.edu Marcela Moreno, Articulation Analyst mmoreno8@usc.edu Alpha by student`s last name: A-G David Van, Articulation Analyst dvandyke@usc.edu Alpha-Distribution by student`s last name: H-O Austin Foxxe, Articulation, analyst foxxe@usc.edu Distribution Alpha by last name of student n: P-Z University of the Redlands; Main Preparation: Business (Update in Progress) University of Southern California (USC) GE Model for Students Who Started University Before Fall 2015 Can I re-deliver courses abroad? Perhaps, but not all foreign programs will be transferred to usC…