You can`t see if the courses are articulated by looking at course numbers, titles or even descriptions in catalogs. The only way to know if and how a course is articulated is an articulation contract. Students can use ASSIST to verify the agreements between Irvine Valley College, CSUs and UCs. Each university campus will have different articulation agreements with different universities, even if they are colleges in the same district. For example, Irvine Valley College and Saddleback College have different articulation agreements, although they are sister schools. Nor can you assume that a university community course is accepted in the same way on different campuses in the same university system. UCLA, for example, does not automatically use a course in the same way as UCSD. A course that does not appear on an agreement is not transferred to the LMU. ASSIST.org is the official repository of the articulation for California colleges and universities (UC, CSU, CCC`s) and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information on the public transfer of students to California. While work is underway to bring you a new ASSIST, you`ll also find additional articulation information about TempIST. Not all university campuses offer a articulation with each university or for all their majors or departments.
Many university campuses focus on their major feeder colleges and their most popular transfer majors. This does not mean that students cannot pass on. This means that these students must speak directly with an admissions counsellor and/or a specialist counsellor at the university concerned. Articulation agreements are formal agreements between two campuses. The articulation agreements in ASSIST are developed by the reception campus (the university campus in our examples) and entered into the ASSIST database. Each university campus is responsible for all the details of its articulation. This equivalence, or articulation, can be carried out by course, for important needs and/or for general education needs. In some cases, courses are articulated (are identified) only as courses of choice. This means that, although the units are transferred, the course does not meet any of the requirements listed above. ASSIST is not involved in the decision on transferable courses to the UC or CSU.
Assist writes only articulation chords. There is an important difference between these two terms, transposable and articulated, but they are often used as if they were interchangeable. The following information is based on the transferable articulation for the transition from a community school to a UC or CSU campus. Students enrolled in regionally accredited institutions can plan for their future at the LMU by following the information contained in the transfer contracts and meeting our requirements and transfer deadlines. Students or schools with questions should contact the Office of Transfer Admission and Enrollment Services at 310.338.5913 or email@example.com. The following schools/higher education institutions have agreements with the LMU on the portability of their courses. In general, courses can be transferred to the LMU in three ways: Explore transfer agreements at source or destination. Choose and follow you to save lessons, fees and time until you graduate. A transferable course is a course that is taken at a university or university and can be used for unit credits at another institution.
This does not indicate how the course can be used to respond to a request for expertise on a university campus. The LMU participates in the College Board`s Advanced Placement Program. Upon entry to university, students can obtain credit for the subjects in which they completed the AP exams with a minimum score of 4. Once the official grades are received by the College Board, candidates are informed of the advanced classification and course credit in accordance with the following table.