Transfer Pathways have been developed for most majors at our local partner universities. If the major and/or transfer school you are interested in is not included in our resource directory, you can obtain articulation information on the ASSIST website or see a counselor for assistance.
Please select a university from the list below:
- Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
- Southern New Hampshire University (online)
Southern New Hampshire University has partnered with California community colleges to give students acces to affordable, career-focused degree progams online.
- UMass (Formerly Brandman)
- University of La Verne
- Western Governors University
Western Governors University is a private, nonprofit university offering online programs in Business, Education, Health Professions and Information Technology. WGU’s tuition is about $7500 annually. A student can start on the first of any month. Scholarships available for California community college students. For more information, please schedule an appointment with Dr. Kimberly Ellis, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Los Angeles/Inland Empire Community college here click the link above.
The University of California (UC) system has developed “transfer pathways” for the top 21 majors**. By following these pathways, you can prepare for your major to ANY of the nine undergraduate campuses in the UC system. More majors will be added in the coming year so continue to check back for more information.
The current top 21 majors include:
- Business administration
- Cell biology
- Computer science
- Electrical engineering
- Film and media studies
- Mechanical engineering
- Molecular biology
- Political science
Following the pathways that are set does NOT guarantee admissions to the UC; however, it gives students a clear roadmap to prepare for the given major.
If you do not see your major listed, use ASSIST to find the most up-to-date major preparation information.
For more information and to see the current pathways, please visit UC Transfer Pathways.
**Please note, these pathways are meant to be a guide for minimum admissions major preparation. It is recommend that you utilize ASSIST to determine other requirements which may be necessary to complete your degree at each UC campus.