Uc Irvine Articulation Agreement
The AO works with the faculty to identify courses that articulate to meet the general requirements of California State University (CSU) and the University of California (UC), as well as campus-specific course-to-course articulations, which are important for key preparation requirements. In addition, the AO allows for agreements with other community colleges, private and non-state colleges, and universities. The AO is a lawyer for the transfer student and tries to facilitate the transfer process by providing up-to-date advice on the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Programme (IGETC), the CSU General Education Breadth and the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT). ASSIST is not involved in the decision as to which courses are transferable to UC or CSU. ASSIST only publishes articulation agreements. You can`t determine if courses are articulated by looking at course numbers, titles, or even descriptions in catalogs. The only way to determine if and how a course is articulated is to consider an articulation agreement. Click below on your school to view the 2018-19 UCI Articulation Agreements. Please note that these documents are temporary guides. For the most up-to-date information, please visit assist.org/ Articulation is the process that connects the program between community colleges and universities so that students can move from a community college to a university without experiencing any delay or duplication of courses. .