Transfer Articulation Agreements

WHERE SHOULD I TRANSFER TO?

Deciding where to transfer to is a very important decision for any college student.  It is important to research universities regarding the programs they offer and the financial cost. Review below for San Diego City College's course articulation agreements with the California State Universities, UC universities and many private and independent universities.

Review the following guide for information on Private Universities in San Diego.

San Diego Private University Transfer Guide (PDF)

    CALIFORNIA State  universities (csu)      Apply to CSU

    What do you need to transfer to a CSU?   Location and Contact information

    1. Preparation for the Major  Click here    
    2. General Education Patterns: CSUGEC BREADTH or IGETC(pdf)  60 Transferable Semester units or credits

      University OF CALIFORNIA (UC)        Apply to UC  

      What do you need to transfer to a UC?   UCs Location & Contact Information

      1. UC Preparation for the Major Click here
      2. UC General Education Pattern: (IGETC) pdf
      3. You need 60 Transferable Semester units or credits UC Transfer Application Guide (PDF) PRIVATE & INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITIES ARTICULATION agreements


      Directory & Contact Information

       


      There are over 75 nonprofit, independent colleges and universities in California. Because every nonprofit, independent college and university has a unique character, there will be at least one that fits your needs.
      San Diego City College has transfer articulation agreements  with the colleges and universities listed below.

      We are currently updating all articulation agreements. If there is an articulation agreements you are interested in and it is unavailable, please call 619-388-3722.  Review the following guide for information on Private Universities in San Diego.  San Diego Private University Transfer Guide(PDF)

    • California Baptist University
      • United States University 
        • Addendum to the

          Articulation Agreement

          Between

          Roseman University of Health Sciences, College of Nursing-Nevada

          and

          San Diego City College

          This addendum and Appendix changes the Articulation Agreement, dated March 1, 2013 between Roseman University of Health Sciences, College of Nursing-Nevada and San Diego City College.

          On Page 4 under Section IV. MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS, the following has been added:

          Students transferring from the San Diego City College must meet the following minimum admission requirements to be

          considered for admission into Roseman University of Health Sciences – Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program:

          1. Submit a signed Roseman University of Health Sciences-College of Nursing application, with the required application fee,

          2. Earn a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution, or its equivalent.

          3. Earn a cumulative 2.75 or higher grade point average for all required prerequisite coursework,

          4. Earn a cumulative 2.75 or higher grade point average in the last 60-semester credits of attempted undergraduate coursework. The last 60-semester credits:

          a. Must be directed toward an academic program of study,

          b. May not be occupational, technical, certificate, or professional training capacity coursework,

          c. May not be developmental or remedial, and

          d. Will be determined at the discretion of the College of Nursing

          5. Transferable credit will not be given for any course completed with less than a C grade/less than a 2.0 grade point average,

          6. Complete an interview with the Admissions Committee,

          7. Submit official transcripts from all institutions previously attended,

          8. Submit official Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) test results dated within the past 12 months, and

          9. Meet the current minimum requirements of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) examination as indicated by Roseman University of Health Sciences, College of Nursing-Nevada.

          Beginning on Page 6, the following notations have been added in Appendix A:

          "Must include labs" under the Human Anatomy & Physiology Part I and II requirements

          "*Required for both Bachelor of Science and Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs" under the following prerequisites:

           Chemistry/Biochemistry

           Human Anatomy & Physiology I and II

           General Microbiology

           Statistics

           US and Nevada Constitution