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After using the features currently available on ASSIST, students may also be required to visit the websites of the CSU/UC campus host sites to view campus-specific articulation agreements „by major” or „by department.” (IMPORTANT: Only „large” articulation chords show which courses are needed for a major.) Below you will find articulation information and course equivalencies for territorial institutions: The articulation agreements between the DAC and the CSU and the UC campuses can be consulted by the majors, the departments (course courses) and, if available, the width of the general culture (GE) on ASSIST. NOTE: Joint agreements will be published on the PHASEd ASSIST site as CSU and UC campuses update their recent agreements with CCC campuses as soon as possible. DAC has formal articulation agreements with the CS and UC campuses and other four-year regionally accredited colleges and universities in California and beyond. To determine whether a CAD course is articulated with a university or university, it must appear on a formal articulation agreement between the two institutions. Students can continue to successfully move to four-year higher education institutions and universities without formal articulation agreements. Many private and non-state colleges and universities offer unofficial transfer guides or equivalency credit transfers that can provide students with general information about transferable internships. It is important to note that transfer guides and equivalency credit transfers are not articulation agreements and should be used as a consulting tool in consultation with a DAC or university advisor or a four-year representative for transfer or university admission universities. This C-ID articulation page serves as a tool to determine courses throughout the California Community College system that are transferred to Holy Names University. Simply filter Holy Names` funding through C-ID, institution, course or university course to determine portability. Please note that this page contains thousands of records so it works best if it has had some time to load all the courses. De Anza College develops and maintains articulation agreements between GE and/or majors with certain California private universities and universities, including: articulation agreements with California universities and universities are subject to periodic and/or annual updates. Students are urged to consult with a DAC or academic advisor and an admissions representative of the interest transfer institution to determine the portability of DAC courses.

. . . CSU-GE broad certification list (last updated April 2016) . ASSIST is a student transfer information system that shows how studies at a Community College of California (CCC) can be applied when transferred to a campus of California State University (CSU) or the University of California (UC).