Articulation is the process of developing a formal written agreement, courses (or study sequences) on a “transmitter” campus (z.B. San Diego Miramar College) that are comparable or acceptable with certain course requirements on a “reception campus” (z.B. UC, CSU or private university). Articulation agreements are designed to reduce the loss of credit or repeat course work from one institution to another and to ensure that students have adequate training and academic preparation to successfully transfer to university. Links between first-year community university students with a guaranteed admissions program at UCSD. University Link (U-Link) is your way to a four-year first class university via community college. A signed agreement is required for UCSD`s U-Link programme. No signed agreement is required for the SDSU BALISE. The following links are transfer guides provided directly by the universities listed below or the CCC transfer site.
Please note that these are not articulation agreements that have not been verified or approved by the San Diego Miramar College Articulation Office. We have made great preparation arrangements with many Colleges of Californians. Visit the ASSIST website to find out how to transfer your course work to UC San Diego. Private/independent/extra-state minimum transfer requests are available on the California Community College Transfer Site (CCC). The list below represents some of the institutions in which Miramar has entered into agreements. Transfer Admission Guarantee (GAD) programs are designed to facilitate the transition from a community school to a 4-year university. The requirements for each of these programs/agreements vary. Check out the following information to learn more. The joint is a formalized planning tool that helps clarify the path of transfer to a student`s preferred university. Each university and captain has different requirements, including specific courses that students should take before the transfer. Many courses at San Diego Miramar College have articulation agreements with various regionally accredited public and private universities, which allow students to develop a clearly defined education map/plan to get started and stay on track to achieve their transfer and graduation goals. If you have any questions about specific articulation agreements or request an official course framework (COR), please contact Mara Sanft, Miramar`s joint manager, at email@example.com.
Ruben Lubers Interim Deputy Director 209-386-3740 firstname.lastname@example.org The official filing of articulation agreements between California Community Colleges and California Public Universities is on www.ASSIST.org.