Transfer Articulation Agreement Usc
For schools without agreement, USC has a history of articulation for each school we have received transfer work from. Articulation stories are unofficial summaries of courses reported by students. These are not exhaustive and vary considerably depending on the number of classes available, depending on the number of students who have reported transfer work from each school. The announcement of the history of the joint is specific to the date, and students who choose a term in the fall of 2014 or earlier see the PRIORITY GE program that we have assigned in the past. Your admissions advisor can help you access your transfer institution`s articulation history and use it to help you choose your fall classes. Why not online courses? In most cases, online courses receive the same credit in transmission as the classroom version to the issuing institution. However, online or hybrid laboratory science courses do not meet categories 3, D or E and do not deserve to be equivalent to USC laboratory science courses. Online or hybrid foreign language courses are not usc foreign language courses and do not meet language requirements. If you have taken a traditional version of one of these courses at a school where the course is also available online, we cannot guarantee equivalence or credit in advance. Once the course is completed, you will need to provide additional documentation to show that you were registered in the class version of the class.
The documentation usually contains a registration summary and your course program; Please keep copies of all related materials. We are sorry, but due to our need to quickly process the course work transfer credit assessment for students starting in the fall, prior summer authorization of transfer courses is not available for newly admitted students. In the meantime, we recommend that new Spring Admits use our Find Your Counselor tool to identify the admissions counsellor for the institution you want to take transfer courses from. Your advisor can help you understand how the transfer process works in general and has access to the articulation history of all the courses we have accepted in the past by your transfer institution. You`ll also know what kind of credit we`ve given for certain types of frequently transferred classes, and can make some educated assumptions about what you probably (or won`t) get in The Transfer. Your advisor should be a good resource for you when it comes to predicting your transfer balance for completed courses and choosing courses for the summer or fall before you start. USC`s general education program consists of courses in the arts, life sciences, physical sciences, quantitative resoning, humanist study and social analysis (six basic skills) and global perspectives. With careful planning, students can take eight (8) of the 10 (10) GE courses required at their Community College before moving to USC. USC does not need a minimum number of transfer units, but students with less than 30 transferable semester units are evaluated based on their high school records and SAT/ACT scores. How do I know which transfer classes should be taken in the fall? You can find articulation agreements with many California community colleges that indicate exactly what credit courses are received on the credit transfer site.