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Academic and Career Technical Programs for Certificate, Degree and Transfer

2017-2018 program requirements are effective Fall 2017 through Summer 2018.
 
Associate Degree for Transfer Administration of Justice ​  Associate Degree for Transfer ​Kinesiology
 Alcohol/Drug Studies  Leadership
 Allied Health  Legal Assistant​
 American Indian Studies  Liberal Arts
 American Sign Language  Management/Supervision
Associate Degree for Transfer Anthropology Associate Degree for Transfer Mathematics
Associate Degree for Transfer Art  ​​Multimedia
 Audio & Video Technology Associate Degree for Transfer Music
 Automotive/Transportation Technology  Musical Theater
Associate Degree for Transfer Business Administration  Nursing: Registered Nursing
 Business: Office Administration  Occupational Internship
Associate Degree for Transfer Child Development and Education Associate Degree for Transfer Philosophy​
Associate Degree for Transfer Communication Studies  ​​Photography
Associate Degree for Transfer Computer Information Systems  Physical Education
 Dance Associate Degree for Transfer ​​​Political Science
 Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate Degree for Transfer Psychology
 Digital Media  Real Estate
Associate Degree for Transfer ​Economics  Science
 Engineering Technology  Social/Behavioral Sciences
Associate Degree for Transfer English  Sociology
 English as a Second Language  Theater Arts​
 Environmental Studies  Turf & Landscape Management
Associate Degree for Transfer Film, Television and Electronic Media    Viticulture, Enology and Winery Technology​
 Fire Technology  Water Technology
Associate Degree for Transfer Geography and Geographic Information Science  ​​
Associate Degree for Transfer History​
 Honors Enrichment Program
 Humanities
 
 
Associate Degree for Transfer = Associate Degree for Transfer
Earn priority admission to the California State University with junior standing once you earn an Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) at a California community college. The new joint transfer program is the best path for students like you to transfer between the two college systems. Complete 60 units at a California community college to receive your AA-T or AS-T, then complete 60 units at a California State University to receive your bachelor’s degree. For more information, go to ADegreeWithAGuarantee.com