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AA/T and AS/T Transfer Programs

The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (SB 1440 – Padilla), signed into legislation on September 29, 2010, enables the California Community Colleges and California State University to collaborate on the creation of Associate in Arts Degree (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) Degree transfer programs. This new law requires community colleges to grant an associate degree for transfer to a student once a student has met specified general education and major requirements for the degree. Upon completion of the associate degree, the student is eligible for transfer with junior standing into the California State University (CSU) system.

Students are given guaranteed admission into the California State University (CSU) system, and further are given priority consideration when applying to a particular program that has accepted the student’s community college major as appropriate preparation for completion of the baccalaureate. The law prohibits the CSU from requiring a transferring student to repeat courses similar to those taken at the community college that counted toward their associate degree for transfer. Read more.

The following CSUMB Degree Programs accept AS-T or AA-T certified students:

AA\-T / AS\-T Program CSUMB Degree Program
Anthropology Social & Behavioral Sciences, B.A. concentration in Anthropology
Art History Visual & Public Art, B.A.
Biology Biology, B.S.
Business Business Administration, B.S.
Child and Adolescent Development Human Development & Family Studies, B.A.
Communication Studies Human Communication, B.A. concentrations in Journalism and Media Studies; Practical & Professional Ethics; and Writing & Rhetoric
Computer Science Computer Science, B.S.
Early Childhood Education Human Development & Family Studies, B.A.
Elementary Education Liberal Studies, B.A.
English Human Communication, B.A. concentrations in Literary & Film Studies; English Subject Matter Preparation; Writing & Rhetoric; and Creative Writing & Social Action
Film, Television, and Electronic Media Cinematic Arts & Technology, B.A.
Geography Social & Behavioral Sciences, B.A. concentration in Geographic Information Systems
History Human Communication, B.A. in History, Oral History and New Media OR Social & Behavioral Sciences, B.A. concentration in Social History
Journalism Human Communication, B.A. concentration in Journalism & Media Studies
Kinesiology Kinesiology, B.S.
Mathematics Mathematics, B.S.
Philosophy Human Communication, B.A. concentration in Practical & Professional Ethics
Psychology Psychology, B.A.
Political Science Social & Behavioral Sciences, B.A. concentration in Political Economy
Spanish Spanish Language & Hispanic Cultures, B.A.
Sociology Social & Behavioral Sciences, B.A.
Studio Art Visual & Public Art, B.A.