Extended Education and International Programs

Global Engagement

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Center for Global Education Partnership

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is proud to partner with Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Center for Global Education to prepare the leaders of tomorrow by providing a unique educational experience in Lima and Monterey Bay. Students pursuing the Center for Global Education Broward College (CGE) program can easily transfer to California State University, Monterey Bay to earn a Bachelor’s degree in the field of their choosing.

Admission Requirements

Must carry a minimum 2.0 GPA on university credits (on a 4.0 scale) and a cumulative 2.4 GPA from high school. Applicants will submit Broward and high school transcripts.

English Proficiency

Students who pass the English Composition I and II courses (transfers as CSUMB A2) while at Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola will meet English Proficiency requirements for admission to CSU Monterey Bay.

Important Dates
USIL Broward partnership
USIL Broward
CSUMB Business and Information Technology Building
California State University, Monterey Bay, California

Pre-approved transfer courses

Below is a list of courses available from USIL CGE Broward which meet transfer requirements to CSUMB. Courses can be taken in any order.

Students must complete one course in each of the General Education areas in order to complete that requirement. Additional courses taken at USIL may transfer to CSUMB and will be evaluated at the time of admission.

    • SPC1608 – Introduction to Public Speaking
    • ENC1101 – English Composition I
    • ENC1102 – English Composition II
    • CHM1045 – General Chemistry
    • GEO1000 – Introduction to Geography
    • BSC1005 – General Biology
    • BSC1005L – General Biology Laboratory
    • CHM1045L – General Chemistry I Lab
    • MAC1105 – College Algebra
    • MAC2233 – Calculus for Business, Social & Life
    • STA2023 – Statistics
    • MUL2010 – Music Appreciation
    • THE2000 – Theatre Appreciation
    • AML2010 – American Literature: Colonial to 1900
    • AML2020 – American Literature
    • AML2600 – African American Literature
    • CRW1001 – Creative Writing
    • ENL2012 – British Literature to 1798
    • ENL2330 – Introduction to Shakespeare
    • LIT2000 – Introduction to Literature
    • LIT2020 – Introduction to the Short Story
    • LIT2030 – Introduction to Poetry
    • LIT2120 – World Literature from Enlightenment to Modern
    • LIT2190 – Caribbean Literature
    • LIT2310 – Literature of the Supernatural & Sci Fiction
    • PHI2010 – Introduction to Philosophy
    • PHI2600 – Introduction to Ethics
    • ECO2013 – Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECO2023 – Principles of Microeconomics
    • EUH1001 – Survey of Western Civilization II
    • INR2002 – Introduction to International Relations
    • PSY2012 – General Psychology
    • AMH2010 – History of the United States to 1877
    • AMH2020 – History of the United States since 1877
    • POS2041 – National Government