Fullerton College Articulation Agreement

9 Apr

In addition to ASSIST, course games (course equivalents) are available for some private and non-governmental institutions via the CollegeSource Transfer Evaluation Sytem (TES) website. Joints for the CSU CourseMatch and Fully online courses are also available on TES. Students can see how other CSU online courses are accepted by CSU, Fullerton. Click on the ASSIST icon below to see the articulation agreements between CSU, Fullerton and California Community Colleges. Some course joints with other CSUs are also available on ASSIST. Joint agreements identify individual transfer centre courses that are comparable or “acceptable” to the CSU,Fullerton (CSUF). The success of an articulation course ensures that students receive corresponding study credits after their stint at the CSUF. The ASSIST website is the official national directory of articulation information that includes UC Transferable Course Agreements (TCA), IGETC lists, CSU Baccalaureate lists, CSU GE Breadth lists, Race to Course to Course Articulation and Major Preparation for California and California State Universities. . Please note that the course equivalencies shown in TES may be revised.

New institutions and additional courses can be added on a regular basis. The final decision on all transfer courses remains entrusted to the Evaluation Office and the Joint Office, in consultation with the various colleges and department heads. ** . Warning – © 2018 Fullerton College. Unlawful Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Assault/Misconduct Fullerton College is part of the North Orange County Community District. . Accredited by the Accreditation Board of Community colleges and youth of the Association of Schools and Colleges of the West . .

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