Advanced Placement and international bachelor`s exams can be used to benefit students in two ways. Tests with a score of 3 or higher for AP tests or 5 or more for IB tests can be used for unit credit. Units from credit-bearing examinations can help students meet the unit`s minimum requirements, but are not included in the unit`s maximum admission directive. Students can also use AP and IB exams for general and/or technical credits and are asked to check ASSIST.org or guide.berkeley.edu for details. For more information on using AP credits, visit the UC Exam Credit Matrix (external link). ASSIST is California`s national repository for information transfers for university systems California Community Colleges (CCC), California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) and provides easy access to a unique database of articulation and transfer information. ASSIST helps you determine if you receive credit for courses you have already taken or plan to take, and how these courses apply to a specific core or general academic training. Visit the ASSIST site for Berkeley City College courses, which are transferable to the systems of the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) under these different types of articulation agreements. Please view online demonstrations on how to use the ASSIST site by visiting ASSIST demos. Thanks to the ASSIST website, you can also explore the UC – CSU Majors. Below are the course descriptions and documents that you must submit to your joint manager for evaluation: If you are submitting an articulation course to the ENV DES 1, please indicate that candidates must take all the basic preparation courses necessary to be admitted. Please check ASSIST.org to see the articulation agreement between the University of California, Berkeley and your college. Please contact us if you notice any abnormalities with our joint; z.B.
a change of course number and title. For specific questions, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Not all 4-year-old university campuses offer articulation with any university in the community or for all their majors or departments. Many 4-year-olds focus on their main foster colleges. This does not mean that you cannot transfer as a student. This means that you must speak directly to a Berkeley City College counselor and a 4-year admissions counselor. In addition, each 4-year-old university campus will have different joints with different community universities, even if they are colleges in the same district. For example, Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Merritt and Laney have different articulation agreements, although they are sister schools. Nor can you assume that a community college course is accepted in the same way at different 4-year universities. UC Berkeley, for example, does not automatically use a course like UC Los Angeles.
Information on articulation agreements (course equivalences) at the University of California and other campuses can be found in the course lists below. General learning conventions identify a course model that can meet the requirements of lower general education services.