The university will accept a maximum of 70 transferable units.
Students transferring to CSU have the option of completing the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) of the California State University General Education Certification Pattern. Students transferring
Transferable courses are those designated for that purpose by the college or university offering the courses. All College of the Canyons courses numbered 100 or above in the catalog are transferable at least as electives.
with certification of general education requirements are assured that they have met up to 39 of the 48-unit minimum requirements for the bachelor's degree. Students transferring without certification of general education must complete the pattern of courses required of "native" students, as outlined in the catalog of the particular state university. Catalogs for all CSU campuses and copies of articulation agreements, which list the College of the Canyons courses that are equivalent to lower division courses offered at many CSU campuses, are available in the Transfer Center (Room A-101 Counseling Office) and via ASSIST on the Internet.
Some majors, such as business administration, computer science and engineering may be impacted at some campuses, i.e., more applications are received during the first month of the filing period than can be accommodated. In such cases, campuses use supplementary admissions criteria such as grade point average, required subjects or test scores to screen applications. Applications for admission to an impacted program must be filed during the first month of the filing period. To be considered in impacted programs at two or more campuses, applications must be filed to each. Information about screening criteria is available in the Counseling Office.