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AA-T and AS-T Degrees

Benefits of earning an Associates Degree for Transfer

  • Guarantees admission with junior standing to the CSU system.
  • Defines this degree as having sixty transferrable units that include the IGETC or CSU GE Breadth pattern and 18 units in a major or area of emphasis.
  • Provides students with priority admission to their local CSU campus and to a program or major that is similar to their major or area of emphasis at the community college. It does not provide aguarantee to a specific campus or major, so students should work hard to be academically competitive when applying to popular CSU campuses outside their local area and to popular majors.
  • Prohibits the CSU from requiring students to repeat courses that are similar to courses completed as part of the associate degree for transfer at the community college.
  • Prohibits the CSU from requiring students to take more than 60 units to complete a 120-unit baccalaureate degree.

 For more information, please visit the website, Degree With a Guarantee.


Administration of Justice AS-T
Anthropology AA-T
Art History AA-T
Biology AS-T
Business Administration AS-T
Communication Studies AA-T
Computer Science AS-T
Early Childhood Education AS-T
Economic AS-T
Elementary Teacher Education AA-T
English AA-T
Environmental Science AS-T
Geography AA-T
Geology AS-T
Global Studies AA-T
History AA-T
Hospitality Management AA-T
Journalism AA-T
Kinesiology AA-T
Mathematics AS-T
Music AA-T
Philosophy AA-T
Physics AS-T
Political Science AA-T
Psychology AA-T
Public Health AS-T
Social Justice Studies AA-T
Sociology AA-T
Spanish AA-T
Studio Arts AA-T
Theater Arts AA-T