This screen is required if Transfer is a primary goal on Basic Program Info screen.
Complete and attach the Transfer GE Worksheet.
Column A: Overwrite the italicized cells with Course Block TItles (such as Required Courses, Electives). They should match the Course Block Titles on the Course Blocks screen. Enter the units for each Course Block. You can add or remove rows as needed.
Column B: Enter the exact course number and title, as shown on the Course Blocks screen,
Column C: Enter the units for each class.
Column D: Enter the CSU GE-Breadth Area (letter and number) if applicable. Only enter areas that are approved and appear on ASSIST.
Column E: Enter the IGETC Area (number and letter) if applicable. Only enter areas that are approved and appear on ASSIST.
Required Major Total: Enter the minimum and maximum total units in the major (not counting GE). If the units do not vary, enter the same number in both cells.
Completion of CSU-GE Breadth or IGETC pattern: These fields are filled out; do not alter them.
Possible double-counting: Calculate the minimum and maximum number of units in the major that can also count for CSU GEB and IGETC.
Double counting refers to how the units in a degree can be used to fulfill both major preparation and transfer GE requirements. The general guidelines for double counting are:
Transferable electives (as needed to reach 60 units): This section is auto calculated based on min/max units and double-counted units; do not alter.
Total Units: This is filled out and should not be altered for most degrees. For high-unit majors, you can overwrite 60 and the calculations will adjust accordingly.
An inter-segmentally developed Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) defines the major or area of emphasis for all ADT (transfer) degrees. In the implementation process for SB1440 and Education Code section 66746, the ASCCC, in collaboration with the CSU Academic Senate, has developed a Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) for certain majors that have been identified for students who transfer from a California community college to CSU.
Once a TMC template is finalized, CCC faculty may then develop degrees that align with the TMC. The designators for these aligned TMC degrees are:
If you are submitting an ADT, attach the completed TMC template and any additional transfer documentation as specified on the template.
For traditional (non-ADT) Associate degrees, colleges should demonstrate, to extent possible:
Specifically, documentation could include: