Spartanburg Methodist College is expected to build a solid academic foundation. For your continued success, we are proud to be able to offer a large number of connection programs with four-year institutions in the Southeast. Currently, we participate in the following agreements: Pepperdine University has entered into agreements with the following Community Colleges to accept certain General Education credit courses at Seaver College. Only the agreements on this page apply. These agreements are information tools for students in the schools listed below who wish to switch to Seaver and may not apply to students currently attending Seaver College. (For example, current students must complete the spirit and religion sequences in the residence.) Therefore, current students should contact our office or OneStop for information on the transfer and stay conditions that apply to them. If your school is not listed below, please review our list of education requirements to determine if a course is transferred. To view the agreements, simply select the following links. You need free Adobe Acrobat Reader to play the following files. We have transfer agreements with the following schools: Click below on your school to view the 2018-19 UCI articulation conventions.
Please note that these documents are temporary guides. For the most up-to-date information, please visit assist.org/ visit assist.org/ to find the full list of the most important preparation and transfer courses at your institution. The UCI articulation agreements relating to ASSIST will include new and updated majors and admission requirements in autumn 2020. ASSIST is a computerized information system for student transfer that can be accessed via the World Wide Web. It shows reports on how course points earned at a California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official articulation repository for California colleges and universities and therefore provides the most accurate and up-to-date information on transferring students to California. Use this tool to check if and how the courses taken at California Community College are applied to your core business requirements in the lower division of CSULB. Articulation is the process that connects two educational institutions to allow students to move smoothly from Community College to university or university, without delay or duplication. Courses at Community College are identified as equivalent to courses at the university.
This allows students to meet an academic requirement by posting an identified equivalent course (articulated course) at Community College. This equivalence or articulation can be achieved from one course to another, for the main requirements and/or for the general educational requirements. In some cases, courses are only expressed as optional (identified) subjects. This means that, although the course is transferred, the course does not meet any of the requirements mentioned above. Santa Monica College`s articulation agreements with California State University and the University of California are available on the assist website on the inter-institutional transfer articulation system. Bridging programs are agreements between SMC and other higher education institutions to recognize the work done by SMC students and pave the way for a four-year agreement. SMC students who wish to move to another college through a bridge program must still meet all the requirements to be admitted to the four-year institution. . . .