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Transfer Credit Information

Course to Course Transfer Equivalence

Student transferring from California Community Colleges and 4-year public institution may refer to articulation agreements on the ASSIST website to find CSU Channel Islands major course equivalencies for work completed. ASSIST also provides CSU General Education and IGETC certification lists as well as approved courses for the fulfillment for the American Institutions Requirement.

Agreements organized by Department contain equivalencies in course prefix order, i.e., all courses that articulate in the ART prefix, all courses that articulate in the BIO prefix, etc. Agreements organized by Major contain only those courses articulated in a specific major. New articulation agreements are being published on a continual basis in an effort to increase the amount of articulation to students and schools.

www.assist.org

 

Advanced Placement (AP) Credit for Exams

AP exams passed with a score of 3 or higher will earn semester credit in line with CSU EO 1036 and CSU Coded Memorandum AA-2010-09. Exams passed earn a grade of credit (CR) and are not calculated into the GPA. Extension of credit is reviewed annually and occasionally varies from exam year to exam year, as content, exams and Channel Islands curricula are subject to change.

AP Credit - All Years  (PDF, 153 KB)

 

International Baccalaureate (IB) Credit for Exams

IB exams at the Higher Level (HL) passed with the scores noted below will earn semester credit in line with CSU EO 1036 and CSU Coded Memorandum AA-2010-09.  Exams passed earn a grade of credit (CR) and are not calculated into the GPA. Extension of credit is reviewed annually and occasionally varies from exam year to exam year, as content, exams and  Channel Islands curricula are subject to change.

Select the year of the exam.

2010 to Present (PDF, 21KB)

2009 (PDF, 24 KB)

2006-2008 (PDF, 24 KB)

2000-2005 (PDF, 159 KB)

 

Credit for Military Service

Credit will be allowed toward graduation to any student submitting evidence of satisfactory completion of Basic Training (DD 214 or DD 295).  Marine Corps recruits will receive 8 semester units; 3 units in GE Area E and 5 units of free electives. Air Force, Navy, and Army recruits will receive 4 semester units; 3 units in GE Area E and 1 unit of free elective. Credit is allowed in accordance with the recommendation by the American Council on Education (ACE). Other military courses completed may earn baccalaureate credit as outlined in the Guide to the Evaluation of Education Experience in the Armed Forces. CSU Channe Islands has final discretion on where these units will be applied.

CI Military Credit Guidelines  (PDF, 199 KB)

 

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) gives students the opportunity to receive college credit for classes they feel they have a good mastery of by taking examinations. Students can refer to the CI guidelines for CLEP Exams and Credit Given at CI.

CLEP - Sept. 2014 - present (PDF, 59KB)

CLEP - All Years Prior to 9/1/2014 (PDF, 115KB)

 

English Equivalence Examination (EEE)

In accordance with CSU Executive Order 665, exemption from the English Placement Test (EPT) is given for a student receiving a score on the CSU English Equivalency Examination that qualifies the student for "Pass for Credit" or "Exemption.”

 

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Contact the Articulation Officer Janet Rizzoli at (805) 437-8427 or Janet.Rizzoli@csuci.edu

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