Students who change at Cal Poly Pomona can be considered for courses taught at other regionally accredited schools and universities. Students must submit an official transcript of each institution where they have taken courses. After receipt of the transcript, the cpp rate and/or the unit is taken into account are fixed. Transfer courses can be applied to certain requirements, such as general knowledge or key requirements, or serve as optional credit. A maximum of 70 semester units or 105 quarter units transferred by Community Colleges can be applied to the cumulative unit requirement for a bachelor`s degree (changes reserved if the university changes to the semester calendar). Transfer courses are applied to closing requirements and are based on factors such as articulation agreements, unit limitation, and GE certification. Specific information on transfer credits is available at the following links. If you have any questions after verifying your transfer credit information, please contact your transfer advisor and ultimately. The American Cultural Perspectives Requirement is a graduation requirement that is met by completing the equivalent of an approved course from the Cal Poly Pomona catalog list.
Please note that completing the CSU Breadth General Education Certification Pattern or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) does not guarantee compliance with this requirement. Contact the student secretariat for more details. If you took a U.S. government course at a college or university outside of California, at a college or university in California that is not part of California State University (CSU) or California Community College Systems, or if you earned a loan for the U.S. government through an AP exam in high school, you may have been told that you still needed to take a test to prove California government knowledge. Visit California Component Exam Information to learn more. Cal Poly individual course agreements approved after April 30, 2019 are posted here. TES includes CPP articulation agreements for private institutions in California and non-governmental public/private institutions. TES also includes general education agreements for courses at other California State Universities (CSU) and the University of California (UC).
It is recommended to use all agreements related to the Cal Poly Catalog, which indicates the most recent program, and transfer selection criteria that indicate the current course lists necessary for competitive admission. If you have any questions about Cal Poly Pomona`s articulation agreements, please contact the university`s head of articulation, José Lozano, at (909) 869-2994 or firstname.lastname@example.org. . . .