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Associate Degree for Transfer

If you are completing an Associate's Degree for Transfer (ADT), you must schedule a counseling appointment to submit a graduation petition.  Please consult with a counselor on the deadline to submit graduation petition (participate in commencement) or if it relates to Fall 2019 transfer admission acceptance.      

Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)

The Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) is a special, new degree offered at California Community Colleges in partnership with the California State University. These degrees provide community college students with an opportunity to earn an Associate's Degree at their local community college and meet CSU minimum eligibility requirements with guaranteed admission to a CSU (not necessarily to a particular campus).

Students who earn an AA-T or AS-T and apply to a similar major at a CSU campus may receive benefits such as priority admission and a GPA bump when applying to an impacted campus outside your local area or an impacted major.

LACC currently offers the following ADT degrees:

AA-T/AS-T Degree Logo Graduation Cap

Associate of Arts for Transfer (AA-T)

Art History 

Communication Studies

English

Journalism

Kinesiology 

Music

• Political Science

Psychology

Studio Arts

Theatre Arts

Associate of Science for Transfer (AS-T)

Administration of Justice

Biology

Business Administration

Early Childhood Education

Film, Television, and Electronic Media

Mathematics

Physics

Frequently Asked Questions:
How are the AA-T and AS-T degrees different from the associate degrees that community colleges already offer?

Students completing an AA-T or AS-T degree receive priority admission to the CSU system. Students who have completed an AA-T or AS-T and are admitted to a CSU major that has been deemed similar are guaranteed admission at junior standing and the opportunity to complete a baccalaureate degree with 60 additional semester (or 90 quarter) units. AA-T and AS-T degrees are recognized by both the California Community College and CSU systems as a measure of preparation and readiness for transfer to upper-division course work at the CSU.

What are the requirements for earning an AA-T and AS-T degree?

In general, a student will be required to complete 60 transferable semester units which includes coursework in general education (completion of IGETC or CSU GE PATTERN), major preparation and elective courses. Students interested in the program should meet with a counselor for more information.

Review detailed information and related links on the CSU ADT page

What degrees do local community colleges offer? How do I tell which CSU campuses offer bachelor's degrees that are considered "similar to" my AA-T/AS-T degree?

Review the CSU Transfer Road Maps page for a list of degrees offered at California Community Colleges. Major or degree names will vary from campus to campus. LACC currently offers a total of 14 Associate Degree for Transfer degrees (See list above).

 

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Student Services Building, 2nd Floor
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2215

855 N. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90029

Jesus Gomez
Transfer Director

 Office Hours

Summer 2019 (Effective July 8 - subject to change)

Monday: 9:00am - 1:00pm 
Tuesday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Friday: Closed

*Office Closures:

Office closed on Fridays during the month of July (subject to change)

 Important Reminders

Fall 2019 Transfer Students: Don't forget to send your official transcripts from all colleges you've attended to the college or university you intend to transfer to. Deadlines vary by campus. 

 

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