Csu Articulation Agreement

SJSU focuses primarily on securing articulation agreements with California community colleges, as they are our main feeder schools. Most of these agreements identify California Community courts that can be used instead of a SJSU course to meet secondary requirements specific to the SJSU. From university to university and other regionally accredited higher education and university professionals, we are not a top priority. CCC, CSU, UC articulated course conventions are listed by school or grouped by discipline/academic department. Although priority is given to California community colleges and universities, several agreements have been reached with independent and non-state institutions to best meet the needs of our transfer students. This joint is housed in TES, including the PDF chords below. The system-wide transmission unit within the UC Office of the President (UCOP) is checking California Community College courses to determine basic portability at UC. For information on course agreements running from the autumn This document serves as a transfer agreement to identify courses, a student from Arapahoe Community College (ACC) is required to attend an Applied Science Association (AAS) in Cybersecurity and an AAS degree in Secure Software Development to obtain a junior position, to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems -Cybersecurity or a Bachelor of Computer Information Systems-Software Development at Colorado State University. The following safeguards and restrictions describe the minimum requirements approved by the participating institutions. Current study programs/major documents with specific transfer agreements with California public institutions [California Community Colleges (CCC), California State Universities (CSU) or University of California (UC)]. These courses should be completed before the transfer, whenever possible.

These are lists of courses at public colleges or universities in California (CCC, CSU or UC) that are accepted for specific courses at San Jose State University.