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. The following schools/higher education institutions have entered into agreements with the LMU on the transferability of their courses. In general, courses can be assigned to LMU in three ways: students can use assist to verify agreements articulated between Irvine Valley College, CSUs, and UCs. A trajectory that does not appear on an agreement does not pass to the LMU. Each university campus will have different articulation agreements with different colleges, even if they are colleges in the same borough. For example, irvine Valley College and Saddleback College have different articulation agreements, even though they are sisters` colleges. You also can`t expect a community university course to be accepted in the same way at different locations in the same university system. UCLA, for example, does not automatically use a course in the same way as UCSD.

You can`t determine if courses are articulated by looking at course numbers, titles, or even descriptions in catalogs. The only way to determine if and how a course is articulated is to consider an articulation agreement. ASSIST.org is the official articulation repository for California public colleges and universities (UC, CSU, CCC) and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information on transferring students to California public universities. While a new assistant is being developed, you will also find additional information about articulation on TempIST. Students enrolled in regionally accredited institutions can plan their future at LMU by adhering to the information contained in transfer agreements and by adhering to our transfer requirements and timelines. Students or schools with questions should contact the Office of Transfer Admission and Enrollment Services at 310.338.5913 or transfer@lmu.edu. Not all university campuses offer articulation with any college or for all their majors or departments. Many university campuses focus on their most popular feeder elementary colleges and transfer majors. This does not mean that students cannot change.

This means that these students should speak directly to an admission and/or discipline advisor at the relevant higher education institution. There is an important difference between these two terms, transferable and articulated, but they are often used as if they were interchangeable. . . .