Articulation

Each combination of transfer university and major has a different set of requirements, including specific courses you should complete prior to transfer.  Many San Diego Miramar College courses have articulation agreements with various public and private universities. Articulation agreements are formal agreements in which a course (or courses) offered at Miramar College is accepted as a comparable course (or courses) that can be used in lieu of a course at the transfer institution.  Miramar students transfer to one of the following types of universities:

Other useful transfer information can be found here.

Articulation agreements with California Community College and University of California (UC) or the California State University (CSU) can be found on the ASSIST articulation website or by clicking on the links to specific campuses below. The links below contain information on each university's minimum transfer admission requirements, recommended transfer coursework, admission procedures, majors, student resources, and more (Note: Some university websites may not open in Internet Explorer). Students are advised to consult with a Miramar College Counselor each semester for current transfer information. The San Diego Miramar College Catalog can be viewed here. 

* Located in the San Diego area

** Online university

University of California

The University of California UC system website includes information on minimum transfer requirements, application submission dates, the online application, UC Transfer Pathways, the Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG), financial aid, closed majors, and more.  Specific UC campus information can be found by clicking on your preferred campus below.

California State University

The California State University or CSU system website includes information on minimum transfer requirements, application submission dates, the online application, financial aid, planning tools, CSU impacted majors, Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T, AS-T), and more. Specific CSU campus information can be found by clicking on your preferred campus below.

Private/Independent/Out-of-State

The lists below are examples of some private/independent/out-of state institutions. Private/independent/out-of-state minimum transfer requirements can be found here (scroll to bottom of page on link).  Formal articulation or other transfer admission guarantee agreements are noted with a ~ symbol.

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