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.
Students completing an AA-T or AS-T degree at the community college 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 (90 quarter) units completed at university.
Currently credit by exam opportunities are available to high school seniors enrolled in articulated courses at their high school in the areas of Administration of Justice and Early Childhood Education.
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