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University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ
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- Transfer Credits
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- The University of Arizona accepts IGETC with two additional specific requirements:
The University of Arizona accepts IGETC with two additional specific requirements. With planning, these may be met as a part of IGETC:
1. Two lab sciences;
2. A course covering race, gender, class, ethnicity, or non-Western Area Studies.
If students complete IGETC including both of these requirements, there would be no additional lower or upper division GE requirements after transfer.
University of Hawaii - Hawaiian Islands
University of La Verne - La Verne, CA
University of Nevada - Las Vegas, NV
University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, Colorado
University of Phoneix - Nationwide
University of the Pacific - Stockton, San Francisco, Sacramento, CA
University of San Diego - San Diego, CA
University does not accept on-line courses.
University of San Francisco - San Francisco, CA
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- Transfer Applicants
Completion of all the requirements in either the UC or CSU version of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) will permit a student to transfer from a California Community College to the University of San Francisco without the need, after transfer, to take most of USF's Core Curriculum requirements. Documents of IGETC completion from the community college must be submitted prior to the student's initial enrollment at USF. Completion of the IGETC will only require the following courses at USF: one course in advanced university-level English composition; one course in Public Speaking; Topics in Philosophy (not including Critical Thinking/Logic); one course in Theology; and one course in Ethics. The student must also fulfill the Service Learning and Cultural Diversity component.
University of Southern California - Los Angeles, CA
Check articulation. University has some restrictions for online courses.
University of Texas - San Antonio, TX