Transfer to your saved spot at a four-year university! Earning an AA-T or AS-T degree at PCC guarantees you admission to many four-year universities with junior standing and prepares you to complete a bachelor degree in a similar major at a CSU or a participating UC, HBCU or private university.
How To Transfer With An AD-T
The Associate Degree for Transfer (AD-T) gives you the opportunity to save time and money by guaranteeing you a saved spot at many four-year universities in California. The process is simple:
Choose which AA-T or AS-T you wish to pursue at PCCPCC currently overs 25 different AD-T programs! See all AD-T Majors
Complete All AD-T RequirementsYou must complete 60 semester units of required general education coursework and major-specific lower division coursework. Please meet with a counselor for help with planning your courses.
Arrange Your Transfer to a Participating Four-Year UniversityWith your Associate Degree for Transfer, you are guaranteed admission to a saved spot at a participating four-year university. This degree guarantees admission into the CSU system in a similar major, but not necessarily to a particular campus. If you're applying to Historically Black Colleges and Universities and/or participating non-profit, independent university, you are guaranteed admission into the exact campus you applied to and the major you want to pursue. Visit the Transfer Center to learn more about how to arrange your transfer!
Complete your Bachelor’s Degree at a Four-Year University.When you transfer, you'll start at your university with junior standing!
What to Study
PCC currently offers many different AD-T majors to choose from!AD-Ts at PCC
Where to Transfer
An AD-T saves you a spot at a participating four-year school. Use the links below to explore your options!California State University Independent/Private
The information posted here is designed to help you plan your transfer. However, information is subject to change without notice, which may subsequently impact admission to a transfer college or university.You are encouraged to meet with a PCC Counselor as early as possible in your academic careers and to develop a Student Education Plan.