Note: Symbols referring to course cycling information are: (O) = odd year, (E) = even year, no symbol = course offered both semesters of the academic year.
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Common Course Equivalents. A set of common course equivalents across Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western state universities include 84 courses in 21 disciplines. All the courses are listed on a common course chart, which will be updated annually. A Common Course Equivalent is one that:
· transfers among at least three CSUS universities in a fully reciprocal fashion;
· is made easily identifiable to students and the general public; and
· is maintained and updated at each university responding to any curricular changes that may take place.
The set of common courses include 100- and 200-level courses meeting General Education/Liberal Arts requirements at each university.
Course Credit in Transfer toward Intended Major. Annotations of General Education/Liberal Arts credit refer to general university requirements. They do not necessarily reflect lower division course requirements for specific major programs. In addition to the common course chart, students are urged to consult curriculum sheets for their intended majors at the universities they are attending or considering attending.
Transferring Credits from Connecticut Community Colleges. CSUS and the Connecticut Community College system have developed a Transfer Compact in recent years which offers Dual Admission to students who are planning to enroll at a CSUS university after completing associate degrees. In addition, various specific academic programs have transfer compacts in place that provide effective pathways to advance from the community colleges to the CSUS universities.
The list below provides links to the relevant individual courses. Please note that a major in any particular subject (Accounting, for example) requires courses in other disciplines.