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    MT. SAN JACINTO COLLEGE TRANSFER GUIDE

    Ashford University and Mt. San Jacinto College have entered into this Agreement in the spirit of cooperation and to mutually recognize each other as quality institutions of higher learning. The purpose of the Agreement is to enable Mt. San Jacinto College students who transfer to Ashford University to carry with them the credit they have already earned. The Agreement provides a structure through which transfer articulation on all levels can be supported. Students may pursue their academic and professional goals through any one of the Bachelor’s degrees offered at Ashford University.

    Mt. San Jacinto College graduates, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, entering under the terms of this agreement are guaranteed admission into a Bachelor’s degree program at Ashford University provided they meet all admissions requirements for the chosen degree program. The transfer guides outlined in this Agreement are applicable to students transferring to Ashford University from Mt. San Jacinto College.

    Under this Agreement, Mt. San Jacinto College students transferring with a conferred Associate’s degree with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and recognized as meeting the General Education requirement for Bachelor degrees offered through state universities in California will have fulfilled all lower division General Education requirements at Ashford University. The General Education Capstone course must still be completed at Ashford University.

    Mt. San Jacinto College students transferring without an aforementioned degree will have all college-level academic credit (generally, 100-level or higher), and with a grade of “C-” or better, accepted for transfer on a course-by-course basis into the academic categories that are the best fit (e.g., elective, General Education requirement, major course). Students may transfer up to 90 credits from Mt. San Jacinto College.

    Credits from Mt. San Jacinto College must have been earned with grade of “C-” or better. A maximum of 9 credits with a “D” grade are transferable as long as the student’s cumulative overall GPA is 2.0 or above. If students sign an Authorization to Close File form, their CGPA cannot be determined therefore, “D” grades cannot be applied toward the major or toward General Education competencies at any time.

    Transfer credit may not be granted when it duplicates college credit previously earned. Credit will not be given for the same learning twice.

    All students must successfully complete a minimum of 30 upper-division credits to graduate. Lower-division courses transferring in to satisfy upper-division courses will not constitute completion of the 30 upper-division credits required for graduation.

    Graduate-level transfer credits cannot be applied to undergraduate degrees. The online modality at Ashford University places no general age limit on transfer credit from regionally accredited and selected nationally accredited institutions, with possible exceptions in certain subject areas. Restrictions on transferability are specifically noted in the degree/major requirements. Limitations on the number and type of transfer credits accepted are set by each Ashford University degree program.

    ASHFORD UNIVERSITY TRANSFER GUIDELINES • Official transfer credit evaluation takes place once a student is enrolled at Ashford University and all official

    transcripts have been received. • Courses that meet more than one General Education requirement can only be applied to one area. A course

    cannot apply more than once unless it carries the required credit. • One unit courses can be combined to fulfill the appropriate General Education category requirement. • Multiple courses may meet a particular General Education Requirement, however only one course is needed

    to satisfy the requirement. • Courses being transferred to meet the Information Technology Competency General Education requirement

    must have been taken within the last 10 years.

  • MT. SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SEMESTER CREDIT

    ASHFORD UNIVERSITY TRANSFERRABLE CREDIT AMOUNT

    ABE-001X ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE) NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ABE-004X LIGHT DUTY AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN

    NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ACCT-076 BOOKKEEPING 3 NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ACCT-077 QUICKBOOKS ACCOUNTING 3 NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ACCT-124 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

    3 ACC 205 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3

    ACCT-124H HONORS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

    3 ACC 205 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3

    ACCT-125 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING- PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II

    3 ACC 206 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3

    ACCT-125H HONORS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II

    3 ACC 206 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3

    ACCT-126 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ACCT-128 FEDERAL INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ADS-103 LAW AND ETHICS 2.5 GE-A ETHICAL REASONING 2.5

    ADS-105 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION

    2 ELEC ELECTIVE 2

    ADS-110 INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ADS-115 INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND GROUP COUNSELING

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ADS-120 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ADS-137 CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ADS-149 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE: ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES

    1-4 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-4

    ADS-150 SUPERVISED FIELD WORK PRACTICUM

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AH-105 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 HIM 105 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3

    AH-149 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE: ALLIED HEALTH

    1-4 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-4

    AJ-101 CRIMINAL LAW 3 CRJ 306 CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE 3

    AJ-102 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

    3 CRJ 201 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

    3

    AJ-103 CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

  • AJ-105 PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT WRITING 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-106 JUVENILE PROCEDURES 3 CRJ 301 JUVENILE JUSTICE 3

    AJ-108 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-109 INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES

    1.5 ELEC ELECTIVE 1.5

    AJ-110 INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES

    1.5 ELEC ELECTIVE 1.5

    AJ-111 CRIMINAL PROCEDURES 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-112 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-115 INTRODUCTION TO PROBATION AND PAROLE

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-117 INTRODUCTION TO TERRORISM AND HOMELAND SECURITY

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-118 COMMUNITY AND THE JUSTICE SYSTEM

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-125 VICE AND NARCOTICS CONTROL 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-128 TRAFFIC CONTROL, ENFORCEMENT AND INVESTIGATION

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    AJ-149 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

    1-4 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-4

    AJ-299 SPECIAL PROJECTS: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

    1-3 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-3

    ANAT-101 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

    4 GE-S SCIENTIFIC REASONING 4

    ANAT-102 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II

    5 GE-S SCIENTIFIC REASONING 5

    ANAT-104 SURVEY OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

    5 GE-S SCIENTIFIC REASONING 5

    ANAT-299 SPECIAL PROJECTS: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

    1-3 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-3

    ANTH-101 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-101H HONORS PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-102 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3 ANT 101 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL

    3

    ANTH-102H HONORS CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    3 ANT 101 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL

    3

    ANTH-103A NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-103B NORTHWEST COAST INDIAN CULTURES

    3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

  • ANTH-103C CULTURES OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

    3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-103D LATIN AMERICAN CULTURES 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-103E CULTURES OF AFRICA 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-104 WORLD PREHISTORY 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-104H HONORS WORLD PREHISTORY 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-111 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY LAB 1 ELEC ELECTIVE 1

    ANTH-115 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-121 CALIFORNIA INDIANS 3 GE-IG INTERCULTURAL & GLOBAL AWARENESS

    3

    ANTH-125 MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT AND RELIGION

    3 ANT 351 ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC, & RITUAL

    3

    ANTH-145 INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

    3 ANT 343 LANGUAGE, CULTURE, & COMMUNICATION

    3

    ANTH-145H HONORS INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

    3 ANT 343 LANGUAGE, CULTURE, & COMMUNICATION

    3

    ANTH-201 INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY

    3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-205 ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-210 ARCHAEOLOGY LABORATORY 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-215 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY 3 ELEC ELECTIVE 3

    ANTH-299 SPECIAL PROJECTS: ANTHROPOLOGY

    1-3 ELEC ELECTIVE 1-3

    ART-001X WATERCOLOR NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ART-002X CERAMICS NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ART-093 GRAPHIC DESIGN PRACTICUM 1 NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ART-095 TYPOGRAPHY PRACTICUM 1 NCG NO TRANSFER 0

    ART-100 ART APPRECIATION 3 ART 101 ART APPRECIATION GE-AA AESTHETIC AWARENESS

    3

    ART-101 ART