Coastline is dedicated to providing ample opportunities for students to successfully pursue advanced degrees. With our Articulation Agreements, and Degree Partnership Pathways Program you can transfer your Coastline degree into a Bachelor degree program with ease.
Coastline has established several articulation agreements, which define courses which are comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, requirements at the transferring institution. These formal agreements assure students that specified coursework completed at Coastline will transfer and can satisfy general education and/or lower-division major prep requirements or electives courses.
The CTU Transfer Guide is an easy to read chart outlining how earned CTU courses can be applied to a Coastline degree.
The CSUSM Transfer Guide is an easy to read chart outlining how earned CSUSM courses can be applied to a Coastline degree.
Our DPPP goes a step further. With customized degree roadmaps outlining the requirements needed to complete your Coastline degrees, as well as the transfer requirements to get into popular, high-demand Bachelor programs, these pathways offer students a seamless transition. All of our partner schools are regionally accredited.
Students interested in learning more about our articulation agreements, or exploring one of our DPPPs can make an appointment with one of our experienced counselors.
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