Transfer from any regionally accredited college or university, and we’ll help you apply as many credits as possible toward your degree. We have partnered with our local community colleges to develop direct transfer pathways for students to help streamline the process.
Through the articulation process, Brandman University has created specific transfer guides by college partner to help advisors and future students map their transfer pathways. These tools are updated annually and identifies courses in the transfer process and translates how they would apply to the student’s program of study. Each transfer guide is divided into sections that outline courses in transfer and how they apply to your GE requirements and/or general electives as well as courses that apply to your major requirements.
Brandman University accepts CSU or UC IGETC certification (CA), Oregon Transfer or Washington state-approved Direct Transfer degrees or other state's equivalent transfer certification in lieu of its general education requirements (with the exception of LBSU 302 and LBSU 304), if completed prior to being admitted, enrolled and attending the first session in a bachelor's degree program.
Articulation information is available for all California and out-of-state community colleges, as well as many four year institutions. They represent course work which Brandman University will accept in transfer to meet course equivalencies, general education, or general elective credit. The information has been developed without assistance or input from the institutions included in this database. They were developed to assist students and advisors in determining how transfer credit may apply to Brandman University. Courses not listed in the database have not yet been reviewed for transfer and in some cases may be appropriate for transfer credit.
The Early Advantage Program (EAP) is intended to maximize transfer success and minimize the time and costs for transfer students to achieve their degrees. It is designed for well-prepared, high-achieving undergraduate students and provides them with:
Faculty and staff of participating college partners also receive scholarship benefits to encourage their growth and development as they move up in their careers.
See if your college is a participating EAP partner and explore other information specific to your transfer pathway such as transfer guides by program.