While you will need to fulfill these requirements, they shouldn't be the starting point for most of your planning. Tailor your coursework to your major and the general education requirements of the campuses you hope to attend.
As a junior-level transfer applicant, you must meet the following requirements. Some of your major preparation and general education coursework will count toward these requirements.
1. Complete the following 7-course pattern by the end of the Spring term prior to Fall enrollment at UC:
2. Complete at least 60 semester (90 quarter) units of UC-transferable credit. No more than 14 semester (21 quarter) units of the 60 semester (90 quarter) units may be taken pass/fail or credit/no credit.
3. Earn at least a 2.4 GPA in UC-transferable courses (2.8 if you're a nonresident). Some majors require a higher GPA for admission selection.
4. Complete the required/recommended courses need for your intended major with the minimum grades. Visit assist.org to see the major preparation coursework expected by each campus or refer to UC's Transfer Pathways, a single set of courses you can take to prepare for your major on any of our nine undergraduate campuses.
Find the University of California Transfer Admissions Guide here>
We also recommend getting in touch with the university admissions representative for the UC(s) you are interested in to ensure the information you have for your major and that campus is accurate.