Online Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)

An Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) makes it easy for California community college students to transfer to the California State University (CSU) system. For more information, please visit the Degree with a Guarantee web page.

Featured ADT Degrees Offering a Fully Online Pathway

Administration of Justice (AS-T)
Barstow College
Cabrillo College
Cerro Coso Community College
College of the Canyons
Los Angeles Pierce College
Mt. San Antonio College
Shasta College
West Los Angeles College

Anthropology (AA-T)
Cerro Coso College
Foothill College
Saddleback College
West Los Angeles College

Business Administration (AS-T)
American River College
Barstow College
Cabrillo College
Cerro Coso College
Coastline College
Cuesta College
Foothill College
Fresno City College
Sacramento City College
Santa Ana College
Shasta College

Child and Adolescent Development (AA-T)
Cuesta College

Early Childhood Education (AS-T)
Cerro Coso Community College

Economics (AA-T)
Foothill College

English (AA-T)
Allan Hancock College
Cerro Coso Community College
Coastline College
College of the Canyons
Shasta College

Geography (AA-T)
Cabrillo College
College of the Canyons
Foothill College

History (AA-T)
Cabrillo College
Coastline College
College of the Canyons
Cuesta College
Foothill College
Sacramento City College
Saddleback College

Hospitality Management (AS-T)
College of the Canyons

Mathematics (AS-T)
Cerro Coso Community College
Coastline College

Philosophy (AA-T)
San Bernardino Valley College
Shasta College

Political Science (AA-T)
Foothill College
Los Angeles Pierce College

Psychology (AA-T)
Cerro Coso Community College
Coastline College
Foothill College

Sociology (AA-T)
Coastline College
Cuesta College
Foothill College
Las Positas College
Porterville College

Spanish (AA-T)
Santa Barbara City College

How does it work?
Students who earn an ADT can transfer to a guaranteed spot at a participating university when they meet certain eligibility requirements, which vary between campuses. With this special degree, you may be given an admission advantage when applying to certain campuses or majors, which also helps you to transfer.

In addition, once you’ve transferred, you will in most cases only require 60 semester units (or 90 quarter units) of coursework to complete you bachelor’s degree. A counselor will help you determine which four-year university offers bachelor’s degrees that correspond to your Associate Degree for Transfer. It is still important for you to apply to the schools that interest you and follow admission deadlines to be considered.

Can I earn an ADT online?
Yes! Several California community colleges offer ADT degrees completely online. You can choose which program interests you, and thanks to our wide array of support services, aren’t limited by distance to the college.

How do I enroll?
Once you have decided which program meets your needs, visit their admissions office for applications procedures. You can also check to see which classes are currently offered by visiting the Finish Faster course finder, which provides up-to-date course listings.

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