In March 2007, CCAC and the California University of Pennsylvania (CalU) completed an articulation agreement that would allow students taking prescribed courses for their associate degree in Computer and Information Science to transfer all earned credits toward completion of a CalU bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology. In the process, students can save thousands of dollars while still completing a bachelor's degree in four years!
If you are interested in this program, it is suggested that students first contact a CalU or CCAC Counselor before enrolling for courses. The various recommended Electronics courses are only offered at CCAC's South Campus.
The following are the prescribed courses and their sequence that will fullfill both the AS Computer and Information Science and transferring to CalU in the third year of their BS Computer Engineering Technology program:
1 CalU requires the following CCAC mathematics classes to be taken in the first two years:
A student needs to discuss with a counselor the appropriate sequence of mathematics courses and any remedial courses, based on their high school mathematics capabilities and/or placement test scores.
2 CalU allows the algebra-based PHY141 Physics 1 and PHY142 Physics 2 courses to be taken in place of PHY221 Physics for Science and Engineering 1 and PHY222 Physics for Science and Engineering 2.