Non-UCSC Course Credit

Get ahead at UCSC with transferable coursework!

AP or IB Exams

If you've earned a sufficiently high score on an AP Calculus or IB Higher Level Mathematics exam, you can receive UCSC course credit.

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Community College Courses

You can earn UCSC course credit by taking an articulated math course at a California Community College.

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Other Transferable Courses

College level courses taken at other institutions may be transferable for course credit, but case-by-case review is typically required. Check before you enroll!

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2 Comments

  1. Hi. My name is Aaron Mandel. I am enrolled for fall. I have completed Calculus at Sierra College with an A. The grade will come with my transcript. Is there anything else I need to do?
    Thanks,
    Aaron

  2. Aaron,

    If your Calculus course at Sierra is one of the ones listed in ASSIST (30 or 31 are the first two in the Sierra Calc sequence, I think), sending your transcript should do the job. If your course isn’t in ASSIST, you’ll need to provide some more information. Apologies for the slow response time. Welcome to UCSC!

    Best wishes,
    Debra Lewis

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