| When an equivalent Pacific course exists, the subject and number of the Pacific course are listed. All courses from a community college are considered lower division, regardless of equivalency; they will not count toward upper-division requirements for the major or for the degree. |
Sometimes more than one transfer course must be taken to cover all of the material in a particular Pacific course (e.g., both CHEM 001 and 002, combined, may transfer as an equivalent to Pacific's CHEM 025 ) These courses may be accepted individually; however, the individual courses are not equivalent to any particular Pacific courses or General Education Category.
The "General Education Category" column denotes any General Education Categories (as noted below) into which the course transfers at Pacific (e.g., GE: III -A Laboratory Science).
Once you accumulate 70 units from all schools, including Pacific, additional community college courses will satisfy content requirements only and will not apply to the minimum units required for graduation. Once a student has reached 40 units less than that is required for his/her degree, only 8 more units may be accepted from a four year institution. Additional community college or four year institution courses will satisfy content requirements only and will not apply to the total units for graduation. Satisfaction of content requirements means that the Pacific requirement will be met upon successful completion of the transfer course but units will not transfer.
|*** A course not included on ROAR has not yet been reviewed by Pacific. The University may deem such a course transferable upon review. ***|
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