Agreements, Transfer Guides and Memorandums of Understanding
Articulation and Transfer Agreements with Community Colleges in California
San Francisco Bay University has entered into articulation agreements with multiple community colleges, which enable a smoother transfer of credits to SFBU and can shorten the time required for students to earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) or a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS). Further, the agreements clarify which courses map to required undergraduate General Education (GE) and major courses.
For more information on transfer credits from colleges in the bay area or otherwise, prospective community college students should talk to their college counselors and the SFBU admissions team about transferring credits.
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SFBU has articulation agreements with the community colleges listed below:
SFBU is articulating with the following community colleges and transfer guides/course mapping has been completed:
SFBU accesses course equivalencies mapped to courses at the colleges above using the Transfer Evaluation System (TES). For more information, click here.
For colleges not listed, students should contact the SFBU admissions team to review the possibility of transferring credits.
Memorandums of Understanding with
Nanchang Institute of Technology (NIT), China
SFBU and NIT have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote cultural, scientific, and technological exchanges as well as to facilitate educational development. The areas of cooperation include joint teaching, visits, and academic exchanges of teachers and students.
Articulation Agreement with ACI Learning
ACI Learning and SFBU have entered into an articulation agreement designed to expand services and opportunities for transfer students. This agreement allows ACI Learning students to transfer courses to bachelor's degree programs at SFBU via a course-specific pathway. For more information, refer to the ACI Learning – SFBU Equivalency Chart.