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Associate Degree for Transfer and CID Descriptors

Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)

Students who earn an Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or an Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) degree from a California Community College, can transfer their degree in total to the University of La Verne. Students will automatically be credited as meeting the University of La Verne General Education requirements with the exception of the La Verne Experience (LVE) requirements. Lower division major requirements will be credited if the transfer degree program is deemed similar to a corresponding major program at the University of La Verne. Students must remain in the corresponding major program for the bachelor’s degree. Students who transfer the ADT should be able to graduate in 2 years. This assumes a student follows the degree pathway plan created for the student at the time of admission.This page is a central repository for all documents and information related to the ADT and CID adoption, review and implementation process. Documents for specific disciplines are available via the links below.


C-ID  (California Identification Numbering  System)

The University of La Verne faculty utilize the California Identification supranumbering system (C-ID) to articulate courses whenever possible. The C-ID system allows courses to be articulated through the use of descriptors for commonly articulated transferable lower-division courses. Courses articulated through the use of C-ID descriptors are deemed equivalent to University of La Verne courses.


ADT programs



Business Administration


Child Development




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