Registrar's Office

Articulation Agreements

Articulation agreements developed with California Community Colleges, California State Universities or University of California identify the equivalent Cal Poly Pomona course for a given transfer course. Articulation agreements with California public institutions are stored on the ASSIST website. Click the link: ASSIST. The ASSIST website will also help you determine if a California Community College course transfers and whether the course is "GE certified" (approved for general education by the CSU).

Although articulation agreement priority is given to California community colleges and universities, several agreements have been established for private and out-of-state institutions to best serve the needs of our transfer students. View Transfer Evaluation System (TES) to view each agreement. (The PDF agreements below are not listed under the TES database).

For questions regarding Cal Poly Pomona's articulation agreements, please contact the University Articulation Officer, José Lozano, at (909) 869-2994 or

The Department of Architecture offers a program of study that leads to the degree, Master of Interior Architecture (MIA).  This program is offered collaboratively by Cal Poly Pomona and UCLA Extension.  At Cal Poly Pomona, the program is offered only through the College of Professional and Global Education (CPGE).  Read more information by visiting Master of Interior Architecture

The articulation agreement below specifies the course-to-course equivalencies established for students transferring into the MIA program from UCLA Extension to Cal Poly Pomona.

UCLA, Extension - Master's of Interior Architecture (PDF)


Articulation Resources
Accreditation Search - Database
Associate Degree for Transfer Major & Campus Search
California Intersegmental Articulation Council (CIAC)
C-ID: Course Identification Numbering System
CSU Policies (formerly Executive Orders)
CSU Student Transfer Information
Regional Accrediting Agencies
TES (Transfer Evaluation System)
TES Step-by-Step Guide for Faculty - Processing Articulation Proposals (PDF)