Transfer Degree Road Maps are planning tools created for CSUN upper division transfer students.
Use these guides to:
- Navigate course requirements for degree completion in two years.
- Ensure that prerequisites are completed in the required course sequence.
- Identify courses that satisfy both General Education and major requirements.
- Plan remaining coursework with the interactive Degree Progress Report/Planner.
Verified Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) STAR Act students should use the ADT/STAR Act Degree Road Maps.
To view the list of Transfer Degree Road Maps, select your catalog year:
Or by Department, Program or College:
Accounting Africana Studies Anthropology Art and Design Asian American Studies Biology Business Law Central American and Transborder Studies Chemistry and Biochemistry Chicana and Chicano Studies Child and Adolescent Development Cinema and Television Arts Civil Engineering and Construction Management College of Engineering and Computer Science College of Humanities College of Social and Behavioral Sciences College of Science and Mathematics College of Health and Human Development Communication Disorders and Sciences Communication Studies Computer Science Criminology and Justice Studies David Nazarian College of Business and Economics Deaf Studies Economics Electrical and Computer Engineering English Environmental and Occupational Health Family and Consumer Sciences Finance, Financial Planning, and Insurance Gender and Women's Studies Geography and Environmental Studies Geological Sciences Health Sciences History Interdisciplinary Studies and Liberal Studies Jewish Studies Journalism Kinesiology Linguistics/Teaching English as a Second Language Management Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Michael D. Eisner College of Education Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures Music Philosophy Physics and Astronomy Political Science Psychology Recreation and Tourism Management Religious Studies Sociology Systems and Operations Management Theatre Urban Studies and Planning