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Environmental Design supports both sophomore and junior transfers with multiple points of entry and accelerated schedules!

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JUMP-START - Architecture/Landscape/Interiors and Interiors + Furniture       
2-1/3 years - 6 semesters
JUMP-START allows first-semester sophomores (who missed fall entry) to start in spring and complete their degree in 2-1/3 years - 6 semesters. JUMP-START also allows second-semester sophomores (who missed spring entry) to start in summer and complete their degree in 2 years - 5 semesters.

JUMP-THROUGH - Architecture/Landscape/Interiors only
2 years - 6 semesters
JUMP-THROUGH is an accelerated schedule that allows first-semester sophomores to start in fall and complete their degree in 2 years - 6 semesters, including 2 summers. Second-semester sophomore transfers may join this path as well in spring semester.

JUNIOR JUMP  - Architecture/Landscape/Interiors and Interiors + Furniture   
1-1/3 years - 4 semesters
JUNIOR JUMP allows first-semester juniors (who missed fall entry) to start in spring and complete their degree in 1-1/3 years - 4 consecutive semesters, the following spring!

See Architecture/Landscape/Interiors JUMP Schedules and the next START Dates HERE.
See Interiors + Furniture JUMP Schedules and the next START Dates HERE.

The final JUMP is to graduate school with advanced standing!

The quality of the Environmental Design major is affirmed by our +2 Advanced-standing Agreements, which allow graduates to start in the second year of three-year Master of Architecture I programs. Several alumni have earned their Master of Architecture degrees in this manner: Jesus Aguilar (UIC 2016), Billal Ashai (USC 2020), Cristina Barrios (Woodbury 2008), Dolly Davis (UIC 2011), Justin Kang (USC 2013), Pinky Lam (USC 2021), Julia Sieh (USC 2017), and Sam Tanis (UIC 2013). Architecture/Landscape/Interiors negotiated a new Advanced-standing Agreement with California College of the Arts in spring 2019! In addition, Boo Y. Yang ('08) completed a Master of Landscape Architecture with advanced standing at the University of Washington, Seattle in 2018.



California Colleges with Transfer Charts

Download Transfer Charts showing Course Equivalents that allow transfer at Sophomore, 2nd-Semester Sophomore, and Junior level from many California colleges via these links.

If your college, in California or anywhere else, is not shown below, please contact us to request a transfer chart. Locations/cities are shown in italics.

Sophomore Transfer Charts

Cabrillo College

Chaffey College
Rancho Cucamonga

Citrus College

Crafton Hills College

California State University Los Angeles
Los Angeles

Glendale Community College

Golden West College
Huntington Beach

Los Angeles City College
Los Angeles

Los Angeles Mission College

Los Angeles Southwest College
Los Angeles

Los Angeles Valley College
Valley Glen

Moorpark College

Santa Ana College
Santa Ana

Santa Barbara City College
Santa Barbara

2nd-Semester Sophomore Transfer Charts

American River College

Mt. San Antonio College—
Interior Design

San Bernardino Valley College
San Bernardino

West Los Angeles College
Culver City

Junior Transfer Charts

City College of San Francisco
San Francisco

Cerritos College

College of the Canyons
Santa Clarita

College of the Desert
Palm Desert

Cosumnes River College

Diablo Valley College
Pleasant Hill

East Los Angles College
Monterey Park

El Camino College

Los Angeles Harbor College

Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
Los Angeles

Long Beach City College
Long Beach

Mt. San Antonio College—
Architectural Technology

Orange Coast College
Costa Mesa

Pasadena City College

Pierce College
Woodland Hills

Rio Hondo College

San Diego Mesa College
San Diego

Santa Monica College
Santa Monica

West Valley College