Calif. lawmakers mull new bill on community-college transfer degrees

08/8/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

California state lawmakers are urging community colleges to step up the pace of developing "associate degree for transfer" programs. A state law requires guaranteed transfer for two-year college students into the state's four-year institutions, and community colleges already have created more than 800 new programs in 25 majors. However, the Legislature is mulling a new law setting out a timeline for community colleges in developing the 1,654 transfer degrees required under the original law.

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