Students who participate in Berklee campus programs under this Agreement must meet the residency requirement: all students, including applicants moving from another school, must normally complete at least four semesters of attendance and at least 60 credits for the Bachelor of Music and 48 credits for the Berklee Diploma to obtain their university degree. This requirement is applied regardless of the number of credits transferred. Students heading to Berklee, a grade of B or higher (3.00-4.00) and, in each Level 2 course (other arts and general subjects of humanities) provided for in this agreement (see required course below) to obtain transfer credits from Berklee, must be obtained. Fees Certified students with an AMP greater than or greater than 3.5 are eligible. Completion of the main preparation courses as well as the BUAD 301 and ISDS 361 graduate studies (courses are not taught in Community Colleges) must be taken before the fall semester at the CSUF. Priority registrations and scholarships are possible. Contact Director Marcia Clark for more information. mihayloweb.fullerton.edu/undergraduate/honors Liberal Arts and General Subjects Students entering the Bachelor of Music degree at Berklee College of Music must earn at least 39 credits in Liberal Arts and may use six additional Liberal Arts credits (two courses) as general election credits. Students in the professional program at Berklee can use up to 12 letters (four courses) as general subjects. Certified students with an AMP of 3.6 or higher are allowed to accept it automatically upon request. Students who are not certified with an AMP of 3.5 or higher can apply and interview the program. Among the advantages are priority registration, smaller classes and search possibilities.
www.fullerton.edu/honors Fees Certified students who have achieved an AMP of 3.7 or higher are eligible for the UCI Campuswide Honors program, with a Regents scholarship, fee hosting authorization, priority enrollment, and other benefits. Make sure you are Honors Certified or have submitted the documents for certification by January of the year you transferred. With one of the most varied music programs and ambitious concert projects of all Community Colleges, the music department of Fullerton College is strongly committed to the transmission of education, vocational training and utility service. Articulation agreements identify individual courses from transfer institutions that are comparable or « acceptable » to courses corresponding to CSU, Fullerton (CSUF). Successful completion of an articulated course ensures that students receive appropriate course points after their passage to the CSUF. . . .