Transfer Pathways

University of La Verne, VAFB, Santa Maria, and San Luis Obispo

The following pathways have been developed by Allan Hancock College (AHC) counselors and are designed to provide students a clear route to complete lower division general education requirements and any lower division major courses in which AHC has an equivalent.

The pathways represent basic information a student would receive when meeting with a counselor to develop a Student Education Plan and are designed for academic advising purposes only. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a counselor to discuss individual plans and needs before acting on these recommendations. The following information is based on the 2013-14 University of La Verne catalog.

Click on a major below to view transfer pathways information: 

Business Administration 
Child Development 
Health Administration
Liberal Studies
Organizational Management
Public Administration

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Brent Jordan
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"I chose the fire technology program at Allan Hancock because of what it can provide for me. It's giving me a step above the other academies and throughout the state. Graduates of this academy have gone on to be the chiefs and the captains that are going to be hiring us, so when we go in for interviews by being able to say that we graduated at this academy they know what we've experienced. Allan Hancock College has provided me with the physical and mental capabilities through the classroom training we do each day and the physical training we do each morning. This academy pushes you to your boundaries and then you begin to work on those weaknesses; your weaknesses then become your strengths so you're actually growing as a person. Allan Hancock has made a difference in my life it's really taught me who I am and where I want to be."
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