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Save time and money while studying something you really love.
Transfer degrees are designed to align your coursework at College of the Redwoods with courses offered at a CSU.
Explore the majors listed below and make an appointment with Counseling & Advising for more information.
All listed degrees are available at the Eureka Campus; some degrees are available at Del Norte and Klamath-Trinity sites. See an advisor for details.
STEP 1: Start Here!
Complete 60 units of required general education and major-specific lower division coursework. To be as competitive as possible, keep your grades up and make sure you meet the admission requirements for the university and major that interest you, and submit all application materials by the posted deadlines.
STEP 2: Transfer to your saved spot!
With your ADT, you are guaranteed admission to a participating four-year university. This degree guarantees admission into a similar major but not necessarily to a particular campus.
STEP 3: Earn your Bachelor's Degree and Start your Dream Future!
When you transfer, you’ll start at your university with junior standing. In most cases, you will only need to complete 60 additional semester units (90 quarter units) to earn a bachelor’s degree.
To stay on schedule, make sure you remain enrolled at CR, pass all of your classes with the highest grades possible and follow your Education Plan.
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Administration of Justice
Eureka, Del Norte
Eureka, Del Norte, Klamath-Trinity
Early Childhood Education
We have the resources to help you get on the path to your dream career, whether you’re in high school, community college or still exploring career options.
Now is the time to start thinking of how your current interests might relate to a potential career. Learn more about CR Degrees and Certificates.
Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor to create a step-by-step guide to meet your goals by taking the right courses in the right order. Start your Education Plan today!
If you’re 18 or older, have a high school diploma or the equivalent, admission is simple. Apply today!
The Associate Degree for Transfer is a fast and affordable way to transition from military service to the job market. More than 40 percent of all California veterans receiving GI Bill benefits attend a California community college to earn a degree, transfer to a four-year university or receive career training.
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