Transfer Pathways

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 represents 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 Brandman University catalog.

Click on the major below to view pathway information: 

Applied Studies 
Business Administration
Computing Technology

Criminal Justice 
Early Childhood Development 
Legal Studies 
Liberal Studies-MST 
Liberal Studies-CMS
Nursing

Organizational Leadership 
Psychology
Social Science
Social Work

Sociology 

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Maria Ayala
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"Deciding to go back to school to learn English and obtain my GED has been one of the most important decisions I ever made. My credit ESL instructors guided and helped me to adjust to my new life as a student. They understood me as a student and as a person. Being a full-time worker, a full-time student, and a mother of three was not easy, but my instructors encouraged me to keep going. They spent time with me revising my writing and giving me feedback to improve my English, even after class time. They made me feel welcome and proud of being a student later in life. Now, I am a Hancock graduate with three AAs and am currently attending Cal Poly. I'm here because my instructors encouraged me to never give up. My ESL instructors believed in me even before I started believing in myself. It has been a long and not so easy road but I now know that I can reach all my goals."
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