Are you looking to advance in your current field, pursue a new career path, or continue your education after earning your associate degree? Our undergraduate admissions team is here to help you find the right program for you and your goals and get you enrolled right away.
Here is the list of items required for undergraduate applicants.
Office of the Registrar at email@example.com
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Office of the Registrar
1069 East Meadow Circle
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Students who wish to complete their bachelor’s Degree at Sofia must have at minimum of an Associate Degree or its equivalent (90 quarter units/60 semester units) which can be earned through a combination of the following:
Completion of 60 or 90 quarter transferable units to a maximum of 135 quarter units (Use the link to check if your credits will transfer)
Have a 2.0 or higher G.P.A. • Be in good standing at the last college or university attended
Have completed a minimum of 30 transferable semester units (45 quarter units) of college coursework with a grade of C or better in each of the following courses, at a level at least equivalent to courses that meet the following General Education requirements at Sofia:
Critical Thinking – (usually three-semester units): a logic or argumentation /debate course (A-3 at California community colleges)
Math / Quantitative Reasoning – (usually three-semester units): a math course with intermediate algebra as a prerequisite (B-4 at California community colleges). The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum(IGETC)requirements in English communication and mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning are also accepted.
Physical Education – Maximum of nine quarter units of Physical Education will be accepted as transfer units.
Non-transferable Units or Credits
Continuing Education Courses Vocational Courses Non-credit workshops.
Please consult with your admissions counselor and academic advisor for a listing of classes you will need to take to complete your program. Students come in with a variety of previous college experiences. Specific degree plans are created for each student individually.