Transfer to ASU from a Maricopa Community College
Transfer to ASU from a Maricopa community college to complete your four-year degree. These are just a few of the reasons that make ASU a top choice:
- ASU consistently ranks as the top school in Arizona for academic programs, affordability and innovation.
- ASU is ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the world and top 50 in the nation.
- ASU offers a selection of more than 300 undergraduate degree programs.
- ASU and Maricopa community colleges have transfer agreements to help students plan and complete their undergraduate study.
If you are a Maricopa community college student, ASU provides a variety of pathway programs to make it easier for you to transfer to ASU when you are ready. You can learn more about these pathway programs below.
ASU at Maricopa Community Colleges
ASU transfer specialists will be available at the Maricopa Community Colleges to help students transfer to ASU. See the calendar below to find out when an ASU transfer specialist will be on your campus.
Have questions? Contact an ASU transfer specialist.
ASU and Maricopa Community Colleges Pathway Programs
The following pathway programs make it easy to transfer to ASU from a Maricopa community college:
Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program
Start at your community college and plan to complete a bachelor’s degree at ASU. In the Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program, you will follow a sequence of course work at your two-year school that meets the lower-division course requirements for an ASU major.
Maricopa to ASU Exploratory Pathway Program
Still looking for the major that is right for you? ASU’s Exploratory Pathway Program will help you learn more about ASU’s majors, career options and transfer pathways that help you transfer to ASU.
Maricopa-ASU RN to BSN Pathway Program
Complete an Associate of Applied Science in nursing at one of the Maricopa community colleges then earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at ASU.
Maricopa to ASU Engineering Pathways
For students who aspire to transfer to the Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU, these pathways will show you the sequence of courses to take at your community college to be well prepared for success.
AAS to BAS: Bachelor of Applied Science
The AAS-BAS pathway program allows students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science from a Maricopa community college to transfer up to 75 credit hours toward a Bachelor of Applied Science at ASU.
Medical Laboratory Science
A partnership between Arizona State University and Phoenix College, this innovative pathway program helps students earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in medical laboratory science.
You can transfer to ASU at any time and complete a bachelor's degree in one of more than 300 undergraduate programs.
Get Help with Your Transfer to ASU
If you plan to transfer to ASU from a community college, ASU offers tools and resources to help you make the most of your earned credits, choose an undergraduate major or minor, apply for financial aid and more. To get started, contact an ASU transfer specialist.