For the Fall 2019 semester, students may register for first-level transfer courses in English and Mathematics regardless of current placement or
enrollment in a pre-transfer level English and/or Mathematics course.
Students will receive access to first-level transfer courses and a
recommendation on the level of support needed in order to succeed in the
transfer course. The recommendation is based on the following placement rules: Placement Rules for English and Placement Rules for Math.
Verify your course recommendations on your MyCoast Portal > My Records > Unofficial Transcripts. Don't see your course recommendation? Please email us at email@example.com. Make sure you include your OCC ID number.
Placing Above First-Level Transfer Courses
Students can receive a placement above the first-level
transfer courses by completing a Prerequisite Form and submitting
High School Grades and Courses
Math: Students can receive access to Business Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus I based on specific rule sets: Placement Rules for Math
AP Test Scores
English: A score of
"3" or above on the AP English Literature or English Language and
Composition exam will allow students to register for English A101: Critical Thinking/Reading/Writing Lit.
Math: A score of
"3" or above on the AP Calculus AB will allow students to register
for Math A185: Calculus 2. A score of 3 or 4 on the Calculus BC exam will allow
students to register for Math A185: Calculus 2. A score of 5 on the Calculus BC
exam will allow students to register for Math A280: Calculus 3 or a higher math
Successful completion of English or math transfer-level courses from an accredited college or university that is
considered equivalent at Orange Coast College with a "C" or better.
First-Level Transfer Courses
English A100: Freshman Composition
|Math A100: Liberal Arts Math|
A104: Math for Elementary Teachers|
|||Math A115: College Algebra|
|||Math A155: Finite Math with Applications|
A160: Introduction to Statistics|
Additional Support Options
Student Success Center, located in the Classrooms and Labs (C&L) building,
room number 103, provides drop-in tutoring, study groups, and individual