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Maricopa Community College transfer students

Welcome, Maricopa Community College students

Transferring from the Maricopa County Community College District to Arizona State University can be a smooth process when planned. As a Maricopa student, you have a couple of ways to earn your bachelor’s degree at ASU. Find what works best for you and we'll help you plan your path.


MyPath2ASU™ helps you plan and complete prescribed coursework designed for a smooth transition to ASU to earn your bachelor's degree.

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MyPath2ASU™ majors

These ASU degree programs are available through the MyPath2ASU™ and are options for all Maricopa Community Colleges, though course offerings vary by Maricopa location. Search by campus, area of interest, keyword, or ASU college or school, or show all available MyPath2ASU™.

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Get started with your MyPath2ASU™ transfer experience

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 Explore your visit options

Welcome all transfer students. Explore the many live-hosted sessions with ASU enrollment and academic team members and current students who can answer your questions. Navigate the MyPath2ASU™ transfer experience and learn more about ASU's admission and enrollment processes. Explore each of our campuses through live-hosted virtual visit experiences, walking tours and on-demand virtual tours

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MyPath2ASU™ benefits

MyPath2ASU™ is your suite of customized self-service transfer tools.


Maricopa Community Colleges MyPath2ASU™ tools and resources


Transfer Guide

Learn how credits from other colleges and universities that you have attended will transfer to ASU. Search for ASU course equivalencies or request a transfer course evaluation.

ASU career services

As a MyPath2ASU™ student, you'll have access ASU Career and Professional Development Services, career advising, career assessment and job search tools. You will need your ASURITE UserID and password to access services. Note that some services have fees.

AAS to BAS: Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Applied Science degrees are designed specifically for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science.

  • Students who have earned an AAS from a regionally accredited institution may transfer 60 credit hours toward their BAS.

  • Students who have earned an AAS degree from a regionally accredited Arizona community college may be eligible to transfer up to 75 credits toward their BAS.

Plan to meet with an academic advisor to ensure your courses will meet degree requirements.

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FAQ (For students)

Visit MyPath2ASU™ to access transfer requirements for 400+ ASU degree programs. Courses are displayed in an easy-to-follow, semester-by-semester sequence.

There is no need to sign up again unless it has been more than four years since you signed up, or if you are changing your major or moving to a newer catalog year. If you signed up for a 2020–2021 or 2021–2022 pathway, it is still accessible through the search tool on this page.

Yes, there will be no interruption of the transcript-sending service for students signing up for a pathway program regardless of the academic year.

As always, students who signed up for a MAPP and want to change to a different major will need to sign up for the new major through Consult your community college academic advisor first to understand potential consequences of making a program plan change.

The ASU transfer coordinator assigned to your community college and your community college academic advisor can assist you with MyPath2ASU™.