Mountain View Transfer Pathway

Below is the transfer pathway from Mountain View High School to any Oregon Community College or Public University.

Mountain View High School students who plan to attend a community college or transfer to a university may follow this pathway through COCC. All classes will transfer, and students will earn 30 general education credits toward an Associate of Arts degree at a community college or a bachelor’s degree at any Oregon public university. The Core Transfer Map is a starting point for students who plan to transfer to a university but are unsure of intended major or transfer destination. Students who are certain of their major should consult an advisor for information on an articulation agreement, Major Transfer Map, or degree map. 

Additional course requirements may be completed via concurrent enrollment opportunities. Check with your high school counselor to see what funding (Expanded Options) may be available to cover these costs.


Core Transfer Map Required Courses


College Now Courses at Mountain View High School


Courses through Concurrent Enrollment



WR 121Z


WR 121Z
(Writing 121)




Arts & Letters

2 courses

6 - 8

FA 101
(Narrative and Composition)
ART 141
(Graphic Arts 2)

ENG 104, ENG 106
(AP Literature and Composition




Social Sciences

2 courses

6 - 8

HST 202 and HST 203
(AP US History)

HST 102 and HST 103
(AP European History)

CJ 100
Criminal Justice)

CJ 220 
(Criminal Law)

HHP 270
(Sports & Exercise Psychology)

PSY 201, PSY 202
(AP Psychology)






Natural Sciences

2 courses with labs

8 - 10

    Natural Sciences (2 courses with labs) - See class schedule for details 8-10


1 course


MTH 111Z or MTH 112Z or MTH 251 or MTH 252 or MTH 253
(Pre-Calculus, or AP Calculus AB or AP Calculus BC)




Cultural Literacy

At least 1 required course must meet Cultural Literacy outcomes.


Fulfilled through HST 102, HST 103, HST 202, HST 203, PSY 202




Total Credits

At least 8 courses


30 credits required

Mountain View High School students earn transferable COCC credits while completing high school diploma requirements.

20 credits


10 credits