The objective of this work is to provide transfer students with a pathway that will prepare them in the same manner as direct entry students for a specific major at any public baccalaureate institution in the state, and for any of the independent institutions that wish to join the agreement. Wherever possible, the work groups were encouraged to stay within the boundaries of the current Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) or the current Associate of Science Transfer Degree (AS-T). The DTA and AS-T allow students to transfer to a baccalaureate institution as juniors, with most or all of their lower-division general education requirements fulfilled. All public and many private baccalaureate institutions accept students with a DTA or AS-T package, eliminating the necessity of evaluating each course on a transcript. The DTA outlines broad areas in which students must complete credits (e.g., communication skills, quantitative skills, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and electives). The AS-T has a similar structure, with more specificity in math and science. The benefit of developing new pathways within the DTA and AS-T lies in the identification of specific courses that will better prepare students for their majors at baccalaureate institutions. For example, a student intending to major in English might choose among a variety of natural science courses, while a student intending to major in nursing would need to take certain chemistry courses as part of his or her natural science requirements. This document is organized into the following parts: (1) Associate Degree Pathways; (2) Statewide Course Equivalency System; and (3) House Bill 2382.