If you're also looking into Non MT degrees, Chapman U started a Screen Acting BFA a few years back. You might want to look into that?
As far as MT in CA, there's only UCLA, UCI, and CSU Fullerton. I have had a few friends that went to and graduated from AMDA, but it's a weird school that you hear a LOT of mixed things about. Some people love it and others don't, but overall, I'd avoid going there if you can go to a different school. It does have somewhat of a bad reputation as SCAMDA, and they do let a lot more students into their program than they should. I would say, if you get in with a really good scholarship offer, then it's a possibility. I've heard stories of students getting accepting, then going for a year or so and then being asked to leave....because they were only let in so the school could have more funding. If they want you enough to give you a good scholarship, that pretty much means they really want you to graduate from the school...because you'll be a good representative of them.
If you want to do film, I guess UCLA would have the most weight on your resume in the film industry since it's a very well known and established program.
UCI and CSUF have good programs. Since you're transferring, CSUF would be ideal for you...you could just audition into the program as a transfer and not have to worry about being one of the CSUF MT wannabe's who must fight for one of the limited spots on the program. UCI, you would have to attend for one semester before you could audition to be in the BFA program...the way UCI works however is that you have to advance through 2 audition only level classes of MT before you could be considered a MT BFA student. The first class is MT 2...they audition students for 40 spots each semester. Then MT 3 only has 20. When you have been accepted into MT 4, you ARE a BFA student (only 7 spots are available per graduating class). Each class must be taken for three semesters (I could be wrong and it could be 2 instead), before you can audition for the next level class. It's a good school, but it somewhat has it's own cut system, although they don't call it that. Also, there's the problem sometimes that undergrads must compete with graduate level students sometimes for mainstage productions. As many people have said, usually when a school has an undergraduate and graduate program, the school sometimes focuses more on one of those two groups instead. Because of UCI's reputation as a graduate program, I guess that the graduates get more attention than undergrads....i COULD be wrong though! It's a good school nonetheless!
Going back to UCLA, however, many people I talk to in SoCal tell me not to go to UCLA...a recent graduate told me in person that while he loved and valued his time there, he doesn't think UCLA is a good school right now to be doing MT at since they have just changed faculty like 1 or 2 years ago right after he graduated. He thinks it'll be a good program in a few years, but commented on how it will take time to develop under the new faculty. I would say, if you're really interested in film/tv work, go to UCLA for acting but also study voice and dance outside of your major requirements...it IS a BA program, so you'll have more electives to take than if you were to go to a BFA program!
Good Luck...anyway, you have a while before you even know if you will have to transfer into those programs! You have a whole year at BoCo before you even know if they will cut you or not! It's a good idea to think ahead, but you've got so much time! Hopefully nothing will happen, and you will be able to graduate from BoCO!