Every UC has their own separate policy regarding four year transfers. If you achieve senior standing, usually 80-90 semester units then your application WILL NOT be accepted at some of the UCs, which are UCLA, UCSD, UCSC, UCSB, and UC Berkeley (except Haas). Others review applications from those in senior standing on a case by case basis UCD, UCR, and UC Merced require special approval by the dean of admissions if you reach senior standing. UCI is the only UC that has no unit limitation for transfers.
Also, it seems like GEs/major pre-reqs could be tricky having transferred twice. The GE requirements for CSUs and UCs are slightly different as are what classes are transferable, so you might want to investigate that further. The UCs that require special review for admission are going to look at something like this to see if you're going to graduate in a reasonable amount of time. A big problem for direct four year transfers is that there's no direct articulation for courses between them and the UCs, this includes CSUs. So, it's rare that all of your CSU units will transfer. If you were planning to use some of those units for major pre-req/GE requirements and they end up non-transferable, it's going to hurt you during the admission process. Also, you may want to go back and see if any of the CC courses you took were only CSU transferable vs UC transferable. If you have any CSU transferable CC courses, those won't count for pre-reqs/GEs and won't count in your transferable GPA.
That's actually not accurate. UCD's College of Engineering is the only department that DOESN'T have a unit limitation. UCD's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, College of Letters and Sciences, and College of Biological Sciences all require special review for those that exceed 80 UC transferable units if they don't come directly from a CC.
Last edited by dilapidatedmind; 11-13-2012 at 01:23 AM.