Community colleges have a much higher transfer rates to UCs than CSUs (depending on the campus, the transfer rate from community colleges is usually twice as much as other 4-year institutions). The reason is because the UCs discourage transfers from other 4-year institutions. While it's not impossible to transfer from CSUs to UCs, if your ultimate goal is to graduate from a UC school, attending a community college is the easiest route (you get better transfer support and resources from your community college).
Yes you can do that. As for the qualifications you would have to speak to UCLA as they are different for each degree.
You need to talk with a UCLA admissions counsellor and look at the CSUN handbook. It will show if the courses you are taking are transferrable as a general rule.
UCs give priority to transfers from CCs. Those trying to transfer from a Cal State or UC are facing an uphill battle b/c UCs consider those people to have gotten a chance to go to a good 4yr uni while the CC people haven't. As public schools, part of their mission is to provide a chance for these CC people who haven't gotten a chance.
If you're going to transfer, then go to a CC. Don't go to a Cal State.
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