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2  A description of IGETC policies and procedures used to inform students about successful transfer.

3  Effective oral and written communication;  Critical thinking;  Familiarity with styles of inquiry from a range of disciplines;  Ability to work in groups;  Skills to solve complex problems;  Tolerance for ambiguity;  An understanding of a variety of cultures, including one’s own.

4  The ability to think and communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing;  To use mathematics;  To understand the modes of inquiry of the major disciplines;  To be aware of other cultures and times;  To achieve insights gained through experience in thinking about ethical problems;  To develop the capacity for self-understanding.

5  AREAS o ENGLISH COMMUNICATION o MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS o ARTS AND HUMANITITES o SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES o PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES o LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH  IGETC HANDOUT

6  The process of developing a formal, written and published agreement that identifies courses on a “sending” campus that are comparable to or acceptable in lieu of, specific course requirements at a “receiving” campus  CIAC, California Articulation Policies and Procedures Handbook  In other words, articulation identities courses students should take at CC in order to meet university degree requirements

7  Articulation insures course to course agreements are honored and students don’t have to repeat the same course  Articulation provides a guide to what students need to take for major and general education or pre-requisites or elective credit to their CSU or UC of choice  Articulation ensures faculty that their courses are transferable and meet university standards

8  Transfer Course Agreement (TCA) o Faculty must first submit courses to Articulation Officer to submit for transferability to ASSIST.ORG through OSCAR o Courses submitted through OSCAR are only done once a year (summer) o Community colleges are told when they can submit o Short time frame when Articulation Office may submit courses

9  June-July: new courses submitted in summer  October: Re-submission for appeals  November: submit courses for following Spring  December: submit for placement into IGETC area; i.e. science courses will be placed into physical and life science area with lab placed into 5C  April: community colleges are informed if courses from the TCA are accepted into IGETC AND Fall 2012 courses

10  Official Course Outline of Record is used to review courses for acceptance into the TCA  COR is used when UC reviews any discipline.  The UC reviews a discipline every year, this year is history, Next year is counseling courses  If the COR is not detailed enough, the UC will require course syllabi fill in the gaps

11  How to use it and what it can do for you and your students. o Online student transfer information system o Try the online “Assist Help Pages” o Can guide students to select appropriate general education courses to CSU, UC  Can inform instructors on articulation to the CSU, UC in o General Education courses o UC transferable courses o CSU transferable courses


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