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Title: C-ID, Model Curriculum, and Engineering: Part I


1
  • C-ID, Model Curriculum, and Engineering Part I
  • Michelle PilatiFaculty Coordinator, C-ID

2
Preview
  • Course Identification Numbering System
  • Model Curriculum
  • Transfer Model Curriculum (AA-S)
  • Intersegmental Model Curriculum (AS)
  • Senate Bill 1440/Senate Bill 440
  • Discussion/questions

3
What is C-ID?
  • Course Identification Numbering System
  • Products
  • Course descriptors
  • Processes
  • Convening of intersegmental faculty for
    descriptor development
  • Statewide vetting of draft descriptors
  • Submission of CCC course outlines for review
  • Course outline review process

4
What does C-ID do?
  • Provides a numerical tag, a C-ID designation,
    for courses that match a given descriptor
  • Why would that be beneficial and of interest to
    both CCC and CSU faculty?

5
What does C-ID do?
  • Provides a means of identifying comparable
    courses and of ensuring course portability within
    the CCCs
  • Addresses the need for common course numbers
  • When a college submits a course outline to obtain
    a C-ID designation, they are agreeing to accept
    other courses with that C-ID designation in lieu
    of their native course

6
What does C-ID do?
  • Provides a process for one-to-many articulation
  • Any university can opt to articulate C-ID
    descriptors, effectively granting articulation to
    all colleges that have a course matching a given
    descriptor
  • descriptor-based articulation
  • Offers a quality control and model for required
    courses in TMCs (transfer model curricula) that
    are used to develop Associate Degrees for
    Transfer (ADTs)

7
Characteristics of C-ID
  • Faculty-driven
  • Initially intersegmental
  • Student-serving
  • Enables CCCs to work like a system while
    maintaining local control of curriculum
  • NOT establishing common curriculum, identifying
    COMPARABLE courses

8
Course Descriptors include
  • Course description
  • Units labs
  • Prerequisites
  • Content
  • Objectives
  • Evaluation
  • Texts

9
C-ID Descriptors
  • Identify the essential, common components of a
    course
  • Provide enough detail to serve as the basis for
    articulation
  • Inform course updates and new course
    development

10
C-ID Descriptors
  • Permit identification of comparable courses
  • Provide consistency

11
Process
  • Develop draft descriptors
  • Faculty Discipline Review Group (FDRG)
  • Discipline convening (Discipline Input Group)
  • Vet draft descriptors www.c-id.net
  • Finalize descriptors
  • Seek articulation with universities
  • Seek COR submissions from CCCs

12
Model Curriculum for Degrees
  • Transfer Model Curricula (TMC) gtgt AS-T
  • CCCMC gtgt terminal associate degree
  • ISMC Intersegmental MC gtgt associate degree
    intended to prepare students for transfer

13
ISMC
  • Engineering
  • Units
  • Information Technology
  • Transfer? CTE? Not common.
  • Nursing
  • Units

14
To TMC or Not to TMC
  • What does it mean to have a TMC?
  • Are there obligations associated with
    establishing a TMC?
  • Why would anyone WANT a TMC?
  • Where did these TMCs come from?

15
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Senate Bill 1440 - Goals
  • Increase CCC transfers with associate degrees
  • Increase number of associate degrees awarded
  • Reduce units/cost before after transfer
  • Smoother path to transfer to a CSU
  • A guarantee at CSU

17
Ed code 66745-49 says
  • All CCCs must offer ADTs
  • Degrees include
  • 60 sem./90 qtr. CSU-transferable units
  • Completion of IGETC or CSU GE-Breadth
  • (Note GE 27-33 units)
  • Minimum 18 sem./27 qtr. units in major
  • No additional local requirements allowed
  • GPA---2.0

18
Ed code 66745-49 says
  1. the CSU shall guarantee admission with junior
    status
  2. . . . does not guarantee admission for specific
    majors or campuses
  3. priority admission ---to local CSU campus and to
    a program or major that is similar . . . as
    determined by the CSU campus

19
What could have happened. . .
  • 112 colleges develop unique degrees in each
    major. . .
  • OR
  • A concerted, statewide, intersegmental transfer
    model curriculum (TMC)
  • ?

20
New AA-T and AS-T degrees
21
Transfer Model Curriculum
  • Appropriate courses for an associate
    degree (CCC) and
  • Preparation for transfer (CSU)
  • Double-counting encouraged
  • 60 units total including GE

22
Features of TMC
  • Common core typically a minimum of 6 units
  • Additional courses selected from list s)
  • Total 18 units (minimum)
  • Some courses may be in related fields

23
SB 440
  • MANDATES degree development at the CCC IF there
    is an existing degree in the TOP Code of the TMC.
  • Important to assess impact before TMC development.

24
Engineering
  • ISMC
  • Not subject to legislated mandates
  • How is an ISMC implemented?
  • What does it mean for a college to offer an
    ISMC-aligned degree?
  • What does completion of an ISMC-aligned degree do
    for a student?

25
  • C-ID, Model Curriculum, and Engineering Part II
  • Michelle PilatiFaculty Coordinator, C-ID

26
Implementing MC
  • What obligations are there for CCCs?
  • What obligations are there for CSUs?
  • What benefits are there for students?

27
Implementing MC
  • What obligations are there for CCCs?
  • None, unless you CHOOSE to develop a degree.
  • If a CCC chooses to create an MC-aligned degree,
    they agree to reciprocity

28
Another possibility
  • No local graduation requirements?

29
Implementing MC
  • What obligations are there for CSUs?
  • None, unless a given CSU CHOOSES to do so.
  • What obligations might there be?

30
Potential CSU Obligations
  • . student benefits.
  • Admission priority.
  • Unit cap guarantee.
  • Junior standing.
  • Others?

31
Whats Next?
  • Model Curriculum Workgroup developing processes
    and policies.
  • ASCCC review of local degrees for determination
    of MC-alignment either prior to or after
    submission to the CCCCO.
  • Determine how to enforce reciprocity and any
    other proposed CCC requirements.

32
Whats Next?
  • Determine how to identify and market degrees.
  • Conduct the CSU ask what could you do for a
    student who has completed one of these degrees ?
  • Explore UC benefits.

33
Resources and Contacts
  • mpilati_at_riohondo.edu
  • http//www.C-ID.net
  • www.SB1440.org
  • www.ASCCC.org
  • info_at_c-id.net (email)
  • www.ADegreeWithAGuarantee.com.

34
  • Thanks for being here!

35
Legislative Background
  • Existing law requires the Board of Governors of
    the California Community Colleges to develop,
    maintain, and disseminate a general common course
    numbering system for use by community college
    districts.
  • SB 1415 (2004)
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