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SB1440 Implementation Duane Short San Diego Miramar College

SB1440 Implementation Duane Short San Diego Miramar College

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SB1440 Implementation Duane Short San Diego Miramar College

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  1. SB1440 Implementation Duane Short San Diego Miramar College

  2. Overview of presentation • Background • Curricular component • Admissions component • The big picture • An example • Advising tool • Questions & Discussion

  3. Background

  4. Background • Presentation is representative of the collective perspective of CCC Articulation Officers • Statistics represent broad averages and estimates based on available research

  5. Background • Components of a bachelor’s degree GE + MP + M + GR  At least 120 units GE = General Education MP = Major Prep M = Major GR = Graduation Requirements

  6. Background • Components of a bachelor’s degree GE + MP + M + GR  At least 120 units GE = General Education MP = Major Prep M = Major GR = Graduation Requirements

  7. Background • Most efficient path to degree: GE + MP + M + GR  120 units 70 units at CCC + 50 units at CSU

  8. Background • Observed in real world: GE + MP + M + GR  About 150 units 80 units at CCC + 70 units at CSU

  9. Background • Why is 150 units a problem? • 30 more units than needed for most majors • Represents 1 year of coursework and associated costs

  10. Background GE + MP + M + GR  About 150 units • Causes cited in research • Exploration of various fields of study • High unit majors (STEM disciplines) • Erroneous information • Barriers to transfer • Varying curricular requirements

  11. Background GE + MP + M + GR  About 150 units • Causes cited in research • Exploration of various fields of study • High unit majors (STEM disciplines) • Erroneous information • Barriers to transfer • Varying curricular requirements

  12. Background • Varying requirements… • Each CSU may have its own unique major preparation requirements • Each CCC has its own set of courses • 23 CSU campuses x 112 CCC campuses = 2,576 different potential combinations for each major

  13. Background • Apparent intent of SB1440… • Students complete an associate degree consisting of transfer requirements accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major • Students get priority admission to their local CSU campus • Students get guaranteed admission somewhere in the CSU system

  14. Background • Apparent intent of SB1440… • Students complete an associate degree consisting of transfer requirements accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major • Students get priority admission to their local CSU campus • Students get guaranteed admission somewhere in the CSU system Already in place Already in place Already in place

  15. Background • Apparent intent of SB1440… • Students complete an associate degree consisting of transfer requirements accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major • Students get priority admission to their local CSU campus • Students get guaranteed admission somewhere in the CSU system Already in place Already in place Already in place Modified

  16. Curricular component

  17. Curricular component • Students complete an associate degree consisting of transfer requirements accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major

  18. Curricular component • Students complete an associate degree consisting of transfer requirementsaccepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major

  19. Curricular component • Students complete an AA-T/AS-T accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major

  20. Curricular component What does accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major mean?

  21. Curricular component What does accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major mean?

  22. Curricular component • “Accepted” might mean:“Fulfills all major preparation requirements”

  23. Curricular component • “Accepted” might mean:“Fulfills all major preparation requirements” • AA-T/AS-T would function for majors just like CSU GE or IGETC pattern functions for GE

  24. Curricular component Viewed as a possiblefuture goal; not beingpursued at this time • “Accepted” might mean:“Fulfills all major preparation requirements” • AA-T/AS-T would function for majors just like CSU GE or IGETC pattern functions for GE

  25. Curricular component • “Accepted” current usage:“Resulting in no more than 60 units after transfer”

  26. Curricular component • “Accepted” current usage:“Resulting in no more than 60 units after transfer” • Might fulfill all major prep requirements

  27. Curricular component • “Accepted” current usage:“Resulting in no more than 60 units after transfer” • Might fulfill all major prep requirements • Might fulfill some major prep requirements

  28. Curricular component • “Accepted” current usage:“Resulting in no more than 60 units after transfer” • Might fulfill all major prep requirements • Might fulfill some major prep requirements • Might fulfill no major prep requirements • Depends on: • AA-T/AS-T design • CSU major prep requirements • Student course selection Determined by existingarticulation (or case-by-case evaluation after transfer)

  29. Curricular component What does accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major mean? “Accepted” means resulting inno more than 60 units aftertransfer

  30. Curricular component What does accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major mean?

  31. Curricular component • “Every CSU campus offering a similar major” might mean:“Every CSU campus offering a major in this field”

  32. Curricular component • “Every CSU campus offering a similar major” might mean:“Every CSU campus offering a major in this field” • The AA-T/AS-T would function as “approximate preparation” for all possible CSU destinations CSU system is trying to implement this

  33. Curricular component • “Every CSU campus offering a similar major” current usage:“Every CSU campus that can ensure no more than 60 units after transfer”

  34. Curricular component • “Every CSU campus offering a similar major” current usage:“Every CSU campus that can ensure no more than 60 units after transfer” • Not necessarily all campuses with the major

  35. Curricular component • “Every CSU campus offering a similar major” current usage:“Every CSU campus that can ensure no more than 60 units after transfer” • Not necessarily all campuses with the major • Not necessarily all specializations within a major determined “similar” CSU system is trying to “get to 60” for all campuses with the major

  36. Curricular component • Possible strategies to implement “…no more than 60 units after transfer” • Design ADTs to minimize coursework not required at all/most CSUs • Provide student course selection advice with ADTs • Accept AA-T/AS-T for a particular specialization within a major • Waive CSU graduation requirements • Waive CSU major requirements e.g. American Institutions Probably case-by-casebasis after transfer Probably case-by-casebasis after transfer

  37. Curricular component What does accepted at every CSU campus offering a similar major mean? “Accepted” means resulting inno more than 60 units aftertransfer “Every CSU campus…” means every campus that can do this

  38. Admissions component

  39. Admissions component • New admission policy… • Students are considered “local” for admission purposes based on the CCC awarding the AA-T/AS-T • Students who have an AA-T/AS-T receive admission priority over those who do not

  40. Admissions component • Admission categories based on • CSU campus/program impaction and • CCC student/degree characteristics

  41. Admissions component • Admission categories based on • CSU campus/program impaction and • CCC student/degree characteristics

  42. Admissions component • Three kinds of impaction at CSU 1. No impaction • All students admitted* 2. Impacted campus/nonimpacted program • All local students admitted* • Nonlocal student must meet campus impaction criteria *Must meet CSU system minimum admission requirements Determined by CSU CampusImpaction Information Chart

  43. Admissions component • Three kinds of impaction at CSU 3. Impacted program • Local students must meet local program impaction criteria • Nonlocal students must meet nonlocal program impaction criteria Determined by CSU UndergradImpacted Programs Matrix May be different criteria for local vs. nonlocal

  44. Admissions component • Admission categories based on • CSU campus/program impaction and • CCC student/degree characteristics

  45. Admissions component • CCC student/degree characteristics • Local Admission Area student; No AA-T/AS-T • Nonlocal Admission Area student; No AA-T/AS-T This is the status quo(before SB1440) Determined by CSU LocalAdmission Area list