ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE ICT

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ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE ICT
PATHWAYS THROUGH ARTICULATION

EDUCATING FOR CAREERS

FEBRUARY 14, 2012


Nancy Jones, Coastline Community College

WHAT OUR STUDENTS

NEED AND WANT



Industry
-
Ready Job Skills


Streamlined Education


Fast Yet Complete Degrees/Certificates


No Duplication


Low Cost


Seamless Transitions



ARTICULATION DELIVERS



Brings the Right People to the Table


Fosters Communications


Develops Trust


Drives Curriculum Alignment

THREE TYPES OF
ARTICULATION



Advanced Placement


Substitution of Prerequisites


Credit By Exam



CREDIT BY EXAM



Actual College Credit


Transcripted

Credit


Transferable Credit




WHY ARTICULATION DOESN’T
WORK



Title V Misconceptions


Credit in Escrow


In Good Standing


Communications
Between Segments


Faculty Resistance


Budget


Rigor


Student
Awareness

STATEWIDE CAREER
PATHWAYS



F
acilitate
articulation between high schools,
ROCPs, and colleges.


Create Articulation Agreements/Templates


Educate Students, Parents
,
Faculty on
Articulation/CTE


Create Database of Articulation
Agreements


Create CTE Awareness (
Whodouwant2b.com)



Provide Transportability


WHY DOES IT WORK?



Coordinated
by Statewide Academic Senate


Curriculum one of 10+1


Takes advantage of Consultation Process that is
used by the Statewide Academic Senate


Recognized by the State Chancellors Office


PROJECT STATUS


Articulation Template and Agreement Status


Over 55 DWGs have convened over the past 5 years.


Templates in all 15 industry sectors!


118 approved articulation templates posted on the Statewide Career
Pathways website.



Over 1600 articulation agreements posted in the online database


Addressing barriers to student transition from high
schools and ROCPs to college CTE programs.


Increasing CTE awareness (Whodouwant2b.com)


Developing CTE Transfer Degrees


ARTICULATION
TEMPLATES

WHY TEMPLATES?

1.
Provide
r
eplicable standards


2.
Easy to use


3.
Statewide transportability


4.
Allows for localization of agreements

Statewide Career

Pathways Website


www.statewidepathways.org


Template Forum and Approved Templates


Articulation Agreements Database


Tech Prep Directory


Other Resources


Newsletters


Information on upcoming activities & trainings


Publications


1440
ASSOCIATE

DEGREES FOR TRANSFER

It’s the Law!!!!!

1440 ASSOCIATE

DEGREES
FOR TRANSFER

1. To earn an “associate degree for transfer” a student
must complete 60 semester units . . . that are
eligible for transfer . . . that consist of:


IGETC or CSU GE Breadth


a major or area of emphasis of at least 18 units,
as defined by the
CCC

2. No additional local graduation requirements may be
required

3. Minimum GPA of 2.0 is required


If a student completes an
“associate degree for transfer”


1.
“the CSU shall guarantee admission with junior
status”

2.
“Admission to the CSU. . . does
not
guarantee
admission for specific majors or campuses”

3.
“the CSU shall grant a student priority admission to
his or her
local
CSU campus and to a program or
major that is
similar
to his or her CC major or area
of emphasis, as determined by the CSU campus to
which the student is admitted”

Once a student completes an
“associate degree for transfer” and
is at the CSU:







The CSU shall not require students transferring . . .
to repeat courses that are
similar
to those taken at
the CC that counted toward the associate degree
for transfer.”

1440/STATEWIDE

CAREER PATHWAYS


CC Faculty Scrambling to Develop 1440 Transfer
Degrees
-
C
-
ID Project (C
-
ID.net)


SCP working with C
-
ID to Develop CTE Transfer
Model Curriculum (Templates)


Computer Science (Programming)


CIS (Business Emphasis)


CIS Security


Information Technology Routing


Implications for Programs of Study


How This Will Affect Your Students

COMPUTER SCIENCE TMC


20 Units


Programming Concepts & Methodologies I
(CS1) (Object
-
Oriented
) 3 Units


Programming Concepts & Methodologies II
(CS2) (Intro to Data Structures
) 3 Units


Computer Arch. & Org. (w/Assembly Language
)
3 Units


Discrete Structures
3 Units


Calculus I and
II 8 Units


Physics I and
II 8 Units

CIS BUSINESS EMPHSIS TMC


18 Units


Financial Accounting 3 Units


Managerial Accounting 3 Units


Microeconomics 3 Units


Macroeconomics 3 Units


Intro to Programming 3 Units


Intro Database Management Systems 3 Units


Finite Math or Bus Statistics 3 Units


Computer (Bus) Information Systems 3 Units

CIS SECURITY TMC


18 Units


Intro to Programming 3 Units


Intro to Networking 3 Units


Intro to Security 3 Units


Cyber Security 3 Units


Cisco Security or CISSP or Intro Forensics 3 Units



Intro Hardware or Intro Software or Intro Linux or
Intro Desktop OS or Intro OS or Intro Virtualization or
Intro DBMS or SQL or Intro Scripting 3 Units

INFO TECH ROUTING TMC


18 Units


Intro to Networking 3 Units


Routing Protocols and Concepts 3 Units


LAN Switching/Wireless 3 Units


Accessing WAN 3 Units


Intro to Hardware 3 Units


Intro to Software 3 Units

WHODOUWANT2B.COM


REMEMBER THE
STUDENTS!

RESOURCES


StatewidePathways.org


Whodouwant2b.com


C
-
ID.net