Courses approved by our Curriculum Committee and received by the Board of Directors may be submitted for approval for inclusion in the uc transfer course agreement (TCA) list and the list of CSU bachelor`s degrees. Our courses must be approved for Transferable Course Agreement (TCA) and CSU-B lists before secondary agreements (such as course-to-course, IGETC, CSU-GE or pre-major courses) can be initiated. A list of independent colleges and their equivalencies, such as Santa Clara, Notre Dame de Namur, USC, San Francisco and Pacific. Incoming transfer students must complete these steps for credit/transcript assessment: 2. At least 30 transferable semester units with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher. A list of extra-state colleges and their equivalencies. CounselingArticulation Officer and Honors Counselor(408) firstname.lastname@example.orgLibrary room 18 Simply put, the articulation deals with how courses are transferred from one college to another. Specifically, articulation is the process of determining which courses offered at Mission College (MC) are comparable or acceptable to courses offered at four-year colleges and universities. This process is done to help transfer students make a smooth transition (usually from a community college to a university or college) without delay or duplication of work. The model that a student must follow depends on the transfer university and the specific main subject envisaged. Contact a West Valley College counselor for help understanding the most appropriate choice.
It takes several months to a year or sometimes longer for a new or revised course to be approved for all relevant transfer ariculation lists. Articulation agreements identify courses taken at one institution that meet the requirements of another institution for major preparation, general education or transferable units. Articulation agreements may be presented as course to course, for the preparation of the major subjects of the lower department and/or for general requirements for the scope of teaching. .