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Course Equivalency Guide (CEG)

Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (APASC)
http://www.aztransfer.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Admin_CEG

The Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) shows how courses transfer from community college to ASU, NAU and U of A.

The online Course Equivalency Guide tells how courses taken at one school (the "source" institution, typically an Arizona community college) transfer to another school (the "target" institution, ASU, NAU, or UA). The CEG calendar year runs from Summer Session I through Spring Semester, with data going back to 1990. With the exception of direct course equivalencies, the CEG does not indicate how courses will apply to completion of major requirements at the universities. The CEG does not determine how transfer courses may apply to specific baccalaureate degree.

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Rebecca McKay

Rebecca.McKay@asu.edu

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Arizona Course Equivalency Tracking System (ACETS)

Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (Arizona)
http://www.apascaz.org/

ACETS is designed to track course equivalency decisions as they go through the statewide articulation process in Arizona. ACETS supports all decision making required to establish equivalencies in Arizona, from the initial request for an equivalency evaluation, through the creation of a report to be used by Arizona university encoders.

ACETS (Arizona Course Equivalency Tracking System) is designed to track course equivalency decisions as they go through the statewide articulation process (defined below) in Arizona. ACETS supports all decision making required to establish equivalencies in Arizona, from the initial request for an equivalency evaluation, through the creation of a report to be used by Arizona university encoders. ACETS tracks the timeframe for course equivalency from source institution to target institution and triggers a report to target institutions when timelines are outside normal boundaries. A Target school records its decision within 45 days in ACETS and encodes it within 15 days. Institutions can check recent information activity by querying the database.

STATE ARTICULATION PROCESS In Arizona, the process for course evaluation for community college courses by an Arizona university involves entering in the course data into an online form in ACETS. The form types that are currently defined are: * New Course Evaluation Form * Modified Course Evaluation Form * Editorial Change Form * Course Deletion Form * CEG Data Cleanup Form * ATF - CEG Change Form * EXAM Review Form Once the community college submits a form, each University receives it and routes it to faculty groups (one or more). For example, if the community college were teaching new course in Biochemistry, it may be reviewed for equivalency by the university biology faculty, chemistry faculty, and perhaps even engineering. Once the faculty evaluations are complete, the university Office of Articulation summarizes and completes the evaluation in ACETS, which submits the eval back to the community college. ACETS Documenation is online as part of the ATAC Handbook: http://www.apascaz.org/atac/handbook.html

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Rebecca McKay

Rebecca.McKay@asu.edu

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Core Reform Tools

Boise State University
http://www.boisestate.edu/

Reviewing and revising general education requirements for the baccalaureate degree

This tool is designed to outline the process used at one institution in order to examine its general education requirements with the goals of making major revisions to better reflect the learning outcomes desired for all graduates of the university.

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Sharon McGuire

sharonmcguire@boisestate.edu

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