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A Brief on Improving UC Intercampus Articulation: Creating a Model for Articulation and Matriculation Agreements

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  • Douglass, John Aubrey
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    This brief provided a possible policymaking path for the University of California to improve UC intercampus articulation, while also retaining the authority of the campus Divisions of the Academic Senate (which regulates course agreements), colleges, and academic departments to set standards for the acceptance of course credit. Two issues are discussed. One, an outline of the current difficulties for a student to be simultaneously enrolled in a course at a UC campus other than their "home" UC campus, and the need to improve this process in the future. And two, the possibility of a policy framework and a proposed mechanism for both improving and regulating enrollment and the transfer of course credit toward the degree and major with applicability within the university and an improving articulation with California's Community Colleges.

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    Paper provided by Center for Studies in Higher Education, UC Berkeley in its series University of California at Berkeley, Center for Studies in Higher Education with number qt2wt1w6h0.

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    Date of creation: 01 Apr 1998
    Handle: RePEc:cdl:cshedu:qt2wt1w6h0
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