Bridge: Articulation Agreements
Improving Transfer from Two-Year to Four-Year Institutions
The project's team collaborates with faculty and administrators at QC and QCC to develop performance goals, methodologies, and rubrics to assess student learning outcomes and progress in STEM. Data from this project will contribute to enhance understanding of how students in STEM accumulate credits, progress academically, and attain STEM degrees.
The team also supports faculty writing articulation agreements between QCC and QC for all STEM majors. Some of these agreements will lead to dual degrees, based on curricula co-owned by the disciplinary faculty at QC and QCC.
- Transfer App (http://transfer-app.qc.cuny.edu): There are over a million rules that tell how courses transfer among CUNY colleges. This site lets you see what rules exist (or not), to provide feedback about existing rules, and to track the status of the rule review process.
- Degreeworks (http://degreeworks.cuny.edu): Online advisement system
- CUNYfirst (http://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu): System for student and employee administrative, human resources, and financial processes, including student academic records
- Articulation Template
- CUNY's faculty handbook for the creation of new academic programs
- University Faculty Senate list of existing articulation agreements in CUNY
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