Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether a particular course offered at LA Trade Tech College is comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, a corresponding course at a particular CSU or UC campus. Each university system has its own program requirements. These requirements vary with the student’s intended major. An articulation agreement is an agreement with a four-year institution that specifies which LATTC classes may be transferred to meet general education, elective, or major requirements. The purpose of articulation is to facilitate the successful transfer of students from the community colleges to the baccalaureate colleges and universities
Support student transfer by providing “road maps” called articulation agreements.
Facilitate student’s transition from other institutions to LATTC and from LATTC to four–year universities by certifying general education transfer requirements (IGETC and CSU General Education Breadth patterns).
Create and maintain curriculum guides which outline LATTC requirements for programs of study.
Assist instructional faculty in the development of new curriculum (both courses and programs) and to ensure its compliance with transfer and articulation requirements and Title 5 regulations.
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