We need feedback from stakeholders! The associate degree curriculum pathways being created by twelve Transfer Pathways Teams this fall are ready for review. The TPTs will present their draft associate degree curricula at statewide Discipline Stakeholder Meetings in November. Documents will be posted online by November 11. All those interested in one or more should attend to hear from the teams (in person or via teleconference) about how they developed the pathway, and what it will mean for students, faculty, advisors, and others. It is important to the teams that they get a chance to answer your questions about the draft pathways and to hear your suggestions and ideas for improvement.
Register at www.asa.mnscu.edu/transfer/pathways.
Pathways being presented: Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice/Police, Early Childhood Education, Economics, Elementary Education, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, Mathematics, Nursing, Social Work, and Sociology.
Contact: Brenda Lyseng