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Nursing d iscipline i nput g roup meetings digs may 4 11 2012

Nursing Discipline Input Group Meetings (“DIGs”) May 4 & 11, 2012

Jane Patton, C-ID Faculty Coordinator

Christie Jamshidnejad, Articulation Officer

A Collaboration between C-ID and HWI

Today s agenda
Today’s agenda

Purpose of this meeting

Update: California Collaborative Model of Nursing Education and AB 1295

What is C-ID?

What is SB 1440? (Associate degrees for transfer)

Today’s work session: Draft course descriptors

CA CMNE (2007)AB 1295 (2009)IOM Report (2010)SB 1440 (2010)

Summary of Key Differences (May 2012)Compiled by Liz Close, PhD, RN (with sole responsibility for content and interpretation)

What is c id
What is C-ID?

  • A system to replace and expand on CAN

  • a supra-numbering system

  • a response to mandates & needs

  • a published set of course descriptors

Course descriptors
“Course Descriptors”

  • Identify the essential, common components of a course

  • Provide enough detail to serve as the basis for articulation

  • Inform course updates

  • Permit identification of comparable courses

  • Provide consistency for the TMC

C id descriptors include
C-ID Descriptors include:

Course description

Units; labs


Course content


Evaluation methods



  • Develop draft descriptors at DIGs

  • FDRG finishes the draft descriptors

  • Vet draft descriptors (college & university)

  • Finalize descriptors (FDRG)

  • Seek articulation with universities

  • Seek COR submissions from CCCs

Www c id net

Be sure you and your colleagues sign up for the Nursing listserv ---to receive notices to review & comment on drafts.

A department meeting might be spent reviewing them together.

Tasks today
Tasks today

  • Discuss components of a model curriculum

  • Draft course descriptors in 4 groups

    • Med Surg: intro & intermediate

    • Med Surg : complex med surg; critical care; geriatric care

    • Specialities: OB; Peds; Psych/mental health

    • Multicultural; Leadership; Pharmacology

Senate bill 1440
Senate Bill 1440

  • Mandates colleges offer“associate degrees for transfer”

  • Offers benefits for students

Associate degree for transfer requirements
Associate Degree for Transfer Requirements:

  • A student must complete 60 semester units or 90 quarter units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of

    • IGETC or CSU GE Breadth

    • a major or area of emphasis of at least 18 units, as defined by the CCC

  • No additional local graduation requirements may be required

  • Minimum GPA of 2.0

  • the CSU shall guarantee admission with junior status”

  • “. . . does not guarantee admission for specific majors or campuses”

  • “priority admission ---to local CSU campus and to a program or major that is similar . . . as determined by the CSU campus”

The CSU may require a student transferring pursuant to this article to take additional courses at the CSU so long as the student is not required to take any more than 60 additional semester units or 90 quarter units at the CSU for majors requiring 120 semesterunits or 180 quarter units.”

The CSU shall not require students . . . to repeat courses that are similar to those taken at the CC that counted toward the associate degree for transfer.”

Implementing sb 1440
Implementing SB 1440

112 colleges develop unique degrees in each major. . .


A concerted, statewide, intersegmental transfer model curriculum (TMC)

New aa t and as t degrees
New “AA-T” and“AS-T” degrees

T ransfer m odel c urriculum
Transfer Model Curriculum”

Appropriate courses for an associate degree

Preparation for transfer

“Double-counting” encouraged

60 units total including GE

Features of tmc
Features of TMC

Common “core” – typically 6 units

Additional courses selected from list (s)

Total 18 units (minimum)

Some courses may be in related fields

Tmc steps to develop
TMC: steps to develop

“DIG” or FDRG drafts initial TMC (Faculty Discipline Review Group)

FDRG reviews & modifies the draft

A draft TMC is posted at for vetting

Tmc steps continued
TMC steps continued

  • FDRG makes sense of the feedback

    • either finalizes TMC or

    • modifies and re- vets if needed

  • TMC is finalized

  • CCCs develop degrees to align with TMC

  • CSU campuses determine if TMC is “similar”

Progress so far
Progress so far

18 final TMCs

>6 under development

~330 degrees approved in Chanc. Office so far

> 294 C-ID descriptors in place

>1200 courses approved in C-ID

Many more C-ID descriptors in the works

The relationship c id aa as t
The relationship:C-ID + AA/AS-T

First is C-ID: intersegmental faculty groups (FDRG)

  • They develop course descriptors

  • They develop a TMC

Today s groups
Today’s Groups:

Look at “DIG” notes: “TMC” & questions

Consider “TMC”

Identify courses, then course descriptors:

Med Surg: intro & intermediate

Med Surg : complex med surg; critical care; geriatric care

Specialities: OB; Peds; Psych/mental health

Multicultural; Leadership; Pharmacology


It helps if we can. . .

  • Maintain statewide perspectives. (Local campuses always have idiosyncrasies. )

  • Consider: what would the ideal case be?

  • Consider other initiatives’ progress(1295 + CMNE)

  • Ensure you + colleagues are on your listserv

Thanks for being here!

Remaining slides are in case they are needed
Remaining slides are “in case” they are needed

Example tmc communication studies
Example TMC: Communication Studies

Required Core:

Public Speaking +

Any two courses from:

List A:


Argumentation/ Debate

Interpersonal Comm.

Group Comm.

Communication studies tmc
Communication Studies TMC

List B – Any 2 courses from:

  • Any course not used above or:

  • Forensics

  • Intercultural Comm.

  • Intro. Human Comm.

  • Mass Comm/ new media

  • Oral Interp.

  • Persuasion

List C

Any List A or B course not used--- or Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, English, Journalism (note: outside discipline)