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CCCS Dev Ed Redesign: Course Crosswalks. August 2013 – GEAR Up. Traditional course sequence. The goal of the redesign. Move students quickly and effectively through their first college level course. Represented differently. Represented differently. Crosswalks. www.cccs.edu/de

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### CCCS Dev Ed Redesign: Course Crosswalks

August 2013 – GEAR Up

The goal of the redesign

Move students quickly and effectively through their first college level course.

Crosswalks

www.cccs.edu/de

Highlight over “crosswalks” and then select CCR or math.

Example

Q) John is a student who completed MAT 060. What math class should he enroll in now?

Example

Q) John is a student who completed MAT 060. What math class should he enroll in now?

A) It depends on John’s career path. First we should look at his iCAP to determine the pathway he is working toward. Depending on his career plans he might register for MAT050, 103, 107, 108, 109, or 112.

Example

Q) Maria has completed REA 030 and ENG 060. What is the next course she should enroll in?

Example

Q) Maria has completed REA 030 and ENG 060. What is the next course she should enroll in?

A) Maria should enroll in one of the CCR studio courses. Either CCR093 with a co-requisite college course or CCR094 with the co-requisite ENG121 course.