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Transcript of PCAH


Terrie Hawthorne

Why does the PCAH need a 6th Edition?
Structure of the
6th Edition
Lean and Mean
• Focusing on 2 elements:
- Criteria used by CO staff for
curriculum review
- Approval and Legal Standards

• Requires revisions only when
regulations or curriculum approval
criteria/standards change
Overview of PCAH:
6th Edition

Credit Course Review
Criteria and Standards
PCAH: Appendices
and Other Changes

CO review criteria for elements of Course Outline of Record; focus on contact hours and correct unit calculation with total student learning hours

Credit hour calculations

Updated repeatable courses section

All credit course criteria, standards, and topics in one section
Moreno Valley College - Facilitator
• Sixth edition will include an Index

• Appendices will not be part of
formally approved PCAH so they
can be revised as necessary

• Proposed content:
- Resource pages
- Title 5 and Ed. Code tables and text
- Credit hour calculation samples

Anything else?
Next Steps?
Significant Changes:

PCAH re-write group needs to finish the work of drafting and editing

Final draft will be shared with SACC for review and endorsement

Final draft will then go to Chancellor’s Office Legal Review – this could take a while!

Final drat will also have to be reviewed by Department of Finance to make sure there are no situations contained therein which might lead to an unfunded mandate

Final draft then goes to the Board of Governors

Document released to the field

What is the process for revision?
What is the timeline?
From one to three documents
Curriculum Submission Guidelines
• Step-by-step guide for developing
and submitting curriculum proposals

• Refers to PCAH for approval criteria
and standards

• Development is emphasizing
consistency with PCAH
Technical Manual:
• "How-to" guide for the Curriculum

• Updated as needed; only contains
technical directions

• Care is taken not to introduce new
curriculum expectations or
standards as technology is updated
Credit Program Approval
Criteria and Standards
Narrative and language for local degrees: no transfer language in submission
General Education for Local Degrees
Articulation requirements for local degrees,
no 51%

Approval criteria for ADT general education and total degree units: for approval, degree must be at 60 with either GE; however, local colleges may award with either
Using “P” grades in ADTs
Significant Changes:
Non-credit Course Review
Criteria and Standards
Non-credit Program Approval
Criteria and Standards
Curriculum Submission Guidelines
• Content

• Rationale for separate document

• Anything else??
• Content

• Rationale for separate document

• Online Templates

Anything else??
1. Standards
2. The course outline of record for noncredit courses
3. conduct of noncredit courses
4. Repetition and noncredit courses
5. Noncredit courses and prerequisites
6. Grading policy for noncredit courses
7. Acceptance of noncredit courses towards requirements for an associate degree
8. Restriction summary for noncredit courses
9. Noncredit and FTES and computation of enrollment
10. Noncredit distance education
Criteria A. Appropriateness to Mission
Criteria B. Need
Criteria C. Curriculum Standards
Criteria D. Adequate Resources
Criteria E. Compliance

Approval criteria for noncredit courses and programs:

1. Regulations for Noncredit Course Curricula

2. Philosophy for Noncredit Curriculum

3. Noncredit Categories

Course Overview:

1. Legal Authority

2. Noncredit and Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP)
• Certificate of Competency
• Certificate of Completion
• Adult High School Diploma
• Apprenticeships

Noncredit course standards::

Noncredit program standards::

Gregory Anderson

Marie Boyd

Shelly L. Hess

Cris McCullough

Erik Shearer
Vice President of Instruction, Cañada College
Curriculum Chair & SLO Facilitator, Chaffey College
Dean of Curriculum and Instructional Services, San Diego CCD
Dean of Curriculum and Instruction, Chancellor’s Office
Napa Valley College
Degree Submission Types: Transfer, Local CTE, Local Non-CTE. Transfer used exclusively for ADTs. All other degrees categorized for submission under Local.
Significant Changes:

1. Regulations for noncredit courses including regulations and philosophy for noncredit curriculum, noncredit course categories, and issues regarding noncredit courses (standards, noncredit CORs, conduct of noncredit courses, prerequisites and noncredit courses, repetition and noncredit courses, grading policy for noncredit courses, acceptance of noncredit courses towards requirements for an Associate Degree, restriction summary for noncredit courses, noncredit and FTES and computation of enrollment, noncredit Distance Education, Minimum Qualifications for instructors of noncredit courses )

2. Regulations for noncredit programs including Noncredit and Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP), Certificates of Competency, Certificates of Completion, Adult High School Diplomas, and Apprenticeships

3. Approval of Noncredit Courses and Programs
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