|Date Created:||10/13/2016 Date Submitted: 10/21/2016 Status: Approved|
|Attendance :||Arizona State University Arizona Western College Central Arizona College Cochise College Coconino Community College Eastern Arizona College Maricopa Community Colleges Mohave Community College Northern Arizona University Northland Pioneer College Pima Community College University of Arizona Yavapai College|
|Virtual Attendance :||University of Arizona, Mohave Community College, Northland Pioneer College, Central Arizona College, South Mountain Community College|
|Next Fall Meeting Date :||October 5, 2017|
|Meeting Time :||10am-2pm|
|Location :||Rio Salado College-MCCD|
|Meeting Type :||In Person|
|Meeting Chair :||Angela Kwan-RSC|
|Meeting Host :||Angela Kwan-RSC|
|Spring Meeting Information :|
|No Data Changes :||Yes - ATF Requested Changes|
|Changes to Majors on Common Course Matrix :|
|Changes to Common Courses :||
AA-AJS SR: NAU added JUS 110, 120, 135, 247 to common courses.
AA AJS SR: NAU added JUS 145, 225, 232, 235 to the electives.
|Changes to Exam Matrix :||Criminal Justice & Introduction to Law Enforcement DSST Exams: NAU is still under review.|
|AGEC Information :||None|
|Record of the Votes :|
|Issues Raised :||
Dennis Catlin (NAU) wants clarification on whether or not JUS prefix is transferable to NAU Mountain campus. If not, then the JUS prefix lised on the common course matrix should indicate that JUS coursework is only transferable to NAU Extended Campus Bachelor's Degree in Justice Studies. A discussion ensued clarifying that there is a difference between NAU Extended Campus (BS in Justice Studies) v. the NAU ground campus program. The group recommended that we clarify the difference like we do for the ASU Downtown and Tempe campus programs.
ATF Portal Prefixes: Stuart Bishop (NPC) stated that the college no longer offers Corrections prefix (COR).
|Curriculum Planning :||John (UA) clarified that UA offers elective credit for most of the common core courses because there are no core equivalencies to UA (most of their classes are upper division, but the still want the classes to transfer).|
|CEG changes :||
ASU has recently added CRJ 210 Criminal Investigations. It was elective, but now has direct equivalency.
ASU also added CRJ 294 Crime and Malfeasance (Ethics) course. ASU is currently in the process of finalizing direct equivalency for this course. Any CC with a similar course should submit curriculum to ASU for re-articulation.
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|Document||Document Name||Size||Document Type|
|Review Document||ATF Meeting Roster/Sign In||45,367 bytes||application/pdf|
|Review Document||ATF Meeting Notes||263,070 bytes||application/pdf|