Development of Pathways into the Majors
|August 2012||Courses that will be accepted as entry-level courses for beginning the major, or as prerequisites for such courses, in five majors (criminal justice, English, nursing, psychology, and teacher education) are announced.|
Four additional disciplinary committees begin determining the first three to six courses that lead into the majors in economics, engineering, political science, and sociology.
The original seven disciplinary committees recommend for approval no fewer than three and no more than six courses that will be accepted as entry-level courses for beginning the major, or as prerequisites for such courses, by all colleges offering those majors.
|March-April 2012||Disciplinary committees provide draft recommendations regarding the largest transfer majors. Comments invited from the CUNY community until April 18.|
|January-March 2012||Disciplinary committees provide updates on work concerning largest transfer majors.|
|December 2011||Disciplinary committees provide updates on work concerning largest transfer majors.|
|October 2011||Disciplinary committees convene and begin work concerning largest transfer majors (Biology <pdf>, Business <pdf>, Criminal Justice <pdf>, English <pdf>, Nursing <pdf>, Psychology <pdf>, and Teacher Education <pdf>).
|June 2011||CUNY Board of Trustees approves resolution on creating an effective transfer system <pdf>.|