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1 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION GARY CHARTRAND, Chair Pam Stewart Commissioner of Education JOHN R. PADGET, Vice Chair Members ADA G. ARMAS, M.D. SALLY BRADSHAW JOHN A. COLÓN BARBARA S. FEINGOLD KATHLEEN SHANAHAN M E M O R A N D U M TO: Florida College System Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officers FROM: Julie Alexander DATE: October 4, 2013 SUBJECT: Approval of Rule 6A , Meta-Major Academic Pathways The State Board of Education approved Rule 6A , Florida Administrative Code, Meta- Major Academic Pathways (attached), on September 17, The purpose of this new rule is to establish meta-major academic pathways as required by Section (S.) (5), Florida Statutes (F.S.). This rule will go into effect in late October. A meta-major is a collection of academic programs that have common or related content, and the intent is for Florida College System institutions to be able to advise associate degree seeking students based on the selection of a meta-major academic pathway. The rule identifies eight meta-majors, and also specifies the gateway courses in English and mathematics that are appropriate for each meta-major. As is specified in the rule, meta-major academic pathways must be a component of each Florida College System institution s approved comprehensive advising plan pursuant S (6)(a), F.S. Students should be advised of the academic pathway that correlates with their selected metamajor, to include the appropriate gateway courses. RANDALL W. HANNA CHANCELLOR, THE FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM 325 W. GAINES STREET TALLAHASSEE, FL

2 Florida College System Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officers Page Two October 4, 2013 Please review the attached draft crosswalk between the Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degree Classification for Instructional Programs (CIP) codes and the metamajor academic pathways identified in the rule. The crosswalk is meant to serve as a guide in implementing the advising plans. If you have suggestions for revising this crosswalk, please send recommendations to Abbey Ivey at Please note, Associate in Arts degree seekers should be advised into a meta-major academic pathway based upon their interests, which may include a baccalaureate program of interest. Should you have any questions, please contact me at or You may also contact Abbey Ivey at or JA/ai Attachments cc: Randy Hanna, Division of Florida Colleges (DFC) Abbey Ivey, DFC Tamaria Williams, DFC Narcissus Willis, DFC Jan Ignash, Board of Governors Office Matthew Bouck, Office of Articulation

3 6A Meta-Major Academic Pathways. (1) The following meta-major academic pathways are established for the purposes of advising Florida College System associate degree seeking students of the gateway courses that are aligned with their intended academic and career goals. (a) Arts, humanities, communication and design. (b) Business. (c) Education. (d) Health sciences. (e) Industry/manufacturing and construction. (f) Public Safety. (g) Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. (h) Social and behavioral sciences and human services. (2) Students shall be advised of the academic pathway that correlates with their selected meta-major to include gateway courses that are appropriate to the student s intended program of study. (a) English Composition I, ENC X101, is the gateway course for all meta-major academic pathways. (b) The gateway courses for mathematics are aligned with the meta-major academic pathway. 1. The gateway courses for business are College Algebra, MAC X105, or Elementary Statistics, STA X The gateway courses for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics is College Algebra, MAC X The gateway courses for all other meta-major academic pathways identified in subsection (1) of this rule are College Algebra, MAC X105, Liberal Arts Mathematics I, MGF X106, Liberal Arts Mathematics II, MGF X107, or Elementary Statistics, STA X023. (3) Meta-major academic pathways must be a component of each Florida College System institution s approved comprehensive advising plan pursuant to Section (6)(a), Florida Statutes, for entering, first-time-in-college students. Rulemaking Authority , (5) FS. Law Implemented FS. History New

4 Common placement testing for public postsecondary education. (1) The State Board of Education, in conjunction with the Board of Governors, shall develop and implement a common placement test for the purpose of assessing the basic computation and communication skills of students who intend to enter a degree program at any public postsecondary educational institution. Alternative assessments that may be accepted in lieu of the common placement test shall also be identified in rule. Public postsecondary educational institutions shall provide appropriate modifications of the test instruments or test procedures for students with disabilities. (2) The common placement testing program shall include the capacity to diagnose basic competencies in the areas of English, reading, and mathematics which are essential for success in metamajors and to provide test information to students on the specific skills the student needs to attain. (3) The State Board of Education shall adopt rules that require high schools to evaluate before the beginning of grade 12 the college readiness of each student who scores Level 2 or Level 3 on grade 10 FCAT Reading or the English Language Arts assessment under s , as applicable, or Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 on the Algebra I assessment under s High schools shall perform this evaluation using results from the corresponding component of the common placement test prescribed in this section, or an alternative test identified by the State Board of Education. The high school shall use the results of the test to advise the students of any identified deficiencies and to provide 12th grade students, and require them to complete, appropriate postsecondary preparatory instruction before high school graduation. The curriculum provided under this subsection shall be identified in rule by the State Board of Education and encompass Florida s Postsecondary Readiness Competencies. Other elective courses may not be substituted for the selected postsecondary mathematics, reading, writing, or English Language Arts preparatory course unless the elective course covers the same competencies included in the postsecondary mathematics, reading, writing, or English Language Arts preparatory course. (4) By October 31, 2013, the State Board of Education shall establish by rule the test scores a student must achieve to demonstrate readiness to perform college level work, and the rules must specify the following: (a) A student who entered 9th grade in a Florida public school in the school year, or any year thereafter, and earned a Florida standard high school diploma or a student who is serving as an active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services shall not be required to take the common placement test and shall not be required to enroll in developmental education instruction in a Florida College System institution. However, a student who is not required to take the common placement test and is not required to enroll in developmental education under this paragraph may opt to be assessed and to enroll in developmental education instruction, and the college shall provide such assessment and instruction upon the student s request. (b) A student who takes the common placement test and whose score on the test indicates a need for developmental education must be advised of all the developmental education options offered at the institution and, after advisement, shall be allowed to enroll in the developmental education option of his or her choice. (c) A student who demonstrates readiness by achieving or exceeding the test scores established by the state board and enrolls in a Florida College System institution within 2 years after achieving such scores shall not be required to retest or complete developmental education when admitted to any Florida College System institution. (5) By December 31, 2013, the State Board of Education, in consultation with the Board of Governors, shall approve a series of meta majors and the academic pathways that identify the gateway courses associated with each meta major. Florida College System institutions shall use placement test results to determine the extent to which each student demonstrates sufficient communication and computation skills to indicate readiness for his or her chosen meta major. Florida College System

5 institutions shall counsel students into college credit courses as quickly as possible, with developmental education limited to that content needed for success in the meta major. (6)(a) Each Florida College System institution board of trustees shall develop a plan to implement the developmental education strategies defined in s and rules established by the State Board of Education. The plan must be submitted to the Chancellor of the Florida College System for approval no later than March 1, 2014, for implementation no later than the fall semester Each plan must include, at a minimum, local policies that outline: 1. Documented student achievements such as grade point averages, work history, military experience, participation in juried competitions, career interests, degree major declaration, or any combination of such achievements that the institution may consider, in addition to common placement test scores, for advising students regarding enrollment options. 2. Developmental education strategies available to students. 3. A description of student costs and financial aid opportunities associated with each option. 4. Provisions for the collection of student success data. 5. A comprehensive plan for advising students into appropriate developmental education strategies based on student success data. (b) Beginning October 31, 2015, each Florida College System institution shall annually prepare an accountability report that includes student success data relating to each developmental education strategy implemented by the institution. The report shall be submitted to the Division of Florida Colleges by October 31 in a format determined by the Chancellor of the Florida College System. By December 31, the chancellor shall compile and submit the institutional reports to the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the State Board of Education. (c) A university board of trustees may contract with a Florida College System institution board of trustees for the Florida College System institution to provide developmental education on the state university campus. Any state university in which the percentage of incoming students requiring developmental education equals or exceeds the average percentage of such students for the Florida College System may offer developmental education without contracting with a Florida College System institution; however, any state university offering college preparatory instruction as of January 1, 1996, may continue to provide such services. (7) A student may not be enrolled in a college credit mathematics or English course on a dual enrollment basis unless the student has demonstrated adequate precollegiate preparation on the section of the basic computation and communication skills assessment required pursuant to subsection (1) that is appropriate for successful student participation in the course. History. s. 373, ch ; s. 124, ch ; s. 19, ch ; s. 10, ch ; s. 106, ch ; s. 26, ch ; s. 14, ch ; s. 35, ch ; s. 19, ch

6 The Florida College System CIP Code and Meta-Major Academic Pathways Crosswalk CIP Program Title Type Meta Major Digital Media/Multimedia Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Digital Television and Media Production AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Film Production Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Graphic Arts Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Graphics Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Interactive Media Production Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Interior Design Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Music Production Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Photographic Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Programming AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Sign Language Interpretation AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Technical Writing - Publications Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Telecommunications Engineering Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Theater and Entertainment Technology AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Translation-Interpretation Studies: English- Spanish Track AS Arts, humanities, communication and design Diving Business and Technology AAS Business Accounting Technology AS Business Agribusiness Management AS Business Aquaculture Management AS Business Aviation Administration AS Business Baking & Pastry Management AS Business Banking-Financial Services AS Business Business Administration AS Business Business Analysis Specialist AS Business Business Entrepreneurship AS Business Call Center Management AS Business Court Reporting Technology AS Business Culinary Management AS Business Customer Relationship Management AS Business Fashion Marketing Management AS Business Financial Services AS Business Golf Course Operations AS Business Hospitality & Tourism Management AS Business Marketing Management AS Business Office Administration AS Business Parks and Leisure Services Technology AS Business Restaurant Management AS Business Travel & Tourism Industry Management AS Business 1

7 The Florida College System CIP Code and Meta-Major Academic Pathways Crosswalk CIP Program Title Type Meta Major Turf Equipment Management AS Business Early Childhood Education Associate's Degree AS Education Early Childhood Management AS Education Instructional Services Technology AS Education Dental Laboratory Technology and Management AAS Health sciences Dental Hygiene AS Health sciences Cardiovascular/Cardiopulmonary Technology AS Health sciences Dental Assisting Technology and Management AS Health sciences Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology AS Health sciences Dietetic Technician AS Health sciences Emergency Medical Services AS Health sciences Funeral Services AS Health sciences Health Information Management AS Health sciences Health Information Technology AS Health sciences Health Services Management AS Health sciences Histologic Technology AS Health sciences Medical Laboratory Technology AS Health sciences Midwifery AS Health sciences Nuclear Medicine Technology AS Health sciences Nursing RN AS Health sciences Occupational Therapy Assistant AS Health sciences Ophthalmic Technician AS Health sciences Optical Management AS Health sciences Optician AS Health sciences Pharmacy Management AS Health sciences Physical Therapist Assistant AS Health sciences Physician Assistant AS Health sciences Radiation Therapy AS Health sciences Radiography AS Health sciences Respiratory Care AS Health sciences Surgical First Assisting AS Health sciences Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Systems Technology AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction Automotive Service Management Technology AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction Carpentry Management AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction Construction Electricity Management AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction Dealer-Specific Automotive Technology AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction 2

8 The Florida College System CIP Code and Meta-Major Academic Pathways Crosswalk CIP Program Title Type Meta Major Marine Engineering, Management & Seamanship AAS Industry/manufacturing and construction Aerospace Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Architectural Design & Construction Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Aviation Maintenance Management AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Aviation Operations AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Building Construction Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Computer Integrated Manufacturing AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Construction Management Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Drafting and Design Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Industrial Management Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Manufacturing Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Micro Electronics Manufacturing Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Naval Architecture and Yacht Design AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Plumbing Management AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Professional Pilot Technology AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Supply Chain Management AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Transportation and Logistics AS Industry/manufacturing and construction Computer Related Crime Investigation AS Public Safety Crime Scene Technology AS Public Safety Criminal Justice Technology AS Public Safety Emergency Administration and Management AS Public Safety Fire Science Technology (FESHE Model) AS Public Safety Security Management and Administration AS Public Safety Electrical Distribution Technology AAS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Agricultural Production Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Biomedical Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Biotechnology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Biotechnology Laboratory Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Business Intelligence Specialist AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Chemical Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Citrus Production Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Civil Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Computer Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Computer Information Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Computer Programming and Analysis AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Database Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics E-Business Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Electrical Power Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics 3

9 The Florida College System CIP Code and Meta-Major Academic Pathways Crosswalk CIP Program Title Type Meta Major Electronics Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software Specialist AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Environmental Science Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Forest Management AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Internet Services Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics IT Security AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Landscape & Horticulture Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Marine Environmental Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Network Systems Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Networking Services Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Pest Control Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Recreation Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Safety Engineering Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Simulation Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Technology Project Management AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Veterinary Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Zoo Animal Technology AS Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Paralegal (Legal Assisting) AS Social and behavioral sciences and human services Public Administration AS Social and behavioral sciences and human services Equine Studies AS Social and behavioral sciences and human services Human Services AS Social and behavioral sciences and human services *Associate in Arts (AA) degree seekers should be advised into a meta-major academic pathway based upon their declared interests. 4

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