Articulation Coordinating Committee - Oversight Committee
The purposes of the Oversight Committee are: 1)
to review and approve faculty committee recommendations for common
course prerequisites; 2) to promote the availability and use of common
course prerequisites; 3) to review statewide career ladder and capstone
agreements; and 4) to review statewide career and technical certificate
to associate degree agreements.
The primary role of the Oversight Committee is to make
recommendations based on information resulting from the
- Reconciling designated common prerequisite courses
with the Statewide Course Numbering System to ensure
accuracy and utility.
- Building institution accountability for adhering
to designated program prerequisites and advising students
- Surveying the faculty sub-committees to determine
if changes in programs warrant changes in designated
- Conducting a review of institution catalogs for
verification of the communication of common program prerequisites.
- Studying student participation in statewide agreements.
- Conducting a review of current programs that may
be candidates for statewide articulation, including institution
surveys and workforce trends.
The Oversight Committee will consist of 11 members. An
executive committee will be comprised of the director of
the Office of Articulation, the chief academic officer of
the Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Education,
and the chief academic officer of the State University System.
The chief academic officers will serve as committee co-chairs.
Each co-chair will recommend four (4) institutional representatives
from their respective sector to serve as members of the committee,
and the appointments will be approved by a vote of the executive
Relevant Statutes and Rules
Pertaining to Common Prerequisites
- 1007.25(5), F.S
- 1001.02(x), F.S.
- 6A-10.024(20), F.A.C.
Relevant Statutes and Rules Pertaining
to Statewide Articulation Agreements
- 6A-10.024(6)(b), F.A.C.
- 6A-10.024(6)(c), F.A.C.
- 6A-10.024(7)(d), F.A.C.