Moorpark College has made every reasonable effort to ensure the information provided in the ADTs is accurate and current. However, there may be instances where it is necessary for the College to make additions, revisions, deletions and/or when a new TMC Template is approved by the State Chancellor's Office. Please refer to a Moorpark College counselor for questions and appropriate use of the ADTs.
Below are Moorpark College Associate Degrees for Transfer and how courses from Oxnard College and Ventura College can be used in meeting MC's ADT requirements.
- - Effective F2021
- Chemistry (AS-UCTP)
Special Notes and Background of ADTs:
TMC= Transfer Model Curriculum. This is a template created by groups of discipline faculty from the California Community College (CCC) and California State University (CSU) throughout the state designed to prepare students to transfer to the CSU in particular majors. Faculty at each CCC take the TMC Template and structure their own ADT (Associate Degree for Transfer) based on what their CCC offers and where their students transfer. The TMC may allow for courses that faculty at a particular college chooses not to include, sometimes because those choices may lead students to taking courses that are not adequate preparation (or not the preferred preparation) for the CSUs that their students transfer to. Colleges submit their ADTs to the CCC Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) for approval and must attach documentation of current articulation as required by each TMC. TMCs should be updated every time there is a change to a course number, title, requirement, or every 5 years if there are no changes.
- C-ID Number or required articulation column:
Course Discipline and number = this is a C-ID number which stands for course identification number. If a C-ID is listed, the TMC Template requires that only those courses approved for this C-ID number are allowed to be included here.
AAM = Assist Articulation by Major. When AAM is required, articulation officers must have submitted proof of articulation of this course within the same major at a CSU (or a major that CSU deemed “similar”) AAM and C-ID are not interchangeable.
BCT = CSU Baccalaureate List. For courses to meet this requirement, they must be CSU transferable and often in the same major as the degree but sometimes there are other rules on that particular TMC Template for that ADT.
GECC = CSU GE Certification list by area. For courses to meet this requirement, they must be approved in the area(s) of the CSU GE Breadth and/or IGETC indicated on the TMC Template.
GECC & Specific title = For courses to meet this requirement, they must be approved in the area(s) of the CSU GE Breadth and/or IGETC indicated on the TMC Template and must have one of the specific titles/similar to what is allowable by that TMC Template.
- Required Core Courses column:
This is where all of the requirements for each degree are listed as presented in the 2020-2021 college catalog and in line with the template. The rules governing each section of each degree are listed as well including how many units or courses students must choose in each section. Only active courses are listed. If courses listed on the current approved TMC Template have since been deactivated for Fall 2020-2021 (or prior) they have been removed from these charts. If courses numbers have changed since the template was approved, those numbers have been updated on these charts to reflect the active course number for Fall 2020, regardless if this change was made to the degree in the catalog.
- Comparable Course column:
There are two columns of comparable courses on each chart. Courses listed from the other two colleges are considered “comparable” and students may substitute as equivalent for this particular requirement in this particular section of this particular ADT. If a course is listed as “comparable” in one instance, there may be other instances where the same course is not because of the articulation requirements of each course and area and ADT. Do NOT assume that because it was ok somewhere else, it can be used.