Consistent with practices established by the Board of Trustees resolution of June 27, 2011, faculty committees have continued to meet to establish the first three to six courses that lead into the largest transfer majors at CUNY.
The enormous progress that we have made is due to the extremely hard work of literally many hundreds of people, especially faculty.
According to the resolution passed by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York on June 27, 2011, the University Office of Academic Affairs (OAA), working with the colleges, “will facilitate the expeditious review and approval of all courses proposed for the Common Core with the assistance of a CUNY-wide committee, appointed […]
This initiative will increase the quality of education for CUNY undergraduates, propelling more of them to advanced studies.
An update from Executive Vice Chancellor Alexandra W. Logue
STEM variant and College Option policy updates.
One year after the Board of Trustees approved the resolution that established the Pathways initiative, Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost Alexandra W. Logue summarizes the project’s history and progress.
“There has been some confusion about policies regarding waivers for STEM courses in the Pathways Common Core, and there has also been some inconsistency in the policies themselves, as has been pointed out by representatives from several colleges. This memo clarifies these policies.”
Information on four committees created to determine the first three to six courses that lead into the majors in economics, engineering, political science, and sociology.
A letter from Executive Vice Chancellor Logue providing policy statements to guide Pathways implementation procedures.