Articulation Agreements

During the 2002-2003 school year, the college revised the articulation policies for secondary programs. The most significant change was the removal of the twelve-unit residency requirement, which allows the college to award articulated college credit at the completion of the student secondary course.

In education, articulation is considered to be a systematic process that will permit students to move from one program, course, or educational level to the next without loss of time or resources. Once a student has obtained subject area competencies, they should be allowed to continue to a higher level, minimizing needless duplication and reducing educational costs.

How To Use the Mt. SAC WebCMS System

  1. Go to the Mt. SAC WebCMS system at
  2. From the WebCMS start page – mouse click on Public Access.
  3. In the Public Access > Search for Course Outlines window, use the drop-down Subject menu to locate and select a subject code (ex. COMP) – mouse click on Search.
  4. WebCMS will then provide a listing of all courses with the COMP course code – mouse click on any highlighted course code link to view the outline. Please take the time to review the college course outlines before registering for a fall workshop.

Direct link to WebCMS: