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Tuning Texas for Students and Parents

The "Tuning Texas" project has been carried out to facilitate transfer for students attending community college with the intent of completing a bachelor's degree in twelve academic disciplines in Texas. "Tuning" is faculty-led process that is designed to create a shared understanding of the subject-specific knowledge and transferable skills that students must demonstrate upon completion of a degree program. The "Fine-Tuning" (or course alignment) process involves identifying a set of lower-division courses for a given discipline area, up to the level of a certificate or an associate's degree, and aligning their learning outcomes across institutions and sectors in order to provide a basis for voluntary transfer compacts and articulation agreements.This page is intended to assist students and parents in using the information generated through Tuning Texas to plan the completion of a four-year degree. (To read more about the Tuning Texas project, please click here.) Subject areas for the tuning project have been selected based on job outlook and high demand in Texas.

To see individual tuning information on any dicipline, please click here or on any individual link below.

The first year of Tuning Texas has resulted in transfer information for the following major fields:

Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Year Two of Tuning Texas has generated transfer information in the following major fields:

Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry

Year Three of Tuning Texas has generated transfer information in the following major fields:

Mathematics
Business
Computer Information Systems & Sciences
Management Information Systems

Click here to view all participating institutions.


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