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Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Terms
Table of Contents
This explains the meaning of all terms used in this document.
American Council on Education
. It is a membership organization that mobilizes the higher education community to shape effective public policy and foster innovative, high‐quality practice.
It is the reference number for an ACE Course.
Assuming or implementing the same articulation that another institution created.
Old articulation reviewed.
It is a course equivalency between the college course, and the ACE Course or ACE Occupation Recommendation.
Articulations in Progress
It is the user’s current workload with all the articulations that need to be approved or denied.
An association of two or more schools for the purpose of sharing resources, improving finances and educating students. Consortiums are usually located in the same general location.
It is a class you take in school to study a particular subject.
A list of all the courses within the college.
It is the name of the course.
Articulations that were not approved for some reason.
It is a specific area of your city or town.
An administrative or operating unit of an educational organization.
Export to Excel
This is an option in most part of the website. It allows a user to convert the information displayed on the specific section of the website into a spreadsheet.
When an articulation has been through the process of review by:
Faculty -> Evaluator -> Articulation Officer – > Implementation Specialist.
The column title of a data table.
An established society or organization.
Military Articulation Platform
This is the main page of the MAP website that shows an overview of the most updated information on courses/articulations. Usually called the home page.
Military Occupation Specialty
Move forward articulation
An action button that the current articulation is ready for the next step of the process.
A person’s principal work.
It is the reference ID of a specific occupation.
It is a set of secret characters used to authenticating a user during the authentication process.
Program Learning Outcomes
Program of Study
An academic and career plan developed by your school to help move you towards a college and career path.
Articulations that gone through the four-step processed, and were approved.
Courses that are more specific to your degree program and/or career goals.
It is an area which includes all the schools in your city or town.
Student Learning Outcomes
An amount of work used in education in calculating student credits.
Person using the website.
It is a unique identifier that a user use when logging in to the website.
A person who has served in the military.
Short term for
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Updated on September 14, 2020