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Articulation is the mechanism through which one college or university establishes curricular reciprocity with another institution, typically through one or more articulation mechanisms. When a Modesto Junior College course has articulation, it means that the course can satisfy one or more requirements at another institution. Curriculum can be articulated between community colleges and universities, as well as between community colleges. In the California Community Colleges, articulation pertains to the four segments of higher education in the state of California:
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