What is C-ID?
Course Identification Numbering System
C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements.
C-ID designations can be used in two ways:
- When a community college course has a C-ID designation, such as C-ID HIST 130, that course can be used in place of any other community college course that has that same C-ID designation for the purpose of fulfilling associate degree major requirements.
- Additionally, universities can indicate C-ID designations accepted for lower division major preparation requirements. For example, a university can indicate for its history major that C-ID HIST 130 fulfills a particular major preparation requirement, so any community college course with the C-ID HIST 130 designation will be accepted to fulfill that requirement.
You have two options to view C-ID designated courses at IVC:
- Option 1: Visit C-ID.net and select Irvine Valley College from the Colleges drop down menu
- Option 2: Visit ASSIST.Org and select Irvine Valley College