ARTICULATION LISTS FOR 2013:
ADULT SCHOOL COURSES | ROP & HIGH SCHOOL COURSES
Please check list according to the location you took the course Adult School or specific ROP or High School.
What is Articulation?
Articulation is a planned process that links two or more educational institutions together to facilitate a smooth transition for students to move from one course, program, or educational level to the next, while minimizing or eliminating course repetition. In the CTE Transition program, articulation plays an integral role in this transition for students in high schools and ROP programs. It provides students with an opportunity to earn credit for high school/ROP courses that are deemed equivalent to those at a community college. In this program, the CTE Transitions articulation model is utilized. This includes the final two years in high school and the first two years in college.
How can I earn Tech Prep credit?
The requirements are simple and free! Click here to view further student information!
Interested in Articulating a Class?
Please contact the CTE Transtions Office and talk to our Specialist: Sandra Sands for further information on articulating a course.
How are Articulation Agreements Made? Articulation agreements are created as a result of partnerships between a college and local high schools and ROP programs. Together, college faculty and these institutions examine course curriculum of their respective disciplines and determine that select courses are equivalent in content. A formal agreement is written that identifies the equivalency among these courses. These agreements should be reviewed on a yearly basis.
CTE Steps to Earning CTE Credit(PDF)
How to Fill Out a CTE Transitions Certificate
CTE Transitions Advantages
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