Articulation Agreement

Local Agreement with Durham Tech

 

DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

and

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO CITY SCHOOLS

DURHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

The following courses from Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, Durham Public Schools, and Orange County Schools have been articulated with the following Durham Technical Community College courses and is in effect from August, 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020.  Note: This list of articulated courses is for high school courses that began July 1, 2017 or later. Renewals must occur every two years and must be approved by the Durham Technical Community College faculty discipline and Division Dean.  In the case that a course is denied renewal status, the high school may submit a new request and attach a new outline and supporting documentation to be reviewed for articulation.

High School Course

Durham Technical Community College Course

IT11 Introduction to Automotive Service

TRN 110 Introduction to Transportation Technology

IT16 Automotive Service I

AUT113 Automotive Servicing

IT17 Automotive Service II

AUT151 Brake Systems

IT18 Automotive Service III

TRN120 Basic Transportation Electricity

BI10 Foundations of Information Technology and BM10 Microsoft Word and Powerpoint and

(BM20 Microsoft Excel and Access

OR (BM20 Microsoft Excel and

BM40 Microsoft Access))

CIS 110 Introduction to Computers

BM20 Microsoft Excel and Access

 

CTS 130 Spreadsheet and

DBA 110 Database Concepts

BM20 Microsoft Excel

CTS130

BM40 Microsoft Access

DBA110

BP10 Computer Programming I

CTI 110 Web, Programming & Database Foundation

BP12 Computer Programming II

CSC 153 C# Programming

BP20 SAS Programming I

CSC 152 SAS

CS11 Project Management I

CTS 115 Information Systems Business Concepts

II31 Adobe Visual Design

WEB 111 Introduction to Web Graphics

II32 Adobe Digital Design

WEB 140 Web Development Tools

BN20 Network Administration I

CTI 120 Networking & Security Foundation

HU42 Health Science II (to include American Heart Association BLS)

HEA 112 First Aid/CPR

IP31 and IP32 Fire Technology I & II

FIP 120 Introduction to Fire Protection

IP33 Fire Technology III

FIP 124 Fire Prevention/Public Education




























Articulation of Credits:

The student will receive credit from Durham Technical Community College upon completion of the following:

1.      must enroll at the community college within two years of their high school graduation date.

  1. must submit
    1.  an official high school transcript which shows a final grade of B or higher in the course
    2. official documentation from the high school showing a score of 93 or higher on the standardized CTE post-assessment (if not listed on official high school transcript)

3.   must be enrolled in the semester for which credit is granted.

 

APPROVAL OF ARTICULATION AGREEMENT

Printed Name/Title

Signature

Institution

Date

Dr. Pamela Baldwin, Superintendent

 

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools

 

Ms. Rani Dasi, Chair

 

 

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education

 

Dr. Pascal Mubenga, Superintendent

 

Durham Public Schools

 

Mr. Mike Lee, Chair

 

Durham Public Schools Board of Education

 

Dr. Todd Wirt, Superintendent

 

Orange County Schools

 

Dr. Stephen H. Halkiotis, Chair

 

Orange County Schools Board of Education

 

Dr. William Ingram, President

 

Durham Technical Community College

 

Mr. John Burness, Chair

 

Durham Technical Community College Board of Trustees

 


High School to Community College Articulation Agreement

Articulated Course List 2017 (current)

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The North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement is an agreement between the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Community College System.

NOTE: This list of articulated courses is for high school courses that began July 1, 2017 or later. Before that date, the2012 articulation agreement was in effect.

Following are the course matches that are part of the statewide articulation agreement.

High School Program Area

High School Course Number & Title

 

Community College Course Number & Title

Notes

Agricultural Education

AS32 Agricultural Mechanics II

=

WLD-112 Basic Welding Processes OR
AGR-111 Basic Farm Maintenance

Agricultural Education

AA22 Animal Science II

=

ANS-110 Animal Science

Agricultural Education

AP41 Horticulture I

=

HOR-150 Intro to Horticulture

Agricultural Education

AP44 Horticulture II - Landscaping

=

HOR-114 Landscaping Construction OR
LSG-111 Basic Landscaping Technique

Business and Information Technology Education

BA10 Accounting I

=

ACC-115 College Accounting OR
ACC-118 Accounting Fundamentals I

Business and Information Technology Education

BA20 Accounting II

=

ACC-115 College Accounting OR
ACC-118 Accounting Fundamentals I OR
ACC-119 Accounting Fundamentals II

Business and Information Technology Education

BP12 Computer Programming II

=

CSC-153 C# Programming

Business and Information Technology Education

BM10 Microsoft Word and Power Point

=

CIS-111 Basic PC Literacy OR
CIS-124 DTP Graphics Software OR
OST-136 Word Processing

Business and Information Technology Education

BM10 Microsoft Word and Power Point AND
BM20 Microsoft Excel and Access

=

OST-137 Office Software Applications

Business and Information Technology Education

BM20 Microsoft Excel and Access

=

CTS-130 Spreadsheet

Business and Information Technology Education

BD10 Multimedia and Webpage Design

=

WEB-110 Internet/Web Fundamentals OR
WEB-120 Intro Internet Multimedia

Business and Information Technology Education

BN20 Network Administration I

=

CTI-115 Computer Systems Foundation OR
CTI-120 Network and Security Foundation OR
NET-110 Networking Concepts OR
NOS-110 Operating System Concepts OR
SEC-110 Security Concepts

Business and Information Technology Education

BN22 Network Administration II

=

CTS-112 Windows OR
(NET-110 Networking Concepts AND
NOS-230 Windows Admin I)

Business and Information Technology Education

BF05 Personal Finance

=

BUS-125 Personal Finance

Family and Consumer Science Education

FE11 Early Childhood Education I AND
FE12 Early Childhood Education II

=

EDU-119 Intro to Early Childhood Education

Family and Consumer Science Education

FN41 Foods I AND
FN42 Foods II - Enterprise

=

CUL-112 Nutrition for Food Service

Family and Consumer Science Education

(FN42 Foods II EnterpriseOR
FH20 Introduction to Culinary Arts & Hospitality) AND
ServSafe certification

=

CUL-110 Sanitation & Safety AND
CUL-110A Sanitation & Safety Lab

Family and Consumer Science Education

FN43 Foods II - Technology

=

CUL-150 Food Science AND
CUL-150A Food Science Lab

Family and Consumer Science Education

FI53 Interior Applications

=

DES-235 Products

Health Science Education

HU40 Health Science I

=

MED-121 Medical Terminology I AND
MED-122 Medical Terminology II

Health Science Education

HU42 Health Science II

=

HSC-110 Orientation to Health Careers AND
(HSC-120 CPR OR
MED-180 CPR Certification)

Health Science Education

HN43 Nursing Fundamentals

=

NAS-101 Nursing Assistant I

Health Science Education

HH32 Pharmacy Technician

=

PHM-110 Introduction to Pharmacy

Marketing Education

ME11 Entrepreneurship I

=

ETR-210 Intro to Entrepreneurship

Marketing Education

MM51 Marketing

=

ETR-230 Entrepreneur Marketing OR
MKT-110 Principles of Fashion OR
MKT-120 Principles of Marketing

Technology Engineering and Design Education

TE21 Principles of Technology I

=

PHY-121 Applied Physics

Technology Engineering and Design Education

TE22 Principles of Technology II

=

EGR-115 Intro to Technology OR
PHY-131 Physics - Mechanics

Technology Engineering and Design Education

TP11 PLTW Introduction to Engineering Design AND
TP12 PLTW Principles of Engineering AND
TP23 PLTW Civil Engineering and Architecture

=

ARC-111 Intro to Arch Technology OR
DDF-211 Design Process I

Technology Engineering and Design Education

TE11 Technology Engineering and DesignAND
TE12 Technology DesignAND
TE13 Engineering Design

=

EGR-110 Intro to Engineering Technology AND
(CEG-115 Intro to Technology and Sustainability OR
EGR-115 Intro to Technology OR
DDF-211 Design Process I )

Trade and Industrial Education

IC00 Core and Sustainable Construction

=

WOL-110 Basic Construction Skills

Trade and Industrial Education

IT16 Automotive Service IAND
IT17 Automotive Service IIAND
IT18 Automotive Service III

=

TRN-111 Chassis Maint/Light Repair AND
TRN-112 Powertrain Maint/Light Repair AND
AUT-113 Automotive Servicing I

Must complete MLR Task List

Trade and Industrial Education

IM21 Cabinetmaking I AND
IM22 Cabinetmaking II

=

CAB-111 Cabinetmaking I

Trade and Industrial Education

IC00 Core and Sustainable Construction AND
IC21 Carpentry I

=

CAR-110 Intro to Carpentry OR
WOL-110 Basic Construction Skills OR
CST-110 Intro to Construction

Trade and Industrial Education

IC22 Carpentry II

=

CST-111 Construction I

Trade and Industrial Education

IC23 Carpentry III

=

CST-112 Construction II

Must receive credit for CST-111 before receiving credit for CST-112

Trade and Industrial Education

II21 Computer Engineering Technology I

=

CTS-120 Hardware/Software Support

Trade and Industrial Education

II22 Computer Engineering Technology II

=

CTS-220 Adv Hard/Software Support

Must receive credit for CTS-120 before receiving credit for CTS-220

Trade and Industrial Education

IA31 Digital Media

=

DME-110 Intro to Digital Media

Trade and Industrial Education

IA32 Advanced Digital Media

=

DME-115 Graphic Design Tools OR
DME-120 Intro to Multimedia Appl.

Trade and Industrial Education

IC61 Drafting I

=

DFT-111 Technical Drafting I AND
DFT-111A Technical Drafting I Lab

Trade and Industrial Education

IC61 Drafting I AND
IC62 Drafting II - Architectural

=

DFT-115 Architectural Drafting OR
DFT-119 Basic CAD OR
ARC-114 Architectural CAD

Trade and Industrial Education

IC61 Drafting I AND
IV22 Drafting II - Engineering

=

DFT-151 CAD I

Trade and Industrial Education

IV23 Drafting III - Engineering

=

DFT-112 Technical Drafting II AND
DFT-112A Technical Drafting II Lab

Must receive credit for DFT-111 before receiving credit for DFT-112

Trade and Industrial Education

IC00 Core and Sustainable Construction AND
IC41 Electrical Trades IAND
IC42 Electrical Trades II

=

ELC-113 Residential Wiring

Trade and Industrial Education

IC43 Electrical Trades III

=

ELC-122 Advanced Residential Wiring

Trade and Industrial Education

IM31 Electronics I AND
IM32 Electronics II

=

ELC-112 DC/AC Electricity AND
(ELC-126 Electrical Computations OR
EGR-131 Intro to Electronics Tech)

Trade and Industrial Education

IM34 Electronics IV

=

ELN-131 Analog Electronics I

Trade and Industrial Education

IC00 Core and Sustainable Construction AND
IC11 Masonry I AND
IC12 Masonry II

=

MAS-110 Masonry I

Trade and Industrial Education

IC13 Masonry III

=

MAS-110 Masonry I

Trade and Industrial Education

IM41 Metals Manufacturing Technology I AND
IM42 Metals Manufacturing Technology II

=

BPR-111 Blueprint Reading AND
MAC-111 Machining Technology I AND
MAC-151 Machining Calculations

Trade and Industrial Education

II11 Network Engineering Technology I

=

NET-125 Networking Basics OR
NET-110 Networking Concepts

Trade and Industrial Education

II12 Network Engineering Technology II

=

NET-125 Networking Basics OR
NET-126 Routing Basics

Trade and Industrial Education

IM61 Welding Technology I

=

WLD-110 Cutting Processes

Trade and Industrial Education

IM61 Welding Technology IAND
IM62 Welding Technology II

=

WLD-110 Cutting Processes AND
WLD-115 SMAW (Stick) Plate

 

NOTE: In some cases students must show proficiency in multiple courses in order to receive articulated credit. In some cases, there are options. Be sure to pay attention to the AND and OR statements.


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