Articulation agreements and credit by certification are set up for certain career, technical or occupational courses that are offered through a post-secondary institution such as the Metropolitan Community Colleges.
Articulated credit is earned by successfully completing a career, technical, or occupational course with an 80% or higher. Enrollment for articulated credit must be made while the student is enrolled in the high school equivalent course. The college credit will appear on a college transcript once a student graduates high school and earns 15 hours of college credit through the post-secondary institution. There is no cost to the student for articulated credit. If you hold a current industry certification you can request credit by certification at any MCC campus. A current list of accepted certifications can be found on the MCC website. Many of the R-7 Career and Technical programs offer one or more Industry Recognized Credentials.