ACCTech
Articulated Programs and Courses

Articulation is a planned process linking high school and college courses to assist students in making a smooth transition from one level of education to another without experiencing delays or duplication in learning.

Approved ACCTech programs have articulation agreements, which are signed documents that indicate the specific responsibilities of the high school, college, and student. The agreements also include outlines of a Recommended High School Graduation Plan and a two-year associate degree or technical certificate. Together these are called a 6-Year Plan.

ACCTech articulated courses are high school courses that contain the same course content as an equivalent college course, and for which a student is eligible for college credit once requirements are met.

See ACCTech articulation agreements

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