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Community and Technical College Partnerships Dual Enrollment Bachelor Completion. Looking Ahead with Extended Learning. Discussion Overview. Why partner? How do we partner? What is Dual Enrollment ? What do we mean by Bachelor Completion?.

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Community and Technical College PartnershipsDual EnrollmentBachelor Completion

Looking Ahead with Extended Learning


Discussion Overview

Why partner?

How do we partner?

What is Dual Enrollment ?

What do we mean by Bachelor Completion?


2011-2012 Outreach to Community and Technical Colleges

  • Deans – Meetings with MnSCU two-year institutions

  • Identifying partnership opportunities

  • Need for on-site or program delivery needs in local areas

  • Programs that offer career pathways from certificates, AA’s and AAS degrees.


Why Partnership Matters

  • Increase in Transfer Students

  • Large enrollment gains at Minnesota two-year institutions – 16,858 in 2000 to 32,213 in 2010

  • More undergraduates have enrolled at two-year institutions, a 51 percent increase, than at four-year institutions with an 8 percent increase. Two-year institutions saw increases in all age categories, but especially large increases in the 20 to 24 year age group, 58 percent increase; 25 to 34 year age group, 117 percent increase; and the 35 and older year age group, 52 percent increase. http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=750

  • Changes in Concurrent Enrollment – Irondale High School and Anoka Ramsey MN Transfer and AA

  • Streamlined Service for Students from Start to Finish

  • Shared Vision Related to Program Quality

  • Shared Resources

  • Clear Career Pathways


  • Partnership Examples

    • University Center Rochester – RCTC, Winona State (12 2+2 programs) and St. Mary’s

    • North Hennepin Community College – St. Cloud State, (Medical Laboratory Science) Metro State (Nursing and Business) and MN State Moorhead (Biochemistry, Construction Management and Operations Management)

    • Mesabi Range Community and Technical College General Engineering

    • Normandale Community College

      Elementary Education

      General Engineering


    How do we partner?

    • Articulation Agreements

    • Program Development

    • Shared Services and Resources ( Grants, market research, research, student services, library etc.)

    • Dual Enrollment


    Dual Enrollment

    Admitted into a 4 year completion track

    • Required to finish the first two years and all requirements at the 2 year institution.

    • Will be formally admitted to the university upon completion of the 2 year degree.

      Must still meet admission requirements and apply for admission

      Provides the student with a clear pathway for bachelor degree completion


    Articulation Agreements and 2+2 Agreements

    Articulation Agreement – Provides a course-by course guide of how courses transfer in from a community or technical college and also lists the remaining courses required to earn a bachelors degree.

    2+2 Agreement – Accepts the first 60 credits as a package and provides a listing of courses required to earn a bachelors degree.


    What is Bachelor Completion?

    • Bachelor Completion –

      A program that that is structured for students who have already completed the MnSCU transfer curriculum and are seeking a bachelors degree.

    • 2+2 Programs – Programs designed specifically for students who have completed an Associates degree at a Community or Technical College where they complete 60 credits and enroll in our program for the last 2 years to complete 60 credits.


    Minnesota State University, Mankato Extended Program Locations

    • 7700 France Ave, Edina, MN

    • Normandale Community College


    Current Bachelor Completion Programs

    Urban Studies – Online and in Edina

    Communication Studies – Normandale

    General Engineering – Normandale (Spring 2012)

    Elementary Education – Normandale

    Applied Organizational Studies –Online

    Technical Communication – Online

    RN Baccalaureate Completion – Online

    Dental Hygeine – Online

    Spanish – In Progress

    Special Education – In progress


    Why Partnership Matters- Resources

    Community- University Partnerships: What Do We Know http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/pdf_files/symposium_report.pdf

    Partnerships that Work

    http://www.universitybusiness.com/article/partnerships-work

    Community College/Four Year Partnerships

    http://www.universitybusiness.com/article/community-collegefour-year-partnerships

    A Typology of Community College-Based Partnership Activities

    http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/cclo/cc-partnerships.pdf


    Market Research Tool

    Minnesota State University, Mankato

    Market Research and Resources Website

    http://mnsumarketresearch.wordpress.com/


    Thank you

    Discussion & Questions?


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