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
How do we partner?
What is Dual Enrollment ?
What do we mean by Bachelor Completion?
Admitted into a 4 year completion track
Must still meet admission requirements and apply for admission
Provides the student with a clear pathway for bachelor degree completion
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.
A program that that is structured for students who have already completed the MnSCU transfer curriculum and are seeking a bachelors degree.
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Spanish – In Progress
Special Education – In progress
Community- University Partnerships: What Do We Know http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/pdf_files/symposium_report.pdf
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Discussion & Questions?