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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 partnerships dual enrollment bachelor completion

Community and Technical College PartnershipsDual EnrollmentBachelor Completion

Looking Ahead with Extended Learning

discussion overview
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
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
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
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
How do we partner?
  • Articulation Agreements
  • Program Development
  • Shared Services and Resources ( Grants, market research, research, student services, library etc.)
  • Dual Enrollment
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 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
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
Minnesota State University, Mankato Extended Program Locations
  • 7700 France Ave, Edina, MN
  • Normandale Community College
current bachelor completion programs
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
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
Market Research Tool

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Market Research and Resources Website

http://mnsumarketresearch.wordpress.com/

thank you
Thank you

Discussion & Questions?

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