A key component of Tech Prep is articulation, which is a process linking high school course work and college course work to assist students in making a smooth transition from one level of education to another without experiencing delays or duplication in learning.
The articulated high school courses contain the same course content as an equivalent college course and a post-secondary institution (college) has agreed to award college credit if the student meets outlined requirements in the course articulation agreement. The articulation agreement is a signed document between a high school and a college that indicates the specific responsibilities of the high school and the college, and the students in order for credit to be awarded.
Statewide Articulation Agreement
2013-2014 Statewide Articulation Agreement (3.6mb) - This document includes the list of articulated courses for public secondary and postsecondary education for 2013-2014.
Statewide Articulation Agreement (68kb) - for private colleges
2011-2012 Statewide Articulation Agreement (1mb) - This document includes the list of articulated courses for public secondary and postsecondary education for 2011-2012.