The Articulated College Credit program is a sequence of study beginning in high school and continuing through at least two years of post-secondary occupational education. It prepares students for highly skilled occupations and allows either direct entry into the work place after high school graduation, or a continuation of study in a two-year college leading to an associate’s degree, or allows courses to be transferred to a four-year degree program. Articulated college credit programs are coordinated by secondary schools and institutions of higher learning.
Dallas County Community College District:
- Automotive Technology