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Articulated Courses with Blackhawk Technical College

The following courses are articulated with Blackhawk Technical College (BTC).  AS are Advanced Standing credits and when a student meets the competencies they receive the credits on their transcript, but no grade.  TC means Transcripted Credit and when students meet the competencies there is also the grade on the BTC transcript.

See notes at the bottom regarding Milwaukee School of Enginerring (MSOE) credit for Project Lead the Way courses.

Brodhead High  School Title

Technical College Title

Credits

Requirements

Articulation

Anatomy & Physiology

General Anatomy & Physiology

806-177

4 C or better TC

CAD

Fundamentals of Drafting

 606-123

2

B or better

AS

Two-Dimensional CAD 

606-127

3

B or

 better

AS

Accounting I & II

Accounting I   

 101-111

4

B or better

AS

Accounting I

Office Accounting

101-102

3

B or better

AS

Written Communications

Written Communications

801-195

3

B or better

AS

Oral Communications

Oral Communications

801-196

3

B or better

AS

Algebra II

College Technical Math

804-115

3

B or better

AS

Law for Everyday – Living & You & the Law

Business Law

102-160

3

B or better

AS

Contemporary American Society

Intro. to  Sociology

809-196

3

B or better

AS

Intro to Psychology

Intro to Psychology

 809-198

3

B or better

AS

Hero Food Service

Co-op

Orientation to Quantity Food Prep

316-104

1

B or better

TC

Culinary Cooking

Orientation to Quantity Food Prep

316-104

1

B

AS

Welding YA

Blueprint Reading

421-380

1

 

AS

Welding Processes & Safety

442-306

2

 

AS

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

442-307

1

 

AS

Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)

442-308

1

 

AS

Industrial Welding Procedures, Codes & Specifications 

442-309

1

 

AS

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Non Low Hydrogen) 

442-310

1

 

AS

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Low Hydrogen) 

442-311

1

 

AS

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 

442-312

1

 

AS

Metal I

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

442-307

1

 

AS

Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)

442-308

1

 

AS

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Non Low Hydrogen) 

442-310

1

 

AS

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 

442-312

1

 

AS

Health YA

Skilled Nursing Assistant

 510-300

5

 

AS

Medical Terminology

510-117

3

 

AS

Phlebotomy Practicum

Certification

 

AS

YA Finance

Intro to Banking

Business Law

3-9 depending on technical college entered

 

AS

Agriculture Skills Co-op in Animal Science or Plant Science

Depends on technical college

Employability Certificate

B or Better

AS

Assistant Child Care Teacher (ACCT)

Depends on technical college

Employability Certificate

B or Better

Certificate

           

To redeem the credits for the above-articulated courses students should:

  1. Articulation has been a partnership between the technical college system and the high schools and wasn't intended for university credit. In the past, however; some universities have accepted the credits for some of the articulated classes.  This is their choice, but students can advocate for themselves and try to get the credit.  To receive credits, students can submit their transcript to the college or university of their choice for review.  Students can also check the website:  http://www.uwsa.edu  to see which Wisconsin universities and colleges accept which articulated credits.  Students should be forewarned that universities rarely accept this transcripted credit.
  2. If students go to the technical college and receive their associate degree there are some universities that will accept all 60 credits. (some of which would be the articulated high school courses)  To see which universities accept the program credits you can go to the website:www.uwsa.edu and follow the directions there.
  3. For Skilled Co-ops, students must present the DPI Skill Certificate to technical college admissions to be granted credits.
  4. For Youth Apprenticeships, students may have to show YA certificate although admissions should see courses listed on high school transcript.

College credit through Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE):

The National Affiliate/ Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Exemplary Student Recognition Program provides an opportunity for students at Brodhead High School who have excelled in Principals of Engineering< Introduction to Engineering Design (CAD) and/or Digital Electronics to receive transcripted college credit at MSOE.  Students must receive an 85% or higher in each PLTW course, have achieved a 70% or higher on the college credit exam that is given at their high school, have completed a portfolio for each PLTW course, and have paid tuition for each qualifying course.

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