CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING
AP – Advanced Placement Exams
Advanced Placement (AP) classes can be an important part of a student's college preparation plan. Classes are offered in most high schools throughout Minnesota and offer rigorous course content in many areas. Through AP exams, you have the opportunity to earn credit or advanced standing at most of the nation's colleges and universities.
CLEP – College Level Examination Program
The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®) is a college board program that allows students to earn college credit by demonstrating their mastery of college-level material in introductory subjects. The College-Level Examination Program® provides students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses. CLEP exams do not relate to a specifically designed college-level courses taught in high school. CLEP exams test mastery of college-level materials acquired in a variety of ways such as through general academic instruction, significant independent study, or extracurricular work.
CLEP Test Course Equivalencies at HTC
Credit for Life/Work Experience
Competency-based education allows students to present nontraditional learning as competencies to be evaluated for credit by qualified faculty members toward their educational program. These competencies must be the equivalent of what would have been learned through college coursework.
Foreign/International Credentials/Transcripts -
Have your college level courses completed in another country evaluated by one of the evaluation services listed below: Please be sure it is a course-by-course evaluation. Student will be asked to provide detailed information about the goals and objectives of the evaluated transfer courses. The current HTC transfer policy will be used to determine course transfer.
Transcript Evaluation Services
World Education Services, Inc.
PO Box 5087, Bowling Green Station
New York, NY 10274-5087
Phone: 212-966-6311 Fax: 212-739-6100
email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.wes.org
Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc
PO Box 51407, Milwaukee, WI 53203-3470
Phone: 414-289-3400 Fax: 414-289-3400
email: email@example.com http://www.ece.org
Educational opportunities exist to further your military career or prepare for a civilian career, whether you are active duty or retired, stateside, or abroad. You may be eligible to receive credit for your military training and prior learning experiences that have been evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE). College credit for prior military training and experience may be awarded. The standards of the American Council on Education or equivalent standards and current HTC transfer policy will be used to determine course transfer.
The Veterans Education Transfer System is an online application that helps past, present and future servicemen and servicewomen determine how their military training can count for credit at MnSCU institutions. Additional Military transfer information can be found at Military Transfer. To order your Military Transcript click here.
High School Articulation
Students who enroll at HTC may request to have Minnesota High School Tech Prep College Credits entered on their HTC college transcript. A student has up to five years from the date the Minnesota High School Tech Prep College Credit course was completed, with a grade of B or better, to formally request college credit for the articulated course. Refer to the HTC website for the complete procedure for Transfer of Minnesota High School Tech Prep College Credits to Hennepin Technical College.
The DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) program is an extensive series of examinations in college subjects that are comparable to the final or end-of-course examinations in undergraduate courses. ACE recommends three semester hours of credit per test. DANTES funds DSST testing for eligible service members and personnel at DANTES military test centers. The DSSTs are now also available for use by civilians at universities and colleges throughout the country. To see a list of the DSSTs go to:http://www.getcollegecredit.com/
The International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program is an educational program taught in one of three languages - English, French, or Spanish and is intended for students in their final two years of secondary school, often before entering university. The program, administered by the International Baccalaureate Organization, is one of the most widely recognized pre-university educational programs in the world.
Last updated by cgaynor : 2015-02-09 12:45:13