Three programs have been articulated within this division—Computer-Aided Drafting, Electrical and Electronic Technology and Horticulture.
Courses that have been articulated in the CAD program are DT 101, Basic Drafting; DT 120, Introductory CAD; and DT 225, Micro Station CAD. The articulated courses in the Electrical and Electronic Technology program are EET 101, Intro to Electricity and Electronics, and EET 111, Electrical Circuits. The course in the Horticulture program is HORT 102, Intro to Horticulture. College course descriptions are available in the College Catalog or in the course syllabus provided in this section. High school instructors should review the college course descriptions as well as the syllabus.
Credit is earned in these classes by successfully passing an examination at the 70% level. Articulation examinations in the Math and Science area are administered at SWIC under the supervision of the coordinator or an individual so designated by the coordinator. The coordinator will address the prerequisite courses for any of these courses. In some instances, if an ASSET or COMPASS score at a particular level is required, accommodations will be made.
Articulation Agreements Summary
Math and Science
|Division Program Titles
||Maximum Credit Hours Awarded by SWIC
||DT 101 Basic Drafting (4 credits)
DT 120 Introductory CAD (4 credits)
DT 225 Micro Station CAD (2 credits)
|Electrical and Electronic Technology
||EET 101 Intro to Electricity and Electronics (4 credits)
EET 111 Electrical Circuits (4 credits)
||HORT 102 Intro to Horticulture (3 credits)
|Maximum Time to Enroll
|Maximum Time to Complete Program
|Minimum High School Participation Requirements
||2.0 Cumulative GPA
2.5 in courses
||Credit awarded after student has successfully completed 12 hours of credit in specific program.
||Tests administered at Southwestern Illinois College.
Competency measured at 70%.