2002-2003 STATEWIDE ARTICULATION PROGRAM (SWAP)

COURSE CROSSWALK

 

How to Use the

Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

 

The content-enhanced articulated high school courses listed in the following crosswalk have been found to be substantially equal to the introductory-level college courses indicated. Statewide teams of secondary and postsecondary subject area faculty compared the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for each high school course with the course descriptions, syllabi, and expectations of courses found in the postsecondary Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM).[1] These courses are most often used in technical certificate and degree programs at public community and technical colleges.

 

Course Numbers and Abbreviations – Statewide-articulated Career and Technology Education Courses are identified with unique PEIMS course numbers (which include the letter “T”) and abbreviations (which include the notation “TP”).

 

School year 2002-2003, public schools must use the new Career and Technology – Tech Prep PEIMS course numbers and abbreviations for content-enhanced statewide-articulated career and technology courses.

 

Participating colleges should honor the previous (regular career and technology) course numbers and abbreviations, used in the interim for statewide-articulated courses through May 2003, 15 months after 2002-2003 high school seniors graduated in May 2002.

 

“A” Special Explanation Course Code - All courses eligible for college credit by statewide and local articulation are identified on the high school transcript (Academic Achievement Record, AAR) by the special explanation course code “A.” Participating colleges use this code to identify courses taught with enhanced content for award of articulated college credit.

 

Although the primary purpose of this course crosswalk is to provide guidance to colleges in the award of technical (workforce education) college credit for statewide-articulated high school courses, under specific circumstances colleges may elect to award academic transfer credit from the postsecondary Academic Course Guide Manual (AGCM) for selected courses.


Using Statewide Articulated Courses

in High School Graduation Plans

 

This table shows how statewide-articulated career and technology courses can be used as core courses and electives in high school graduation plans.

 

19 TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter D. Graduation Requirements

Core Courses

SAMPLE Articulated Courses (1 credit minimum)

PEIMS Course Numbers and Abbreviations Effective 2002-2003

Grades 11-12

Science or

Academic Elective

Principles of Technology I (PTI-TP) 1238282T

Physical

Education

2-3 credit hour approved substitutions: For example:

Administrative procedures career preparation

(BECP1-TP) 1209910T

Health

Education

Health Science Technology I (HSTI-TP) 1210130T

Health Science Technology II (HSTII-TP) 1210140T

Technology

Applications

Business Computer Information Systems I (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T

Business Computer Information Systems II (ABCIS-TP) 1203130T

Business Computer Programming (BCP1-TP) 1203140T or

(BCP2-TP) 1203141T

Telecommunications and Networking (TLNET-TP) 1202270T

Business Image Management/Multimedia (BIM&M-TP) 1202230T

Computer Applications (CA-TP) 1234147T

Electives

All statewide-articulated courses.

 

Beginning school year 2002-2003, public schools electing to offer statewide-articulated courses must use the new Career and Technology – Tech Prep PEIMS course numbers and abbreviations listed in PEIMS code table.C022, updated 7-1-02.

 

Use of these course numbers indicates that:

1)                 Course content is enhanced beyond the TEKS; and

2)                 Teachers have required faculty qualifications and have completed TEA-required SWAP staff development for each course taught.

 

All courses for statewide articulation are also noted with the “A” special explanation course code on transcripts.


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

EDUCATION – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

Agricultural power and machinery

(AGPWR-TP) 1193442T

Shop Safety and Procedures

DEMR 1301 or DEMR 1401

AND

Power Train I

DEMR 1421 or DEMR 1521


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

BUSINESS EDUCATION – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

 

Business computer information systems I

(BCIS1-TP) 1201120T

Prerequisite: Keyboarding course or skill

Computer Applications I

POFI 1301 or POFI 1401 OR

POFI 1200 and POFI 1201

OR

 

Introduction to Computers

ITSC 1301 or ITSC 1401

 

Business computer information systems II

(ABCIS-TP) 1203130T OR

Business computer information systems II career preparation (BCIS2-TP) 1209930T

Prerequisite: Business Computer Information Systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T

Integrated Software Applications I

ITSC 1309 or ITSC 1409

OR

 

Computer Applications II

POFI 1341 or POFI 1441 OR

POFI 1240 and POFI 1241

OR

 

Electronic Publishing I

GRPH 1322 or GRPH 1422

OR

 

Presentation Media Software

ITSW 1310 or ITSW 1410

OR

 

Introduction to Computer Graphics – Print

ARTC 1325 or ARTC 1425

 

Business computer programming I

(BCP1-TP) 1203140T

Prerequisite: Keyboarding course or skill

Introduction to Computer Programming

ITSE 1302 or ITSE 1402 OR

ITSE 1201 and ITSE 1202

 

Business computer programming II

(BCP2-TP) 1203141T

Prerequisite: Business computer programming I (ADVBCP1) 12031400 or (BCP1-TP) 1203140T

Programming Logic and Design

ITSE 1229 or ITSE 1329

 

Word processing applications

(WDPAP-TP) 1202280T

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T or keyboarding course or skill

Introduction to Word Processing

ITSW 1301 or ITSW 1401

OR

 

Word Processing for Desktop Publishers

GRPH 1329 or GRPH 1429

 

Accounting I

(BACCT-TP) 1202210T

Introduction to Accounting I

ACNT 1303 or ACNT 1403

AND

Introduction to Accounting II

ACNT 1304 or ACNT 1404

 

Banking and financial systems (½ credit)

(BFINS-TP) 1202220T

AND

Accounting II (½ credit)

(AACCT-TP) 1203110T

Prerequisite:

Accounting I (BEGACCT1) 12022100 or

(BACCT-TP) 1202210T

Principles of Bank Operation

BNKG 1303 (Course number corrected 10-10-02)

OR

 

Money and Banking

BNKG 1301 (Course number corrected 10-10-02)

 

Business management (½ credit)

(BMGMT-TP) 1202250T

AND

Business ownership (½ credit)

(BOWNS-TP) 1202260T

Principles of Management

BMGT 1303

OR

 

Supervision

BMGT 1301

Business image management & multimedia

(BIM&M-TP) 1202230T

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T

Multimedia Authoring I

IMED 1305 or IMED 1405

Course no longer equivalent

Substitute:

Introduction to Multimedia

IMED 1301 or IMED 1401

OR

Electronic Publishing I

GRPH 1322 or GRPH 1422

OR

Introduction to Computer Graphics – Print

ARTC 1325 or ARTC 1425

OR

Presentation Media Software

ITSW 1310 or ITSW 1410

AND

Electronic Publishing I

GRPH 1322 or GRPH 1422

Telecommunications and networking

(TLNET-TP) 1202270T

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T

Introduction to Networking

ITNW 1321 or ITNW 1421

Administrative procedures career preparation

(BECP1-TP) 1209910T

Must total 3 credits and include co-op

Administrative Office Procedures I

POFT 1309 or POFT 1409

International business

(INTB1-TP) 1203150T

Introduction to International Business and Trade

IBUS 1305 or IBUS 1405


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

Introduction to health science technology (½ credit) (INTHS-TP) 1210120T

AND

Health science technology I

(HSTI-TP) 1210130T

Prerequisite: Biology

Introduction to Health Professions

HPRS 1101 or HPRS 1201

Health science technology I

(HSTI-TP) 1210130T

AND

Health science technology II

(HSTII-TP) 1210140T OR

Health science technology career preparation II

(HST2CPTP) 1210550T

AND

State certification as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)

Prerequisite: Biology and Chemistry

Introduction to Health Professions

HPRS 1101 or HPRS 1201

OR

Nurse Aide for Health Care Organizations I

NURA 1301 or NURA 1401

OR

Disease Control and Prevention

VNSG 1115

Health science technology I

(HSTI-TP) 1210130T

AND

Health science technology II

(HSTII-TP) 1210140T OR

Health science technology career preparation II

(HST2CPTP) 1210550T

AND

State certification as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)

Prerequisite: Biology and Chemistry

Home Health Aide

HOMH 1101 or HOMH 1201

Health science technology II

(HSTII-TP) 1210140T OR

Health science technology career preparation II

(HST2CPTP) 1210550T

Must include non-paid clinical experience

Prerequisite: Health science technology I (HSTI-TP) 1210130T and Biology and Chemistry

Medical Assisting

Medical Law and Ethics

MDCA 1205 or MDCA 1305

AND

Procedures in a Clinical Setting

MDCA 1417 or MDCA 1517 OR

MDCA 1216 and MDCA 1217

AND

Clinical

MDCA 1X60

Health science technology I

(HSTI-TP) 1210130T

AND

Health science technology II

(HSTII-TP) 1210140T OR

Health science technology career preparation II

(HST2CPTP) 1210550T

AND

Health Science Technology III

(HSTIIITP) 1210150T OR

Health science technology career preparation III

(HST3CPTP) 1210650T

Prerequisite: Biology and Chemistry

Disease Control and Prevention

VNSG 1115

OR

Medical Law and Ethics

MDCA 1205 or MDCA 1305

AND

Procedures in a Clinical Setting

MDCA 1417 or MDCA 1517 OR

MDCA 1216 and MDCA 1217

Medical terminology (½ credit)

(MDTRM-TP) 1212122T

AND

Any statewide-articulated Tech Prep health science technology course

Medical Terminology

HPRS 1106 or HPRS 1206

OR

Medical Terminology

MDCA 1213 or MDCA 1313

OR

Medical Terminology

HITT 1205 or HITT 1305

Health science technology I

(HSTI-TP) 1210130T

AND

Health science technology II

(HSTII-TP) 1210140T OR

Health science technology career preparation II

(HST2CPTP) 1210550T

AND

Health science technology III

(HSTIIITP) 1210150T OR

Health science technology career preparation III

(HST3CPTP) 1210650T

Prerequisite: Biology and Chemistry

Wellness and Health Promotion

HPRS 1102 or HPRS 1202

AND

Basic Health Profession Skills

HPRS 1204 or HPRS 1304

Medical terminology (½ credit)

(MDTRM-TP) 1212122T

AND

Health science technology III

(HSTIIITP) 1210150T with EMT emphasis OR

Health science technology career preparation III

(HST3CPTP) 1210650T with EMT emphasis

AND

State certification in EMT-Basic

 

Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Care Attendant

EMSP 1205 or EMSP 1305

AND

Emergency Medical Dispatching

EMSP 1109 or EMSP 1209

AND

Non-Emergency Transport

EMSP 1214 or EMSP 1314

AND

Emergency Medical Technician – Basic

EMSP 1313 or EMSP 1413


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION

(HOME ECONOMICS) – TECH PREP and

INNOVATIVE CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

 

Child development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Preparation for parenting (½ credit)

(PRPAR-TP) 122T3210

AND

Elementary school teaching internship

(ESTI-TP) N122T305

OR

Ready, set, teach! I

(TEACH1TP) N122T307

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

AND

Family and the Community

CDEC 1303 or CDEC 1403

 

Child development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Elementary school teacher assistant I

(ESTA-TP) N122T304

OR

Exploring education careers

(EXPED-TP) N122T309

OR

Ready, set, teach! I

(TEACH1TP) N122T307

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

 

Child Development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Preparation for Parenting (½ credit)

(PRPAR-TP) 122T3210

AND

Elementary school teacher assistant

(ESTA-TP) N122T304

OR

Exploring education careers

(EXPED-TP) N122T309

OR

Ready, set, teach! I

(TEACH1TP) N122T307

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

OR

 

Family and the Community

CDEC 1303 or CDEC 1403

 

Ready, Set, Teach II

(TEACH2TP) N122T308

Prerequisite: Child development (CHDEV-TP) 122T3310 and Ready, set, teach! I (TEACH1TP) N122T307

The School Age Child

CDEC 2341 or CDEC 2441

 

Child development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Preparation for parenting (½ credit)

(PRPAR-TP) 122T3210

AND

PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services I (CHCR1-TP) 122T3421 OR

Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation I

(CCCP1-TP) 122900T1

OR

Early childhood professions I

(ECP1-TP) N122T301

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

AND

The Infant and Toddler

CDEC 1321 or CDEC 1421 OR

CDEC 1220 and CDEC 1221

 

PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services I (CHCR1-TP) 122T3421 OR

Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation I

(CCCP1-TP) 122900T1

OR

Early childhood professions I

(ECP1-TP) N122T301

OR

Intergenerational professions I

(INPR1-TP) N122T201

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

 

Child development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Preparation for parenting (½ credit)

(PRPAR-TP) 122T3210

AND

PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services I (CHCR1-TP) 122T3421 OR

Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation I

(CCCP1-TP) 122900T1

AND

PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services II (CHCR2-TP) 122T3422 OR

Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation II (CCCP2-TP) 122900T2

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

AND

Nutrition, Health and Safety

CDEC 1318 or CDEC 1418

AND

The Infant and Toddler

CDEC 1321 or CDEC 1421 OR

CDEC 1220 and CDEC 1221

AND one additional course to be selected from the following:

 

Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs

CDEC 1313 or CDEC 1413

OR

 

Child Guidance

CDEC 1319 or CDEC 1419

 

Early childhood professions I

(ECP1-TP) N122T301

AND

Early childhood professions II

(ECP2-TP) N122T302

OR

PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services II (CHCR2-TP) 122T3422 OR

Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation II (CCCP2-TP) 122900T2

 

Prerequisite: PL/Child care and guidance, management, and services I (CHCR1-TP) 122T3421 OR Child care and guidance, management, and services career preparation I (CCCP1-TP) 122900T1

Nutrition, Health and Safety

CDEC 1318 or CDEC 1418

AND one additional course to be selected from the following:

 

Family and the Community

CDEC 1303 or CDEC 1403

OR

 

Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs

CDEC 1313 or CDEC 1413

OR

 

Child Guidance

CDEC 1319 or CDEC 1419

 

Child development (½ credit)

(CHDEV-TP) 122T3310

AND

Preparation for parenting (½ credit)

(PRPAR-TP) 122T3210

AND

Early childhood professions I

(ECP1-TP) N122T301

AND

Early childhood professions II

(ECP2-TP) N122T302

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

CDEC 1311 or CDEC 1411

AND

Nutrition, Health and Safety

CDEC 1318 or CDEC 1418

AND

The Infant and Toddler

CDEC 1321 or CDEC 1421 OR

CDEC 1220 and CDEC 1221

AND one additional course to be selected from the following:

 

Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs

CDEC 1313 or CDEC 1413

OR

 

Child Guidance

CDEC 1319 or CDEC 1419

 

Intergenerational professions I

(INPR1-TP) N122T201

AND

Intergenerational Professions II

(INTPR2-TP) N122T202

 

Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs

CDEC 1313 or CDEC 1413

 

Nutrition and food science (½ credit)

(NFSCI-TP) 122T4210

AND

Food science and technology (½ credit)

(FST-TP) 122T4310

Nutrition for the Food Service Professional

RSTO 1217 or RSTO 1317

OR

 

Basic Nutrition

IFWA 1129 or IFWA 1229

OR

 

Nutrition

FDNS 1305

 

PL/Hospitality services I

(HOSP1-TP) 122T5321 OR

Hospitality services career preparation I (HOCP1-TP) 1229T203

Introduction to the Hospitality Industry

HAMG 1221 or HAMG 1321

AND

Principles of Food and Beverage Operations

HAMG 2201 or HAMG 2301

 

PL/Hospitality services II

(HOSP2-TP) 122T5322 OR

Hospitality services career preparation II (HOCP2-TP) 1229T303

Prerequisite: PL/Hospitality services I

(HOSP1-TP) 122T5321 OR

Hospitality services career preparation I (HOCP1-TP) 1229T203

Front Office Procedures

HAMG 1213 or HAMG 1313

 

PL/Food production, management, and services I

(FPMS-TP) 122T5221 OR

Food production, management, and services career preparation I (FPCP1-TP) 1229T003

OR

Culinary arts I

(CUL1-TP) N122T501

Basic Food Preparation

CULA 1301 or CULA 1401 OR

CULA 1200 and CULA 1201

AND

Introduction to Hospitality Industry

HAMG 1221 or HAMG 1321

OR

 

Food Preparation I

IFWA 1401 or IFWA 1501

AND

Introduction to Hospitality Industry

HAMG 1221 or HAMG 1321

 

PL/Food production, management, and services II

(FPMS2-TP) 122T5222 OR

Food production, management, and services career preparation I (FPCP2-TP) 1229T103

Prerequisite: PL/Food production, management, and services I (FPMS-TP) 122T5221 OR

Food production, management, and services career preparation I (FPCP1-TP) 1229T003

AND

Nutrition and food science (½ credit)

(NFSCI-TP) 122T4210

OR

Culinary arts II

(CUL2-TP) N122T502

Prerequisite: Culinary arts I (CUL1-TP) N122T501

AND

Nutrition and food science (½ credit)

(NFSCI-TP) 122T4210

Sanitation and Safety

CULA 1205 or CULA 1305 OR

CULA 1104 and CULA 1105

OR

Sanitation and Safety

IFWA 1113 or IFWA 1213

AND

Nutrition for the Food Service Professional

RSTO 1217 or RSTO 1317

OR

 

Sanitation and Safety

CULA 1205 or CULA 1305 OR

CULA 1104 and CULA 1105

OR

Sanitation and Safety

IFWA 1113 or IFWA 1213

AND

Basic Nutrition

IFWA 1129 or IFWA 1229

OR

 

Sanitation and Safety

CULA 1205 or CULA 1305 OR

CULA 1104 and CULA 1105

OR

Sanitation and Safety

IFWA 1113 or IFWA 1213

AND

Nutrition

FDNS 1305

PL/Food production, management, and services II

(FPMS2-TP) 122T5222 OR

Food production, management, and services career preparation I (FPCP2-TP) 1229T103

Prerequisite: PL/Food production, management, and services I (FPMS-TP) 122T5221 OR

Food production, management, and services career preparation I (FPCP1-TP) 1229T003

AND

Nutrition and food science (½ credit)

(NFSCI-TP) 122T4210

OR

Culinary arts II

(CUL2-TP) N122T502

Prerequisite: Culinary arts I (CUL1-TP) N122T501

Sanitation and Safety

CULA 1205 or CULA 1305 OR

CULA 1104 and CULA 1105

OR

Sanitation and Safety

IFWA 1113 or IFWA 1213


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

 

Technical introduction to computer-aided drafting

(TICAD-TP) 125117T5

Technical Drafting

DFTG 1305 or DFTG 1405 OR

DFTG 1204 and DFTG 1205

 

Engineering computer-aided drafting I

(ECAD-TP) 125117T1

Basic Computer-Aided Drafting

DFTG 1309 or DFTG 1409 OR

DFTG 1208 and DFTG 1209

 

Engineering computer-aided drafting II

(ECAD2-TP) 125117T2

Prerequisite: Engineering computer-aided drafting I (ECAD) 12511701 or (ECAD-TP) 125117T1

Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting

DFTG 2319 or DFTG 2419 OR

DFTG 2219 and DFTG 2220

 

Media technology I

(MEDT-TP) 125123T1

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T or Computer applications (CA-TP) 1234147T

Multimedia Authoring I

IMED 1305 or IMED 1405

Course no longer equivalent

Substitute:

Introduction to Multimedia

IMED 1301 or IMED 1401

 

Introduction to computer maintenance

(ICM-TP) 125345T4

Prerequisite: Introductory computer course

PC Operating Systems – DOS

ITSC 1317 or ITSC 1417

OR

 

Introduction to Computer Technology

CPMT 1303 or CPMT 1403 OR

CPMT 1202 and CPMT 1203

 

Computer maintenance technician I

(CMTN-TP) 125345T2

Prerequisite: Introduction to computer maintenance (ICM) 12534504 or (ICM-TP) 125345T4

Introduction to Computer Maintenance

CPMT 1311 or CPMT 1411 OR

CPMT 1210 and CPMT 1211

OR

 

Personal Computer Hardware

ITSC 1325 or ITSC 1425

 

Computer cabling and design

(CCD-TP) 125345T1

Telecommunications Transmission Media

EECT 1340 or EECT 1440

 

Telecommunications technology IV

(TELES-TP) 125351T5

Prerequisite: Telecommunications technology III (INTTECH) 12535104

Introduction to Telecommunications

EECT 1303 or EECT 1403

 

Instrumentation I

(INST-TP) 125459T2

Principles of Industrial Measurements

INTC 1301 or INTC 1401 OR

INTC 1200 and INTC 1201

 

Instrumentation II

(INST2-TP) 125459T3

Prerequisite: Instrumentation I

(INST) 12545902 or (INST-TP) 125459T2

Introduction to Electronic Instrumentation

INTC 1205 or INTC 1305

 

Hydraulics and pneumatics

(HDNEU-TP) 125457T1

Basic Fluid Power

ELMT 1305 or ELMT 1405

 

Vocational plastics I

(VOPLS-TP) 125467T1

Introduction to Plastics

PLTC 1201 or PLTC 1301

 

Quality control I

(QC-TP) 125469T1

Plastic Quality Control

PLTC 1206 or PLTC 1306

 

AC/DC electronics/computer systems

(ACDC-TP) 125471T1

DC-AC Circuits

CETT 1409 or CETT 1509 OR

CETT 1208 and CETT 1209

 

Direct current electronics

(DCE-TP) 125471T6

DC Circuits

CETT 1303 or CETT 1403

OR

 

Introduction to Direct Current Circuits

IEIR 1302 or IEIR 1402 OR

IEIR 1201 and IEIR 1202

 

Alternating current electronics

(ACE-TP) 125471T3

Prerequisite: Direct current electronics

(DCE) 12547106 or (DCE-TP) 125471T6

AC Circuits

CETT 1305 or CETT 1405

OR

 

Alternating Current Circuits for Industrial Applications

IEIR 1304 or IEIR 1404 OR

IEIR 1203 and IEIR 1204

 

Machine shop I

(MCHSP-TP) 125573T1

Machining I

MCHN 1338 or MCHN 1438 OR

MCHN 1237 and MCHN 1238

Machine shop II

(MCHSP2TP) 125573T2

Prerequisite: Machine shop I (MCHSHOP) 12557301 or (MCHSP-TP) 125573T1

Basic Machine Shop II

MCHN 1341 or MCHN 1441 OR

MCHN 1240 and MCHN 1241

Automotive technician II

(AUTO-TP) 12579T03

Non-NATEF curriculum

Prerequisite: Automotive technician I (AUTOTECH) 12579102 or Automotive specialization (AUTOSPEC) 12579101

Introduction and Theory of Automotive

Technology

AUMT 1201 or AUMT 1301

AND

Introduction to Automotive Technology

AUMT 1305 or AUMT 1405

Automotive technician II

(AUTOSSTP) 12579TS3

NATEF curriculum – Suspension and Steering. Must complete minimum NATEF-required hours of instruction.

AND

ASE certification in Steering and Suspension

Suspension and Steering

AUMT 1316 or AUMT 1416

(Non-manufacturer-specific program)

Automotive technician II

(AUTOBRTP) 12579TB3

NATEF curriculum – Brakes. Must complete minimum NATEF-required hours of instruction.

AND

ASE certification in Brakes

Automotive Brake Systems

AUMT 1310 or AUMT 1410

(Non-manufacturer-specific program)

Diesel mechanics II

(DSLMEC2TP) 125795T2

Prerequisite: Diesel mechanics I (DSLSMECH) 12579501

Shop Safety and Procedures

DEMR 1301 or DEMR 1401


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION – TECH PREP and

INNOVATIVE CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

Computer multimedia/Animation technology

(CMAT-TP) 1236268T

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T or Computer applications (CA-TP) 1234147T

Multimedia Authoring I

IMED 1305 or IMED 1405

Course no longer equivalent

Substitute:

Introduction to Multimedia

IMED 1301 or IMED 1401

Principles of technology I (1 science unit)

(PTI-TP) 1238282T

Prerequisite: 1 science credit and Algebra I

Control Valves

INTC 1215 or INTC 1315

Computer applications

(CA-TP) 1234147T

Prerequisite: Keyboarding course or skill

Introduction to Computers

ITSC 1301 or ITSC 1401

Electricity/Electronics technology

(EET-TP) 1236267T

Electronic Test Equipment

INTC 1207 or INTC 1307

OR

Electronic Test Equipment

INCR 1103 or INCR 1203

Hotel management

(HOTEL-TP) 12421T52

Hospitality Marketing and Sales

HAMG 2207 or HAMG 2307

Introduction to travel and tourism

(INTRAVTP) N1242T55

Introduction to Travel and Tourism

TRVM 1300

Travel and tourism marketing

(TRAV-TP) 12421T55

Prerequisite: Introduction to travel and tourism (INTRAVTP) N1242T55

Travel and Tourism Sales and Marketing Techniques

TRVM 1345


Statewide Articulation Course Crosswalk INNOVATIVE CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY – TECH PREP

Effective School Year 2002-2003

 

All high school courses must include enhanced content equivalent to the college courses indicated, and are a minimum of one (1) high school credit unless otherwise noted.

 

High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

Internetworking technologies I

(INNT1-TP) N1295T06

Non-Cisco curriculum

Fundamentals of Networking

ITNW 1325 or ITNW 1425

OR

Introduction to Networking

ITNW 1321 or ITNW 1421

Internetworking technologies I

(INNTC1TP) N1295TC6

Cisco curriculum

Local Area Networks Design and Protocols:  Cisco 1ITCC 1302 or ITCC 1402 OR

ITCC 1201 and ITCC 1202

AND

Basic Router Configuration: Cisco 2

ITCC 1306 or ITCC 1406 OR

ITCC 1205 and ITCC 1206

Internetworking technologies II

(INNT2-TP) N1295T07

Prerequisite: Internetworking technologies I (INNTC1TP) N1295TC6 or Networking essentials (NPLUSCTP) N1295TC9

Cisco curriculum

Local Area Management (LAN): Cisco 3

ITCC 1342 or ITCC 1442 OR

ITCC 1241 and ITCC 1242

AND

Wide Area Management (WAN): Cisco 4

ITCC 1346 or ITCC 1446 OR

ITCC 1245 and ITCC 1246

Networking essentials

(NPLUS-TP) N1295T09

Non-Cisco curriculum

Fundamentals of Networking

ITNW 1325 or ITNW 1425

OR

Introduction to Networking

ITNW 1321 or ITNW 1421

Networking essentials

(NPLUSCTP) N1295TC9

Cisco curriculum

Local Area Networks Design and Protocols:  Cisco 1

ITCC 1302 or ITCC 1402 OR

ITCC 1201 and ITCC 1202

AND

Basic Router Configuration: Cisco 2

ITCC 1306 or ITCC 1406 OR

ITCC 1205 and ITCC 1206

Fundamentals of the internet

(INTPL-TP) N1295T10

Prerequisite: Business computer information systems I (BEGCIS1) 12011200 or (BCIS1-TP) 1201120T or Computer applications (CA-TP) 1234147T

Internet/Web Page Development

ITSC 1313 or ITSC 1413

OR

Introduction to the Internet

ITNW 1337 or ITNW 1437

 



[1] Technical courses for public two-year colleges, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.