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					Application to Claim Tech Prep College                                   Business Management or Business Ownership
Credit at Vernon College                                                  BMGT 1303 Principles of Management
                                                                          Student will receive credit for ACNT 1425 – Principles of
Date:_________________________________________                            Accounting I only if he/she takes Accounting I and,
Name:________________________________________                             Accounting II in the high school. They will receive 6 hours
Address:______________________________________                            of college credit for ACNT 1303 and ACNT 1304.
Telephone:____________________________________
Social Security:_________________________________                     Computer & Information Sciences – Computer Support
                                                                      Technician - may claim up to 15 hours credit
High School Name:______________________________                        Business Computer Programming or Computer Science I
                                                                          ITSE 1402 Computer Programming
Please check the box for the Tech Prep class(es) you have taken        Business Computer Information Systems II
and for which you want to claim credit. Show this form to your            ITSC 1409 Integrated Software Applications I
Vernon College Counselor at the time of registration. Student          Desktop Publishing or Business Image &
must re-file this form or check with Joe Hite, at address on the          Management & Multimedia
back of this form, after earning six (6) hours at Vernon College to       GRPH 1459 Object Oriented Computer Graphics
transfer high school credit to college transcript.                     Internetworking Technologies I
                                                                          ITNW 1321 Introduction to Networking
Criminal Justice                                                       Webmastering
     Introduction to Criminal Justice                                    ITSC 1413 Internet/Web Page Development
        CJSA 1322 Introduction to Criminal Justice                     Word Processing Applications
     Courts and Criminal Procedure                                       ITSW 1401 Introduction to Word Processing
       CJSA 1313 Court Systems and Practices
     Crime in America                                                Computer Aided Design and Drafting
       CJSA 1312 Crime in America                                      Engineering Graphics
     Fundamentals of Criminal Law                                       DFTG 1409 Basic Computer Aided Drafting
       CJSA 1327 Fundamentals of Criminal Law                          Business Computer Information Systems I
                                                                         ITSC 1305 Introduction to PC Operating Systems
Office Technology – may claim up to 15 hours credit                    Communication Graphics or Computer
     Accounting I                                                       Multimedia & Animation Technology
        ACNT 1303 Introduction to Accounting                             GRPH 1459 Object Oriented Computer Graphics
     Accounting II                                                    Architectural Graphics
        ACNT 1304 Introduction to Accounting II                          DFTG 1417 Architectural Drafting Residential
     Business Computer Information Systems I
        POFI 1349 Spreadsheets                                         Health Science Technology/Nursing
     Business Computer Information Systems II                          Health Occupations II or III
        ITSC 1409 Integrated Software Applications I                     VNSG 1115, 1122, 1133, 1126
     Administrative Procedures
        POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I                   Child Development
     Business Image Management & Multimedia                             Child Development & Preparation for
        POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for the Office                       Parenting
                                                                          CDEC 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Electronics                                                            Nutrition & Food Science & Food Science
     Solid State Devices                                                 Technology
        CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                                     CDEC 1318 Nutrition, Health, & Safety
     Digital Fundamentals                                             Child Care Guidance, Management &
        CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                                    Services
     AC Circuits & DC Circuits                                           CDEC 1319 Child Guidance
        CETT 1409 AC-DC Circuits                                       Individual & Family Life
                                                                          CDEC 1303 Family & Community
Automotive Technology                                                     Student will receive credit for CDEC 1303 only if he/she
     Automotive Technology I, Automotive                                 takes Individual & Family Life & Child Care Guidance in
       Specialization I, or Auto Tech I                                   the high school. They will receive 6 hours of college credit
      AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems                            for CDEC 1303 & CDEC 1319.
     Automotive Technology II, Automotive
       Specialization II, or Auto Tech II                             Manufacturing Technology
      AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I                          Welding I, Agricultural Mechanics I, Agricultural
                                                                         Power & Machinery
Business Management                                                      WLDG 1428 Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc
     Accounting I                                                       Welding
        ACNT 1303 Introduction to Accounting                           Welding II, Agricultural Mechanics II, Precision Metal
     Accounting II                                                      Fabrication, Agricultural Structures II
        ACNT 1304 Introduction to Accounting II                          WLDG 1430 Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding
     Business Computer Information Systems I
        ITSW 1401 Introduction to Word Processing
 Computer & Information Sciences – Emphasis on                  The articulated course appears in the college
 Computer Networking – Cisco Program                             catalog or bulletin and may be included in the
   Internetworking Technologies I
     ITCC 1302 CCNA 1: Networking Basics & ITCC 1306             technical certificate or degree plan declared by
     CCNA 2: Router and Routing Basics                           student.
   Internetworking Technologies II
     ITCC 1342 CCNA 3: Switching Basic and Intermediate         Return the completed claim credit form
     Routing & CCNA 4: WAN Technologies
   Computer Science I
                                                                 (downloaded from website
     ITSE 1402 Computer Programming                              www.wf.net/~rvaughan) to the Registrar’s Office
                                                                 at Vernon College along with
 Computer & Information Sciences - Electronic                    a copy of your high school transcript.
 Commerce Specialist
   Telecommunication and Networking
     ITNW 1321 Introduction to Networking                       The student must enroll in Vernon College within
   Business Computer Information Systems II                     28 months of high school graduation.
     ITSC 1409 Integrated Software Application I
   Web Mastering                                               Follow up after 6 hours at Vernon College,
     ITSC 1413 Internet/Web Pages Development
                                                                 Registrar’s Office, and request a college
   Computer Science I or Business Computer
     Programming                                                 transcript to be sure credit is added to transcript.
     ITSE 1402 Computer Programming

To see a list of Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) for
other courses that may earn college credit while in high
school, see the website www.techpreptexas.org
                                                                 To claim credit, fill out form and mail to:
To receive your Tech Prep college credit and
articulate hours to Vernon College, complete the                               Mr. Joe Hite,
following steps:                                                      Dean of Admissions & Financial
                                                                               Aid/Registrar
      The student must earn a minimum grade of 80                             Vernon College
       (3.0 or higher) at the high school level and                          4400 College Drive
       achieve mastery of the content-enhanced high                         Vernon, Texas 76384
       school course, or each course in a required
       sequence, and high school prerequisite courses
       listed in the crosswalk.                                          Updated February 18, 2004

      The student must have completed the course, or
       final course in a designated course sequence, for
       articulated credit with junior (grade 11) or senior
       (grade 12) standing.

      The student must tell the college counselor you
       are a Tech Prep student and present your Tech
       Prep credit card, high school transcript, and claim
       credit form to Vernon College.

      The student must successfully earn six (6) hours
       of non-developmental college credit in any
       subject area with a grade of C or above. The
       student may satisfy this requirement after high
       school graduation, or may satisfy this requirement
       before graduation by dual credit, or by qualifying
       AP or CLEP examination scores.