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Where courses are commonly articulated?
Articulated classes are courses which have been approved to earn college credit. Southwestern College provides articulated courses through the following:

Sweetwater Union District
-High Schools
- ROP
- Adult Schools

Job Corps      
MAAC Project 

Where can I get a Tech Prep 2+2 Certificate?
If you are eligible to receive college credit for the course taken your instructor will provide the certificate for you. If you did not receive a certificate and think that the course you took it articulated please check out our articulation list or contact us for more information.

What If I Decide To Not Go To Southwestern College?
Your Tech Prep credit may be transferable.

What are the benefits of taking Tech Prep courses?
Tech prep not only benefits students:

1. If you are in High School it gives you a head start in a two year associate degree or apprenticeship program

2. Baccalaureate study basis

3. The ability to apply technical skills for immediate entry-level employment after high school while attending high school

4. Tech Prep courses are little not no cost: See chart Compare Tech Prep course and college course cost

How is the Tech Prep program different?
The Tech Prep programs are college-preparatory, designed to prepare students to continue in a related program of study at a two-year college. Tech Prep high school courses articulated with Southwestern College prepares a student to continue in many relates postsecondary Tech Prep associate of applied science degree programs.

 

 

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