4 Ways to Earn College Credit
In High School - End of Course Exams
CLEP Marketing Exam: A CLEP exam is similar to AP. The difference is that it is a multiple choice exam. The advanced marketing course offers the CLEP exam as an option to students.
More than 2,900 U.S. colleges and universities grant credit for CLEP. CLEP credit can be used:
1) as a credit for a college Marketing class
2) as an elective credit
*transferology website - see if the CLEP credit will transfer directly to a course at your college/university (anywhere in US)
3) as a prerequisite for other classes in business and marketing
Talk to the registrar's office at your school. Advocate for yourself.
NOCTI Exam: NOCTI is the leading provider of industry certifications, credentials, and resources for career and technical education (CTE) programs across the nation.
Some of our courses also offer NOCTI exams. A 70% or better earns a recommendation for college credit! Visit NOCTI for more info.
After High School - Option 1
St. Paul College - Business Management Transfer Pathway
Some of the courses in our business and marketing department lead to the associate's degree transfer Pathway with Saint Paul College. Click here for more information.
After High School Option 2
Articulated College Credit (ACC)
-Earn Technical or Community college credits (Articulated College Credit) in 10, 11, 12 grades
-9th Graders can earn credit for successfully completing Word Processing for College
-Stay in your own high school with your friends and the teachers you already know
-Explore career opportunities through high school courses
-Complete your college program sooner, save time and money
-Choose a specific Technical or Community College career program or a major that may lead to transfer options to a university
-Visit CTE Credit MN to learn more
-Choose Schools/Courses Link
-Select Mounds View High School
-What do I do with the certificate?
-Keep the Articulated College Credit certificate(s) in a safe place
-Bring the certificate to one of the colleges listed and enroll in a career program/major
-Check with the college registrar as they may have a procedure to follow