Presentation on theme: "An Overview of Community College Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment in Academic & Career/Technical Education Joan Davis Haynes, Ph.D. Associate Executive Director."— Presentation transcript:
An Overview of Community College Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment in Academic & Career/Technical Education Joan Davis Haynes, Ph.D. Associate Executive Director for Academic and Student Affairs Mississippi Community College Board Shawn Mackey, Ed.D. Associate Executive Director for Workforce, Career & Technical Education Mississippi Community College Board
Todays Goal Provide an overview of dual credit and dual enrollment in academic and career/technical education in Mississippis community/junior colleges Highlight changes made in the 2011 Legislative Session to Mississippi statute
Contact Information Joan Davis Haynes, Ph.D. Associate Executive Director for Academic and Student Affairs Mississippi Community College Board 601-432-6106 email@example.com Shawn C. Mackey, Ed.D. Associate Executive Director for Workforce, Career and Technical Education Mississippi Community College Board 601-432-6351 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mississippi Statute Changes in Mississippi Statute in 2011 –House Bill 1163, Senate Bill 2389 & Senate Bill 2869 –Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended §37-15-37 §37-15-38 §37-15-39 §37-29-1 §37-101-28
Mississippi Statute § 37-101-28 –Repealed by HB 1163 –Previously stated articulation agreement standards § 37-15-38 –Added language to include both IHL and MCCB dual credit/dual enrollment standards –Defined dual credit and dual enrollment
§ 37-15-38 Definitions Establishes dual enrollment program for MDE, IHL and MCCB Eligibility Admission criteria Tuition and cost responsibility Transportation responsibility Program allowances
§ 37-15-38 School district average daily attendance credit High school student transcript transfer requirements Determining factor of prerequisites for courses Ineligible/eligible courses Instructor qualifications
§ 37-15-38 Process for determining articulation of curriculum between high school, university, and community and junior college courses High school Carnegie unit equivalency Course alignment Maximum dual credits allowed Guidance on local agreements
Definitions Dual Enrollment (§37-15-38) –A dual enrolled student is a student who is enrolled in a community or junior college or state institution of higher learning while enrolled in high school.
Definitions Dual Credit (§37-15-38) –A dual credit student is a student who is enrolled in a community or junior college or state institution of higher learning while enrolled in high school and who is receiving high school and college credit for postsecondary coursework.
Academic Maximum Allowable Credits Dual Enrollment – students can earn up to a semester's worth of college credit in high school (semesters worth = 15 college credit hours) Dual Credit – unlimited number of college credits
Academic Eligibility Criteria Recommendation Option 1 Minimum overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale on all high school courses and Successful completion of 14 core high school units and/or junior status and Written recommendation from school principal or guidance counselor
Academic Eligibility Criteria Recommendation Option 2 Minimum overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale on all high school courses and A minimum composite ACT score of 30 or the equivalent SAT score and Written recommendation from school principal or guidance counselor
CTE Eligibility Criteria Recommendation Criteria for eligibility is determined by each college Memorandums of Agreement must be signed with local school districts Must meet the same admission criteria as a traditional students Written recommendation from school principal or guidance counselor
College or University Decides Course pre-requisites Placement Instructor Teaching site Teaching schedule Tuition & fees (sometimes negotiable)
Academic Dual Credit Course Offerings List of 58 courses approved by all 15 community colleges Courses within the academic general education core Courses within the statewide articulation agreement with IHL No developmental education courses
High School Carnegie Unit Equivalency One (1) three-hour college course is equal to one-half (1/2) high school Carnegie unit. A full Carnegie unit may be awarded for a three-hour college course upon approval of the local superintendent. Partial credit agreements may be developed.
Useful Academic Links Statewide Academic Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement http://www.sbcjc.cc.ms.us/Pdfs/Pg/StatewideAcademicD C-DEArticulationAgreement.pdfhttp://www.sbcjc.cc.ms.us/Pdfs/Pg/StatewideAcademicD C-DEArticulationAgreement.pdf Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Community/Junior College Point of Contacts http://www.sbcjc.cc.ms.us/Pdfs/Pg/Cjcpointofcontact.pdf
Useful CTE Links CTE Statewide Articulation Agreement http://www.mccb.edu/pdfs/ct/StatewideArtManua l2010.pdfhttp://www.mccb.edu/pdfs/ct/StatewideArtManua l2010.pdf Community College CTE Directory http://www.mccb.edu/pdfs/ct/cctodadirectory.pdfhttp://www.mccb.edu/pdfs/ct/cctodadirectory.pdf