College In The Schools

2015-16 College in the Schools (CITS) Courses

Students have an opportunity to receive college credit through ISD 709 high school course work. 

● It’s helpful to have readily available Internet access.

● Grades become part of your college transcript - work to earn a “C” or better.

● It’s your responsibility to request that these institutions send a transcript to your college(s) of choice.

 

 

University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD)

High School Student Requirements:

Juniors and seniors must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above or receive enrollment approval from UMD. The college makes the final determination toward college credit.

● Please note: You can drop the class by the end of the tenth week in each semester (UMD semester) and the drop will not show on your record.  You may withdraw until the end of each semester, however, you will receive a “W”on your college transcript, and multiple W’s can impact your academic standing.


High School Course Title

 

High School Course Number

 

College Course Title

 

College Course Number

 

Credits

AP (CITS) Literature and

   Composition Eng. 12

131601-131602

 

Introduction to Literature

 

ENGL 1907

3

CITS College Composition

132000

College Writing

WRIT 1120

3

CITS Spanish Level 5

241701-241702

Intermediate Spanish 1/2

SPAN 1201/1202

4/4

CITS Economics

231800

Economics & Society

ECON 1003

3

CITS Sociology

232200

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 1101

4

AP (CITS) Calculus

181801-181802

Calculus

MATH 1296

5

CITS Strength Training

211200

Weight Training

PE 1616

1

CITS German 5

241251-241252

Intermediate German 1/2

GERM 1201/1202

4/4

 

Lake Superior College (LSC)

High School Student Requirements:

● Juniors must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above or receive enrollment approval from the college. The college makes the final determination toward college credit.

● Seniors must have an overall GPA of 2.5 or above or receive enrollment approval from the college.

● In addition to meeting GPA requirements, a student must take the Accuplacer test .

Scoring requirements:

- Pre-Calculus:  Elementary Algebra score of at least 76 and a College Math score of at least 50.

- CITS Human Anatomy and CITS Marketing II:  Reading score of at least 78.

- CITS Medical Occupations: minimum Reading score of 78.

- CITS Intro to Nursing and CITS marketing II:  no testing requirements.

Please note:  See your High School Counselor about deadlines for dropping or withdrawing from a course and how withdrawing from a course affects your academic progress and potential for future financial aid. Dropping a course may/will affect your Commitment Agreement for CITS courses.  Please read your Commitment Agreement for details.

 

High School

Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

CITS Precalculus

181701-181702

Precalculus

MATH 1150

4

Marketing 2

111701-111702

Principles of Marketing

MKGT 1421

3

Human Anatomy and  

   Physiology

222301-222302

 

Intro to Cell Biology

Human Anatomy

BIOL 1005

BIOL 1150

1

4

Medical Occupations/

   Terminology

151221

Intro to Nursing/Long Term

    Care/Home Health

NUNA 1400/1410

3

Intro to Nursing

151322

 Intro to Allied 

    Health/Medical

ALTH 1400/1410

3

 

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (FDLTCC)

High School Student Requirements:

● Juniors that rank in the upper one-third of their class or score at or above the 70th percentile on a nationally standardized, norm-referenced test or have a 3.0 grade point average

● Seniors who rank in the upper one-half of their class or score at or above the 50th percentile on a nationally standardized, norm-referenced test, or have a 2.5 grade point average.

● In addition to meeting minimum GPA requirements, students must have a minimum Accuplacer score of 70 on the Reading portion.

● For CITS Physics, students must have a minimum Accuplacer score of 61 on the Elementary Algebra portion in addition to the Reading score.   

Please note: You can drop during the first two weeks with no university consequences. After that, you can withdraw up to the 60th day of class.  You will receive a “W” on your college transcript if you have withdrawn after the 60th day and multiple W’s can impact your academic standing.

 

High School Course Title

 

High School Course Number

 

College Course Title

 

College Course Number

 

Credits

CITS American

    Government

231600

 

American Government

 

POLYSCI 1010

 

3

CITS General Psychology

232000

General Psychology

PSYCH 2001

4

Civil and Criminal Law/Intro to the

   Criminal Justice System and 

   Related Careers

232402

 

Seeking Careers in the

   Criminal Justice System

    

LAWE 1005

 

3

CITS Chemistry

222801-222802

General Chemistry

CHEM 1010

5

CITS Physics

223101-223102

Intro to Physics 1

PHYSICS 1001

4

 

Additional Accuplacer Test Information:

   The following ACT scores may take the place of the Accuplacer:

● Reading: 21   ● Writing(Sentence Skills): 18   ● Math: 22

   Re-Test Policy:  A student may re-test once per calendar year. If the student is still below requirement but meets the minimum scores below, he or she may petition to take the appropriate course.

● Reading: 70   ● Sentence Skills: 80   ● College Math: 40


 

Career & Technical Education

College Articulation Agreement Courses

   Career & Technical Education articulated courses provide a seamless educational path for area high school students. Students may receive college credit for courses offered by a secondary school and taught by a secondary teacher if they choose to attend the college involved in the articulation agreement. 


 

Lake Superior College

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Accounting I

111901-111902

Personal Finance

ACCT1500

3

Advanced Computers I

111511-111512

Access

Excel

Word Processing

CIS1510

CIS1515

ADSC1715

2

2

2

Computer Essentials


111400

Computer Essentials

ADSC1711

1

Career Development Internship

251200

Human Relations – The  

   Individual in Career or

   Classroom

Career Exploration

COMM1601

 

 

PSYC1050

1

 

 

2

Automotive Basics:

    Brakes and Engines

Advanced Automotive:     

   Diagnostics and Electrical

171921-171922

 

172021-172022

Auto Electrical Fundamentals

Charging and Starting Systems

Brakes

(NATEF)

ASTE1430


ASTE1500

ASTE2440

3

3

4

 

Automotive Basics: 

   Transmission and Suspension

Advanced Automotive:

   Engines and Performance

   (1 period)

172121-172122

 

172221-172222

Basic Fuel System Service

Basic Engine Drivability

Suspension & Steering Repair

Basic Wheel Alignment

(NATEF)

ASTE1460

ASTE1470


ASTE2400

ASTE2410

2

3

3

2

 

Introduction to Engineering and Design (Formerly Fab Lab)

121200

INMG 1450

INMG 1450

3

Computer Applications

111101/111102

Integrated Office Software

   Applications I

ADSC1430

3

Business and Personal Finance

110000

Personal Finance

ACCT1500

3

CAD for Engineering

170001

Solidworks I

CADE 1407 or CADE 1468

3

 

Art Institutes International (Minnesota)

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Introduction to Foods

161220

Culinary Concepts in Theory

CU1210

2

Classical Line Cooking

161320

Fundamentals of Classical Techniques

CU1610

6

Classical Cooking

161420

Sanitation and Safety

(Must pass Serv/Safe Certification)

CU1471

4

 

Central Lakes College

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Plant Science – Greenhouse

221620

Elective-Horticulture

N/A

1

Landscape Horticulture

221822

Elective-Horticulture

N/A

2

 

Hennepin Technical College and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (WITC)

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Early Childhood and

   Education Professions

201521-201522

Intro to Early Childhood Education

Childcare as a Profession

WITC:  307-105

HTC:  CHO1000

2

2

 

Mesabi Range College

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Graphic Arts/Digital

   Design 1, 2, 3

102201-102202

102301-102302

102401-102402

Graphic Design and Print  Communications

   (for all 3 Graphic Arts Courses)

GRAP1235

4

 

Vermillion Community  College

 

High School Course Title

High School Course Number

College Course Title

College Course Number

Credits

Forestry, Fish and

   Wildlife

221420

General Forestry 3

Principles of Wildlife Management 3

Introduction to Natural Resources

NRT1212

NRT1226

NRT1265

3

3

3

 


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