Career Education (CE) and High School Articulation: Earn College Credit for High School Courses

When a High School CE Articulation Agreement exists, you may be able to take a CE course at your high school and also obtain college credit for the comparable course at Sacramento City College (SCC).

Benefits of Articulated High School CE Courses

  • Earn your college degree in less time
  • Eliminate duplication of coursework between high school and college
  • Save money - concurrently enrolled students don’t pay tuition
  • Experience the college environment
  • Explore career fields before starting college

For more information about SCC's High School Articulation Program, please contact:
SCC CTE Transitions Coordinator, Miela Zitelli: (916) 558-2191 or ZitellM@scc.losrios.edu.

Articulation Agreements

Grouped by district: DJUSD | EGUSD | LUSDSCUSD | SJUSD | WUSDCharter Schools

Davis Joint Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with Davis Joint Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
Davis Senior HS Cyber Security: ICT Essentials 1 761600 CISC 360: Information Communication Technology Essentials (A+) 4 units CSUS
  • A.S. Information Processing
  • Cert. Info Processing Specialist
  • A.S. Info Systems Security
  • Cert. PC Support
No
Internet Engineering 1 187200 (CISCO) CISN 340: CISCO Networking Academy (CCNA): Data Communication and Networking 3.5 units CSUS
  • Cert. Information Systems Security
  • A.S. & Cert. Network Admin
  • A.S. & Cert. Network Design
Sacramento City College GE Area II (b) Area II (b): Communication & Analytical Thinking
Internet Engineering 2 187400 CISN 341: CISCO Networking Academy (CCNA): Networking Theory and Routing Technologies 3.5 units CSUS
  • A.S. Information Systems Security
  • A.S. & Cert. Network Administration
  • A.S. & Cert. Network Design
Sacramento City College GE Area II (b) Area II (b): Communication & Analytical Thinking

Elk Grove Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with Elk Grove Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
Florin HS Advanced Auto & Music Production 12129 MUSM 342 Recording Studio Techniques I 3 units CSUS Area C1: Arts
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Audio Production
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Performance Emphasis
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Songwriting/Arranging Emphasis
No
Laguna Creek HS Fashion II – Fashion & Textile Design 12535 FASHN 301: Fundamentals of Apparel Construction 3 units CSUS PREQ for several courses in A.S. Applied Apparel Studies Production & for one course in Cert. Applied Apparel Studies Construction No
Valley HS Applied Public Health 12409 AH 101: Introduction to Community Health Work 1.5 units None
  • Cert. Community Health Care Worker
No

Lodi Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with Lodi Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
Lincoln Tech Dental Assistant CTE CBED 4234 DHYG 100: Intro to Dental Hygiene.5 unit None
  • PREQ for A.S. Dental Hygiene
No

Sacramento City Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with Sacramento City Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions Foundations for Success YSL100-YSL101 HCD 110: Building Foundations for Success 3 units None None Sacramento City College GE Area III (b) Area III (b): Life Development Skills
Hiram Johnson HS Law and Equity SLS005-6 & SLS007-8 ADMJ 300: Introduction to Administration of Justice 3 units CSUSUniversity of California
  • A.S. Administration of Justice
  • A.S.-T Administration of Justice for Transfer
No
J.F. Kennedy HS Law and Equity SLS005-6 & SLS007-8 ADMJ 300: Introduction to Administration of Justice 3 units CSUSUniversity of California
  • A.S. Administration of Justice
  • A.S.-T Administration of Justice for Transfer
No
Principles of Manufacturing Engineering CLD 111 – CLD 112 EDT 315: CAD-SolidWorks 3 units None
  • Will be added to the EDT degree
No
McClatchy HS Law and Equity SLS005-6 & SLS007-8 ADMJ 300: Introduction to Administration of Justice 3 units CSUSUniversity of California
  • A.S. Administration of Justice
  • A.S.-T Administration of Justice for Transfer
No
Sac New Tech Advanced Computer Science: 1P/2P CKC 331 – CKC 332 CISP 301: Algorithm Design & Implementation 4 units CSUS
  • A.S. & Cert. Computer Science
  • Cert. Front – End Web Developer
  • Suggested Elective – A.S. Information Processing
  • A.S. & Cert. Management Information Science
  • Cert. Programming
  • A.S. & Cert. Web Developer
Sacramento City College GE Area II (b) Area II (b): Communication & Analytical Thinking
Computer Science: Video Game Design/Programming CKC 221 / CKC 222 GAME 301: Video Game Design 3 units CSUS
  • Cert. Game Design
  • A.S. & Cert. Graphic Communication
No
Exploring Computer Science/Programming CKC111-CKC112 CISC 310: Introduction to Computer Science 3 units CSUSUniversity of California
  • Cert. Business Information Worker
  • A.S. & Cert. Computer Science
  • Cert. Front – End Web Developer
  • A.S. Information Processing
  • Cert. Information Processing Specialist
  • A.S. & Cert. Information Processing Technician
  • A.S. & Cert. Management Information Science
  • A.S. & Cert. Network Administration
  • Cert. PC Support
  • A.S. &Cert. Web Developer
  • Cert. Web Production Specialist
Sacramento City College GE Area II (b) Area II (b): Communication & Analytical Thinking

San Juan Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with San Juan Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
Encina HS Dental Services 390637,39014 DHYG 100: Intro to Dental Hygiene .5 unit None
  • PREQ for A.S. Dental Hygiene
No

Washington Unified School District

Articulation Agreements with Washington Unified School District
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
River City HS Building Foundations for Success YSL100-YSL101 HCD 110: Building Foundations for Success 3 units None None Sacramento City College GE Area III (b) Area III (b): Life Development Skills

Charter Schools

Articulation Agreements with Charter Schools
High School High School Course SCC Credit Eligible Course Transfer Credit Meets A.S./A.A. or Certificate requirements Meets SCC Gen Ed requirement
SAVA Photo 1 & Photo 2 VYP6X1 & VYP6X2 PHOTO 302: Beginning Digital Photography 3 units CSUSUniversity of California
  • A.A. Photography
  • Cert. Photography
  • Cert. Comm. & Magazine Photography
  • Cert. Portrait & Wedding Photography
Sacramento City College GE Area l: Humanities Area l: Humanities
Recording Studio Techniques CDR84Y MUSM 342:
Recording Studio Techniques 3 units
CSUS Area C1: Arts
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Audio Production
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Performance Emphasis
  • A.S. & Cert. Commercial Music, Songwriting/Arranging Emphasis

Resources for High Schools Seeking Articulation Agreements

High School Articulation Process

  1. Initiate communication between the high school and college. Contact the SCC CE Transitions Coordinator, Miela Zitelli, for assistance determining course eligibility for articulation.
  2. The SCC CE Transitions Coordinator will send the request to draft an articulation agreement to the following:
    • SCC Faculty Member
    • SCC Department Chair
    • SCC Department Deans
    • SCC Articulation Officer
  3. The SCC Articulation Officer, after consulting with the relevant department, will send the high school instructor the SCC approved course outline and inform the SCC instructional dean, department chair, relevant faculty and the SCC CE Transitions Coordinator.
  4. The high school/ROP teacher and SCC college faculty collaborate and compare the SCC official course outline and high school district course outline and competencies to determine if completion of the high school/ROP course with an A or B adequately measures mastery of SCC course content. The high school course must closely approximate the college’s in curriculum, course content, student learning outcomes, textbooks, and assessments. A visit to the high school classroom may be advisable.
    SCC discipline faculty are ultimately responsible for ensuring the integrity of SCC curriculum.
  5. The SCC faculty member signing the agreement provides the high school instructor with the final exam or assessment; alternately, the SCC faculty member approves the final exam or assessment developed by the high school instructor.
  6. The high school teacher and SCC faculty member will work together to complete the High School Course Articulation Agreement form, and it must be signed by the high school teacher and administrator. Submit completed forms to the CE Transitions Coordinator as a packet:
    • Current high school district CTE Course Outline/Course of Study with district code numbers and date of approval or date of approved revisions
      Note: Where applicable, SCC will accept the UC Doorways approved a-g curriculum in lieu of the high school CTE course of study
    • Copy of SCC-approved high school final exam or assessment
    • SCC Course of Record for the comparable course (provided at SCC)
    • Completed High School Course Articulation Agreement
  7. Documents should be mailed to:
    Sacramento City College
    CE Transitions Coordinator
    Mailbox: SOG 205
    3835 Freeport Blvd
    Sacramento, CA 95822
  8. The articulation packet will be reviewed and the High School Course Articulation Agreement will be forwarded for signature at SCC.
    Once approved by the Curriculum Committee, the CE Transitions Coordinator will notify the high school and all interested parties. A copy will be sent to the high school, the agreement will be posted to the California Statewide Career Pathways website, and the SCC website will be updated to reflect the approved and active articulation agreements.
  9. The articulation agreement is valid for two academic years from the semester in which it takes effect, unless the course of study or course of record changes. The college or high school can request a course review at any time or cancel the agreement should courses no longer be aligned. It is the responsibility of both instructors to notify one another of any relevant changes.

High School Articulation Forms

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Looking for articulation information for transferring to a four-year college? Please visit our Transfer Articulation page.