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non-credit courses are delivered utilizing the same competencies as an existing
college-level course, and the competencies have been met, it may be granted
that course number.
topic courses with institutional course numbering may be utilized to identify
courses to be converted from non-credit to college-level credit.
3.3. The Certificate in Technical Studies,
Board of Governors AAS Degree, AAS in Technical Studies, AAS in Individualized
Studies or other existing degree programs may be utilized to grant
college-level credit for non-credit activity by applying the procedures and
guidelines of those programs.
Competency levels of appropriate non-credit courses may be compared to required
general education course competencies to determine academic credit to be
awarded through an assessment appropriate for the discipline as determine by
the chief academic officer of the community and technical college or
3.5. The actual awarding
of college equivalent credit is made by the chief academic officer of the
community and technical college or designee.