Advanced standing courses are taught by high school teachers using high school curriculum determined to be a close match to an NWTC course. A student must earn a “B” or better to receive advanced standing. Advanced standing courses may earn a student the opportunity to skip an introductory level course in their program and advance to the next level. Advanced Standing agreements can be transferrable to other schools within the Wisconsin Technical College System. It is up to the receiving institution on how they take in NWTC credits. Advanced Standing Agreements are seldom accepted outside the Wisconsin Technical College System.
Transcribed Credit courses are taught by high school teachers with Wisconsin Technical College System certification. NWTC curriculum and assessment methods are used. A student must earn a “C” or better to receive transcribed credit. The grade a student receives in a transcribed course becomes part of the student’s official college record here at NWTC. Transcribed credit agreements can be transferable to other Wisconsin technical colleges and may transfer to four-year universities. It is up to the receiving institution on how they take in NWTC credits.
Contact Wendy Challis at 1-800-422-6982 EXT. 2600
2017-2018 Academic Year