Credit Articulations

SPCC offers two options to students who may choose to request curriculum credit for either;

1) Having enrolled in and completed certain noncredit courses (Non-Credit to Credit) or
2) Having earned certain, currently valid industry certifications (Credential to Credit).

Non-Credit to Credit

This option allows students who have enrolled in and completed one of the continuing education courses listed below to request and receive the equivalent curriculum course credit on their SPCC transcript.

Process: Students that are in an active program of study may complete the Non-Credit to Credit Etrieve form.

Non-Credit CourseCredit Course
AHR 3123BAHR 110 Introduction to Refrigeration
AHR 3131CAHR 111 HVACR Electricity
AHR 3131AAHR 112 Heating Technology
AHR 3131BAHR 113 Comfort Cooling
AHR 3131GAHR 211 Residential System Design
AHR 3131JAHR 125 HVACR Electronics
AHR 3131KAHR 213 HVACR Building Code
AUT 3109ACAUB 111 Painting & Refinishing I
AUT 3109CAUB 121 Non-Structural Damage
AUT 3109ITRN 180 Basic Welding for Transportation
AUT 3109UAUB 162 Auto body Estimating
AUT 3137AAUT 116 Engine Repair
AUT 3137FAUT 116A Engine Repair Lab
AUT 3137CAUT 141 Suspension & Steering Systems
AUT 3137DAUT 151 Brake Systems
AUT 3137ETRN 110 Introduction to Transport Tech
AUT 3137BTRN 140 Transportation Climate Control
CCT 3110ACCT 110 Intro to Cyber Crime
CET 3100BCTS 120 Hardware/Software Support
CET 3100CCTI 115 Computer Systems Foundation
CIS 3100AOST 131 Keyboarding
CJC 5001CCT 121 Computer Crime Investigation
CSC 3110MCSC 134 C++ Programming
CSC 3118ACSC 118 Swift Programming I
CSC 3218ACSC 218 Swift Programming II
ELC 3100AELC 118 National Electrical Code
ELC 3119AELC 113 Residential Wiring
ELC 3119FELC 115 Industrial Wiring
HYD 3607AHYD 110 Hydraulics/Pneumatics I
ISC 3138EELC 128 Introduction to PLC
MED 3300MOST 247 Procedure Coding, OST 248 Diagnostic Coding, OST 249 Medical Coding Certification Prep
MNT 3065LELC 117 Motors and Controls
NET 3100ACTI 120 Network & Sec Foundation
SEC 3100ASEC 110 Security Concepts
SGR 3100DDME 110 Intro to Digital Media
SGR 3100EDME 115 Graphic Design Tools
SGR 3100FDME 120 Intro to Multimedia Applications
WLD 3106AAWLD 110 Cutting Processes
WLD 3106ABWLD 115 SMAW (Stick) Plate
WLD 3106ACWLD 131 GTAW (TIG) Plate
WLD 3106ADWLD 141 Symbols & Specifications

Credential to Credit

This option provides a mechanism for students who have certain, currently valid industry certifications to request and receive the equivalent curriculum course credit on their SPCC transcript.

Credential to credit articulation is an option for students who have one or more of the following, currently valid industry certifications.

Process: Students that are in an active program of study and a currently valid industry official certification may complete the Credential to Credit Etrieve form.

Ethical HackingCCT 250 Network Vulnerabilities I
MOS: Microsoft Office Word/Excel/PowerPoint 2016 Core or MOS: Microsoft Office Word/Excel/PowerPoint 2013CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET)
Accredited by the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the NC Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission
CJC 131 Criminal Law
CJC 132 Court Procedure & Evidence
CJC 221 Investigative Principles
CJC 231 Constitutional Law
CompTIA (IT Fundamentals ITF+)CTI 115 Computer Systems Foundation
CompTIA A+CTS 120 Hardware/Software Support
MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013CTS 125 Presentation Graphics
MOS: Microsoft Office Excel 2013CTS 130 Spreadsheet
ServSafe Food Protection ManagerCUL 110 Sanitation & Safety
AutoDesk AutoCAD Certified UserDFT 151 CAD I
AutoDesk AutoCAD Certified ProfessionalDFT 152 CAD II
Certified SOLIDWORKS AssociateDFT 154 Intro Solid Modeling
NCCER Electrical Level I CertificateELC 113 Residential Wiring
EMT-BasicEMS 110 EMT
EMT-ParamedicEMS 122 EMS Clinical Practicum I
EMS 130 Pharmacology
EMS 131 Advanced Airway Management
EMS 221 EMS Clinical Practicum II
EMS 231 EMS Clinical Practicum III
EMS 241 EMS Clinical Practicum IV
EMS 250 Medical Emergencies
EMT-Paramedic & ACLSEMS 160 Cardiology I
EMS 220 Cardiology II
EMT-Paramedic & PALSEMS 240 Patients With Special Challenges
EMS 270 Life Span Emergencies
EMT-Paramedic & ITLS or PHTLSEMS 260 Trauma Emergencies
MSSC Certified Production Technician (Safety)ISC 112 Industrial Safety
NIMS Measurement, Materials & Safety,
NIMS Job Planning, Bench work & Layout,
NIMS Drill, Press Skills Level I,
NIMS Manual Milling Skills I, and
NIMS Turning Operations: Turning Between Centers
MAC 111 Machining Technology I
NIMS Manual Milling Skills II,
NIMS Turning II,
NIMS Drill Press Skills II, and
NIMS Grinding Skills II
MAC 112 Machining Technology II
NIMS Machining Level IIIMAC 113 Machining Technology III
NIMS CNC Turning Level I or
NIMS CNC Milling Level I
MAC 121 Introduction to CNC
NIMS CNC Turning Level s I and IIMAC 122 CNC Turning
NIMS CNC Milling Level s I and IIMAC 124 CNC Milling
NIMS EDM Wire and NIMS EDM PlungeMAC 226 CNC EDM Machining
NIMS Stamping Level IIMAC 243 Die Making I
CompTIA Network+NET 125 Networking Basics
CompTIA Linux+NOS 120 Linux/UNIX Single User
MCTS Windows 7NOS 130 Windows Single User
MOS: Microsoft Office Word 2013OST 136 Word Processing  and
OST 236 Adv Word/Information Processing
CompTIA Security +SEC 110 Security Concepts
Sonographic Physics and Instrumentation (SPI) (ARDMS)SON 111 or SON 111AB and SON-111BB Sonographic Physics
ARDMS Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) or ARRT Registered Technologist Vascular (RT(V)
+ 6 months fulltime as a vascular technologist for CVS courses
SON 250 Vascular Sonography
SON 273 Advanced Vascular Sonography
CVS 162 CVS Clinical Ed III
CVS 260 CVS Clinical Ed IV
CVS 261 CVS Clinical Ed V
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