Career and College Promise Enrollment Form
Student’s Printed Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________________________City: _______________________ State: _______
Date:
Unweighted
___ __________________ GPA:
Current
Grade:
____________
Anticipated Completion of High School
Requirements (Month/Year): __________ __________
School: _____ HHS _____ NBHS _____ WCHS _____ Private-School _____ Home-School _____ Non-
Regional School
Private/Home/Non-Regional School (Name): _____________________________________________________________________
City/School Phone Number
REQUESTED COURSE SELECTIONS
Requested Craven Community College Pathway (see attached)
and Course(s) : _____________________________________________________________________________________________
I. REQUESTED SEMESTER FOR CLASSES
Fall _____
year
(August-December) Spring_____
year
(January- May)
Summer_____
year
(May-August)
II. SIGNATURES
Counselor’s Signature: ________________________________________________________________ Date: _______________
Career Development Coordinator (CTE Pathways/Courses Only): ____________________________________________________
Principal’s Signature: ________________________________________________________________ Date: _______________
CCC Designee’s Signature: ___________________________________________________________ Date: _______________
COURSE-WORK APPROVAL and COLLEGE SCHEDULE APPROVAL
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF STUDENT INFORMATION
All Parties approve the courses/schedule/information noted above.
Parents/Guardians AND Students give college and school staff permission to release the student’s educational records and information
to parent(s)/guardian(s) and appropriate school and college staff while this student is enrolled in the Career and College Promise
Program at Craven Community College and the Craven County Schools. *Students are not allowed to repeat a course in the same
semester. *CCP courses are tuition free, however, expenses related to textbooks, access fees, and class materials are
required to be covered out-of-pocket.
Parent/Guardian’s Name (Printed) ________________________Parent/Guardian’s Signature_____________ Date: ________
Student’s Signature: _________________________________________________________ Date: _______________
Family’s Current Phone Number: _______________________/E-Mail Address: _______________________________
Student’s Current Phone Number: ______________________/E-Mail Address: _______________________________
Students are provided with CCC E-Mail
Accounts. These accounts will serve as the
source for all official correspondence.
OPTION I
Requirements for College Transfer Pathway for Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Engineering,
Associate in Nursing, or Associate in Fine Arts/Visual Arts
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
Complete the Craven Community College admission application at www.cravencc.edu
Is a high school junior or senior. Rising Juniors--See note at the bottom of this page.
Is making progress toward high school graduation (Attach official high school transcript).
Has a unweighted, cumulative GPA of 2.8 on high school courses.
OR
Demonstrates college readiness on an approved assessment or placement test in all domains (English, reading,
and math).
OR
OPTION II
Requirements for Career-Technical Education Pathway for Juniors and Seniors
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
Complete the Craven Community College admission application at www.cravencc.edu
Is a high school junior or senior. Rising Juniors--See note at the bottom of this page.
Is making progress toward high school graduation. (Attach official high school transcript).
Has received career pathway information outlining program requirements for completing the certificate or diploma.
Meets the prerequisites for the courses in the career pathway.
Has a unweighted GPA of 2.8 on high school courses or a waiver from the high school principal as indicated by the
principal’s signature on the enrollment form for required minimum GPA of 2.0 or above to participate in CTE.
OR
Demonstrates college readiness on an approved assessment or placement test in all domains (English, reading,
and math).
OPTION III
Requirements for Career-Technical Education Pathway for Freshmen and Sophomores
For freshmen and sophomores, pathways listed on pages 8 and 9 are limited to those indicated by asterisks (***).
_____ Complete the Craven Community College admission application at www.cravencc.edu
Freshmen
_____
_____
_____
_____
Is a high school freshman.
Has passed Math I with a grade of “C” or better.
Has scored a 3, 4 or 5 on the EOC for Math I.
Has scored a 3, 4, or 5 on 8
th
Grade ELA
Assessment.
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
Sophomores
_____
_____
_____
_____
Is a high school sophomore.
Has passed Math I with a grade of “C” or better.
Has scored a 3, 4, or 5 on the EOC for Math I.
Has scored 3, 4, or 5 on 8
th
Grade ELA Assessment.
Has the recommendation of the high school principal as indicated by the principal’s signature.
Meets the college-ready reading score of 16 of the 8
th
grade Explore test.
Has received career pathway information outlining program requirements for completing the certificate or diploma.
Meets the prerequisites for the courses in the career pathway.
Is making progress toward high school graduation (Attach official high school transcript).
ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER TERM. Because the Craven CC summer term begins before the high school year ends,
students wishing to enroll in the summer term following their sophomore year must submit the “Summer Semester
Enrollment Approval Formas part of their CCP application or participate in the late start summer session. This
form, completed by their LEA official, documents that the student will qualify for junior status. Additionally,
students have the opportunity to take courses during the summer term following their senior year if they have not
graduated from high school before the Craven summer term begins.
Career & College Promise College Transfer Pathways
Pathway for Associate in Arts ( P1012C)
General Education (32-41 SHC)
English Composition (6 SCH)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry (3 SHC)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciples (3 SHC)
Communications/Humanities/Fine Arts (9 SHC)
Select three courses from the following in at least two different disciplines:
Communications
COM 231 Public Speaking (3 SHC)
Humanities/Fine Arts
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 SHC)
ART 114 Art History Survey I (3 SHC)
ART 115 Art History Survey II (3 SHC)
ENG 231 American Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 232 American Literature II (3 SHC)
ENG 241 British Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 242 British Literature II (3 SHC)
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (3 SHC)
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz (3 SHC)
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues (3 SHC)
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics (3 SHC)
Social/Behavioral Science (9 SHC)
Select three courses from the following in at least two different disciplines:
ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics (3 SHC)
ECO 252 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 SHC)
HIS 111 World Civilization I (3 SHC)
HIS 112 World Civilization II (3 SHC)
HIS 131 American History I (3 SHC)
HIS 132 American History II (3 SHC)
POL 120 American Government (3 SHC)
PSY 150 General Psychology I (3 SHC)
SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology (3 SHC)
Math (3-4 SHC)
Select one course from the following:
MAT 143 Quantitative Literacy (3 SHC)
MAT 152 Statistical Methods I (4 SHC)
MAT 171 Pre-calculus Algebra (4 SHC)
Natural Sciences (4 SHC)
Select one course with lab from the following:
AST 111 Descriptive Astronomy & AST 111A LAB (4 SHC)
BIO 110 Principles of Biology ( 4 SHC)
BIO 111 General Biology I (4 SHC)
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4 SHC)
GEL 111 Introductory Geology (4 SHC)
PHY 110 Conceptual Physics & PHY 110A LAB (4 SHC)
Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122 College Transfer Success (1 SHC)
Additional Hours (0-8 SHC)
Up to 8 SHC of a single foreign language with lab from the following:
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I & SPA 181 Spanish Lab I (4 SHC)
SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II & SPA 182 Spanish Lab II (4 SHC)
NOTE for both the AA and AS pathways: Receiving universities
will determine whether Additional Hour courses will count as general
education, pre-major, or elective credit.
Pathway for Associate in Science (P1042C)
General Education (35-43 SHC)
English Composition (6 SCH)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry (3 SHC)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciples (3 SHC)
Communications/Humanities/Fine Arts (6 SHC)
Select two courses from the following in at least two different disciplines:
Communications
COM 231 Public Speaking (3 SHC)
Humanities/Fine Arts
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 SHC)
ART 114 Art History Survey I (3 SHC)
ART 115 Art History Survey II (3 SHC)
ENG 231 American Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 232 American Literature II (3 SHC)
ENG 241 British Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 242 British Literature II (3 SHC)
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (3 SHC)
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz (3 SHC)
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues (3 SHC)
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics (3 SHC)
Social/Behavioral Science (6 SHC)
Select two courses from the following in at least two different disciplines:
ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics (3 SHC)
ECO 252 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 SHC)
HIS 111 World Civilization I (3 SHC)
HIS 112 World Civilization II (3 SHC)
HIS 131 American History I (3 SHC)
HIS 132 American History II (3 SHC)
POL 120 American Government (3 SHC)
PSY 150 General Psychology I (3 SHC)
SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology (3 SHC)
Math (8 SHC)
Select two courses from the following:
MAT 171 Pre-calculus Algebra (4 SHC)
MAT 172 Pre-calculus Trigonometry (4 SHC)
MAT 263 Brief Calculus (4 SHC)
MAT 271 Calculus I (4 SHC)*
MAT 272 Calculus II (4 SHC)
*NOTE: See criteria on the last page for direct placement into MAT 271.
Natural Sciences (8 SHC)
Select 8 SHC from the following:
BIO 110 Principles of Biology (4 SHC)
BIO 111 General Biology I &
BIO 112 General Biology II (8 SHC)
CHM 151 General Chemistry I &
CHM 152 General Chemistry II (8 SHC)
GEL 111 Introductory Geology (4 SHC)
PHY 110 Conceptual Physics & PHY 110A LAB (4 SHC)
PHY 251 General Physics I &
PHY 252 General Physics II (8 SHC)
NOTE: Students planning AS or BS degrees are advised to select sequence
courses in the same discipline, grouped here as 8 SHC
Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122 College Transfer Success (1 SHC)
Additional Hours (0-8 SHC)
Up to 8 SHC of a single foreign language with lab from the following:
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I & SPA 181 Spanish Lab I (4 SHC)
SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II & SPA 182 Spanish Lab II (4 SHC)
Career & College Promise College Transfer Pathway
Pathway for Associate in Engineering (P1052C)
Total SHC 34-50 hours
General Education (28 SHC)
English Composition (6 SCH)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry (3 SHC)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciples (3 SHC)
Communications/Humanities/Fine Arts (3 SHC)
Select one course from the following:
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 SHC)
ART 114 Art History Survey I (3 SHC)
ART 115 Art History Survey II (3 SHC)
COM 231 Public Speaking (3 SHC)
ENG 231 American Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 232 American Literature II (3 SHC)
ENG 241 British Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 242 British Literature II (3 SHC)
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (3 SHC)
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz (3 SHC)
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues (3 SHC)
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics (3 SHC)
Social/Behavioral Science (3 SHC)
The following course is required:
ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics (3 SHC)
Math (8 SHC)
The following courses are required:
MAT 271 Calculus I (4 SHC)
MAT 272 Calculus II (4 SHC)
Calculus I is the lowest level math course that will be accepted by the
engineering programs for transfer as a math credit. Students who are not
calculus-ready will need to take additional math courses. See Prerequisite
General Education Hours below.
Natural Sciences (8 SHC)
Select 8 SHC from the following courses:
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4 SHC)
PHY 251 General Physics I (4 SHC)
PHY 252 General Physics II (4 SHC)
Prerequisite General Education Hours (0-8 SHC)
MAT 171 Pre-Calculus Algebra (4 SHC)
MAT 172 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry (4 SHC)
Students who do not place directly into MAT 271 must complete
MAT 171 (4 SHC) and MAT 172 (4 SHC) prior to enrolling
in MAT 271: Calculus I.
See Criteria for Direct Placement into MAT 271 in the right column.
Other Required Hours (6 SHC)
Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122 College Transfer Success (1 SHC)
Engineering (5 SHC)
The following two courses are required.
EGR 150 Introduction to Engineering (2 SHC)
DFT 170 Engineering Graphics (3 SHC)
Optional General Education Hours (0-8 SHC)
Up to 8 SHC of a single foreign language with lab from the following:
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I &
SPA 181 Spanish Lab I (4 SHC)
SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II &
SPA 182 Spanish Lab II (4 SHC)
NOTE: Receiving universities will determine whether Optional
Hour courses will count as general education, pre-major, or
elective credit.
Criteria for Direct Placement into MAT 271: Calculus I
A student may place directly into MAT 271 if the student has met at least
one (1) of the following criteria within the past five (5) years:
A score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB Exam.
A grade of C or higher in an AP Calculus course and an
unweighted HS GPA of 3.0 or higher.
A score of 90 or higher on the ACCUPLACER College-Level
Math (CLM) test.
A score of 46 or higher on the trigonometry section of the ACT
Compass Math Placement Test.
A score of 580 or higher on the SAT Math and a grade of C or
higher in the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Pre-
Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 27 or higher on the ACT Math and a grade of C or
higher in the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Pre-
Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 560 or higher on the SAT Subject Test in
Mathematics Level 2.
Source: North Carolina Community College System CCP/RISE/CCRG
Policy, January 2019
Career & College Promise College Transfer Pathway
Pathway for Associate Degree Nursing ADN (P1032C)
Total SHC 24 hours
General Education (23 SHC)
English Composition (3 SCH)
The following English composition course is required.
ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry (3 SHC)
Select one course from the following (3 SHC)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciples (3 SHC)
ENG 114 Prof Research & Reporting (3 SHC)
Humanities/Fine Arts (3 SHC)
Select one course from the following:
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 SHC)
ART 114 Art History Survey I (3 SHC)
ART 115 Art History Survey II (3 SHC)
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (3 SHC)
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz (3 SHC)
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues (3 SHC)
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics (3 SHC)
HUM 115 Critical Thinking (3 SHC)
Social/Behavioral Science (6 SHC)
The following courses are required:
PSY 150 General Psychology (3 SHC)
PSY 241 Developmental Psychology (3 SHC)
Natural Sciences (8 SHC)
Select 8 SHC from the following courses:
BIO 168 Anatomy & Physiology I (4 SHC)
BIO 169 Anatomy & Physiology II (4 SHC)
Other Required Hours (1 SHC)
Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122 College Transfer Success (1 SHC)
*High school students in the CCP Associate Degree Nursing Pathway
to the Associate in General Education Nursing (A1030N) program
must complete the entire pathway before taking additional courses in
the Associate in General Education Nursing (A1030N) program
Career & College Promise College Transfer Pathway
Pathway for Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts (P1062C)
Total SHC 32-41 hours
General Education (25-26 SHC)
English Composition (6 SHC)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry (3 SHC)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciples (3 SHC)
Communications/Humanities/Fine Arts (6 SHC)
Select two courses from two different disciplines:
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 SHC)
COM 231 Public Speaking (3 SHC)
ENG 231 American Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 232 American Literature II (3 SHC)
ENG 241 British Literature I (3 SHC)
ENG 242 British Literature II (3 SHC)
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (3 SHC)
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz (3 SHC)
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues (3 SHC)
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics (3 SHC)
Social/Behavioral Science (6 SHC)
Select two courses from the following in two different disciplines:
ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics (3 SHC)
ECO 252 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 SHC)
HIS 111 World Civilization I (3 SHC)
HIS 112 World Civilization II (3 SHC)
HIS 131 American History I (3 SHC)
HIS 132 American History II (3 SHC)
POL 120 American Government (3 SHC)
PSY 150 General Psychology I (3 SHC)
SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology (3 SHC)
Math (3-4 SHC)
Select one course from the following:
MAT 143 Quantitative Literacy (3 SHC)
MAT 152 Statistical Methods I (4 SHC)
MAT 171 Pre-calculus Algebra (4 SHC)
MAT 271 Calculus I (4 SHC)
MAT 272 Calculus II (4 SHC)
Natural Sciences (4 SHC)
Select 4 SHC from the following courses:
AST 111 Descriptive Astronomy & AST 111A LAB (4 SHC)
BIO 110 Principles of Biology ( 4 SHC)
BIO 111 General Biology I (4 SHC)
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4 SHC)
GEL 111 Introductory Geology (4 SHC)
PHY 110 Conceptual Physics & PHY 110A LAB (4 SHC)
Students who do not place directly into MAT 271 must complete
MAT 171 (4 SHC) and MAT 172 (4 SHC) prior to enrolling
in MAT 271: Calculus I.
See Criteria for Direct Placement into MAT 271 in the right column.
Other Required Hours (7 SHC)
Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122 College Transfer Success (1 SHC)
Art (6 SHC)
The following two courses are required.
ART 121 Two-Dimensional Design (3 SHC)
ART 131 Drawing I (3 SHC)
Optional General Education Hours (0-8 SHC)
Up to 8 SHC of a single foreign language with lab from the following:
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I &
SPA 181 Spanish Lab I (4 SHC)
SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II &
SPA 182 Spanish Lab II (4 SHC)
NOTE: Receiving universities will determine whether Optional
Hour courses will count as general education, pre-major, or
elective credit.
Criteria for Direct Placement into MAT 271: Calculus I
A student may place directly into MAT 271 if the student has met at least
one (1) of the following criteria within the past five (5) years:
A score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB Exam.
A grade of C or higher in an AP Calculus course and an
unweighted HS GPA of 3.0 or higher.
A score of 90 or higher on the ACCUPLACER College-Level
Math (CLM) test.
A score of 46 or higher on the trigonometry section of the ACT
Compass Math Placement Test.
A score of 580 or higher on the SAT Math and a grade of C or
higher in the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Pre-
Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 27 or higher on the ACT Math and a grade of C or
higher in the North Carolina Standard Course of Study Pre-
Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 560 or higher on the SAT Subject Test in
Mathematics Level 2.
Source: North Carolina Community College System CCP/RISE/CCRG
Policy, January 2019
OPTION II - Career-Technical Education Pathways (ALL) OR
OPTION III - Career-Technical Education Pathways for Freshmen and Sophomores ***
To be completed by an approved high school official
(PLEASE SELECT ONE)
____Accounting: Small Business Accounting
(C25800HA)
ACC 120 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC 131 Federal Income Taxes
ACC 150 Accounting Software Applications
BUS 115 Business Law I
BUS 139 Entrepreneurship
CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy
____ Automotive: Electrical/Electronics (C60160HB) ***
AUT 163 Advanced Auto Electricity
AUT 163A-Advanced Auto Electricity Lab
AUT 181 Engine Performance I
AUT 181A Engine Performance I Lab
TRN 110 Intro to Transport Tech
TRN 120 Basic Transport Electricity
____ Automotive: Undercar (C60160HC) ***
AUT 141 Suspension & Steering
AUT 141A Suspension & Steering Lab
AUT 151 Brake Systems
AUT 151A Brake Systems Lab
AUT 181 Engine Performance I
AUT 181A- Engine Performance I Lab
TRN 110 Intro to Transport Tech
____ Business Administration: Customer Service
(C25120HF)
BUS 110 Introduction to Business
BUS 115 Business Law I
BUS 137 Principles of Management
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
MKT 120 Principles of Marketing
MKT 223 Customer Service
____ Business Administration: Transfer Prep
(C25120HH)
ACC 120 Principle of Financial Acct
ACC 121 Principles of Managerial Accounting
BUS 115 Business Law I
BUS 137 Principles of Management
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
____ Computer Aided-Drafting: Intro to CAD
(C50150HA)
BPR 111 Blueprint Reading
DFT 121 Intro to GD&T
DFT 151 CAD I
DFT 152 CAD II
DFT 153 CAD III
DFT 154-Introduction to Solid Modeling
____ Industrial Systems Technology: (C50240HA)
ELC 117 Motors & Controls
ELC 131 Circuit Analysis
HYD 110 Hydraulics/Pneumatics I
MAC 121 Introduction to CNC
MEC 111 Machine Processes I
WLD 112Basic Welding Processes
____ Computer-Integrated Machining Technology-
Basic Machinist (C50210HA) ***
MAC 111 Machine Technology
MAC 121 Introduction to CNC
MAC 122 CNC Turning
MAC 124 CNC Milling
BPR 111 Blueprint Reading
____ Criminal Justice: BLET Transfer Prep
(C55180HE)
CJC 111 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJC 112 Criminology
CJC 113Juvenile Justice
CJC 121 Law Enforcement Operations
CJC 141 Corrections
CJC 212 Ethics and Community Relations
____ Early Childhood Education: Child Development
(C55220HA)
EDU 119 Intro to Early Childhood Education
EDU 144 Child Development I
EDU 145 Child Development II
EDU 146 Child Guidance
____ Early Childhood Education: Introduction to
Early Childhood (C55220HE)
EDU 119 Intro to Early Childhood Education
EDU 145 Child Development II
EDU 146 Child Guidance
EDU 153 Health, Safety and Nutrition
____ Electronics Engineering Technology:
Introduction to Electronics (C40200HA) ***
ELC 131 Circuit Analysis I
ELN 131 Semiconductor Apps
ELN 133 Digital Electronics
ISC 112 Industrial Safety
____ Electronics Engineering Technology:
Communications Equipment Repair
(C40200HE)
ELC 131 Circuit Analysis I
ELN 131 Semiconductor Apps
ELN 133 Digital Electronics
ELN 234 Communication Systems
____
____ Entrepreneurship (C25490HA)
ACC 120 Principles of Financial Acct
BUS 110 Introduction to Business
BUS 139 Entrepreneurship
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
ETR 220 Innovation and Creativity
____ Industrial Systems Technology: Facilities
Maintenance (C50240HB)
BPR 111 Blueprint Reading
ELC 131 Circuit Analysis
ISC 112 Industrial Safety
MEC 111 Machine Processes I
MNT 110 Intro to Maintenance Procedures
MNT 111Maintenance Practices
____ Information Technology: Security + Prep
(C25590HJ)
CTI 120 Network and Security Foundations
NOS 110 Operating Systems Concepts
SEC 110 Security Concepts
SEC 160 Security Administration I
____ Information Technology: A+ Prep (C25590HM)
CTI 120 Network and Security Foundation
CTS 120 Hardware/Software Support
NOS 110 Operating Systems Concepts
NOS 230 Windows Administration I
____ Information Technology:
Entry-Level Computer Technician (C25590HQ)
CTI 110 Web, Programming, and DB Foundation
CTI 120 Network and Security Foundations
CTS 120 Hardware/Software Support
NOS 110 Operating Systems Concepts
SEC 110 Security Concepts
Mechatronics: Intro to Mechatronics
(C40350HB)
ATR 112 Introduction to Automation
ATR 115 Introduction to Mechatronics
ELC 131 Circuit Analysis
ISC 112 Industrial Safety
MEC 130 Mechanisms
____ Information Technology: Productivity Software
(C25590HB)
BAS 120 Business Analytics I
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
CTS 130 Spreadsheet
CTS 240 Project Management
DBA 110 Database Concepts
____ Health Information Technology (C45360HA)
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
HIT 110 Fundamentals of HIT
HIT 112 Heath Law & Ethics
MED 121 Medical Terminology I
MED 122 Medical Terminology II
__
__
__
__ Medical Assisting (C45400HA)
BIO 163 Basic Anatomy and Physiology
MED 110 Orientation to Medical Assisting
MED 118 Medial Law and Ethics
MED 121 Medical Terminology I
MED 122 Medical Terminology II
__ MOA: Medical Office Receptionist (C25310HE)
CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy
MED 121 Medical Terminology I
MED 122 Medical Terminology II
OST 131 Keyboarding
OST 148 Medical Coding, Billing & Ins
OST 181 Intro to Office Systems
__ Welding Technology: Entry-Level Welding
(C50420HA) ***
WLD 110 Cutting Processes
WLD 115 SMAW (Stick) Plate
WLD 121 GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate
WLD 131 GTAW (TIG) Plate
WLD 141 Symbols and Specifications
CRITERIA FOR DIRECT PLACEMENT INTO MAT 271: CALCULUS I FOR ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE PATHWAY
A student may place directly into MAT 271 if the student has met at least one (1) of the following criteria within the past
five (5) years:
A score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB Exam.
A grade of C or higher in an AP Calculus course and an unweighted HS GPA of 3.0 or higher.
A score of 90 or higher on the ACCUPLACER College-Level Math (CLM) test.
A score of 46 or higher on the trigonometry section of the ACT Compass Math Placement Test.
A score of 580 or higher on the SAT Math and a grade of C or higher in the North Carolina
Standard Course of Study Pre-Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 27 or higher on the ACT Math and a grade of C or higher in the North Carolina
Standard Course of Study Pre-Calculus course or an equivalent course from another state.
A score of 560 or higher on the SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 2.
Source: North Carolina Community College System CCP/RISE/CCRG Policy, January 2019
CONTINUED ENROLLMENT FOR CCP STUDENTS
To remain eligible for College Transfer and Career Technical Education Pathways, a student must
continue to make progress toward high school graduation and
maintain a 2.0 GPA in college coursework after completing two courses.
A student who falls below a 2.0 GPA after completing two college courses will be subject to the college’s
policy for satisfactory academic progress.
A student in a College Transfer Pathway may complete the AA/AS pathway and then continue toward the completion of the
60-hour Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree; however, the AA or AS degree may NOT be awarded
prior to verification of high school graduation.
A student in a technical pathway may be awarded a certificate or diploma prior to high school graduation. A student
completing the CTE certificate or diploma may continue toward the completion of the AAS degree. However, the AAS
degree may NOT be awarded prior to verification of high school graduation.
PLACEMENT DATA TO DOCUMENT COLLEGE READINESS
Call 252-638-1447 in New Bern or 444-1713 in Havelock for an appointment to take the NC-DAP placement tests or
provide a copy of ACT, SAT, Pre-ACT, or PSAT scores.
Appointment required to review application for enrollment:
Please contact the Career & College Promise Advisor or Ms. Sylvia King for an appointment:
Career and College Promise Advisor
Craven Community College
800 College Court
New Bern, NC 28562
Barker Hall, Room 109
(252) 638-1447 or ccp@cravencc.edu
Sylvia King
Director of Instructional Services and Student Support
305 Cunningham Blvd.
Havelock, NC 28532
Redd Building, Room 101-D
(252) 444-2120 or kings@cravencc.edu
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