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IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology

IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology

Articulations (Credit for HS Courses)

Earn College Credit in the High School Classroom

Articulation is a way for students to earn college credit while still in high school. This list contains the high school classes that can be taken and transferred to college credit when students are admitted to the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI. As you will see, many agreements are school specific. However, the Project Lead the Way courses are for all high schools.

  • SPAN - Opportunities for high school students to take college courses.

Earn College Credit in High School 

The Purdue School of Engineering and Technology is happy to announce more opportunities for students in Indiana and across the nation to apply high school classes toward their university plan of study at no cost. To receive college credit, students must apply and be admitted to the School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI. Students must meet with an academic advisor in the school and provide evidence of successful completion of the appropriate high school classes and/or certifications. The university classes will be added to the student's college transcript and applied toward the plan of study at no cost to the student.

For more information: etinfo@purdue.iupui.edu

High School Course(s) and certifications

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI equivalent course

One semester of a computer application or programming course and a passing score on various Microsoft Certifications (Microsoft Word Core Exam, Microsoft Excel Core Exam, Microsoft Access Core Exam and/or Microsoft PowerPoint Core Exam)

Computer and Information Technology – CIT 10600: Using a Personal Computer

Advanced Computer Applications class

Computer and Information Technology – CIT 20300: Desktop Publishing

Algebra II (or higher) and A+ certification

Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology – ECET 29900: Special Projects

'When high school courses are accepted for college credit it is referred to as “articulation.” These articulations were developed with the help of a grant from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. Look for more articulation agreements in the future.