Credit by Examination
For Articulated High School Courses and Programs
Shasta College will grant credit to a student completing an approved high school articulated course and who satisfactorily passes an examination approved or conducted by proper authorities of the college. Such credit will be granted under the following conditions:
- The nature and content of the examination shall be determined solely by faculty in the discipline that normally teaches the course and the faculty shall determine that the examination adequately measures mastery of the course content as set forth in the outline of record.
- The student must initiate the credit granting process by making application to Shasta College, completing 6 other Shasta College units, and submitting the Articulated Credit Request form to the Admissions and Records Office, Room 158.
- The transcript will be annotated with the name of the course and a statement indicating that the credit earned was through Credit by Examination.
- Grading shall be according to the regular grading scale, except that students shall be offered a credit-no-credit option if that option is ordinarily available for the course.
- Units awarded shall not be counted in determining the 12 semester units required for residency.
- A maximum of fifteen units of credit may be earned through the Credit by Examination for Articulated High School Courses process.
Effective for high school articulation agreements beginning 2002-03