Transfer In to Schoolcraft
There are three ways you can transfer in credits:
1. Have you taken courses at another college?
Schoolcraft evaluates previously earned college credit based on course name, course description, course level and grade. Standard rules for accepting previously earned college credit are:
- Earned grade of 2.0 or better (unless major/program require a different grade)
- Course level of 100 or higher
- Course is directly aligned with a Schoolcraft course
- Course is applicable to your Schoolcraft major
- College attend is regionally accredited
Transfer Equivalency Credit
2. Have you successfully passed an Advanced Placement or CLEP exam?
See how your exams transfer in as college credit!
Transfer Equivalency Credit
3. Did you take a career or technical course at your high school?
Schoolcraft has created agreements with high schools for career and technical courses and aligned them with Schoolcraft College courses. Students request their high school or CTC to submit the "SC Passport" to the Schoolcraft College Records Office in order to receive college level credit.
High School Articulation Agreements
Schoolcraft College has partnered with many local high schools and career and technical centers to allow students in specific programs to transfer them to Schoolcraft as course-specific credit. The credit is only applicable to the academic programs listed in the articulation agreement (ex: Medical Assisting credit is only applicable to Schoolcraft’s Medical Assisting program). Students must receive a signed Articulation Passport from their instructor or high school counselor and have the high school submit it to the Schoolcraft College Records Office.
- Garden City Public Schools
- Accounting 1 & 2 = ACCT 103, 4 cr
- Engineering 1, 2 & 3 = CAD 103, 3 cr
- Marketing 2-year program = BUS 101, 3 cr
- Graphic Communications = CGT 125, 3 cr
- Lenawee Intermediate School District – TECH Center
- Engineering, Design and CAD program = CAD 103, Engineering Graphics, 3 cr
- Livonia Public Schools/Livonia Career and Technical Center
- Child Care Professional/Parenting = ECE 100 Foundations of Early Childhood Education
- Criminal Justice = CJ 107 Police Field Operations
- Engineering Technology = CAD 103, 3 cr
- Graphic Design = CGT 125, 3 cr
- Hospitality Management Program =PENDING
- Internet Engineering = CIS 171 and CIS 271, 3 cr each
- Pre-Nursing/Pre-Medicine = MA 180, 4 cr
- Network Administration/Computer Service = COMPS 124, 3 cr
- Website Design and Interactive Media (Web I) = CGT 141 and CGT 136, 3 cr each
- Website Design and Interactive Media (Web II) = CIS 185 and CIS 238, 3 cr each
- Plymouth-Canton Public Schools
- Hospitality and Culinary Arts: Restaurant Operation Course = CUL 103 Intro to Professional Cooking Skills and Technique
- Saline High School
- Culinary Arts and Hospitality Course = CUL 103 Intro to Professional Cooking Skills and Technique
- William D Ford Career and Technical Center (Articulation Update in process)
- Electronic/Robotics Technology Program I and II (see chart below)
|Electronic/Robotics Technology, two-year program
||Associate in Applied Science in Electronic Technology, Mechatronics, or Biomedical Engineering Techology
- Graphic Design Program =
- Graphic/Printing Communications =
- Medical Assisting Program=
- Welding Technology Program:
- Welding Technology I = WELD 110 3 cr
- Welding Technology I and II = WELD 110 3cr AND WELD 119 3 cr