Dual-Credit and Articulated courses are unique opportunities for students to participate in instructional environments taught at the collegiate level.
Articulation courses are high school courses that contain the same course content as an equivalent college course, and for which a post-secondary institution has agreed to award college credit if the student meets requirements as outlined in the course articulation analysis. Most articulation courses require the student to maintain and complete the course with an 85 or better.
In order for a student to receive Dual Credit (High School Credit and College Credit), they must meet the entrance requirements set forth by the Higher Education Board and El Paso Community College (EPCC). The student must also be enrolled in the CCTE course and the EPCC course simultaneously.
Architectural Design (12 hours)
Automotive Technology - Diesel (13 hours)
Culinary Arts (12 hours)
Electrical Technology (12 hours) Fire Science (10 hours)
Graphic Design (12 hours)
Health Science Technology - 1st Year Foundation (8 hours)
Health Science Technology - Emergency Medical Technician (6 hours)
Law Enforcement (12 hours)
Metal Trades (Machining) (6 hours)
Metal Trades (Welding) (6 hours)
Dual-Credit Application Process
Register with EPISD home campus for Dual-Credit Course of Interest Complete the ApplyTexas.org on-line application: Apply Texas
Qualifying Test Scores (TSI): TSI scores
Download, complete, and sign the Early Admissions Form: EA Form Then:Fax it to CCTE at (915) 544-5976, attn: Dual Credit Counselor / Administrator E-Mail the PDF to CCTE at email@example.com
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