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High School Articulated Credit

Jump-start your technical degree

Current or recent Brevard Public School students can get a head start in a Career and Technical Program at EFSC through Advance Standing Credit. Save time and money through free tuition and books for career and technical programs at the public school level.

Advance Standing Credit allows students to continue with the skill sets learned in high school, receive college credit in the technical degree, and prepare for a rewarding career.

Click on the categories below to find out about qualifying for free college credit from public high school courses that students are in the process of completing or have completed.

High School to College Credit Options

Accounting Applications

Brevard Public Schools' Accounting Application courses can transition to EFSC's Office Administration program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Accounting Applications work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC accounting agreement.

Advanced Manufacturing

Brevard Public Schools' Advanced Manufacturing courses can transition to EFSC's Engineering Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Advanced Manufacturing work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC manufacturing agreement.

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Heating (HVAC)

Brevard Public Schools A/C Refrigeration & Heating Technology courses can transition to EFSC's Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Heating (HVAC) program.

A new Memorandum of Understanding between EFSC and Brevard Public Schools is being developed and will be posted here when available.

Applied Engineering Technology

Brevard Public Schools' Applied Engineering Technology courses can transition to EFSC's Engineering Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Applied Engineering Technology work completed at the high school.

View the official BPS-EFSC applied engineering agreement.

Aviation Assembly & Fabrication

Brevard Public Schools' Aviation Assembly & Fabrication courses can transition to EFSC's Aerospace Technology program.

See the official BPS-EFSC aviation to aerospace agreement.

Business Technology Education

Brevard Public Schools' Business Technology Education courses can transition to EFSC's Office Administration program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Business Technology Education work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC business technology agreement.

Criminal Justice Operations

Brevard Public Schools' Criminal Justice Operations courses can transition to EFSC's Criminal Justice Technology program or Crime Scene Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Criminal Justice Operations work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC criminal justice agreement.

Culinary Arts

Brevard Public Schools' Culinary Arts courses can transition to EFSC's Culinary Management program.

See the official BPS-EFSC culinary agreement.

IMPORTANT NOTE: EFSC will be closing its Culinary program and will no longer accept new students into the Culinary Management A.S. Degree effective January 2024. The last start date was Fall Term 2023. A teach-out schedule of the 13 major courses will be offered between Jan. 2024 and Dec. 2024. Both existing and new students who start in Fall 2023 should plan accordingly to ensure the major culinary courses are completed within the 2024 calendar year. General education courses required for the degree will continue to be offered on each campus and online.

Cybersecurity

Brevard Public Schools' Applied Cybersecurity courses can transition to EFSC's Network Systems Technology - Cybersecurity program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Cybersecurity work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC cybersecurity agreement.

Digital Design

Brevard Public Schools' Digital Design courses can transition to EFSC's Graphics Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Digital Design work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC digital design agreement.

Digital Media/Multimedia

Brevard Public Schools' Digital Media Multimedia courses can transition to EFSC's Graphics Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Digital Media/Multimedia work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC digital media multimedia agreement.

Education

Brevard Public Schools' Education courses can transition to EFSC's Education programs.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Education work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC education agreement.

Emergency Medical Responder

Brevard Public Schools' Emergency Medical Responder courses can transition to EFSC's Emergency Medical Services A.S. degree.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Emergency Medical Responder work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC emergency first responder agreement.

Finance

Brevard Public Schools' Finance courses can transition to EFSC's Office Administration program

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Finance work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC finance agreement.

Machining Technology

Brevard Public Schools' Machining Technology courses can transition to EFSC's Engineering Technology program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Machining Technology work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC machining technology agreement.

Maritime Technology

Brevard Public Schools' Maritime Technology courses can transition to EFSC's Transportation and Logistics program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Maritime Technology work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC maritime technology agreement.

Marketing Management

Brevard Public Schools' Marketing Management courses can transition to EFSC's Business Administration program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Marketing Management work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC maketing management agreement.

Technical Design/Drafting

Brevard Public Schools' Technical Design courses can transition to EFSC's Computer-Aided Drafting & Design program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Technical Design/Drafting work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC technical design agreement.

View the requirements to receive college credit for work completed at the high school.

Television Production Technology

Brevard Public Schools' Television Production Technology courses can transition to EFSC's Digital TV/Digital Media program.

View a downloadable PDF flyer for how to receive college credit for Television Production Technology work completed at the high school.

See the official BPS-EFSC television production technology agreement.

Sherry Van Winkle, Manager
Workforce Programs
vanwinkles@easternflorida.edu
321-433-7081

Brevard Public Schools Career & Technical Education
321-633-1000 ext. 380

BPS Career & Technical Education Website

Read the requirements document that is linked to from each program inside the accordion on this page to see if you are eligible for credit. That document is the official Memorandum of Understanding between EFSC and Brevard Public Schools — known as an MOU.

If you're still in high school — stay enrolled in the Career & Technical Program you're currently in. Contact Sherry Van Winkle at vanwinkles@easternflorida.edu or 321-433-7081 or visit an EFSC advisor to find out the sequence of technical, college courses you must take in order to qualify for additional college credit.

If you are starting EFSC in the related Career & Technical Program, either as a dual enrolled student or as a recent high school graduate, be sure you're following the recommended or required course sequence as outlined in the MOU.

Are you in the process of completing the appropriate college courses as either a dual enrolled student or as a recent high school graduate in the Career & Technical Program? Then you may be ready to apply for the credit for prior course work.

Click here for the Petition for Credit form and select the box "Advance Standing (High School Coursework)"