https://www.necc.mass.edu/noncredit/pathways-to-credit/ Jun 26 2019 06:23:52

Pathways to Credit

Earn College Credits With Your Noncredit Courses

You have plenty of good reasons to pursue NECC’s noncredit course offerings, including career advancement, new job preparation, and personal enjoyment. Or maybe you have been out of school for years and want an easy way to “dip your toe” back into classroom learning.

It’s all good. And now it’s even better. Because if you’re like many others who complete NECC’s noncredit courses, you may enjoy the experience so much you’ll be motivated to continue your education and earn a certificate or an associate degree.

That’s why we have created a seamless path that will enable you to get college credit for some our most popular noncredit courses, and get a head start on that certificate or degree.

Pathway to Credit Courses

Area of Study NECC Credit Eligible Noncredit Courses NECC Corresponding Credit Courses Credits
Entrepreneurial Training ESBD1034- Entrepreneurial Training Program BUS102
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
AND
BUS 216
Entrepreneurship: Small Business Start-up
6
QuickBooks Courses CMPA1117-QuickBooks-Level 1
AND
CMPA1118-QuickBooks Level 2
ACC205
Computerized Accounting Systems
3
Accounting & Bookkeeping Fundamentals Certificate SBPD1143-Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping I
AND
SBPD1144-Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping II
AND
SBPD1145-Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping Using Quick Books
ACC101
Introductory Accounting
3
Microsoft Office Applications Courses CMPA1172 Computer Basics: MS Office 2016
AND
CMPA1052, CMPA1053, and CMPA1053: Access 1, 2 & 3
AND
CMPA1049, CMPA1050, and CMPA1051: Excel 1, 2, &3
AND
CMPA1055, CMPA1116, and CMPA1056: PowerPoint 1,2 & 3
AND
CMPA1046, CMPA1047, and CMPA1048: Word 1, 2 & 3
CIS110
Computer Applications
3
Fundamentals of Photography Certificate: FOTO1000 Basic Photography
AND
FOTO1001 Beyond Basic Photography AND
FOTO1002 Creative Black and White
AND
CMPA1158 Intro to Adobe CS5 Photoshop
ART130
Introduction to Digital Photography
3

 

 

 

 

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