DT Program Articulation
Driven by Students
Based on Demonstrated Skills and Accomplishments Shown in Your Work
Aided by Collaborative Technology
Using a "Credit By Exam" system, students from an articulated High School program may receive college credit on an official ARC transcript by submitting their high school work to ARC for acceptance in a prescribed electronic format.
Benefits of High School Articulation:
- ll articulated students who have registered with Los Rios Community College District
- gain immediate access to a full range of free, full capability AutoDesk products including AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Navisworks, Maya ... and much more.
- gain access to a wide range of Google Apps in a secure environment including Google Sites, Google Docs, Google Presentations ... and much more.
Students whose portfolios have been accepted for credit ...
- receive free college credit on an official ARC transcript even if they choose to follow a different educational plan, enroll in a different college or university, or choose to take time off before starting college.
- receive priority registration as soon as they complete their ISEP (Individual Student Education Plan) for a college career at ARC. They are considered continuing students and are at priority 1 during registration.
- receive the opportunity for further advanced education in Design Technology at ARC while still in High School
Articulated Classes & Agreements:
Select the link to see the course description and student learning outcomes
- DT100 - Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Other 1st semester courses that may interest advanced high school students.
Currently, these courses are not available for articulation, but students may submit their work and a credit by exam petition in order to receive a review for credit by the ARC DT Faculty.
- DT300 - Introduction to Design Resources
- DT302 - Technical Documentation (Formerly DT102 - Intermediate CADD)
- DT320 - 3D Graphics and Design
All of our articulation agreements are available for viewing.
Any student, even from programs that are not articulated, may submit a portfolio through the Credit By Exam Process. Students without articulation may be given a short exam in addition to their portfolio review and they must pay appropriate rates for their credits (3 units per class).