Reference the chart below for Emily Griffith credits that may transfer to these partner institutions.

Emily Griffith Program Amount of Credits *Receiving Institution Conditions
All CTE programs
75 credits
CSU Global
All credits
Community College of Denver
*towards an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Accounting
Computer Networking
All credits
Arapahoe Community College
*towards an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Computer Networking Technology
Culinary Arts
17 credits
MSU Denver
*towards programs within the School of Hospitality
All Registered Apprenticeships
45 credits minimum
MSU Denver
*applicable towards a four-year program

*Transferable credits will be reviewed by the receiving institution on a case-by-case basis.

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Emily Griffith works closely with industry, area school districts, local community colleges and four-year colleges to create educational pathways for our students to have seamless transitions from high school into credit-bearing college programs, into degree-granting programs and into the workforce. For example, high school students can enroll in a recognized pre-apprenticeship program, transition into a registered apprenticeship program upon graduation, and then into a degree program at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Similar pathways exist for other programs, including the one that Emily Griffith and Arapahoe Community College have to support students in Computer Networking. Emily Griffith also has a partnership with CSU Global providing Emily Griffith apprentices the opportunity to maximize their program coursework and earn industry certifications for transfer credit into CSU Global programs. These are just some of the partnerships the College has created to benefit students and increase educational and career goal outcomes.

Per CCCS Board Policy BP 9-72, CCCS institutions will accept all post-secondary credit in transfer from students who have attended any of the three area technical colleges in Colorado. The acceptance of these credits, the application of these credits toward degree requirements, and the transcription of these credits will be consistent with CCCS System Procedure SP 9-72.
The transfer eligibility of credits earned at area technical colleges is determined through transcript evaluations administered by the receiving institution. All institutional academic/transfer policies and procedures such as “in residence” requirements shall be applied. Limitations to the transferability of credits may exist depending on the receiving institution and its program requirements. For more information, contact your receiving institution.

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