CTE College Credit gives students the opportunity to earn free college credit in articulated high school career and technical education (CTE) programs. CTE programs are a sequence of high school elective classes, taught at the high school by high school teachers, preparing students to be college and career ready.
There are over 40 programs offered in high schools throughout Nevada, which are articulated for CSN college credit. The goal of CTE College Credit is to increase academic opportunities for high school students to obtain college credit in strategic pathways that lead toward meaningful CSN degrees/certificates or transfer education.
To qualify for CTE College Credit, high school students must:
- Earn a 3.0 GPA in an articulated CTE program sequence;
- Pass the State End-of-Program Assessment; and
- Pass the State Workplace Readiness Assessment.
CTE College Credit Program
303 South Water Street, Ste 200
Henderson, NV 89015
CTE College Credit is funded by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) in cooperation with the College of Southern Nevada and the Nevada Department of Education.