Articulation Agreements with High/Secondary Schools

Middlesex is a member of several area collaborative through which qualified students who attend the participating schools may plan their junior and senior years of high school as the first stage of a community college associate degree program. Students who apply to an articulated program at Middlesex must perform at an advanced level in their junior and senior years to receive college credit for some high school coursework. Among the MCC associate degree programs included in these agreements are: Computer and Telecommunications, Computer Applications, Business Administration, Computer Aided Design Technology, Health Careers, Early Childhood Education, Dental Assisting, Biotechnology Technician, Graphic Design, Hospitality Management, and Fashion Merchandising.

In accordance with the goals of Tech Prep and the federally legislated School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994, the college is committed to preparing individuals to qualify for skilled and rewarding occupations. This effort includes relationships with technical, vocational and comprehensive high schools that provide a smooth transition from high school to college.

Credit for Health Profession Certification

Licensed Practical Nurses

Licensed Practical Nurses who have been accepted into the Nursing program may challenge NU 1111, Fundamentals of Nursing, and NU 1311, Nursing Practicum. Upon completion of the challenge process, students may be awarded credit for these courses and may enroll in NU 1321, Intergenerational Nursing. Detailed information concerning the challenge process may be obtained in the Student Information Center.

Middlesex Community College has articulation agreements with Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical School, Assabet Valley Vocational Technical School, and Shawsheen Vocational School post-secondary licensed practical nursing programs. Recent graduates of these programs (within the last five years) who are admitted into MCC’s associate degree Nursing program may be eligible to receive credit for NU 1111, NU 1121, NU 1311, NU 1321 and concurrent clinical practicum courses. Further information is available at the Student Information Center.


Last Modified: 8/4/23