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College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus Program Defined.

The College Credit Plus (CCP) Program provides students in grades 7-12 with the opportunity to enroll in college courses, enabling them to earn college credit while meeting high school graduation requirements at the same time. 

Let's Collaborate

At Zane State College, we understand that when it comes to learning, it’s about the individual. It’s about feeling ready to take the right steps forward at the right time. And when it comes to the CCP program, rest assured that Zane State has been a dependable partner in delivering courses at high schools, online, and on Zane State’s campus for many years.

The Perks

  1. Courses and books are offered at no cost.
  2. The Pathways programs, which are associate degree programs, are built for CCP students.
  3. Many CCP students complete associate degrees/certificates from Zane State College at the same time they graduate from high school.
  4. Upon graduating high school, students who stay at Zane State may be eligible for the CCP Full Tuition Scholarship, in addition to other scholarships.
  5. CCP students can earn general education courses that fit the Ohio Transfer 36.

Info at Your Fingertips

If you’re ready to decide if CCP is right for you or your student, the Zane State CCP team is here to help.

  1. We recommend you visit the FAQ  for College Credit Plus from the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
  2. You should also attend a CCP Information Night hosted at your home school district. Contact your school counselor for details. (These are normally held from September through February.)
  3. Questions? Please contact our office at ccp@zanestate.edu

Eligibility Check

New students must meet one of the following criteria for CCP eligibility.

  1. Obtain a remediation-free score on one of the standard assessment exams as set forth in paragraph (D)(2) of rule 3333-1-65.3 of the Administrative Code; or
  2. Have a cumulative unweighted high school grade point average of at least 3.00; or
  3. Have a cumulative unweighted high school grade point average of at least 2.75 but less than 3.00 and received an “A” or “B” grade in a relevant high school course by ZSC.

Remediation Free Scores:

ACCUPLACER

  • WritePlacer (English): 5 or above
  • QAS (Math): 263 or above

ACT

  • English: 18 or above
  • Math: 22 or above 

Steps to Apply

Step 1: Submit your Letter of Intent.

Public School Students:

  • Submit the Letter of Intent to your high school by April 1.

Homeschool and Non-Public Students:

Step 1

Step 2: Schedule an Accuplacer Test

Public High School Students:

  • Check to see if this step is required based on student eligibility standards above.

Middle School, Home School and Non-Public School Students:

  • Submit college-level Accuplacer scores to meet eligibility requirements. If you need to take an Accuplacer test, we have an on-campus testing center available for you.
Step 2

Step 3: Complete the College Credit Plus Application

Deadlines to apply are:

    • Summer: Deadline is May 1
    • Fall: Priority Deadline is June 1
    • Spring: Deadline is December 1
ApplicationStep 3

Final Steps: These next final steps are crucial to ensure you have reviewed all of the necessary material to get started on your college journey!

Please Review: 

Read ODE/ODHE Mature Content disclaimer:  “The subject matter of a course enrolled in under the college credit plus program may include mature subject matter or materials, including those of a graphic, explicit, violent, or sexual nature, that will not be modified based upon college credit plus enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs.”

For Students Attending on the ZSC Campus

Final Steps

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College Credit Plus Career Gateways

CCP Career Gateways will provide students with a 15-hour pathway (required by the ODE from each high school) into one or more of Zane State College’s academic programs. By creating a uniform 15-hour gateway courses, we are able to designate the courses as Level 1 (meaning that CCP students could enroll in them as part of their first 15 credits). By identifying these gateways, we encourage high school participation and completion.

Education Gateway

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Explore Education

This gateway offers students the opportunity to explore the field of education. Education is a continuously growing and ever-changing field of study. By enrolling in this gateway, students are better able to gain the foundational content that will prepare them to take the next step in education.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

PSYC 1010 Introduction to Psychology 3 credits TAG

An overview of major theories, concepts, and biological processes involved in the study of human behavior. Topics include history of psychology, research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition and intelligence, motivation and emotion, lifespan development, personality, stress and coping, psychological disorders and their treatment, and social behavior. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENGL 1500.

EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education 3 credits TAG

This introductory course explores the purposes, organizations, and outcomes of schooling from
the perspectives of the field of social foundations of education. Candidates undertake critical
inquiry into teaching as a profession. Licensure requirements, teacher’s legal responsibilities,
and the accountability of public schools are also explored. Prerequisite: None.

EDUC 1450 Introduction to Special Education 3 credits TAG

This is a survey course to prepare all educators to teach diverse learners, including those with exceptionalities. It covers developmental characteristics, assessment methods, intervention
strategies, and ethical principles for students in education and community settings. Co-requisite: EDUC 1010.

EDUC 2070 Technology for Educators 3 credit

As technology continues to evolve, educators are required to create technology-enriched environments to promote student success. In this course future and current educators will work
to explore technology advancements, learn how to implement technology in the classroom, and strengthen their understanding of technology trends through the use of International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: EDUC 1010 or equivalent field experience.

Health Gateway

Zane State professor

Explore Professional Health Careers

Start a transfer degree in biology while you explore professional health care fields. This gateway is designed to get students started on an Associate of Science in Biology. Completers can move on to the degree program which can be used to further their education in related biological sciences, chemistry, medicine, and other health related fields. This gateway will also put the on track for Zane State’s selective health programs.

HLTH 1050 – The Health Care System: Issues and Professions 2 credit hours

HLTH 1050 is an introduction to the health care system and various allied health professions. Students explore such topics as the evolution of medicine and technology, medicolegal issues, patient rights, and acceptable behavior in the healthcare arena. Prerequisite: None.

HLTH 1210 – Medical Terminology 2 credit hours TAG; CTAG

HLTH 1210 provides a study of the vocabulary used by medical personnel. Basic prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining vowels are emphasized as the foundation for mastery. Prerequisite: None.

BIOL 1210 General Biology I 4 credits TAG OT36

A study of cellular and molecular biology. This laboratory-based course focuses on life and its classification, scientific method, chemistry of life, cell structure and function, bioenergetics, DNA and proteins synthesis, cell division, principles of inheritance, and evolution. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None

BIOL 2400 &  2410 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credits 1 credit lab TAG

An introduction to the study of the structure and function of the human body stressing the chemical basis of life, molecular biology, human tissues, and the interrelation of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Prerequisite: Grade of “C” or better in BIOL 1210, or high school biology with a grade of “C” or better within the last three years and permission of the instructor.

BIOL 2420 & 2430 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credits 1 credit lab TAG

A continuation of the study of the structure and function of the human body stressing the interrelation of cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, endocrine, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Prerequisites: Grade of “C” or better in BIOL 2400 and 2410.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

Business Gateway

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Explore the Wide World of Business

The field of business is vaster than one could imagine. Are you an entrepreneur or is finance more your style? The Business gateway will help you find the perfect fit. Students will sample a variety of classes to acquaint them with opportunities.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal.
Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository,
persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to
successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or
better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

BUSM 1100 Principles of Management 3 credits

A study of managerial functions including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; and
their implementation by objectives, policies, decision making, authority, executive
development, communication, and attitude. Prerequisite: None.

MKTG 1000 Marketing 3 credits TAG

A critical study of the field of marketing institutions and functions with an emphasis on
problems and practices in marketing. Presents the development and present status of the
marketing system in the United States. Areas covered are consumer and industrial markets,
retailing and wholesaling structure, and marketing functions and policies. Prerequisite: None.

BUSM 1530 Consumer Economics 3 Credits

A course designed to help students successfully engage in the broad economic environment
and make intelligent consumer decisions using critical thinking skills, cost/benefit analysis, and
mathematical analysis.  This course has a strong focus on evaluating and navigating the modern
economic structure and includes  economics and the American family, budgeting, consumer
problems, consumer durables, housing/debt, insurance, savings and investments, and current
issues

ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting

An introduction to financial accounting. Topics include the nature of business and accounting,
the language of accounting, the preparation and analysis of basic corporate financial
statements and the impact of simple accounting transactions on financial statements.
Accounting principles applicable to income measurement; cash and internal control;
investments and receivables; inventories; current and long-term liabilities; operating assets and
stockholder’s equity are covered. Time-value of money concepts are introduced. Prerequisite:
Grade of “C” or better in MATH 0995 or placement into college level math.

Digital Content and Game Design Gateway

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Explore Digital Communications Careers

Explore the dynamic realm of digital media and game design! In today's interconnected world, high school students are surrounded by the power of visual storytelling, interactive experiences, and the ever-evolving landscape of digital communication. Careers and associate degrees in digital media and game design offer an exciting pathway for those with a flair for creativity and a passion for technology.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

MATH 1050 Quantitative Reasoning 4 credits OT36

This course is designed to develop students’ quantitative and logical reasoning abilities and improve students’ ability to communicate quantitative ideas. This project-based course requires the student to create, analyze, and interpret mathematical models based on real world problems. Prerequisite: 1) Placement into college level math; or 2) Pass Math 0995 with a grade of “B” or better; or 3) Pass MATH 0995 with a grade of “C” or better. *(MATH 0995 students are permitted to advance to MATH 1050 with a grade of “C” but are required to register for a section of the co-requisite lab, MATH 1051).

DCMT 1020 Graphic Design 3 credits

This course covers the fundamental principles of design and how these relate to effective communication. It explores the media and tools used to create imaging and how these tools are integrated into the image-making process. Topics include conceptual design, critical thinking in the creation of practical design, how design relates to business, human perception and the visual process. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None

ITCS 1010 Introduction to Networking 3 credits

This course is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in the field of Information Technology. Topics include the OSI model, network media, TCP/IP protocol suite, IP addressing and connectivity devices. A client-server environment will be used to provide experience in configuration, installation, operation, and administration of a local area network. Other topics and skills for success in the information technology field, such as ethics and security, will also be discussed. This class covers the objectives for the CompTIA Network+ certification. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

ITCS 1230 Website Applications 3 credits

Provides coverage of HTML and CSS, including guidelines for Web accessibility and in-depth coverage of Cascading Style Sheets. Design styles and Cascading Style Sheets are used to enhance Web page layout and appearance which creates interactive Web pages with dynamic content and styles. HTML is also used to create mobile applications. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

Green Science Gateway

Bald Eagles in nest

Explore Careers in Green Science

Explore the captivating realm of natural sciences! For high school students brimming with curiosity and a passion for discovery, the journey into natural sciences unveils a world of boundless opportunities. Through this gateway, students will explore the wonders of their environment and beyond. They will build the foundation for scientific study while feeding their passion for the outdoors and the environment.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

MATH 1340 College Algebra 4 credits OT36

College Algebra in conjunction with MATH 1350, Pre-Calculus, provides the necessary background for MATH 2510, Calculus I. Topics include radicals and rational exponents, equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: 1) Placement into college level math; or 2) an ACT score of 22; or 3) grade of “B” or better in MATH 0990; or 4) pass the MATH 0990 Credit-by-Exam. *(Students passing MATH 0990 with a “C” must also be concurrently enrolled in MATH 1341).

BIOL 1070 – Environmental Science 3 credit hours OT36 – CTAG

A laboratory science course for non-science majors. Provides an introduction to science, the scientific method, basic biological and ecological concepts and applies these to current environmental issues. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

NAFS 2150 – Geographic Information Systems 3 credits

This class provides an introduction to the concepts and application of geographic information systems (GIS). Emphasis is placed on basic cartographic principles, data sources, data acquisition, data presentation in tabular and thematic formats, and basic project design. The basic platform for presentation will be ArcGIS software. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

BIOL 2300 – Introduction to Limnology 3 credit hours OT36

BIOL 2300 explores the chemical, physical, and geological factors of inland waters. Provides both field and laboratory practice in sampling techniques and chemical analysis (wet chemistry, instrumentation) of inland surface waters as well as the interpretation and reporting of water quality data. An overview of the ecology of lentic and lotic ecosystems is included. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

Information Technology Gateway

IT enineers in network server room

Explore Careers in Information Technology

Delve into the dynamic realm of cyber security and information technology (IT)! For high school students intrigued by the digital world and driven by a fascination with technology, the journey into careers and associate degrees in cyber security and IT unveils a realm of endless possibilities. Through specialized courses and hands-on experiences, you can embark on a thrilling exploration, delving into the realms of network security, digital forensics, programming, and more. This gateway provides an exciting voyage, where innovation meets problem-solving, and where the quest for knowledge opens doors to a multitude of rewarding pathways.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

MATH 1050 Quantitative Reasoning 4 credits OT36

This course is designed to develop students’ quantitative and logical reasoning abilities, and improve students’ ability to communicate quantitative ideas. This project-based course requires the student to create, analyze, and interpret mathematical models based on real world problems. Prerequisite: 1) Placement into college level math; or 2) Pass Math 0995 with a grade of “B” or better; or 3) Pass MATH 0995 with a grade of “C” or better. *(MATH 0995 students are permitted to advance to MATH 1050 with a grade of “C”, but are required to register for a section of the co-requisite lab, MATH 1051).

CYBR 1000 Ethics in the Information Age 3 credits

The study of ethics and moral philosophy as a means for providing a framework for ethically grounded decision making in the information age. Prerequisite or co-requisite: FYEX 1100 or permission of CYBR program advisor.

CYBR 1100 – Cybersecurity Foundations 3 credits
This course is a survey of the fundamental elements of information assurance and security strategies. Topics may include confidentiality, integrity, and availability; security policies; authentication; access control; risk management; threat and vulnerability assessment; common attack/defense methods; ethical issues. Prerequisite or co-requisite: FYEX 1100 or permission of CYBR program advisor.


ITCS 2090 – Project Management Methodologies 3 credit hours

This course is an introduction to project management methodologies. Students will examine: the organization, planning, and controlling of projects as well as project scope, scheduling and resource management. Students will become familiar with the tools used to manage projects. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

Social Science Gateway

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Explore Careers in Social Science

Explore the compassionate world of social services! For high school students with a deep desire to make a positive impact in their communities and uplift the lives of others, the journey into associate degrees and careers in social services beckons with promise and purpose. Through dedicated study and practical experiences, students will delve into areas such as social work, criminal justice and counseling. This gateway opens a transformative experience, where empathy meets action, and where the pursuit of knowledge opens doors to fulfilling careers in social service.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

MATH 1050 Quantitative Reasoning 4 credits OT36

This course is designed to develop students’ quantitative and logical reasoning abilities, and improve students’ ability to communicate quantitative ideas. This project-based course requires the student to create, analyze, and interpret mathematical models based on real world problems. Prerequisite: 1) Placement into college level math; or 2) Pass Math 0995 with a grade of “B” or better; or 3) Pass MATH 0995 with a grade of “C” or better. *(MATH 0995 students are permitted to advance to MATH 1050 with a grade of “C”, but are required to register for a section of the co-requisite lab, MATH 1051).

PSYC 1010 – Introduction to Psychology 3 credit hours OT36; TAG

An overview of major theories, concepts, and biological processes involved in the study of human behavior. Topics include history of psychology, research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition and intelligence, motivation and emotion, lifespan development, personality, stress and coping, psychological disorders and their treatment, and social behavior. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENGL 1500.


SOCI 1010 – Introduction to Sociology 3 credits OT36; TAG

Introduces students to the basic concepts, theories, perspectives and processes in sociology. Topics include culture, socialization, groups, organization, social deviance, social class and inequality, social change and institutions. This course will help students better understand themselves as well as their relationship to the larger society. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENGL 1500.

SOCI 2060 – Race and Ethnicity 3 credits OT36; TAG

An exploration of American diversity in terms of the dynamics of intergroup relations, focusing on selected racial and ethnic groups. In addition, other diversities that may be included in the exploration: religion, gender, sexual preference, and the Appalachian area. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENGL 1500.

Engineering Gateway

Electrical Engineering students working together

Explore Careers in Engineering

Build the foundation for the fascinating world of engineering! For high school students brimming with curiosity and a knack for problem-solving, the journey into the engineering field promises an adventure filled with innovation and discovery. Through immersive learning experiences and hands-on projects, students will explore disciplines mechanical and electrical principles that cross many disciplines. This is a gateway to a future where creativity meets technical prowess, and where the pursuit of knowledge opens doors to a multitude of rewarding pathways in the vast realm of engineering.

FYEX 1010 – First Year Success Strategies 1 credit

Familiarizes students with the college campus, academic divisions and program faculty, computer resources, student-related policies and procedures, and student support services. Assists with financial planning for college. Teaches effective planning and time management strategies and efficient study strategies. Examines the relationship of personal characteristics and motivation to education and career planning. Explains the various course formats. Guides students’ development of an individualized first year academic plan. A fee applies to this course. Prerequisite: None.

ENGL 1500 Composition I 3 credits OT36

This course emphasizes the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 1500 or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0980. Word processing knowledge is necessary.

MATH 1250 – Algebra and Trigonometry 4 credit hours OT36

This class furnishes students with a more rigorous background in trigonometry and algebra. Included in the topics are functions and their graphs, right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions of any angle, radians, vectors and their applications, Law of Sines and Law of Cosines, graphs of trigonometric functions, exponents and radicals, complex numbers, logarithmic and exponential functions, systems of equations of higher degree, logarithmic and exponential equations, equations of quadratic form, and equations with radicals. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: Grade of “C” or better in MATH 0990 or pass MATH 0990 credit by exam or placement into college level math.

OR

MATH 1340 College Algebra 4 credits OT36


College Algebra in conjunction with MATH 1350, Pre-Calculus, provides the necessary background for MATH 2510, Calculus I. Topics include radicals and rational exponents, equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequisite: 1) Placement into college level math; or 2) an ACT score of 22; or 3) grade of “B” or better in MATH 0990; or 4) pass the MATH 0990 Credit-by-Exam. *(Students passing MATH 0990 with a “C” must also be concurrently enrolled in MATH 1341).


MECH 1000 – Engineering Graphics 3 credit hours

Introduces the concepts of reading and creating engineering prints. Topics include orthographic projection, dimensioning systems, sections, auxiliary views, and general drawing layout. The basics of AutoCAD software are taught and utilized for print creation. AutoCAD topics include interface, 2-D entity construction, layers, text, dimensioning, plotting, and simple 3-D objects. Prerequisite: None.

EEET 1110 – D.C. Circuit Analysis 4 credit hours TAG; CTAG

Topics include resistance, current, voltage, Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws, Ohm’s Law, the resistor color code, Watt’s Law, sources of D.C. current and voltage, soldering and desoldering techniques, analysis of D.C. circuits using Branch Current Analysis, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems, Superposition, and Multisim®. Devices studied include the I-C voltage regulator, the transformer in D.C. power supplies, capacitors, inductors, bridge rectifiers, and control relays. Other topics include the construction of D.C. power supplies, transient response of series R-C and R-L circuits, and magnetic circuits. Lab test equipment includes D.C. power supplies, analog and digital volt-ohm-milliammeters, function generators, and digital oscilloscopes. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MATH 1250 or MATH 1340.

Choose Your Pathway

The Pathways to Business and Pathways to Engineering programs are associate degree programs built for CCP students.  

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Pathways to Business

The Pathways to Business program is an opportunity for academically advanced high school students to get ahead while saving thousands of dollars. The program is designed to prepare you for immediate employment or to continue on to a bachelor’s degree. You will earn both college and high school credits simultaneously. You will attend classes taught by Zane State College faculty on the Zane State College campus. Admission to the Pathways to Business program is selective. Demonstrated academic readiness for college-level algebra and English is required for acceptance into the program. The application must be made during the sophomore year of high school to complete the associate degree by the end of senior year.

Minimum prerequisites are:

  • Qualified for College Level Math and Composition I 
  • Health and Physical Education credits completed
  • Two years of a high school-level foreign language is recommended
Engineering at Zane State College

Pathways to Engineering

Earn both a high school diploma and a college degree at the same time. Stay active with your high school while attending college full-time. Take advantage of no tuition charges, borrow a laptop, and explore your future options. Program graduates have opportunities to directly enter the workplace with their associate degree. Other options include continuing at Zane State College to earn additional associate degrees. Graduates are also well prepared to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a specialized engineering or engineering technology field. Zane State College now offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology. Please read the FAQ for eligibility information. Admission to the Pathways to Engineering program is selective. Demonstrated academic readiness for college level algebra and English is required for acceptance into the program. The application must be made during the sophomore year of high school to complete the associate degree by the end of senior year.

Minimum prerequisites are:
 
  • 3.0 GPA overall
  • “B” in all academic subjects
  • Completion of at least two years of credit in English, math (Algebra I and Algebra II), and science 
  • Qualified for college-level classes
  • No high school disciplinary infractions
  • Health and Physical Education credits completed
  • Two years of a high school-level foreign language is recommended

Meet the CCP Team

Amanda Pollock, College Career Advisor at Zane State

Amanda Pollock

College Credit Plus Advisor

Rick Mohler, College Career Advisor at Zane State

Rick Mohler

College Credit Plus, Pathways & Online Student Advisor

Teara Hill, College Career Prep Advisor at Zane State

Teara Hill

College Credit Plus Advisor

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