Nov 12, 2019  
2011-2012 Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Degree Acceleration Programs


Edison State College encourages students to accelerate their education by providing the following acceleration programs. These programs allow students to shorten the time required to complete a degree or certificate by earning college credit based on the student’s acquisition of knowledge prior to or during their attendance at Edison State.

Accelerated Programs for High School Students

  1. Dual Enrollment

    Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity for qualified high school students to enroll in Edison State courses while still enrolled in high school. Dual enrolled students receive both high school and college credit. College preparatory and health and wellness courses are not included in the dual enrollment program.

    To qualify for dual enrollment, all candidates must demonstrate readiness for college-level work. Readiness for college-level work is determined through achievement of the State minimum cutoff scores on the appropriate sections of the PERT or appropriate ACT-E or SAT-R scores. (Please see Assessment Services in the Student Services  section and each county's Interinstitutional Articulation Agreement for more information).

    Dual enrolled students must complete an Edison application and must have a parent or guardian sign. In addition, the dual enrolled student will submit a completed Accelerated Programs form listing the courses that they are approved to register for each term. Accelerated Programs forms must be signed by the high school principal or designee and the applicant. Dual enrolled courses are taught on the high school campus or on the college campus.

    Dual Enrolled students are exempt from application, matriculation and special fees. Textbooks and instructional materials for public school students are provided by the school district through the high school. Students enrolled in non-public secondary schools or in home school programs must pay for their textbooks and instructional materials.
     
  2. Early Admissions

    Early admissions provides an opportunity for qualified high school seniors to enroll full- time in Edison State courses on the College campus while still enrolled in high school. Early admissions students receive both high school and college credit. College preparatory courses are not included in the early admissions program.

    To qualify for early admissions, seniors must have a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, and must demonstrate readiness for college-level work. Readiness for college-level work is determined through achievement of the State minimum cutoff scores on the appropriate sections of the PERT, or appropriate ACT-E or SAT-R scores. (Please see Assessment Services in the Student Services  section for more information.)

    Early admissions students must self-identify with the Registar's Office requesting to become an early admit student and the parent or guardian must acknowledge approval via signature. Early admit students submit a completed Accelerated Programs form listing the courses that they are approved to register for each term. Accelerated Programs forms must be signed by the high school principal or designee and the applicant.

    Early admissions courses are taught on the Edison State campus. Early admissions students are exempt from application, matriculation and special fees. Textbooks and instructional materials for public school students are provided by the school district through the high school. Students enrolled in non-public secondary schools or in home school programs must pay for their textbooks and instructional materials.

Advanced Placement

Edison State College participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) offered by the College Board to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for high school students to proceed with their education. Students must submit to the Office of the Registrar an official transcript from the College Board for scores to be considered. Edison State College awards college credit for qualifying AP examination scores based on standards recommended by the Florida Department of Education and the Articulation Coordinating Committee. Acceptance of AP tests and scores is subject to change without notice. AP credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course.

 

Advanced Placement (AP) ESC Course/Subject Equivalents 

Examination

AP Score of 3

AP Score of 4

AP Score of 5

 

ESC Course

Credits

ESC Course

Credits

ESC Course

Credits

Art History

ARH 1000

3

ARH1050, 1051

6

ARH1050, 1051

 6

Biology

BSC1005/1005L

3

BSC1010/1010L

4

BSC1010/L and BSC1011/L

8

Calculus AB

MAC 2311

4

MAC 2311

4

MAC 2311

4

Calculus BC

MAC 2311

4

MAC 2311, 2312

8

MAC 2311, 2312

8

Chemistry

CHM2020/L

4

CHM2045/L

4

CHM2045/L & CHM2046/L

8

Chinese Language and Culture

CHI 1930

4

CHI 1930, FLELECT

8

CHI 1930, FLELECT

8

Computer Science A

CGS 1075

3

CGS 1075

3

CGS 1075

3

Computer Science AB CGS 1076      3 CGS 1076       3 CGS 1076       3

Economics: Macro

ECO 2013

3

ECO 2013

3

ECO 2013

3

Economics: Micro

ECO 2023

3

ECO 2023

3

ECO 2023

3

English Language and Composition

ENC1101

3

ENC1101, 1102

6

ENC1101, 1102

6

English Literature and Composition

ENC1101  

3

ENC1101 and either ENC1102 or LIT1005

6

ENC 1101, and either ENC1102 or LIT1005

6

Environmental Science

ISC 1051/1051L

3

ISC 1051/1051L

3

ISC 1051/1051L

3

European History

EUH 1000

3

EUH 1000, 1001

6

EUH 1000, 1001

6

Foreign Languages (All modern languages)

French

Spanish

German

 

FRE2220                             

SPN2220                      

GER2220                     

3

 

FRE2220, 2221                 

SPN2220, 2221                 

GER2220, 2221                 

6

 

FRE2220, 2221                

SPN2220, 2221                

GER2220, 2221               

6

Government and Politics: Comparative

CPO 2002

3

CPO 2002

3

CPO 2002

3

Government and Politics: United States

POS 2041

3

POS 2041

3

POS 2041

3

Human Geography

GEO 2400

3

GEO 2400

3

 GEO 2400

3

Music Theory

MUT1001 (Composite 3 or higher)            
MUT1111, MUT1241(Aural & Non-aural composite 3 or higher)


3

6

 

MUT1001 (Composite 3 or higher)
MUT1111, MUT 1241(Aural & Non-aural composite 3 or higher


3

6

 

MUT1001 (Composite 3 or higher)   MUT1111, MUT1241 (Aural & Non-aural composite 3 or higher


3

 6

Physics B

PHY1053/1053L

4

PHY1053/L & PHY1054/L

8

PHY1053/L & PHY1054/L

8

Physics C: Electricity/Magnetism

PHY1054/1054L

4

PHY2049/2049L

4

PHY2049/2049L

4

Physics C: Mechanics

PHY1053/1053L

4

PHY2048/2048L

4

PHY2048/2048L

4

Psychology

PSY2012

3

PSY2012

3

PSY2012

3

Statistics

STA 2023

3

STA 2023

3

STA 2023

3

Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio *

ART 1300C

3

ART 1300C

3

ART 1300C

3

Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio *

ART 1201C

3

ART 1201C

3

ART 1201C

3

Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio *

ART 1203C

3

ART 1203C

3

ART 1203C

3

United States History

AMH 2010

3

AMH2010, 2020

6

AMH2010, 2020

6

World History

WOH 1023

3

WOH 1023

3

WOH 1023

3

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

Edison State College participates in the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) offered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for students to proceed with their education. Students must submit to the Office of the Registrar an official transcript from the Educational Testing Service for scores to be considered. Edison State College awards college credit for qualifying CLEP examination scores based on standards recommended by the Florida Department of Education and the Articulation Coordinating Committee. Acceptance of CLEP tests and scores is subject to change without notice. CLEP credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course. The Nursing Program at Edison State College does not accept CLEP credit for DEP 2004 Human Growth and Development. For additional information, contact the Assessment Services area on your local campus.

CLEP Examination Score Course
BUSINESS    

    Information Systems and Computer Applications

50 CGS 1077

    Introduction to Business Law

50 BUL 2241

    Financial Accounting

50 ACG 1001

    Principles of Management

50 MAN 2021

    Principles of Marketing

50 MAR 2011
     
COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE    

    American Literature

50 AML 2000

    College Composition with essay (must pass essay)

50 ENC 1101, 1102
    English Composition with essay (must pass essay) 50 ENC 1101

    English Literature

50 ENL 2000
     
FOREIGN LANGUAGES    

    French Language Level 1

50 FRE 1120

    French Language Level 2

59 FRE 1120, 1121

    German Language Level 1

50 GER 1120

    German Language Level 2

60 GER 1120, 1121

    Spanish Language Level 1

50 SPN 1120

    Spanish Language Level 2

63 SPN 1120, 1121
     
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES    

    American National Government

50 POS 2041

    History of the United States I

50 AMH 2010

    History of the United States II

50 AMH 2020

    Human Growth and Development

50 DEP 2004

    Humanities

50 HUE 1001

    Introduction to Educational Psychology

50 EDP 2002

    Introduction to Psychology

50 PSY 2012

    Introduction to Sociology

50 SYG 1000

    Principles of Macroeconomics

50 ECO 2013

    Principles of Microeconomics

50 ECO 2023

    Western Civilization I

50 EUH 1000

    Western Civilization II

50 EUH 1001
     
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS    

    Biology

50 BSC 1005

    Calculus

50 MAC 2233

    Chemistry

50 CHM 2020 or 2025

    College Algebra

50 MAC 1105

    Mathematics

50 MGF 1107

    Precalculus

50 MAC 1140

International Baccalaureate (IB) Program

Edison State College accepts the International Baccalaureate (IB) offered by the International Baccalaureate Organization to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for high school students to proceed with their education. Students must submit to the Office of the Registrar an official transcript from the International Baccalaureate Organization for scores to be considered. Edison State College awards college credit for IB examination scores based on standards recommended by the Florida Department of Education and the Articulation Coordinating Committee. Acceptance of IB tests and scores is subject to change without notice. IB credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course.

Students who receive the IB Diploma are granted college credit for scores of four (4) or higher on both higher level and standard level examinations as listed below. Students who do not receive the IB diploma are granted college credits for scores of five (5) or above on IB higher level examinations only.

IB Examination Score of 4 Course Score of 5 - 7 Course
     
Biology BSC 1005/1005L BSC 1005/1005L, 1010/1010L
Business and Management GEB1011 GEB 1011, MAN 2021
Chemistry CHM 2020/2020L CHM 2020/2020L, 2045/2045L
Computer Science CGS 1100 CGS 1100, CGS 1000
Design Technology ETD 1320 ETD 1320, ETD 1102
Economics ECO 2000 ECO 2013, 2023
English A1 ENC 1101 ENC 1101, 1102
Environmental Studies ISC 1050/1050L ISC 1050/1050L
French FRE 1121 FRE 1121, 2200
Geography GEA 2000 GEO 2200, 2400
German GER 1121 GER 1121, 2200
History WOH 1030 WOH 1030, History Elect.
Math Methods MAC 1105 MAC 1105, 1140
Math Studies MAT 1033 MAT 1033, MGF 1106
Mathematics MAC 1147 MAC 1147, 2233
Music MUL 1010 MUL 1010, MUT 1001
Philosophy PHI 2010 PHI 2010, PHI Elective
Physics PHY 1020/1020L PHY 1020/1020L, 1009/1009L
Psychology PSY 2012 PSY 2012, PSY Elective
Social Anthropology ANT 1410 ANT 1410, 1511
Spanish SPN 1121 SPN 1121, 2200
Theater Arts THE 1020 THE 1020, THE Elective
Visual Arts ART Elective ART Elective (2)

 

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE)

The AICE program is an international, advanced secondary curriculum and assessment program equivalent to the British system of "A-Levels."  Edison State College follows the recommendations of the Articulation Coordinating Committee.

Career Pathways and Articulation

Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Hendry and Glades District Schools and Edison State College are partners in the Career Pathways philosophy which offers students the opportunity to focus on technical high school electives that will help train them for high-skill, high-wage occupations. While in high school preparing for careers and post secondary education, students can begin to earn Edison State College credits.

Edison State provides the opportunity for technical program students to earn college credit that may be applied towards an Associate degree.

High School Articulation

Edison State provides the opportunity for high school graduates to earn college credit that may be applied towards an Associate degree.

High school students who have graduated from any public school in Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Hendry or Glades counties would be eligible for college credit at Edison State College.

Articulated credit may be awarded to the eligible post secondary graduate who meets the following criteria:

  • The student must be currently enrolled and seeking as Associate Degree in correlating programs at Edison State College. Thus, the student will successfully meet all requirements that apply to Associate Degree seeking students as stated in the Edison State College Catalog.
  • Students will be awarded articulated Associate credit upon successful completion of 12 college credit hours towards the Associate Degree.
  • Students who complete one of the approved technical programs of study (with at least 3 high school courses in the program).

     

Local High School Articulation Agreements

Program High School Program Completed College Credit Articulated Credits

Education

Teaching Assistant 1, 2 and 3

EME 2040 Educational Technology

3 credits

       
Law Legal Systems  

3 credits

Law Studies PLA 2931 Special Topics  
       

Criminal Justice

 

Criminal Justice Operations 1, 2, and 3 CCJ 1020 Intro to CJ 3 credits
Courtroom Procedures CCJ 2930 Selected Topics in CJ 3 credits
(any 2 courses with 3.5 GPA)    
       

Nursing

 

 

 

 

Health Science II and 10 college credits towards RN:  
Practical Nursing Program Certification

NUR 1010 Intro to Nursing

2 credits
  NUR 1022 Fundamentals of Nursings 5 credits
  NUR 1023L Fundamentals of Nursings Practicum 1 credit
  NUR 1142 Intro to Pharmacology 1 credit
  Difference between NUR 1211/1211L and NUR 1204/1204L (AP)  
       

Drafting

 

 

 

Drafting 1, 2 and 3 with B average ETD 1102 Engineering Graphics 4 credits
  ETD 1530 Drafting and Design 4 credits
If one of the 3 drafting courses is Auto-CAD with B or better average ETD 1320 Computer Aided Drafting 3 credits
Through a portfolio, student can demonstrate and manipulate a 3-D modeling software to produce a virtual product/model ETD 2340 Advanced Computer Aided Drafting 3 credits
       

Accounting

 

 

 

 

Accounting Operations 1, 2 and 3

ACG 1001 Financial Accounting I 3 credits
Grade B or higher in each HS course ACG 2011 Financial Accounting II 3 credits
  ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting 3 credits
Academy of Finance FIN 2001 Principles of Finance 3 credits
Financial Operations SLS 1331 Personal Business Skills 3 credits
Personal Financial Planning CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits

 

 

 

 

Business Admin.

and

Management

 

 

 

 

 

Business Operations 1, 2 and 3 GEB 1011 Introduction to Business

3 credits

SLS 1331 Personal Business Skills 3 credits
CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
Administrative Assistant CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
MNA 1804 Business Elective

6 credits

Marketing MAR 2011 Marketing 3 credits
MNA 1804 Business Elective 6 credits
Hospitality/Culinary Arts SLS 1331 Personal Business Skills 3 credits
HFT 1000Inro to Hospitality Mgmt 3 credits
MNA 1804 Business Elective 6 credits
       

Health

non-nursing

Phlebotomy

Radiologic Technology Competencies

 

Health Science 1 and 2 BSC 1080 Human Biology 2 credits
   

Information

Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administrative Assistant

CGS 1000 Computer Literacy

3 credits
CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
Computer Systems Technician *CGS 2260 Computer Hardware & Software Maintenance 3 credits
CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
* if industry certified.  
Digital Design CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
MNA Business Elective 3 credits
High School Tech Academy CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
CGS 2260 Computer Hardware & Software Maintenance 3 credits
*COP 1822 Internet Programming 4 credits
*COP 1000 Intro to Computer Prog. w/ Visual Basic 3 credits
* through a portfolio, student can demonstrate programming software.  
Network Support CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
CNT 1000 Networking Essentials 3 credits
*CTS 2655 Internetworking with CISCO Routers 3 credits
* if industry certified.  
Programming CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
*COP 1000 Intro to Computer Prog. w/ Visual Basic 3 credits
CGS 1100 Microcomputer Skills 4 credits
* through a portfolio, student can demonstrate programming software.  
Web Design CGS 1000 Computer Literacy 3 credits
COP 1822 Internet Programming-HTML 4 credits
       
Public Service Fire Science BFST Firefighter I Certificate MNA 1804 Fire Science Elective 3 credits
Principles of Public Service MNA 1804 Fire Science Elective 1 credit

 

Excelsior College (EC)

Edison State College follows the guidelines in Florida State Board Rule 6A-10.024 for awarding EC credits. More detailed information about Excelsior College Examinations, including detailed test descriptions, can be found on-line at http://www.excelsior.edu. EC credit granted by Edison may be transferable to participating Florida institutions of higher education. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the institution to which he/she expects to transfer to determine the acceptability of this credit.

Examination

Passing Score

ESC Course (3 credits per exam)

Abnormal Psychology

45

GEE Elective

English Composition

40 (Form E - 41)

ENC 1101 or ENC1102

Ethics: Theory and Practice

46

SOE Elective

Foundations of Gerontology

46

GEE Elective

Human Resources Management

44

ASE Elective

Life Span Developmental Psychology

45

DEP 2004

Microbiology

45

SCI Elective (lecture only)

Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

45

GEE Elective