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Coursework Completion System
Subjects codes for Business and Marketing is 12 and Information Technology is 10.
Data about course offerings can be found at the WISEdash About the Data - Coursework page.
The State of Wisconsin, through the cooperative efforts of the Department of Administration and the Department of Public Instruction, has entered into licensing agreements for Wisconsin school districts. The following software applications may utilize statewide contract terms for their own local use. Districts should review these unique terms prior to engaging. To learn more about Statewide Licensing Agreements for Wisconsin PK-12 Schools visit the Wisconsin Statewide Software Program website for more information.
Microsoft Learn was launched in the fall of 2023 to replace the Microsoft Imagine Academy program which was sunset on December 30, 2022. Educators, students, and school districts can continue to use Microsoft and its commitment to skills development through the new Microsoft Learn platform. Details on the program specific to Wisconsin can be found on the Wisconsin Microsoft Learn Resource page.
Dual Enrollment aligns high school and postsecondary curricula to create sequences of courses offering skill attainment. Articulation focuses on providing opportunities for high school students to take college level course work in order to get a head start on earning college credits while continuing to fulfill high school graduation requirements. If your school district is interested in articulation, check first with the Career Prep Coordinator at your local technical college.
Visit the Dual Enrollment page on the Wisconsin Technical College System site for a listing of all Articulation Agreements (Advanced Standing & Transcripted Credit).
What credits transfer to UW schools? Check out the UW Transfer Information System
Explore this website for participation and preparation rates of Wisconsin’s high school students entering colleges and universities: NCHEMS Information Center.