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IT personnel and the Academic Support Coordinator (EITC Tutoring Center) coordinate to offer
twice-daily workshops to students on accessing email, Blackboard, and WebAdvisor.
Within the Information Technology division, Media Services assists in printing, photography,
making videos, and setting up special equipment for in-service presentations. Faculty members
value the support services of the library and Information Resources that help ensure quality
instruction.
2.C.7 Credit for Prior Experiential Learning
The college does not give credit for experiential learning.
2.C.8 Transfer Credit
The final judgment in accepting transfer credit belongs to EITC. The College’s policies on
acceptance of transfer credit are addressed on p. 13 of the Catalog. It offers details of how the
college accepts credit to ensure high academic quality. Although EITC accepts transfer credit, it
does not compute grades from other colleges and universities in the EITC institutional GPA. A
student must have applied for admission and furnished official transcripts before transfer credit
will be evaluated. Transfer credit is not granted for any course in which a student has received
less than a “C-.”
Section III, Subsection V of the Idaho State Board of Education Policies and Procedures
addresses Articulation and Transfer for Associate of Applied Science Degrees
(
). The SBOE has identified a common core of general education courses that can be
transferred to and from any of the state colleges and universities. Other credit courses are
evaluated based on the accreditation status of the incoming institution and whether the credit
is comparable in nature, content, academic quality, and level to that of EITC courses.
Undergraduate Programs
2.C.9 Undergraduate General Education
The mission of the general education division is to support EITC’s technical programs by
empowering students to become lifelong learners and critical thinkers who are prepared to
meet the challenges of employment and citizenship in a changing world. Outcomes for the
division include the following:
Effectively communicate theories, ideas, and mathematical processes through
writing and speaking to a variety of audiences.
Develop and apply analytical skills through active listening, questioning, reading, and
discussion.
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