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What are the steps for earning credit?

Go to: https://www.pnwcollegecredit.org/students/ for instructional videos and Frequently Asked Questions.

1) Create an account in the Statewide Enrollment & Reporting System (SERS): www.ctesers.org

The information you enter for your profile will be used when creating your college transcript, be sure to enter your legal name and birth date correctly. Use a personal email address, do not use your school email address so it will be accessible after graduation.

For returning students, if you forgot your login, enter the email address you registered with to reset your password.  If you do not know which email you used, ask your high school college and career advisor to look it up for you.

2) In SERS, register for the high school class(es) you are taking during the current school year (all eligible classes will be listed in SERS)

3) Pay the $50 fee by June 15 at www.pnwcollegecredit.org/pay 

4) Request credit to be posted to college transcript: https://www.pnwcollegecredit.org/transcripts/

Looking for credit for a class completed in a prior school year? Email [email protected], attach your college transcript, and mail a check or money order to the PNWCC office.  Do not pay online for prior year credit.

What is Pacific NW College Credit?

Pacific NW College Credit is a Dual Credit program that creates agreements between CTE classes offered in the Bellevue School District and partner colleges where the class is part of a program of study. These classes allow students to begin building real-world skills and career knowledge that connect to high-demand, high-level professions. By participating in this program, students can potentially save time and money in reaching their post-secondary goals.

Advantage of PNW College Credit

  • Explore a career and earn college credits while still in high school.
  • Save hundreds (or thousands) of dollars on tuition, fees, books & transportation!
  • Explore careers requiring the development of related academic skills in mathematics, communication, science and technology!
  • Learn challenging material taught with a realistic hands-on approach.

2023-2024 College Credit Eligible Courses

College Credits Classes: Pacific Northwest College Credit (PNWCC)

Course TitleCollege   College Course Title  Credits   
ACCOUNTING 1 and 2  
(Must take both classes to receive credit.)  
Bellevue CollegeACCT 101: Practical Accounting 1
ACCT 135: Business Payroll Tax Accounting  
8  
ACCOUNTING 3 and 4  
(Must take both classes to receive credit.)  
Bellevue CollegeACCT 225: Survey of Financial & Managerial Accounting5
ADVANCED CULINARY ARTSLWIT


Renton Tech 
CART 115: Food Service Safety & Sanitation
CULA 140: Management

CUL 110 – Fundamentals 1 
CUL 180 – Industry Communications & Human Relations 
6


6
ADVANCED DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION
(Both semesters)
Bellevue CollegeDMA 246: Video Fundamentals
DMA 247: Video Implementation 
5
5
ADVANCED MARKETING & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
One year)
Bellevue CollegeMKTG 299: Individual Studies in Marketing  5  
AP COMPUTER SCIENCE
One year)
Bellevue College


Edmonds CC 
CS 210: Fundamentals of Computer Science 1 

CIS 199: CIS Special Topics  
5


5
AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES
One year)
Bellevue College

Edmonds CC
PROG 110: Introduction to Programming 

CIS 125: Network Workstation  
5

5
AP PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO/2-D DESIGN  LWIT  DSGN 128: Digital Photography  4  
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1 or 2
One year)
LWIT  AUTO 124: Maintenance Procedures 
AUTO 140: Brake Systems  
AUTO 144: Suspensions, Steering & Alignment  
AUTO 210: Engines, Cylinder Blocks & Cooling Systems  
28  
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1Renton Technical

Shoreline CC
AUTC 101:  Safety/Environmental Issues 


AUTOA 111: Electrical Systems  
AUTOA 112: Braking Systems  
AUTOA 114: Engine Design & Maintenance  
2


17.5  
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 2Renton Technical

Shoreline CC
AUTC 112:  Maintenance & Light Repair 
AUTC 117:  Electrical Systems 

AUTOA 113:  Intro to Steering & Suspension  
AUTOA 115:  Intro to Automotive Drivetrains  
AUTOA 116:  Intro to Engine Performance Systems  
AUTOA 117:  Intro to Air Conditioning & Heating Systems  
14 


15
BIOTECHNOLOGYShoreline CCBIOL 107: Biology & Society  5  
BUILDING INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGIES - CORE PLUS CONSTRUCTIONRenton TechCONST 160: Materials, Methods and Equipment  
CONST 250: Project Safety and Accident Prevention  
7  
BUSINESS LAWBellevue CollegeBUS&201: Business Law  5  
CHILD DEVELOPMENTBellevue College

LWIT
EDUC&115: Child Development 

EDUC&115: Child Development  
5 

5
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY--CCNA  Bellevue College



Edmonds CC
IT 211: Cisco Networking I  
IT 212: Cisco Networking II 
IT 213: Cisco Networking III  

CIS 171: Cisco Networking I  
CIS 172: Cisco Networking II  
CIS 173: Cisco Networking III  
15 



15
CISCO – ADVANCED CYBERSECURITYBellevue College



Edmonds CC
SEC 305: Network Security/Firewall (Students must earn the BC credit for CCNA to qualify for this credit)

CIS 268: Cisco CCNA Security   
5 



5
CODING IN PYTHON 1 & 2 (High school only)  
(Must take both classes to receive credit.)  
Bellevue College

Edmonds CC
PROG 108: Introduction to Scripting  

CIS 100: CIS Fundamentals  
5  

5
CODING IN PYTHON 3 & 4  
(Must take both classes to receive credit.)  
Bellevue CollegePROG 120: Object Oriented Programming Concepts 5  
COMPUTER GRAPHICS 1 or 2  Bellevue College



LWIT
DMA 103: Digital 2D Design   
DSGN 121: Vector Illustration 1 w/ Illustrator  

DSGN 122: Image Editing 1 w/ Photoshop  
5  



8
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGYBellevue College


LWIT


Edmonds CC
IT 101: Introduction to Information Technology  

BTE 120: Business Computer Management  

CIS 100: CIS Fundamentals  
5  


5


5
CULINARY ARTS   Renton Tech





LWIT
CUL 103 – Knife Skills  
CUL 105 – Culinary Foundations  
CUL 114 – Salad Bar  
CUL 118 – Breakfast Cookery  
CUL 119 – Bakery Basics  

CART 110: Introduction to Culinary & Baking Arts  
15  





10
DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION 1 Bellevue College

Shoreline CC
DMA 246: Video Fundamentals 

FILM 256: Video Production 1 


5
DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION 2 Bellevue College

Shoreline CC
DMA 247: Video Implementation 

FILM 257: Video Production 2 


5
ENTREPRENEURSHIP  Bellevue CollegeBUS 250: Entrepreneurship  5  
HEALTH SCIENCE CAREERSBellevue College







LWIT
NAC 106: Nursing Assistant Foundations  
NAC 107: Basic Technical Skills  
NAC 108: Nursing Assistant Clinical Practicum  
AHE 110: Medical Terminology  
AHE 120: Safety for Healthcare  
AHE 130: Human Systems  

IFAD 162: First Aid/CPR for Health Care Providers  
NURS 107: Nursing Assistant Theory  
NURS 108: Nursing Assistant Lab  
NURS 109: Nursing Assistant Practicum  
22  







12
IB BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT  Bellevue College


Shoreline CC
MKTG 131: Principles of Professional Selling  

BUS 120: Principles of Marketing  
5  


5
INTERIOR DESIGN AND HOUSING  Bellevue CollegeINDES 140: Intro to Interior Design  5  
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE  Bellevue CollegeAHE 100: Intro to Healthcare  5  
INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE  LWITHORT 299: Horticulture Independent Studies   2  
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING  Shoreline CC

Bellevue College
BUS 120: Principles of Marketing   

MKTG 131: Principles of Professional Selling  
5  

5
MOBILE GAME DEVELOPMENT Bellevue CollegeDMA 113: Digital 3D Design 
NURSERY & GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS (Year)  LWITHORT 299: Horticulture Independent Studies  6  
PERSONAL FINANCE  Bellevue CollegeBUS 102: Personal Money Management  
BUS 103: Personal Savings  
BUS 104: Personal Credit  
BUS 105: Personal Taxes  
BUS 108: Personal Investment  
5  
PHOTOGRAPHY 1 or 2   LWITDSGN 128: Digital Photography  4  
RETAIL MANAGEMENT-STUDENT STORE Bellevue CollegeMKTG 135: Principles of Retailing 
TEACHING ACADEMY 1 or 2 (One year)  Cascadia CC

Bellevue College
EDUC 102: Field Experience in Education  

EDUC&205: Introduction to Education  
5  

5
TECHNICAL THEATER 1 and/or 2 (One year)  Shoreline CCDRAMA 207: Theater Production 1  
DRAMA 208: Theater Production 2  
DRAMA 209: Theater Production 3  
6  
TELEVISION BROADCASTING (Year-long)  Bellevue College

Shoreline CC
DMA 246: Video Fundamentals  

FILM 257: Video Production 2  
5  

5
VIDEO GAME & SIMULATION DESIGN Bellevue CollegeDMA 113: Digital 3D Design 
WELDING TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN AND FABRICATION   LWITWELD 101: Oxy/Acetylene Cutting & Welding  6  

COLLEGE CREDITS- OTHER 

Course TitleCollege   College Course Title  Credits   
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (One year)  Bellevue College in the High School BIOL 108: Human Biology  6  
CULINARY ARTS and ADVANCED CULINARY ARTS (2 years)  Culinary Institute of AmericaFood Safety (ServSafe)  
Mathematics (challenge test required)  
1.5  
1.5

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.