Tift County Schools

Move On When Ready

Move On When Ready is Georgia’s new dual enrollment program that allows high school students (9th – 12th grade) to earn college credit while working on their high school diploma. Move On When Ready replaces Accel, HOPE Grant for dual enrollment and the previous Move On When Ready program. The new Move On When Ready program now covers tuition, mandatory fees and required textbooks.

MOWR Fall '16 Deadline: Ended
MOWR Spring '17 Deadline: October 7, 2016
MOWR OPTIONS
OPTION 1
MOWR student has a choice of remaining in high school and taking some college courses. Student will graduate with a minimum of 26 credits.
Part Time (1, 2, or 3 college courses)
Full Time (All 4 college courses)
 
 OPTION 2
 MOWR student will take (2) English, (2) Math, (2) Science, (2) Social Studies, (1) Health/Personal Fitness, and all EOC State Exams associated with the above listed courses.
 AND complete (1) of the following:
 Associates Degree
Technical College Diploma
(2) Technical College Certificates
MOWR ELIGIBILTY
SRTC ABAC
  1. Current high school student grades 9-12
  2. No minimum GPA
  3. Required Tests (must meet 1 of the following)
  1. Current high school student grades 9-12
  2. Must have a 3.0 academic/core GPA
  3. Required Tests (must meet 1 of the following)
Diploma/Certification: Compass Test
Reading - 70
PreAlgebra - 26
Writing - 32
SAT - 970
(combined critical reading + math)
No less than 480 per section
 
 
Degree: Compass Test
Reading - 79
Algebra - 37
Writing - 62
ACT - 20
(composite score)
No less than 20 on English/Math
 
Degree: (replaces Compass Test)
SAT: CR = 450 & M = 440
ACT: English = 17 & Math = 19
 
   
EXEMPTING LEARNING SUPPORT
In the event a student meets the minimum score requirements but scores less than a 480 on any SAT section or less than a 20 on English/Math ACT sections, he/she will be required to take the Compass test to exempt learning support. (This is not part of initial enrollment.)
 
USG & TCSG ACCEPTED COURSES
USG institutions and TCSG institutions will accept the following general education courses for transfer between their respective SACS/COC accredited institutions
Technical College System of Georgia Title Prefix & Number
University System of Georgia Equivalent
 
 
USG Area Option if USG Equivalent Not Available
 
 

American  Government      

POLS 1101*

POLS 1101

Area E – Social Sciences

American Literature         

ENGL 2130

ENGL 2130

Area C – Humanities, Fine  Arts,& Ethics

Art Appreciation                 ARTS 1101

ARTS 1100 - 1107

Area C - Humanities, Fine Arts, & Ethics

Biology Introduction I   

BIOL 1111

BIOL 1111L

BIOL 1111 BIOL 1111L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors  biology credit

  Biology Introduction II   BIOL   1112

  BIOL 1112L

BIOL 1112 BIOL 1112L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors biology credit

Calculus                             MATH 1131

MATH 1131

Area A2 – Quantitative Skills

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math & Tech

Chemistry I ( Intro)      

CHEM 1151

CHEM 1151L

CHEM 1151 CHEM 1151L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors chemistry credit

Chemistry II (Intro)    

CHEM 1152

CHEM 1152L

CHEM 1152 CHEM 1152L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors chemistry credit

College Algebra                MATH 1111

MATH 1111

Area A2 – Quantitative Skills

Economics (Macro)

ECON 1199

 

Area E for Non - Majors

Economics (Micro)  

ECON 1198

 

Area E for Non - Majors

Economics (Principles)

ECON 1101

ECON 1101

Area E – Social Sciences

English Composition I

ENGL 1101

ENGL 1101

Area A1 –Communication

English Composition II

ENGL 1102

ENGL 1102

Area A1 –Communication

Humanities (Intro)    

HUMN 1101

HUMN 1101

Area C – Humanities, Fine Arts & Ethics

Math Modeling  (Intro)

MATH 1101

MATH 1101

Area A2 – Quantitative Skills

Pre – Calculus          

MATH 1113

MATH 1113

Area A2 or Area D

Physics I (Intro)

PHYS 1111

PHYS 1111L

PHYS 1111 PHYS 1111L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors physics credit

Physics II (Intro)

PHYS 1112  

PHYS 1112L

PHYS 1112 PHYS 1112L

Area D – Natural Sciences, Math, & Technology

Non – Majors physics credit

Psychology (Intro)      

PSYC 1101

PSYC 1101

Area E – Social Sciences

Public Speaking      

SPCH 1101

COMM 1100-1110

Area B – Institutional Options

Area C – Humanities, Fine Arts & Ethics

Sociology (Intro)        

SOCI 1101

SOCI 1101

Area E – Social Sciences

Statistics (Intro)      

MATH 1127

MATH 1127

Area D – Natural Sciences,

Math, & Technology

(not approved in the USG for Area A)

US History I                    

HIST 2111**

HIST 2111

Area E – Social Sciences

US History II                

HIST 2112**

HIST 2112

Area E – Social Sciences

World History I        

HIST 1111

HIST 1111

Area E – Social Sciences

World History II      

HIST 1112

HIST 1112

Area E – Social Sciences

*Satisfies US and GA Constitution legislative requirements
**Satisfies US and GA History legislative requirements

For Students & Parents

Application Information

Part Time MOWR
Scheduling Options

In conjunction with college courses students may take:

Face-to-Face Courses

at their base school

 OR
Online Courses through
Tift Academy