|NA/NAJ (novice)||UAG1 (agility 1)||NAC (novice)||AD (agility dog)|
|OA/OAJ (open)||UAG2 (agility 2)||OAC (open)||AAD (advanced)|
|AX/AXJ (excellent)||EAC (elite)||MAD (master)|
|MX/MXJ (master)||UACH (agility champion)||NATCH (agility trial champion)||ADCH (agility dog champion)|
|MACH (master agility champion)||UACHX (agility champion excellent)|
Games/Non-Regular Class Titles
|NGC,NJC||J,G,R,S (non-titling, dogs without an AD)|
|OGC,OJC||J,G,R,S (non-titling, 2 Qs to move to 3rd level)|
- Each of the titles through the advanced level requires three legs, except the MAD which requires three Master’s level titling legs and one (each) Masters level game legs.
- MX/MXJ: 10 qualifying Excellent legs beyond the AX/AXJ.
- MACH: 750 Championship points (based on time under SCT & class placement), plus 20 double-Qs (qualifying in both Excellent standard and JWW classes on same day=1 QQ). The MACH title will be followed by a number indicating the number of times the dog has exceeded the requirements for a MACH, i.e. MACH2 (1500 CPs, 40 QQs), MACH3 (2250 CPs, 60 QQs)
- NATCH: 10 clear rounds each of Elite level Jumpers and Gamblers legs, plus 200 points in Elite Titling (10 pts. for clear round, 5 pts. for 5 or less faults) after obtaining each Elite Title.
- ADCH: MAD plus 4 additional legs from each of the Masters Games.
- UACH: 100 pts. (based on score table…points earned only for scores 196+) accumulated by scores in AG1 and AG2 runs after both titles have been earned. UACHX: earn 5 qualifying scores in the Agility 3 class at 5 different trials. Three Qs may be under the same judge. A qualifying score in Agility 3 is a score of 196+.
- ASCA is run under identical rules to the "old" NADAC rules, and gives out titles similar to NADAC except formatted differently, i.e. NJC becomes JC-N, EAC becomes AC-E, etc…
- NADAC and USDAA also give out Veterans, Junior Handler, and Performance (lower jump heights) titles.
- AKC also gives out "Preferred" (lower jump heights) titles usually designated by adding a P to the title, e.g. NAP
- The AKC International Standards Class (ISC) is designed to aid in selection of World Team competitors.