Transfer Credit

Age of Credit

Undergraduate credits which are more than ten years old may be reviewed and reevaluated for credit toward current degree requirements at UWF. Specific programs and teacher education programs may have more stringent requirements.

Transfer Credit

Level of Transferred Courses

Courses from institutions whose accrediting agency is included on the list of approved accrediting agencies with appropriate grades are acceptable for transfer credit and will be transferred at the level that the course was classified by the institution granting the credit. 

Transfer Grades

A 'P' grade in a transferred pass/fail course may be used to satisfy General Education and Gordon Rule requirements if there is documentation provided by the student that the 'P' was equal to a grade of C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or higher or if pass/fail was the only grading system available for the transferred course.

Transfer Credit

The receipt and coordination of the evaluation of undergraduate transfer credits is the responsibility of the Office of Undergraduate Admission. The Office of Undergraduate Admission evaluates transfer credit for General Education, Gordon Rule, foreign language, civic literacy, and multicultural course requirements necessary for graduation with a baccalaureate degree. However, the department chairperson for the program to which an applicant applies has authority in determining which courses are applicable toward the requirements for that degree at UWF. In many instances, exact course equivalents are determined after consultation with the departments.

All satisfactorily completed courses from a Florida public postsecondary institution or a postsecondary institution whose accrediting agency is included on the UWF list of approved accrediting agencies that participates in Florida’s Statewide Course Numbering System (SCNS) and bear the same SCNS course prefix and last three digits as a UWF course will automatically be transferred pursuant to the Florida Statewide Articulation Agreement. Applicability of such credits to a degree program will be determined by the degree program requirements in effect at the time of the student’s admission to the University or readmission in the event the student does not maintain continuous enrollment. 

Applicants with credits from institutions whose accrediting agency is not included on the UWF list of approved accrediting agencies or an institution that participates in Florida's SCNS at the time the credits were earned may petition the Office of Undergraduate Admission for a re-evaluation of the credits earned at such institutions. In order to be eligible to submit a petition, an applicant must have earned a minimum of 20 credits at UWF with a cumulative UWF Grade Point Average (“GPA”) of at least 2.0.

Transfer credit is normally granted for all courses completed at institutions whose accrediting bodies are included on the list of UWF approved accrediting agencies. No credit, however, is allowed for technical, vocational, or pre-college courses. UWF reserves the right to evaluate specific courses and deny undergraduate transfer credit. 

  1. Credits earned from Florida public institutions will be evaluated on the basis of the Florida Statewide Course Numbering System.
  2. Those courses considered equivalent will be accepted for transfer credit at the level at which the course was classified by the institution originally awarding the credit.
  3. Courses are considered equivalent when the prefix and the last three numerical digits of the course number are the same.
  4. Courses not considered equivalent may be accepted for transfer credit at the discretion of the departmental chairperson.
  5. All grades earned at other institutions whose accrediting agency is included on the UWF list of approved agencies are entered on a student's record at the time of transfer exactly as earned. Such grades are averaged separately from grades earned at UWF and are not considered in the UWF GPA.
  6. Transfer grades are used in determining baccalaureate honors. Transfer courses appear on the UWF transcript.

The University accepts the A.A. from Florida public institutions at face value and a minimum of 60 semester credit hours are automatically awarded. The credits of all other AA degree transfer applicants will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. College work completed with satisfactory grades by a student at an institution whose accrediting agency is included on the UWF list of approved accrediting agencies prior to graduation from high school will be considered under the same guidelines as other transfer work.

UWF has made agreements with institutions and agencies which address the transfer of credits. UWF will make additional agreements with institutions or agencies which address the transfer of credits. The provisions of the existing and future agreements which address the transfer of credits are, and shall be, exempt from the requirements of this policy and UWF Regulation 3.033 to the extent that such provisions are, or shall be, contrary to the provisions of this regulation.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions must be provided an official transcript of such work.  

*UWF REG 3.033

Transfer of Credit for Matriculated Students

UWF degree-seeking students completing coursework at other institutions should complete and submit the Transient Student Form. Completion requires that the student:

  • Obtain permission of the major advisor prior to enrollment at another institution;
  • Consult with the Director of the First Year Advising Center if completing the UWF General Education requirements
  • Obtain certification from the Office of the Registrar for residency and degree status for students taking courses at a Florida public college or university.

The determination of specific course requirements (Gordon Rule, General Education, etc.) will be made upon receipt of the official transcript. The major department will determine course equivalency for courses in the major.

UWF List of Approved Accrediting Agencies for Acceptance of Transfer Credit

Courses from institutions whose accrediting bodies are listed below will be eligible for transfer to UWF.

  • Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) Western Association of Schools and College
  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)


  • Middle States Commission of Higher Education (MSCHE)

  • New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)

  • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

  • WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)

Non-Traditional Credit

The University recognizes the following programs for which undergraduate students may receive academic credit. A combined total of 60 semester hours, of which not more than 20 semester hours may be upper-division credit, may be accepted for transfer. Credit toward major requirements must be approved by the student's major department. Categories and maximum acceptable limits are as follows:

Category Credit
Advanced Placement Program (AP) 45 sh
Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) 45 sh
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) 45 sh
Correspondence/extended learning 30 sh
Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) 45 sh
Departmental proficiency examination 45 sh
International Baccalaureate program (IB) 45 sh
Military Service schools (Postsecondary Credit) 60 sh
Proficiency examination program 45 sh
UEXCEL (Excelsior) examinations 45 sh
USAFI/DANTES (DSST) credit 45 sh

Dual credit on CLEP is not allowed for similar examinations. For example, a student may earn credit on the CLEP general examination in English composition or on the subject matter examination in English composition, but not on both. Likewise, as student may earn credit for college algebra or on college algebra/trigonometry, but not both. In accordance with the articulation agreement and because CLEP credit is regarded in the same category as transfer credit, students who have earned CLEP credit in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the A.A. from a Florida public institution will be awarded credit on the basis of their presentation of the A.A. The University of West Florida will not evaluate individually the credits on which the A.A. degree is based. Transfer students who have completed a General Education program at a Florida public institution and whose transcript is so marked will be considered to have completed the General Education requirements at UWF. A second evaluation of CLEP credits will not be undertaken at this University. CLEP credits for transfer students other than those identified in the above sections will be awarded according to the guidelines stipulated by the Florida Administrative Code. Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for detailed information. 

Massive Open Online Course

  1. Undergraduate students who are admitted as degree-seeking students to the University of West Florida (UWF) and who have completed nontraditional online college level courses prior to initial enrollment as a degree-seeking student in undergraduate education at UWF may request that the University evaluate that work to determine if credit might be awarded. These courses may include, but are not limited to, massive open online courses (MOOCs)
     
  2. Award of credit for nontraditional online courses must meet the following conditions:
    1. University faculty have determined the online course content and learning outcomes to be comparable to a course offered at the institution;
    2. Nontraditional online courses meet the quality and accreditation standards intended for a transfer course;  
    3. The subject area faculty have determined that the online course is relevant to the student’s intended program of study; and
    4. The coursework must have been completed prior to the student’s initial term of enrollment.
       
  3. Students wishing to have such online coursework evaluated for the purpose of receiving credit must comply with procedural guidelines established for this policy.
     
  4. If the online college coursework did not result in credit awarded by the institution offering the online course the student must provide the following information for evaluation by qualified faculty at UWF:
    1. Name and address of the institution/organization offering the online course;
    2. A syllabus for the course;
    3. Credentials of the faculty who taught the course;
    4. Course objectives and learning outcomes for the course; and
    5. Other information requested by an academic department’s subject area faculty in order to determine demonstrated mastery of course learning outcomes.

The provision of these materials does not constitute the University’s acceptance of the online college coursework for academic credit. Any award of UWF academic credit for the coursework presented must be based on an independent verification by qualified UWF faculty of the knowledge and skills attained in the coursework. This is done through a mechanism such as a UWF proctored proficiency examination.

  1. If credit for the online coursework was awarded by another institution of higher education the student must submit an official transcript reflecting the award of credit. The transferability of that work will be determined with the same processes and criteria for other credit-bearing transferred courses.
     
  2. Students will be notified if the credit sought has been approved. If they wish to appeal the decision of the faculty they may do so by submitting an appeal to the college dean, per procedural guidelines established for this policy. Credit awarded for online coursework completed prior to the initial term of enrollment will not be noted on a UWF transcript until completion of the first semester of enrollment as a degree-seeking student. Students who do not enroll at the University of West Florida will not receive a UWF transcript. 

*UWF AC-42.01

Correspondence Study

Students who anticipate taking correspondence courses should discuss these plans with their faculty advisor. Information regarding correspondence courses offered for the Florida public universities may be obtained by writing to the Department of Independent Study, 2209 NW 13th Street, Suite D, Gainesville, Florida 32609-3498.

Other contact information is as follows: (352) 392-1711, x. 200; Request Information.

It is the student's responsibility to have an official transcript forwarded to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Credit by Proficiency

Degree-seeking Students

Transfer credit earned through credit by proficiency from another regionally accredited institution of higher education can be articulated to UWF credit pending approval from the UWF department chair that owns the course.  A maximum of thirty (30) semester hours of credit by proficiency (all categories) can be applied to an undergraduate degree at UWF.  Once a student is offered admission to UWF, the burden is on the student to request that their credit by proficiency be evaluated by the UWF department chair that owns the course.  Upon the Office of Undergraduate Admissions receiving official approval from the department chair for credit by proficiency and the UWF course equivalent, the course credit will be applied to the students’ degree plan. 

Non-degree-seeking Students

Transfer credit earned through credit by proficiency from another regionally accredited institution of higher education will only be considered for evaluation for Non-Degree students if the course has the potential to articulate as a prerequisite course required for registration into the course of which the Non-
Degree student wishes to enroll.  The approval process for credit by proficiency for Non-Degree students is the same for Degree-Seeking students and must be approved by the UWF department chair who oversees the course.  Once a student is cleared as a UWF Non-Degree student, the burden is on the student to request credit by proficiency be evaluated by the department chair.

BOG 6.006, UWF AC-41.01

Advance Placement Program (AP)

AP Exam AP Exam Score of 3 AP Exam Score of 4 AP Exam Score of 5
2-D Art and Design 1 ART 2201C (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
3-D Art and Design 2 ART 2203C (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Art History ARH 1000 core (min. 3 credits)

ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 (min. 6 credits)

Same as 4
Art History ARH 1000 core (min. 3 credits) ARH 1000 core and ARH 2050 or ARH 2051 (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
Biology BSC 1005 BSC 1005L core (min. 4 credits) BSC 2010 BSC 2010L core (min. 4 credits) BSC 2010 BSC 2010L core and BSC 2011 BSC 2011L (min. 8 credits)
Calculus AB MAC 2311 core (min. 4 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Calculus BC MAC 2311 core (min. 4 credits) MAC 2311 core and MAC 2312 (min. 8 credits) Same as 4
Capstone Research *IDS 1XX1 (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Capstone Seminar *IDS 1350 (min of 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Chemistry CHM 1020 CHM 1020L core (min 4 credits) CHM 2045 CHM 2045L core (min 4 credits) CHM 2045 CHM 2045L core and CHM 2046 CHM 2046L (min 8 credits)
Chinese Language and Culture CHI 2200 (min 3 credits) CHI 2200 and CHI 2XX1 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
Computer Science A *CGS 1075 (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Computer Science AB *CGS 1076 (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Computer Science Principles COP 1000 (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Drawing 3 ART 1300C (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Economics: Macro ECO 2013 core (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Economics: Micro ECO 2023 (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
English Language and Composition 4 ENC 1101 core (min 3 credits) ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
English Literature and Composition 4 ENC 1101 core or LIT 2000 (min 3 credits) ENC 1101 core and either ENC 1102 or LIT 2000 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
Environmental Science EVR 2001 core (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
European History *,**EUH 1009 (min 3 credits) EUH 1000 and EUH 1001 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
French Language and Culture FRE 2200 (min 3 credits) FRE 2200 and FRE 2210 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
French Literature *FRW2XX1 (min 3 credits) *FRW 2XX1 and *FRW 2XX2 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
German Language and Culture GER 2240 (min 3 credits) GER 2240 and GER 2241 (min 6 credits) Same as 4
Government and Politics: Comparative CPO 2002 (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Government and Politics: United States POS 2041 core (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Human Geography *,**GEO 1400 (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Italian Language and Culture *XFER 2XX1 (min. 3 credits) *XFER 2XX1 and *XFER 2XX2 (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
Japanese Language and Culture JPN 2200 (min. 3 credits) JPN 2200 and JPN 2201 (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
Latin: Latin Literature *XFER 1700 Same as 3 Same as 3
Latin: Vergil *XFER 1321 Same as 3 Same as 3
Latin *XFER 1700 or *XFER 1321 Same as 3 Same as 3
Music Theory *MUT 1001 if composite score is 3 or higher. MUT 1111 and *MUT 1241 if both aural and non-aural subscores are 3 or higher. (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Physics 1 PHY 2053 PHY 2053L core (min 4 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Physics 2 PHY 2054 PHY 2054L (min 4 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Physics B PHY 2053 PHY 2053L core (min. 4 credits) PHY 2053 PHY 2053L core and PHY 2054 2054L (min. 8 credits) Same as 4
Physics C: Electricity / Magnetism PHY 2054 PHY 2054L (min. 4 credits) PHY 2049 PHY 2049L (min. 4 credits) Same as 4
Physics C: Mechanics PHY 2053 PHY 2053L core (min. 4 credits) PHY 2048 PHY 2048L core (min. 4 credits) Same as 4
Psychology PSY 2012 core (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
Spanish Language and Culture SPN 2200 (min. 3 credits) SPN 2200 and SPN 2210 (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
Spanish Literature *SPW 1XX1 (min. 3 credits) *SPW 1XX1 and *SPW 1XX2 (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
Statistics STA 2023 core (min 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3
United States History *,**AMH 1000 (min. 3 credits) AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 core (min. 6 credits) Same as 4
World History *,**WOH 1022 (min. 3 credits) Same as 3 Same as 3

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE)

Exam Passing Score of "A", "B", "C", "D", "E" (grades are not based on the American "A" - "F" grading scale)
Accounting (AS-Level) *ACG 2001 (min. 3 credits)
Accounting (A-Level) *ACG 2001 and *ACG 2XX1 (min. 6 credits)
Applied ICT –Information, Communication Technology (AS-Level) CGS 2060 or *CGS 1100 (min. 3 credits)
Applied ICT- Information, Communication Technology (A-Level) Institutional discretion/elective credit (min 6 credits)CGS 2060 and *CGS 2XX1
Art and Design (AS-Level) *ART 1XX1 (min. 3 credits)
Art and Design (A-Level) No number recommendation (min. 6 credits)*ART 1XX1 and *ART 1XX2
Biology (AS-Level) BSC 1005 BSC 1005L core (min. 4 credits)
Biology (A-Level) BSC 2010 BSC 2010L core and additional credit at institution's discretion, based on optional topics studied *,**(BSC 2XX1) (min 7 credits)
Business Studies (AS-Level) GEB 1011 (min. 3 credits)
Business Studies (A-Level) GEB 1011 and *GEB 1XX1 (min. 6 credits)
Chemistry (AS-Level) CHM 1020 CHM 1020L core (min. 4 credits)
Chemistry (A-Level) "CHM 1020 CHM 1020L core and CHM 2045 CHM 2045L core (min 8 credits)"
Classical Studies (AS-Level) *CLA 1010 (min. 3 credits)
Computer Science (AS-Level) COP 1000 (min. 3 credits)
Computer Science (A Level) COP 1000 and COP 1220* (min, 6 credits)
Computing (AS-Level) *CGS 1073 (min. 3 credits)
Computing (A-Level) *CGS 1073 and *CGS 1074 (min. 6 credits)
Design and Technology (AS-Level) *ETI 1482C (min. 3 credits)
Design and Technology (A-Level) *ETI 1482 1482L and *ETI 1XX1 (min. 6 credits)
Divinity (AS-Level) *, **REL 1210 (min. 3 credits)
Divinity (A-Level) *, **REL 1210 and REL 1240 (min. 6 credits)
Economics (AS-Level) *,**ECO 1000 (min. 3 credits)
Economics (A-Level) ECO 2013 core and ECO 2023 (min. 6 credits)
English (AS-Level) – English Language or Language & Literature in English ENC 1101 core (min. 3 credits)
English (A Level) 1 ENC 1101 core and either ENC 1102 or LIT 2000 core (min 6 credits)
English (AS-Level) – Literature in English 2 ENC 1101 core or ENC 1102 (min. 3 credits)
English (A-Level) – Literature in English 3 ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 or ENC 1102 and LIT 2000 (min. 6 credits)
Environmental Management (AS-Level) 4 EVR 2001 core (min. 3 credits)
French Language (AS-Level) FRE 2200 (min. 3 credits)
French Literature (AS-Level) *FRW 2XX1(min. 3 credits)
French (A-Level) FRE 2200 and FRE 2210 (min. 6 credits)
Further Mathematics (A-Level) MAC 2311 core and *, **MAC 2312 or STA 2023 core (min of 6 credits)
English General Paper (Formally General Paper) *IDS 1110 (min. 3 credits)
Geography (AS-Level) GEA 2000 (min. 3 credits)
Geography (A-Level) *GEO 1200 and *GEO 1400 (min. 6 credits)
German Language (AS-Level) GER 2240 (min. 3 credits)
German (A-Level) GER 2240 and GER 2241 (min. 6 credits)
Global Perspectives 1 (AS-Level) *ISS 1011 or *ISS 1013 (3 credits)
Global Perspectives Pre-U Independent Research II (A-Level) *ISS 1011 and *ISS 1012 (6 credits)
History – The History of the USA, c. 1840-1968 *,**AMH 1042 (3 credits) (Revised for 2015)
History – Modern European History, 1789-1939 *,**EUH 1031 or *,**EUH 1002 (3 credits) (Revised for 2015)
History – International History, 1945-1991 *,*HIS 1206 or ,**WOH 1040 (3 credits) (Revised for 2015)
History, US History, c.1840-1941 (AS-Level) *,**AMH 1029 (3 credits)
History, US History, c.1840-1990 (A-Level) *,**AMH 1029 and AMH 2020 core (6 credits)
History, European History, c.1789-1917 (AS-Level) *,**EUH 1031 (3 credits)
History, European History, c.1789-1941 (A-Level) *,**EUH 1031 and *,**EUH 1XX1 (6 credits)
History, International Relations/History, c.1871-1945 (AS-Level) *,**WOH 1040 (3 credits)
History, International Relations/History, c.1871-1991 (A-Level) *,**WOH 1040 and *,**WOH 1043 (6 credits)
Latin (AS-Level) At least one semester of language credit up to elementary II level *LAT 1XX1(min. 3 credits)
Marine Science (AS-Level) *,**OCE 1001 (min. 3 credits)
Marine Science (A-Level) *,**OCE 1001 and *,**OCB 1000 (min. 6 credits)
Mathematics (AS-Level) MAC 1147 (min 4 credits)
Mathematics (A-Level) MAC 2311 core and other Mathematics course *MAC 1XX1 (min 6 credits)
Media Studies (AS- Level) *DIG 1000 (min 3 credits)
Media Studies (A-Level) *DIG 1000 and *DIG 1001 (min 6 credits)
Music (AS-Level) *,**MUH 1001 (min. 3 credits)
Music (A-Level) *,**MUH 1001 and *,**MUH 1011 (min. 6 credits)
Physics (AS-Level) PHY 1020 PHY 1020L core (min. 3 credits)
Physics (A-Level) PHY 2053 PHY 2053L core and PHY 2054 PHY 2054L (min 8 credits)
Psychology (AS-Level) PSY 2012 core (min. 3 credits)
Psychology (A-Level) PSY 2012 core and other Psychology course *,**(PSY 2XX1) (min. 6 credits)
Sociology (AS-Level) SYG 2000 core (3 credits)
Sociology (A-Level) SYG 2000 core (min. 3 credits)
Spanish Language (AS-Level) SPN 2200 (min 3 credits)
Spanish Literature (AS-Level) *SPW 1XX1 (min. 3 credits)
Spanish (A-Level) SPN 2200 and SPN 2210 (min of 6 credits)
Thinking Skills (AS-Level) PHI 2103 (min. 3 credits)
Thinking Skills (A-Level) PHI 2103 and other Philosophy course *,**(PHI 2XX1) (min. 6 credits)
Travel and Tourism (AS-Level) HFT 2000 (min. 3 credits)
Travel and Tourism (A-Level) HFT 2000 and other Hospitality Management related credit *HFT 2XX1 (min. 6 credits)

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) 

Exam Scale Score of 50 for Passing
Accounting, Principles of ACG 2001 (min. 3 credits)
Algebra, College MAC 1105 core (min. 3 credits)
Algebra-Trigonometry, College MAC 1147 (min. 4 credits)
American Government POS 2041 core (min. 3 credits)
American Literature AML 1000 (min. 3 credits)
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature No direct equivalent. Recommend American or English Literature exams instead.
Biology, General BSC 1005 core (min. 3 credits)
Business Law, Introduction to BUL 2241 (min. 3 credits)
Calculus MAC 2233 (min. 3 credits)
Chemistry, General CHM 1020 core (min. 3 credits)
College Composition ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 (min. 6 credits)
College Composition Modular ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 (min. 6 credits)
Educational Psychology, Introduction to EDP 1002 (min. 3 credits)
English Composition with Essay 1 ENC 1101 core (min. 3 credits)
English Literature ENL 1000 (min. 3 credits)
Financial Accounting ACG 2001 (min. 3 credits)
French Language 2 FRE 1120C (min. 3 credits)
Freshman Composition No direct equivalent. Recommend English Composition with Essay instead.
German Language 3 GER 1120C (min. 3 credits)
History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877 AMH 2010 (min. 3 credits)
History of the United States II: 1865 to Present AMH 2020 core (min. 3 credits)
Human Growth and Development DEP 2004 (min. 3 credits)
Humanities HUM 2235 or HUM 2250 (min. 3 credits)
Information Systems and Computer Applications CGS 2060 (min. 3 credits)
Macroeconomics, Principles of ECO 2013 core (min. 3 credits)
Management, Principles of MAN 1021 (min. 3 credits)
Marketing, Principles of MAR 1011 (min. 3 credits)
Mathematics, College MGF 1106 core or MGF 1107 core (min. 3 credits)
Microeconomics, Principles of ECO 2023 (min. 3 credits)
Natural Science No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.
Precalculus MAC 1140 (min. 3 credits)
Psychology, Introductory PSY 2012 core (min. 3 credits)
Social Science and History No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.
Sociology, Introductory SYG 2000 core (min. 3 credits)
Spanish Language 4 SPN1120C (min. 3 credits)
Spanish with Writing: Level 1 SPN 1120C Spanish I (min. 3 credits)
Spanish with Writing : Level 2 SPN 1120C Spanish I and SPN 1121C Spanish II (min. 6 credits)
Trigonometry MAC 1114 (min. 2 credits)
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 EUH 1000 (min. 3 credits)
Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present EUH 1001 (min. 3 credits)

Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT)

Exam Passing Score 3-3+ Passing Score 4-5
Albanian ALB 1XX1* and ALB 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) ALB 1XX1*, ALB 1XX2* and ALB 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Arabic (Algerian) ARA 1120C and ARA 1121C (min. 6 credits) ARA 1120C, ARA 1121C and ARA 2200C (min. 9credits)
Arabic (MSA) ARA 1120C and ARA 1121C (min. 6 credits) ARA 1120C, ARA 1121C and ARA2200C (min. 9 credits)
Arabic (Saudi) ARA 1120C and ARA 1121C (min. 6 credits) ARA 1120C, ARA 1121C and ARA 2200C (min. 9 credits)
Arabic (Sudanese) ARA 1120C and ARA 1121C (min. 6 credits) ARA 1120C, ARA 1121C and ARA 2200C (min. 9 credits)
Arabic (Yemeni) ARA 1120C and ARA 1121C (min. 6 credits) ARA 1120C, ARA 1121C and ARA 2200C (min. 9 credits)
Azerbaijani AZE 1XX1* and AZE 1XX2 (min. 6 credits) AZE 1XX1*, AZE 1XX2 and AZE 2XX1 (min. 9 credits)
Cantonese CAN 1XX1* and CAN 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) CAN 1XX1*, CAN 1XX2 and CAN 2XX1 (min. 9 credits)
Cebuano CEB 1XX1* and CEB 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) CEB 1XX1*, CEB 1XX2 and CEB 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Chavacano CHA 1XX1* and CHA 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) CHA 1XX1*, CHA 1XX2* and CHA 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Chinese Mandarin CHI 1100 and CHI 1101 (min. 6 credits) CHI 1100, CHI 1101 and CHI2200 (min. 9 credits)
Dari-Afghan DA 1XX1* and DA 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) DA 1XX1*, DA 1XX2* and DA 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
French FRE 1120C and FRE 1121C (min. 6 credits) FRE 1120C and FRE 1121C and FRE 2200 (min. 9 credits)
German GER 1120C and GER 1121C (min. 6 credits) GER 1120C, GER 1121C, and GER 2240 (min. 9 credits)
Greek GRE 1XX1* and GRE 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) GRE 1XX1*, GRE 1XX2* and GRE 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Haitian Creole HC 1XX1* and HC 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) HC 1XX1*, HC 1XX2* and HC 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Hebrew HEB 1XX1* and HEB 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) HEB 1XX1*, HEB 1XX2* and HEB 1XX3* (min. 9 credits)
Hindi HIN 1XX1* and HIN 1XX2*(min. 6 credits) HIN 1XX1*, HIN 1XX2* and HIN 2XX1*(min. 9 credits)
Indonesian JN 1XX1* and JN 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) JN 1XX1*, JN 1XX2* and JN 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Japanese JPN 1120C and JPN 1121C (min. 6 credits) JPN 1120C, JPN 1121C and JPN 2200 (min. 9 credits)
Korean KP 1XX1* and KP 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) KP 1XX1*, KP 1XX2* and KP 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Kurdish (Sorani) KUR 1XX1* and KUR 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) KUR 1XX1*, KUR 1XX2* and KUR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Norwegian NOR 1XX1* and NOR 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) NOR 1XX1*, NOR 1XX2* and NOR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Pashto-Afghan PV 1XX1* and PV 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) PV 1XX1*, PV 1XX2* and PV 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Persian (Farsi/Urdu) PF 1XX1* and PF 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) PF 1XX1*, PF 1XX2* and PF 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Portuguese POR 1XX1* and POR 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) POR 1XX1*, POR 1XX2*, and POR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Punjabi PUN 1XX1* and PUN 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) PUN 1XX1*, PUN 1XX2* and PUN 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Russian RU 1XX1* and RU 2XX1* (min. 6 credits) RU 1XX1*, RU 1XX2*and RU 2XX1 (min. 9 credits)
Serbian/Croatian SC 1XX1* and SC 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) SC 1XX1*, SC 1XX2 and SC 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Somali SOM 1XX1* and SOM 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) SOM 1XX1*, SOM 1XX2* and SOM 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Spanish SPN 1120C and SPN 1121C (min. 6 credits) SPN 1120C, SPN 1121C and SPN 2200 (min. 9 credits)
Swahili SWA 1XX1* and SWA 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) SWA 1XX1*, SWA 1XX2 and SWA 2XX1*(min. 9 credits)
Tagalog TA 1XX1* and TA 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) TA 1XX1*, TA 1XX2* and TA 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Tausug TAU 1XX1* and TAU 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) TAU 1XX1*, TAU 1XX2* and TAU 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Turkish TUR 1XX1* and TUR 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) TUR 1XX1*, TUR 1XX2* and TUR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Urdu UR 1XX1* and UR 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) UR 1XX1*, UR 1XX2* and UR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Uzbek UZB 1XX1* and UZB 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) UZB 1XX1*, UZB 1XX2* and UZB 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Yoruba YOR 1XX1* and YOR 1XX2 * (min. 6 credits) YOR 1XX1*, YOR 1XX2* and YOR 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)
Vietnamese VIE 1XX1* and VIE 1XX2* (min. 6 credits) VIE 1XX1*, VIE 1XX2, and VIE 2XX1* (min. 9 credits)

International Baccalaureate Program (IB)

Exam IB Score of 4 Minimum 3 credits per exam IB Score of 5-7 Minimum 6 credits per exam. If courses listed do not equal 6 credits, institutions must give elective credit or assign own numbers
Math Analysis and Approaches (SL) MAC 1105 MGF 1106 and MAC 1105
Math Analysis and Approaches (HL) MAC 1147 MAC 2311 and MAC 1147
Math Applications and Interpretations (SL) MAC 1140 MAC 1147 and MGF 1106
Math Applications and Interpretations (HL) MAC 1140 MAC 1147 and MGF 1106
Biology BSC 1005 BSC 1005L core BSC 1005 BSC 1005L core and BSC 2010 BSC 2010L core
Biology (SL) 1 BSC1005C core or BSC1005/1005L core Same as 4
Biology (HL) 1 BSC1005C core or BSC1005/1005L core BSC 1005c core and BSC 2010C core or BSC 1005/BSC 1005/L core and BSC2010/2010L core
Business and Management GEB 1011 GEB 1011 and *MAN1XX1
Chemistry CHM 1020 CHM 1020L core CHM 1020 CHM 1020L core and CHM 2045 CHM 2045L core
Computer Science CGS 1100 (3 credits) COP 1000 and *CGS 1100 (6 credits)
Design Technology *ETI 1410 (3 credits) *ETI 1410 and *ETI 1XX1
Economics *,**ECO 1000 ECO 2013 core and ECO 2023
Ecosystems and Societies *EVR 1017 or *EVR 1018 *EVR 1017 or *EVR 1018 and *EVR 1XX1
English A1 2 ENC 1101 core ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 or LIT 2000
English Language A: Language and Literature ENC 1101 core (min 3 credits) ENC 1101 core and ENC 1102 (min 6 credits)
English Language A: Literature *,**ENC 1141 or LIT 2000 core (3 credits) *,**ENC 1141 and LIT 2000 core (6 credits)
Environmental Systems and Societies (SL) EVR X001 or EVR X002 Same as 4
Film Studies *FIL 1000 *FIL 1000 and *FIL 1002
French: Language B FRE 1121C FRE 1121C and FRE 2200
Further Mathematics (Advanced Mathematics) MHF 3202 MHF 3202 and MHF 1209
Geography GEA 2000 *,**GEO 1200 and *,**GEO 1400
German: Language B GER 1121C GER 1121C and GER 2240 (min 6 credits)
Global Politics (SL) INR X002 Same as 4
Global Politics (HL) INR X002 INR X002 and additional Politics/Government course (min 6 credits)
History *,**WOH 1030 *,**WOH 1030 and *,**HIS 1XX1
History (SL) 3 *, ** WOH 1030 Same as 4
History (HL): History of Africa and the Middle East 3 WOH 1030 WOH 1030 and WOH 1031
History (HL): History of the Americas 3 *, **WOH 1030 *, **WOH 1030 and AMH 2010 or AMH 2020 core
History (HL): History of Asia and Oceania 3 *, **WOH 1030 *, **WOH 1030 and WOH 1031
History (HL): History of Europe 3 *, **WOH 1030 *,** WOH 1030 and *, ** WOH 1031
Information and Technology for a Global Society *CGS 1XX1 *CGS 1XX1 and *CGS 1XX2(min. 6 credits)
Islamic History *HIS 1XX1 (min. 3 credits) *,**HIS 1XX1 and *,**HIS 1XX2 (min. 6 credits)
Italian: Language B *XFER 2XX1(min 3 credits) *XFER 2XX1 and *XFER 2XX2 (min 6 credits)
Latin *LAT 1130 or *LAT 1XX1 *LAT 1130 and *LAT 1XX1 or *LNW 1XX1
Literature and Performance (SL) THE 2300 Same as 4
Marine Science BSC 2311 BSC 2311L (min of 3 credits) BSC 2311BSC 2311L and *,**OCB 1000 OCB 1000L (min 6 credits)
Math Methods MAC 1105 core MAC 1105 core and MAC 1140 or MAC 1140 and MAC 2233
Mathematical Studies MAT 1033 MAT 1033 and MGF 1106 core
Mathematical Studies (SL)3 MAC 1105 core Same as 4
Mathematics 4 MAC 1147 MAC 1147 and MAC 2233 or MAC 2233 and MAC 2311 core
Music MUL 2010 (3 credits) MUL 2010 and *,**MUL 2XX1 (6 credits)
Philosophy PHI 2010 core (min. 3 credits) PHI 2010 core and 8*,**PHI 2XX1 (min 6 credits)
Physics PHY 1020 PHY 1020L core PHY 2053 PHY 2053L and PHY 2054 PHY 2054L
Physics (SL) 1 PHY 1020C core or PHY 1020/1020L core Same as 4
Physics (HL) 1 PHY 1020C core or PHY 1020/1020L core PHY 1020C core or PHY 1020/1020L core and PHY 2053C core or PHY 2053/2053L or PHY 2053C core or PHY 2053/2053L core and PHY 2054C core or PHY 2054/2054L core
Psychology PSY 2012 core PSY 2012 core and *,** PSY 2XX1
Social and Cultural Anthropology *,**ANT 1410 *,**ANT 1410 and *,**ANT 1XX1
Spanish: Language B SPN 1121C (min 3 credits) SPN 1121C and SPN 2200 (min 6 credits)
Theatre Arts THE 2000 core or *, **THE 1020 THE 2000 core and *,**THE 1020 and one semester (min. 3 credits) in theater history, performance, stagecraft, theory or literature depending on student's strengths
Theatre (SL) 3 THE 2000 core or *, **THE 1020 Same as 4
Theater (HL) 3 THE 2000 core ro *, **THE 1020 THE 2000 or THE 1020 an one semester (min. 3 credits) credit in THE, TPA or TPP depending on student's strenghts
Visual Arts *,**ART 1012 or *,**ART 1014 (3 credits) *,**ART 1012 or ART *,**1014 and *,**ART 1XX1
World Religions (SL) REL 2300 (min. 3 credits) Same as 4
Further Math 1 MHF X191 or MHF 3202 MHF X191 and MHF 3202 or MHF X209
Environmental Systems ISC X050 (3 credits) ISC X050 and other Interdisciplinary Science or Environmental Science course determined by institution

UEXCEL (Excelsior) Examinations

Exam Suggested Course Number (3 credits per exam unless otherwise noted) Passing Score
Abnormal Psychology *CLP 1140 C
Anatomy and Physiology BSC X084 or BSC X092 C
Calculus MAC 2311 core (4 credits) C
College Writing ENC 1101 core C
Contemporary Mathematics MGF 1106 core C
Earth Science ESC 2000 core of *, **GLY 1000 C
Earth Science 1 ESC 2000 core C
English Composition ENC 1101 core or ENC 1102 C
Ethics: Theory and Practice *,**PHI 1630 C
Foundations of Gerontology *GEY 1000 C
General Chemistry (lecture only) CHM X020 C
Human Resource Management *MAN 1300 C
Introduction to Computer Programming using Java COP X250 C
Introduction to Macroeconomics ECO 2013 core C
Introduction to Music *, **MUH 1011 C
Introduction to Music 2 MUL 2010 core C
Introduction to Philosophy PHI 2010 core C
Introduction to Sociology SYG X000 C
Juvenile Delinquency *CCJ 1500 C
Labor Relations *MAN 1400 C
Life Span Developmental Psychology **DEP 2004 C
Managerial Accounting ACG 2071 C
Microbiology **MCB 1000 (lecture only) C
Physics (Lecture only) PHY X000 C
Political Science POS X001 C
Precalculus Algebra MAC 1105 core C
Principles of Marketing **MAR 1011 C
Psychology of Adulthood and Aging *DEP 1401 or *DEP 1402 C
Spanish Language SPN 1120C (min of 4 credits) C
Statistics STA 2023 C
Weather and Climate *, **MET 1010 C
Workplace Communication with Computers *OST 1335 C
World Conflicts since 1900 *, **WOH 1040 C

DSST Examination Program (DANTES Subject Standardized Tests)

Exam Suggest Course Number (3 credits per exam) Passing Score Passing Score 2008 Revised Exams
A History of the Vietnam War *,**AMH 1059 44 400
Art of the Western World ARH 1000 core 48 400
Astronomy AST 1002 core 48 400
Business Ethics and Society *GEB 1441 400 400
Business Law II 1 *BUL 1242 44
Business Mathematics *QMB 1001 48 400
Computing and Information Technology CGS 2060 45 400
Criminal Justice *CCJ 1000 or *CCJ 1020 49 400
Drug and Alcohol Abuse 2 No course or credit recommendation 49
Environment and Humanity *EVR 1017 or *ISC 1003 or *ISC 1143 or *ISC 1147 46 400
Environmental Science (Formerly Environment and Humanity) 3 EVR 1002 or ISC 1003 400 N/A
Ethics in America *,**PHI 1630 46 400
Foundations of Education *EDF 1002 46
Fundamentals of College Algebra MAT 1033 47 400
Fundamentals of College Algebra 3 MAC 1105 core 400
Fundamentals of Counseling *PCO 1202 45
Fundamentals of Cyber Security *CIS 1350 or *CIS 1354 400
General Anthropology ANT 2000 core 47
Here’s to Your Health HSC 2100 48 400
History of the Soviet Union *,**EUH 1066 45
Human Resources Management *MAN 1300 46 400
Human/Cultural Geography *,**GEO 1400 48
Introduction to Business GEB 1011 46 400
Introduction to Law Enforcement *CCJ 1100 or *CJE 1000 45 400
Introduction to the Modern Middle East 1 *ASH 1044 47
Introduction to World Religions REL 1300 48 400
Lifespan Developmental Psychology DEP 2004 46 400
Math for Liberal Arts MGF 1106 core 400
Management Information Systems *ISM 1000 or *ISM 1004 46 400
Money and Banking *XFER 1501 48
Organizational Behavior *INP 1002 48 400
Personal Finance *FIN 1100 46 46
Physical Geology 1 GLY 2010 46
Principles of Finance *FIN 1000 46 400
Principles of Financial Accounting 1 *ACG 1001 47
Principles of Physical Science I *,**XFER 1121 or *,**XFER 1341 47 400
Principles of Public Speaking *,**SPC 1600 47 400
Principles of Statistics STA 2023 core 48 400
Principles of Supervision *MAN 1124 46 400
Substance Abuse *HSC 1140 or *HSC 1150 49 400
Technical Writing *ENC 1210 46 400
The Civil War and Reconstruction *,**AMH 1056 47 400
Western Europe Since 1945 1 No course or credit recommendation 45
Principals of Advanced English ENC X101 400

Military Service Schools

ACE Course ID ACE Title Score Course(s) Awarded
AR-0419-0061 Transportation Management Coordinator 70 MAN X593, TRA X010 and TRA X154
AR-0702-0023 Medical Laboratory Specialist 75 MLS X001, MLS X002, MEA X256 and MLS X003
AR-0702-0030 Structured Self Developments (SSD-1) 70 MAN X345
AR-0702-0032 Structured Self Development (SSD) IV 70 INP X313 or LDR X010 or MSL X301
AR-0702-0037 Structured Self Development (SSD-11) 70 MAN X022
AR-0703-0036 Practical Nurse 76 SLS X261 or LDR X010 and NUR X000, NUR X421, NUR X274, NUR X634 and NUR X635
AR-0703-0037 Practical Nurse 76 BSC X085, HUN X010, NUR X110 and NUR X052
AR-0709-0065 Combat Medic Specialist 70 EMS X602/X602L and EMS X055 or EMS X158 and NUR X000, NUR X020, NUR X025, DSC X033 or NUR X296, EMS X682, EMS X059/X059L or EMS X614/X614L
AR-0801-0036 Special Operations Combat Medic (SOCM) 75 EMS X522 or NUR X145 and EMS X346 or EMS X623 and EMS X158, EMS X551, EMS X682 and BSC X085/X085L or BSCX086/X086L and NUR X039 or NUR X060 or NUR X067
AR-1404-0006 Signal Officer Basic N/A MAN X020
AR-1405-0238 Automated Logistical Specialist 80 MAN X500 and MAN X505 or MAN X507
AR-1406-0103 Army Recruiter 80 MAN X361
AR-1406-0252 Human Resources Specialist 70 MAN X202 or MAN X300 or MAN X304 and MAN X202 or MAN X322 and OST X401 or OST X854
AR-1715-0672 Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer N/A ETE X434 and AMT X262
AR-1723-0005 Machinist N/A EET X180
AR-1729-0041 Culinary Specialist 80 FSS X050 or FSS X246
AR-2201-0552 Infantryman 70 FFP X109 and ETP X104 or HSC X400
AR-2201-0578 Indirect Fire Infantryman 70 ETI X700 or ETI X710 or FFP X109 and HSC X231 or NSP X667 and HSC X400 or ETP X104
DD-1512-0003 Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOAC) 70 MAN X113, MAN X342 and MAN X611
MC-0501-0004 Corporals 80 LDR X010
MC-1402-0095 Administrative Specialist 85 GEB X214 or OST X336
MC-1405-0031 Basic Manpower Officer (BMOC) 80 GEB X210 or GEB X214 and MAN X202
MC-2204-0103 5-13 Sergeants 80 LDR X001 and MAN X300
NV-1606-0077 Operations Specialist 'A' School 75 ATT X821
NV-1606-0102 Army Engineer Diver (Army Second Class Diver) N/A EOC X660 and PEQ X130
NV-1704-0326 Aviation Support Equipment Technician Class A1 70 EET X180, EET X515 and ETI X451 or ETP X231 and ETP X040 or ETP X240
NV-1715-1736 Nuclear Field 'A' School (Electronics Technician) 63 EEE X351 and EEL X111/X111L
NV-1723-0015 Machine Tool Operator 70 PMT 0213
NV-1723-0030 Machinery Repairman Strand 70 PMT 0213, EEL X650 and EET X070 or EET X084 and EET X140
NV-1715-1816 Avionics Electronics Technician (Intermediate Level) AT (I) Class A1 70 EET X084 and EEE X550 or EET X336 and EET X140
NV-1715-2134 Electronics Technician (ET) 'A' 75 AMT X231 and EET X180 and EEE X550 or EET X336
NV-1715-2136 Basic Engineering Common Core (BECC) N/A ETI X501
NV-1715-2386 Fire Controlman Combines 'A' School (Block O) 75 ETE X434 and EET X180 and EEE X550 or EET X336 and EET X101
NER-CS-001 Culinary Specialist Rank CS3 FSS X206
NER-CS-001 Culinary Specialist Rank CS2 HFT X231 and FSS X206 and FSS X940-X949 Comments (No course in SCNS and 3 LL credits in Food Service Internship))
NER-CS-001 Culinary Specialist Rank CS1 HFT X212, HFT X231, HFT X314, HFT X814, HFT X850 and HFT X940-X949 Comments (No Course in SCNS nd 3 LL credits in Food Service Internship)
NER-CS-001 Culinary Specialist Rank CSC FSS X206 and FSS X312 or FSS X312 and HFT X212, HFT X214, HFT X806 and FSS X940-X949 Comments (3 LL credits in Food Service Internship) HFT X940-X949 ( 3 UL credits in Hospitality Management
NER-CS-001 Culinary Specialist Rank CSCM FSS X206 and FSS X231 or FSS X312 and FSS X120 or HFT X251, HFT X212, HFT X214, HFT X850 and FSS X940-X949 Comments (3 LL credits in Food Service Internship HFT X940-X949 Comments (3 UL credits in Hospitality Management)