Accelerated credit is articulated based on the term in which the credit was earned. Credit earned in a term prior to the current catalog year will be awarded based on the equivalency table in effect at that time.
Equivalency tables for prior catalogs are accessible through the following steps: (1) select Archived Catalogs from the left navigation box, (2) select the appropriate catalog year (3) select Print the Archive Catalog from the left navigation box, (4) select Equivalency Tables in the Undergraduate Information box in the middle of the page, (4) select the Print Catalog button at the bottom of the page.
Credit for exams that do not appear on the equivalency table will be awarded in accordance with state Credit-by-Exam Equivalency guidelines and evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
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Up to 45 total credit-by-exam credits may be awarded for guaranteed transfer. Credits earned through Credit by Exam that exceed 45 semester credit hours may be transferred at the discretion of the receiving institution.
|Exam||Suggested Course Number
(3 credits per exam)
|Abnormal Psychology||CLP X140||C|
|Calculus||MAC 2311 (State Core)||C|
|College Writing||ENC 1101 (State Core)||C|
|Contemporary Mathematics||MGF 1106 (State Core)||C|
|Earth Science||ESC 1000 (State Core) or GLY 1000||C|
|Earth Science||ESC 1000 (State Core)||C||Effective for exams taken after 5/16/2018|
|English Composition||ENC 1101 (State Core) or ENC 1102||C|
|Ethics: Theory and Practice||PHI X630||C|
|Foundations of Gerontology||GEY X000||C|
|General Chemistry I||CHM 1020 (State Core)||C||No lab credit.|
|Human Resources Management||MAN X300||C|
|Introduction to Macroeconomics||ECO 2013 (State Core)||C|
|Introduction to Music||MUL 2010 (State Core)||C|
|Introduction to Philosophy||PHI 1010 (State Core)||C|
|Introduction to Sociology||SYG 2000 (State Core)||C|
|Juvenile Delinquency||CCJ X500||C|
|Labor Relations||MAN X400||C|
|Life Span Development Psychology||DEP 2004||C|
|Managerial Accounting||ACG X071||C|
|Microbiology||MCB 1000 (Lecture Only)||C||No lab credit.|
|Physics||PHY 2020 (State Core)||C|
|Precalculus Algebra||MAC 1105 (State Core)||C|
|Principles of Marketing||MAR X011||C|
|Psychology of Adulthood and Aging||DEP X401 or DEP X402||C|
|Spanish Language||SPN 1120C||C|
|Statistics||STA 2023 (State Core)||C|
|Weather & Climate||MET X010||C|
|Workplace Communication with Computers||OST X335||C|
|World Conflicts since 1900||WOH X040||C|