Ready, Set, Accelerate!

Accelerated credit, or credit-by-exam, allows students to accelerate their studies by earning college credit through examination. While most exams are completed in high school, some are available in college, including CLEP and DSST, which can be good options for returning adult learners.

Passing scores satisfy FIUs University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, prerequisites for some majors, electives, and foreign language. Other accelerated exams, such as Excelsior College, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur, and Swiss Matura are evaluated on a case-by-case basis with syllabi and/or exam outlines.

A Few Simple Rules

  • Official scores must be sent directly to FIU from the examining organization (College Board, Cambridge, International Baccalaureate, etc.).
  • A maximum of 45 credits are awarded for all exams combined; additional credits may be awarded upon request.
  • There are no grades associated with these exams, and therefore, no impact on GPA.
  • Exams and equivalencies are included in the Panther Degree Audit and transcript.
  • UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy FIUs University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements may not satisfy major requirements.
  • Duplicate credit is not awarded (earning ENC 1101 in AP and IB awards 3 credits, not 6; CAPE exams awarding the same course may be subject this rule).
    • ELE UCC1 (elective) is an exception to this rule and may be awarded more than once.

Advanced Level Placement (ALP) - Puerto Rico

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ExamScore: 3Score: 4Score: 5UCC
Basic College MathematicsNO CREDITMGF UCC1 (3)MGF UCC1 (3)Mathematics
EnglishNO CREDITENC 1101 (3)ENC 1101 (3)English
Pre-CalculusNO CREDITMAC 1147 (4)MAC 1147 (4)Mathematics
SpanishNO CREDITSPN 3343 (3)SPN 3343 (3)Foreign Language
Note: UCC1 designation (e.g., MGF UCC1) = Meets UCC requirements, may not meet major requirements.

Advanced Placement (AP)

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Exam: APScore: 3Score: 4Score: 5UCC
Art HistoryARH 2000 (3)ARH 2000 (3)
ARH 2050 (3)
ARH 2000 (3) &
ARH 2050 (3)
Score 3: Humanities Score 4-5: Humanities & Arts
BiologyBSC UCC1/ UCC1L (3,1)BSC 2010/ 2010L (3,1)BSC 2010/ 2010L (3,1)
BSC 2011/ 2011L (3,1)
Natural Science
Calculus ABMAC 2311 (4)MAC 2311 (4)MAC 2311 (4)Mathematics
Calculus BCMAC 2311 (4)MAC 2311 (4)
MAC 2312 (4)
MAC 2311 (4)
MAC 2312 (4)
Mathematics
Calculus BC
(AB Subscore)
MAC 2311 (4)MAC 2311 (4)MAC 2311 (4)Mathematics
Capstone ResearchGRW UCC1 (3)GRW UCC1 (3)GRW UCC1 (3)Gordon Rule Writing (GRW)
Capstone SeminarHUM UCC2W (3)HUM UCC2W (3)HUM UCC2W (3)Humanities (GRW)
Chemistry CHM 1020/ 1020L (3, 1)CHM 1045/ 1045L (3,1)CHM 1045/ 1045L (3,1)
CHM 1046/ 1046L (3,1)
Natural Science
Computer Science AELE UCC1 (3)COP 2210 (4)COP 2210 (4)Score 4-5: Mathematics
Computer Science PrinciplesNPM UUC1 (3)NPM UUC1 (3)NPM UUC1 (3)Mathematics
Economics: MacroECO 2013 (3)ECO 2013 (3)ECO 2013 (3)Social Science
Economics: MicroECO 2023 (3)ECO 2023 (3)ECO 2023 (3)Social Science
English Language and CompositionENC 1101 (3)ENC 1101 (3)
ENC 1102 (3)
ENC 1101 (3)
ENC 1102 (3)
Communication
English Literature and CompositionENC 1101 (3)1ENC 1101 (3)*
ENC 1102 (3)*
ENC 1101 (3)*
ENC 1102 (3)*
Communication
Environmental ScienceEVR 1001 (3)EVR 1001 (3)EVR 1001 (3)Natural Science (No lab)
European HistoryEUH 2030 (3)EUH 2030 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
EUH 2030 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
Government & Politics: ComparativeCPO 2002 (3)CPO 2002 (3)CPO 2002 (3)Social Science
Government & Politics: U.S.POS 2041 (3)POS 2041 (3)POS 2041 (3)Social Science & Civics
Human GeographyGEO 2000 (3)GEO 2000 (3)GEO 2000 (3)Social Science
Physics 1PHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)PHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)PHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)Natural Sciences
Physics 2PHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)PHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)PHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)Natural Science
Physics BPHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)PHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)
PHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)
PHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)
PHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)
Natural Science
Physics C: Electr/MagnetismPHY 2054/ 2049L (4,1)PHY 2049/ 2049L (4,1)PHY 2049/ 2049L (4,1)Natural Science
Physics C: MechanicsPHY 2053/ 2048L (4,1)PHY 2048/ 2048L (4,1)PHY 2048/ 2048L (4,1)Natural Science
PsychologyPSY 2012 (3)PSY 2012 (3)PSY 2012 (3)Social Science
StatisticsSTA 2122 (3)STA 2122 (3)STA 2122 (3)Mathematics
United States HistoryAMH 2020 (3)AMH 2020 (3)
CIV UCC1 (3)
AMH 2020 (3)
CIV UCC1 (3)
Social Science (GRW)
Civics (With score > 4)
World HistoryWOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)Humanities (GRW)
Additional AP Exams
LatinLAT 2200 (3)LAT 2200 (3)LAT 2200 (3)Foreign Language
Modern Languages: Language and Culture (CHI, FRE, GER, ITA, JPN)XXX 2200 (3)XXX 2200 (6)XXX 2200 (6)
Foreign Language
Modern Language & Culture: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, SpanishXXX 2200 (3)XXX 2200 (6)XXX 2200 (6)
Foreign Language
Modern Language: Literature (French, Latin)XXX 2200 (3)XXX 2200 (3)
ELEUCC1 (3)
XXX 2200 (3)
ELEUCC1 (3)
Foreign Language
Spanish LanguageSPN 2200 (3)SPN 2200 (3)
SPN 2201 (3)
SPN 2200 (3)
SPN 2201 (3)
Foreign Language
Spanish LiteratureSPN 2233 (3)SPN 2233 (3)
SPN 2330 (3)
SPN 2233 (3)
SPN 2330 (3)
Foreign Language
Music TheoryMUT 1001 (3)MUT 1001 (3)MUT 1001 (3)
Studio Art: Drawing PortfolioART 2300C (3)ART 2300C (3)ART 2300C (3)
Studio Art:
2-D Design Portfolio
ART 1201C (3)ART 1201C (3)ART 1201C (3)
Studio Art:
3-D Design Portfolio
ART 1203C (3)ART 1203C (3)ART 1203C (3)
*Credit may be awarded for LIT 1000 if student earned ENC 1101 from English Language and Composition
Notes:
ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
Other UCC1 designations (e.g., BSC UCC1) = Meets UCC requirements, may not meet major requirements.

Cambridge AICE (A-LEVEL)

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Passing Grades: “A” “B” “C” “D” and “E” (not based on the American grading system).
http://www.cie.org.uk/usa

Exam: A-LevelEquivalent Course(s)UCC
Applied ICT:
Information Communication Technology
CGS 2060 (3)
NPM UCC1 (3)
Mathematics
Art & Design ART UCC1 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Arts
Biology BSC 1010/1010L (3, 1)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Natural Science
ChemistryCHM 1020/1020L (3, 1)
CHM 1045/1045L (3, 1)
Natural Science
Computing NPM UCC1 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Mathematics
Economics ECO 2013 (3)
ECO 2023 (3)
Social Science
English: English Language or
Language & Literature in English
ENC 1101 (3)
LIT 1000 (3)*
Communication
English: Literature in EnglishENC 1101 (3)
ENC 1102 (3)*
Communication
Further Mathematics MAC 2311 (4)
MAC 2312 (4)
Mathematics
Geography GEO 2200 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Global Perspectives:
Independent Research
SOC UCC2W (3)Social Science (GRW)
History: U.S. AMH 2020 (3)
AMH 2041 (3)
Social Science & Humanities (GRW)
History: EuropeanEUH 2030 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
History: International WOH 2001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
Mathematics MAC 2311 (4)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Mathematics
Marine ScienceOCB 2003 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Natural Sceince
MusicMUL 1010 (3)
MUT 1001 (3)
Humanities
Physics PHY 2053/2048L (4, 1)
PHY 2054/2049L (4, 1)
Natural Science
Psychology PSY 2012 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Sociology SYG 2000 (3)Social Science
Additional A-Level Exams
French FRE 2200 (3)
FRE 2201 (3)
Foreign Language
German GER 2200 (3)
GER 2201 (3)
Foreign Language
SpanishSPN 2200 (3)
SPN 2201 (3)
Foreign Language
AccountingELE UCC1 (6)These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
Business StudiesGEB 2011 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Design and TechnologyELE UCC1 (6)
General PaperELE UCC1 (3)
Management of BusinessELE UCC1 (6)
Media StudiesELE UCC1 (6)
Thinking SkillsPHI 2103 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Travel and Tourism HFT 1000 (3)
HFT XXXX (3)
(2nd course must be approved by dept.)
Notes:
*Credit may be awarded for ENC 1102 or LIT 1000 if also awarded ENC 1101 for AS or A-Level “English: English Language or Language & Literature in English." Updated upon request.
GRW = Gordon Rule Writing; ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy UCC requirements may not satisfy major requirements.

Cambridge AICE (AS-LEVEL)

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Passing Grades: “A” “B” “C” “D” and “E” (not based on the American grading system).
http://www.cie.org.uk/usa

Exam: AS-Level Equivalent Course(s)UCC
Applied ICT: Information Communication TechnologyCGS 2060 (3)Mathematics
Art & Design ART UCC1 (3)Arts
Biology BSC UCC1/UCC1L (3, 1)Natural Science
ChemistryCHM 1020/1020L (3, 1)Natural Science
Classical StudiesHUM UCC2 (3)Humanities
Computing NPM UCC1 (3)Mathematics
Economics SOC UCC2 (3)Social Science
English: English Language
or Language & Literature in English
ENC 1101 (3)*Communication
English: Literature in EnglishENC 1101 (3)*Communication
Environmental ManagementEVR 1001/1001L (3, 1) Natural Science
Geography GEA 2000 (3)Social Science
Global PerspectivesSOC UCC2 (3)Social Science
History: U.S. AMH 2041 (3)Humanities
History: EuropeanEUH 2030 (3)Humanities (GRW)
History: International WOH 2001 (3)Humanities (GRW)
Mathematics MAC 1105 (3)
MAC 1147 (3)
Mathematics
MusicMUL 1010 (3)Humanities
Physics PHY 1020/1020L (3, 1)Natural Science
Psychology PSY 2012 (3)Social Science
Sociology SYG 2000 (3)Social Science
Additional AS-Level Exams
French Language FRE 2200 (3)Foreign Language
German Language GER 2200 (3)Foreign Language
Spanish Language SPN 2200 (3)Foreign Language
LatinLAT 1131Foreign Language
AccountingELE UCC1 (3)These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
Business StudiesGEB 2011 (3)
Design and TechnologyELE UCC1 (3)
French Literature One semester of literature survey (3)
General PaperELE UCC1 (3)
Marine ScienceOCE 2001 (3)
Management of BusinessELE UCC1 (3)
Media StudiesELE UCC1 (3)
Spanish Literature One semester of literature survey (3)
Thinking SkillsPHI 2103 (3)
Travel and Tourism HFT 1000 (3)
Notes:
*Credit may be awarded for ENC 1102 if also awarded ENC 1101 from AS or A-Level “English: English Language or Language & Literature in English." Updated upon request.
GRW = Gordon Rule Writing; ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy UCC requirements may not satisfy major requirements.

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)

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Passing Module Grades: “A” “B” “C” “D” and “E” (not based on the American grading system).
Passing Unit Scores: I, II, III, IV, and V
http://www.cxc.org

Exam: CAPEEquivalent Course(s)UCC
Applied Mathematics (Unit 1) STA 2122 (3)Mathematics
Art and Design (Unit 1)ART UCC1 (3)Arts
Art and Design (Unit 2) ART UCC1 (3)Arts
Biology (Unit 1)BSC 1010/1010L (3, 1)Natural Science
Biology (Unit 2)BSC UCC1/UCC1L (3, 1)Natural Science
Caribbean Studies (Unit 1) SOC UCC2 (3)Social Science
Communication Studies (Unit 1)ENC 1101 (3)Communication
Chemistry (Unit 1)CHM 1045/1045L (3, 1)
CHM 1046/1046L (3, 1)
Natural Science
Chemistry (Unit 2)CHM UCC1/UCC1L (3, 1)Natural Science
Economics (Unit 1)ECO 2023 (3)Social Science
Economics (Unit 2)ECO 2013 (3)Social Science
Environmental Science (Unit 1)EVR 1001/1001L (3, 1)Natural Science
Geography (Unit 1 & 2)GEO 2000 (3)Social Science
History (Unit 1)HUM UCC2 (3)Humanities
History (Unit 2)HUM UCC2 (3)Humanities
Literatures in English (Unit 1)ENG 2012 (3)Humanities (GRW)
Literatures in English (Unit 2)ENG 2012 (3)Humanities (GRW)
Performing Arts (Unit 1)ART UCC1W (3)Arts (GRW)
Physics (Unit 1)PHY 2053/2048L (4, 1)Natural Science
Physics (Unit 2)PHY 2054/2049L (4, 1)Natural Science
Pure Mathematics (Unit 1)MAC 2311 (4)Mathematics
Pure Mathematics (Unit 2)MAC 2312 (4)Mathematics
Sociology (Unit 1)SYG 2000 (3)Social Science
Sociology (Unit 2)SYG 2000 (3)Social Science
Additional CAPE Exams
French (Unit 1)FRE 2200 (3)Foreign Language
French (Unit 2)FRE 2241 (3)Foreign Language
Spanish (Unit 1)SPN 2200 (3)Foreign Language
Spanish (Unit 2)SPN 2240 (3)Foreign Language
Accounting (Unit 1)ELE UCC1 (3)These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
Accounting (Unit 2)*ACG 3301 (3)
Computer Science (Unit 1)COP 2270 (3)
Computer Science (Unit 2)ELE UCC1 (3)
Food & Nutrition (Unit 1) HUN 2201 (3)
Food & Nutrition (Unit 2) FOS 3021 (3)
Geography (Unit 1 or 2)ELE UCC1 (3)
Information TechnologyELE UCC1 (3)
Mgmt of Business (Unit 1)ELE UCC1 (3)
Mgmt of Business (Unit 2)ELE UCC1 (3)
Tourism (Unit 1)HFT 1000 (3)
Notes:
*Must be taken within the last six years.
GRW = Gordon Rule Writing; ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy UCC requirements may not satisfy major requirements.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

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Exam: CLEPEquivalent Course(s) ScoreUCC
Algebra, CollegeMAC 1105 (3)50Mathematics
American GovernmentPOS 2041 (3)50Social Science
Analyzing and Interpreting LiteratureELE UCC1 (3)50We recommend English/American Literature
Biology, GeneralBSC UCC1 (3) 50Natural Science (no lab)
Calculus MAC 2233 (3)50Mathematics
Chemistry, GeneralCHM UCC1 (3) 50Natural Science (no lab)
College Composition*ENC 1101 (3)
ENC 1102 (3)
50Communication
History of U.S. II: 1865 to presentAMH 2020 (3)50Social Science (GRW)
Human Growth and DevelopmentDEP 2000 (3)50Social Science
Macroeconomics, Principles ofECO 2013 (3)50Social Science
Mathematics, CollegeMGF 1106 (3)50Mathematics
Microeconomics, Principles ofECO 2023 (3)50Social Science
Natural ScienceELE UCC1 (3)50We recommend specific subject exams
Pre-CalculusMAC 1140 (3)50Mathematics
Psychology, IntroductoryPSY 2012 (3)50Social Science
Social Science and HistorySOC UCC2 (3)50Social Science
Sociology, IntroductorySYG 2000 (3)50Social Science
Western Civ. I: Ancient Near East to 1648HUM UCC2 (3) 50Humanities
Western Civ. II: 1648 to PresentHUM UCC2 (3) 50Humanities
Additional CLEP Exams
French LanguageFRE 1130 (5)50Foreign Language
French LanguageFRE 1130 (5)
FRE 1131 (5)
59Foreign Language
German LanguageGER 1130 (5)50Foreign Language
German LanguageGER 1130 (5)
GER 1131 (5)
60Foreign Language
SpanishSPN 1130 (5)50Foreign Language
SpanishSPN 1130 (5)
SPN 1131 (5)
63Foreign Language
Accounting, FinancialACG 2021 (3)50These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
American LiteratureAML 2010 (3) 50
Business Law, Introduction toELE UCC1 (3)50
Educational Psychology, Introduction toEDP X002 (3)50
English LiteratureENL 2012 (3) 50
History of U.S. I: Early Colonization to 1877AMH 2010 (3) 50
HumanitiesHUM 2512 (3) 50
Information Systems & Computer ApplicationsCGS 2060 (3)50
Management, Principles ofELE UCC1 (3)50
Marketing, Principles ofELE UCC1 (3)50
Notes:
*Discuss this testing option with your academic advisor.
ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy UCC requirements may not satisfy major requirements.

DSST/DANTES

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Exam: DSST/DANTESEquivalent Course(s)Passing ScoreUCC
A History of the Vietnam War HUM UCC2 (3)44Humanities
Art of the Western WorldARH 2000 (3)48Humanities
AstronomyAST 1002 (3)48Natural Sciences (no lab)
Environment and HumanityEVR 1017 (3)46Social Sciences
Ethics in AmericaHUM UCC2 (3)46Humanities
Fundamentals of College AlgebraMAC 1105 (3)47Mathematics
General AnthropologyANT 2000 (3)47Social Sciences
History of the Soviet UnionHUM UCC2 (3)45Humanities
Human/Cultural GeographyGEO 2000 (3)48Social Sciences
Introduction to the Modern Middle EastHUM UCC2 (3)47Humanities
Introduction to World ReligionsREL 3308 (3)48 or 400Social Sciences
Lifespan Developmental PsychologyDEP 2000 (3)46Social Sciences
Organizational BehaviorINP 2002 (3)48Social Sciences
Physical GeologyGLY 1010 (3)46Natural Sciences (no lab)
Principles of Adv.English CompositionENC UCC2 (3)400Communication
Principles of Physical Science IGPS UCC1 (3)47Natural Sciences (no lab)
Principles of Public SpeakingSPC 2608 (3)47Arts
Principles of StatisticsSTA UCC1 (3)48 or 400Mathematics
The Civil War and ReconstructionHUM UCC2 (3)47Humanities
Western Europe Since 1945HUM UCC2 (3)45Humanities
Additional DSST/DANTES Exams
Business Ethics and SocietyELE UCC1 (3)400These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
Business Law IIELE UCC1 (3)44
Business MathELE UCC1 (3)48 or 400
Computing & Information TechnologyCGS 2060 (3)45 or 400
Criminal JusticeCCJ 3024 (3)49 or 400
Drug and Alcohol AbuseELE UCC1 (3)49
Foundations of EducationEDF X00246
Fundamentals of CounselingELE UCC1 (3)45
Here’s to Your HealthHSC 2100 (3)48 or 400
Human Resources ManagementELE UCC1 (3)46
Introduction to BusinessGEB 2011 (3)46 or 400
Introduction to Law EnforcementCJE 3110 (3)45
Management Information SystemsISM X000 46 or 400
Money and BankingELE UCC1 (3) 48
Personal FinanceELE UCC1 (3)46 or 400
Principles of FinanceELE UCC1 (3)46 or 400
Principles of Financial AccountingELE UCC1 (3)47
Principles of SupervisionELE UCC1 (3)46 or 400
Technical WritingELE UCC1 (3)46
Notes:
ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
UCC1/UCC2 designations that satisfy UCC requirements may not satisfy major requirements.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

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Exam: IBScore: 4Score: 5-7UCC
BiologyBSC UCC1/ UCC1L (3,1)BSC UCC1/ UCC1L (3,1)
BSC 2010/ 2010L (3,1)
Natural Science
ChemistryCHM 1020/ 1020L (3,1)CHM 1020/ 1020L (3, 1)
CHM 1045/ 1045L (3, 1)
Natural Science
Computer ScienceCGS 2518 (3)CGS 2518 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Mathematics
EconomicsSOC UCC2 (3)ECO 2013 (3)
ECO 2023 (3)
Social Science
Ecosystems and SocietiesEVR 1017 (3)EVR 1017 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Environmental systems and societies (after 05/16/18)EVR 1001 (3)EVR 1001 (3)Natural Science (no lab)
English Language A: Language and LiteratureENC 1101 (3)ENC 1101 (3)
ENC 1102 (3)
Communication
English Language A: LiteratureLIT 1000 (3)LIT 1000 (3)
GRW UCC1 (3)
Score 4: Humanities Score 5-7: Humanities & GRW
English Language BENC 1930 (3)ENC 1101 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Score 5-7: Communication
Environmental SystemsEVR 1001 (3)EVR 1001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Natural Science (no lab)
Further Mathematics (Advanced Mathematics)MAC UCC1 (3)MAC UCC1 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Mathematics
GeographyGEA 2000 (3)GEA 2000 (3)
GEO 2200 (3)
Social Science
HistoryWOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
History (Africa and Middle East)WOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
History (Americas)WOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)
SOC UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
History (Asia and Oceania)WOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
History (Europe)WOH 2001 (3)WOH 2001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
Information and Technology for a Global SocietyEGS 1041 (3)EGS 1041 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Islamic HistoryHUM UCC2 (3)HUM UCC2(3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities
Literature and PerformanceART UCC1WART UCC1WArts (GRW)
Marine ScienceOCB 2003/OCB 2003L (3,1) OCB 2003/OCB 2003L (3,1)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Natural Science
Math Methods (discontinued)MAC 1105 (3)MAC 1105 (3)
MAC 2233 (3)
Mathematics
Math Studies (before 05/16/18)MAT 1033 (3)MAT 1033 (3)
MGF 1106 (3)
Score 5-7: Mathematics
Math Studies (after 05/16/18)MAC 1105 (3)MAC 1105 (3)Mathematics
MathematicsMAC 1147 (3)MAC 2233 (3)
MAC 2311 (4)
Mathematics
MusicMUL 1010 (3)MUL 1010 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities
PhilosophyPHI 2010 (3)PHI 2010 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities (GRW)
Physics PHY 1020/1020L (3,1)PHY 2053/ 2048L (4, 1)
PHY 2054/ 2049L (4, 1)
Natural Science
PsychologyPSY 2012 (3)PSY 2012 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Social and Cultural AnthropologySOC UCC2 (3)SOC UCC2 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Social Science
Theater ArtsTHE 2000 (3)THE 2000 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities
TheaterTHE 2000 (3)THE 2000 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Humanities
Visual ArtsART UCC1 (3)ART UCC1 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Arts
World ReligionsSOC UCC2 (3)SOC UCC2 (3)Social Science
Additional IB Exams
Language B:
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
XXX 1131 (5)XXX 1131 (5)
XXX 2200 (3)
Foreign Language
LatinLAT 2200 (3)LAT 2200 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Foreign Language
Business and ManagementGEB 2011 (3)GEB 2011 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
These courses do not satisfy University Core Curriculum (UCC) requirements, but they may satisfy prerequisites or electives.
Design TechnologyELE UCC1 (3)ELE UCC1 (6)
Film StudiesFIL 3001 (3)FIL 3001 (3)
ELE UCC1 (3)
Notes:
ELE UCC1 = Lower-division elective.
Other UCC1 designations (e.g., BSC UCC1) = Meets UCC requirements, may not meet major requirements.