Course Equivalency Guide for Regis University

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Course Name at Regis University Course Name at StraighterLine Credits Transferred
Biology ElectiveIntroduction to Biology - BIO1013
Biology Elective with LabIntroduction to Biology - BIO101
– AND –
Introduction to Biology Lab - BIO101L
Business and Professional Communication - BA 3911Business Communication - BUS1053
Calculus I - MT 360AGeneral Calculus I - MAT2504
Calculus II - MT 360BGeneral Calculus II - MAT2514
College Algebra - MT 201College Algebra - MAT1013
Communication ElectiveIntroduction to Communication - COM1013
CS Elective CreditIntroduction to Programming in C++ - CS1013
Elementary Spanish I - SP 209ASpanish I - SPAN1013
Elementary Spanish II - SP 209BSpanish II - SPAN1023
First Aid and Emergency Response - PE 333First Aid/CPR - MED101 3
General ElectiveBusiness Ethics - BUS1063
General ElectiveFinancial Accounting - ACC1513
General ElectiveManagerial Accounting - ACC1503
General ElectiveOrganizational Behavior - BUS1203
General ElectivePersonal Finance - FIN1013
General ElectiveBusiness Law - BUS1103
General ElectivePersonal Fitness & Wellness - PE1013
General ElectivePharmacology - PHARM1033
General Physics with Calculus I - PH 304AGeneral Physics I - PHY2503
General Physics with Calculus I - PH 304A
– AND –
General Physics with Calculus I Lab - PH 305A
General Physics I - PHY250
– AND –
General Physics I Lab - PHY250L
General Psychology - PY 250Introduction to Psychology - PSY1013
History of the United States from 1865 - HS 224United States History II - USHIST1023
History of the United States to 1877 - HS 223United States History I - USHIST1013
Intermediate Composition - EN 203English Composition I - ENG1013
Introduction to Business - BA 2900Introduction to Business - BUS1013
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology - AN 204Cultural Anthropology - ANTH1013
Introduction to Environmental Science - ENVS 250Introduction to Environmental Science - ENV1013
Introduction to Human Anatomy - BL 274Anatomy & Physiology I - BIO2013
Introduction to Human Anatomy - BL 274
– AND –
Introduction to Human Anatomy Lab - BL 275
Anatomy & Physiology I - BIO201
– AND –
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab - BIO201L
Introduction to Human Physiology - BL 276Anatomy & Physiology II - BIO2023
Introduction to Human Physiology - BL 276
– AND –
Introduction to Human Physiology Lab - BL 277
Anatomy & Physiology II - BIO202
– AND –
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab - BIO202L
Introduction to Medical Microbiology - BL 254Microbiology - BIO2503
Introduction to Medical Microbiology - BL 254
– AND –
Introduction to Medical Microbiology Lab - BL 255
Microbiology - BIO250
– AND –
Microbiology Lab - BIO250L
Introduction to Philosophy - PL 250Introduction to Philosophy - PHIL1013
Introduction to Sociology - SO 200Introduction to Sociology - SOC1013
Introduction to Statistics - MT 270Business Statistics - MAT1503
Introduction to Statistics - MT 270Introduction to Statistics - MAT2023
Introduction to the United States National Politics - POL 215American Government - POLS1013
Management Essentials - BA 3366Principles of Management - BUS2013
Medical Terminology - HSC 310Medical Terminology - MEDTERM1013
Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies - PE 235Introduction to Nutrition - NUTRI1013
Pre-Calculus - MT 260Precalculus - MAT2013
Principles of Accounting I - AC 3200Accounting I - ACC1013
Principles of Accounting II - AC 3210Accounting II - ACC1023
Principles of Chemistry I - CH 210General Chemistry I - CHEM1014
Principles of Chemistry I - CH 210
– AND –
Principles of Chemistry I Lab - CH 211
General Chemistry I - CHEM101
– AND –
General Chemistry I Lab - CHEM101L
Principles of Macroeconomics - EC 3200Macroeconomics - ECON1013
Principles of Microeconomics - EC 3300Microeconomics - ECON1023
Religion and Culture ElectiveIntroduction to Religion - REL1013
Research Writing - EN 325English Composition II - ENG1023
Social Science ElectiveIntroduction to Criminal Justice - CJ1013
Survey of Western Civilization since 1600 - HS 214Western Civilization II - CIV1023
Survey of Western Civilization to 1600 - HS 213Western Civilization I - CIV1013
StraighterLine is partnered with the College of Professional Studies at Regis University. Students enrolled in other colleges at Regis University should contact their academic advisor to ensure that StraighterLine courses will transfer into their degree program.

Students who have previously taken StraighterLine's PHY251 - General Physics II course may transfer these credits to Regis University as PH 304B - General Physics with Calculus II. Students who have previously taken StraighterLine's PHY251L - General Physics II with Lab course may transfer these credits to Regis University as PH 304B - AND- PH 305B - General Physics with Calculus II - AND- General Physics with Calculus II Lab.

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