Course Equivalency Guide for Strayer University

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Course Name at Strayer University Course Name at StraighterLine Credits Transferred
Accounting I - ACC 100Accounting I - ACC1014.5
Accounting II - ACC 206Accounting II - ACC1024.5
Algebra with Applications - MAT 104College Algebra - MAT1014.5
American History after 1865 - HIS 105United States History II - USHIST1024.5
American History to 1865 - HIS 104United States History I - USHIST1014.5
Business Ethics - BUS 309Business Ethics - BUS1064.5
Business Law I - LEG 100Business Law - BUS1104.5
C++ Programming I - CIS 242Introduction to Programming in C++ - CS1014.5
Calculus I - MAT 310General Calculus I - MAT2504.5
Cost Accounting - ACC 350Managerial Accounting - ACC1504.5
Effective Communication Skills - COM 101Introduction to Communication - COM1014.5
English Composition  - ENG 115English Composition I - ENG1014.5
Environmental Science (Gen Ed)  - SCI 200Introduction to Environmental Science - ENV1014.5
General Elective - ELC 000Student Success - SUCCESS1014.5
Intermediate Accounting I - ACC 303Financial Accounting - ACC1514.5
Introduction to Biology (Gen Ed) - SCI 115Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. Anatomy & Physiology I - BIO201
– AND –
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab - BIO201L
4.5
Introduction to Biology (Gen Ed) - SCI 115Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. Anatomy & Physiology II - BIO202
– AND –
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab - BIO202L
4.5
Introduction to Biology (Gen Ed) - SCI 115Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. Introduction to Biology - BIO101
– AND –
Introduction to Biology Lab - BIO101L
4.5
Introduction to Biology (Gen Ed) - SCI 115Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. Microbiology - BIO2504.5
Introduction to Business - BUS 100Introduction to Business - BUS1014.5
Introduction to Criminal Justice - CRJ 100Introduction to Criminal Justice - CJ1014.5
Introduction to Information Technology  - CIS 106IT Fundamentals - IT 1014.5
Introduction to Physical Science (Gen Ed)  - SCI 110Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. General Physics I - PHY250
– AND –
General Physics I Lab - PHY250L
4.5
Introduction to Physical Science (Gen Ed)  - SCI 110Notes: Gen Ed refers to the General Education curriculum requirements. Lab is supplemental but not required for Gen Ed. General Chemistry I - CHEM101
– AND –
General Chemistry I Lab - CHEM101L
4.5
Introduction to Psychology  - PSY 105Introduction to Psychology - PSY1014.5
Introduction to Sociology - SOC 100Introduction to Sociology - SOC1014.5
Language Elective - LAN 001Spanish I - SPAN1014.5
Language Elective - LAN 001Spanish II - SPAN1024.5
Macroeconomics - ECO 102Notes: If both ECON 101 and ECON 102 have been completed. The student may opt to combine the coursework for ECO 100 and 1 general elective.  Macroeconomics - ECON1014.5
Management Concepts  - BUS 302Principles of Management - BUS2014.5
Math Elective - MAT 000General Calculus II - MAT2514.5
Microeconomics - ECO 101Notes: If both ECON 101 and ECON 102 have been completed. The student may opt to combine the coursework for ECO 100 and 1 general elective.  Microeconomics - ECON1024.5
Organizational Behavior  - BUS 322Organizational Behavior - BUS1204.5
Personal Financial Planning - FIN 215Personal Finance - FIN1014.5
Philosophy Elective - PHI 000Introduction to Philosophy - PHIL1014.5
Precalculus - MAT 200Precalculus - MAT2014.5
Professional Communications - ENG 315Notes: StraighterLine's BUS 105 - Business Communications is transferable to Strayer as either ENG 315 OR ENG 240.Business Communication - BUS1054.5
Research and Writing - ENG 215English Composition II - ENG1024.5
Science Elective  - SCI 001Introduction to Nutrition - NUTRI1014.5
Science Elective  - SCI 001Medical Terminology - MEDTERM1014.5
SOC 300 - Sociology of Developing CountriesCultural Anthropology - ANTH1014.5
Statistics - MAT 300Business Statistics - MAT1504.5
Statistics - MAT 300Introduction to Statistics - MAT2024.5
US Government  - POL 110American Government - POLS1014.5
World Cultures I - HUM 111Notes: StraighterLine's CIV 101 - Western Civilization I is transferable to Strayer as either HUM 101 OR HUM111.Western Civilization I - CIV1014.5
World Cultures I - HUM 111
– OR –
World Cultures II - HUM 112Notes: May be used as an alternative to CIV 101 or CIV 102.
Survey of World History - CIV 1034.5
World Cultures II - HUM 112Western Civilization II - CIV1024.5
World Religions  - REL 212Introduction to Religion - REL1014.5

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