Course Equivalency Guide for WGU - College of Information Technology

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You must achieve a 70% Minimum Grade to earn credit in the listed courses.

StraighterLine combines a $99/month membership with a guaranteed credit pathway to WGU - College of Information Technology. Courses start at $59 and include the eTextbook at no additional cost.

Course Name at WGU - College of Information Technology Course Name at StraighterLine Credits Transferred
MTA Certification Prep CourseNotes: This prep course itself will not transfer for credit to your WGU degree. It will prepare you for the MTA Networking Fundamentals certification exam, which upon successful completion will transfer into your WGU College of IT degree for 3 credits. Microsoft Technology Associate Networking Fundamentals Certification Training - MTA_Networking0
MTA Certification Prep CourseNotes: This prep course itself will not transfer for credit to your WGU degree. It will prepare you for the MTA Database Administration Fundamentals certification exam, which upon successful completion will transfer into your WGU College of IT degree for 3 credits.Microsoft Technology Associate Database Administration Fundamentals - MTA_Database0
MTA Certification Prep CourseNotes: This prep course itself will not transfer for credit to your WGU degree. It will prepare you for the MTA Software Development Fundamentals certification exam, which upon successful completion will transfer into your WGU College of IT degree for 3 credits.Microsoft Technology Associate Software Development Fundamentals - MTA_Software0
CompTIA A+ CertificationNotes: The StraighterLine training course itself will not transfer for credit to your WGU degree nor meet admission requirements. It will prepare you for the CompTIA A+ certification exam, which upon successfully passing will transfer into your WGU College of IT degree for 8 credits and may be used to satisfy admission requirements. CompTIA A+ Certification Training - COMPTIA_A+0
CompTIA Network+ CertificationNotes: The StraighterLine training course itself will not transfer for credit to your WGU degree nor meet admission requirements. It will prepare you for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam, which upon successfully passing will transfer into your WGU College of IT degree for 7 credits and may be used to satisfy admission requirements (exception is the Software Development degree -- receive 3 credits). CompTIA Network+ Certification Training - COMPTIA_NET+0
Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy & Physiology I - BIO2014
Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy & Physiology I - BIO201
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Anatomy & Physiology I Lab - BIO201L
4
Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy & Physiology II - BIO2024
Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy & Physiology II - BIO202
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Anatomy & Physiology II Lab - BIO202L
4
CalculusNotes: For BS Computer Science program only. General Calculus I - MAT2504
College AlgebraNotes:  For all IT programs.College Algebra - MAT1013
College AlgebraGeneral Calculus I - MAT2503
College AlgebraNotes:  For all IT programs.General Calculus II - MAT2513
College AlgebraPrecalculus - MAT2013
English Composition INotes:  For all IT programs.English Composition I - ENG1013
English Composition IINotes:  For all IT programs.English Composition II - ENG1023
Integrated Physical Sciences General Chemistry I - CHEM101
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General Chemistry I Lab - CHEM101L
3
Integrated Physical Sciences General Physics I - PHY2503
Integrated Physical Sciences General Physics I - PHY250
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General Physics I Lab - PHY250L
3
Integrated Physical Sciences General Chemistry I - CHEM1013
Introduction to BiologyIntroduction to Biology - BIO1013
Introduction to BiologyIntroduction to Biology - BIO101
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Introduction to Biology Lab - BIO101L
3
Introduction to Communication Spanish I - SPAN1013
Introduction to Communication Spanish II - SPAN1023
Introduction to Communication Introduction to Communication - COM1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. American Government - POLS1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Cultural Anthropology - ANTH1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Introduction to Psychology - PSY1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Introduction to Sociology - SOC1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Macroeconomics - ECON1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Microeconomics - ECON1023
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. United States History I - USHIST1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. United States History II - USHIST1023
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Western Civilization I - CIV1013
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Western Civilization II - CIV1023
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Survey of World History - CIV 1033
Introduction to GeographyNotes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, and Data Management programs only. Introduction to Criminal Justice - CJ1013
Introduction to HumanitiesNotes:  For all IT programs.Introduction to Philosophy - PHIL1013
Introduction to HumanitiesNotes:  For all IT programs.Introduction to Religion - REL1013
Introduction to ITIT Fundamentals - IT 1014
Introduction to Probability and StatisticsNotes:  For all IT programs.Introduction to Statistics - MAT2023
Organizational Behavior Notes: For Information Technology, IT- Security, and Software Development programs only. Organizational Behavior - BUS1203
Script and Programming - Foundations Notes: For Information Technology, Software Development, BS Network Operations and Security, BS Cloud and System Administration, BS Computer Science and Data Management programs only. Introduction to Programming in C++ - CS1013

Students need a minimum grade of 70% to be eligible to transfer courses from StraighterLine to Western Governors University- College of Information Technology. Please contact WGU Advisors at 1.866.225.5948 for any questions.

The tuition credit is $50 per course for the first four (4) StraighterLine courses transferred upon admission to WGU ($200 maximum). To qualify, courses must be (1) completed before his or her first term of enrollment at WGU and (2) eligible for transfer to WGU. WGU applies the tuition credit to the student's first-term tuition bill at WGU.

Students who have previously taken StraighterLine's PHY251 - General Physics II course may transfer these credits to WGU - College of Information Technology as UBC1 - Introduction to Physics. Students who have previously taken StraighterLine's PHY251L - General Physics II with Lab course may transfer these credits to WGU - College of Information Technology as UBC1/UBT1 - Introduction to Physics and Lab.

Once a student establishes AAV (academic activity verification) or confirms which courses they will complete at WGU, WGU is unable to transfer in additional coursework.



WGU does not award transfer credit after the initial term start date. No transfer credit will be awarded once a student has begun studies at WGU.

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