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    Academy of Board Certified Environmental Professionals

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 6 semester hours (SH) as follows:

    OMNI599* – Omnibus Credit (only applies to the program below)

    • Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management
    6 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    You must be certified in one of the following five areas through the ABCEP:

    • Environmental Assessment
    • Environmental Documentation
    • Environmental Operations
    • Environmental Planning
    • Environmental Research and Education

    Please include a copy of your certificate and current "Good Standing" letter when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

    You may pursue any graduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management.

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    60 semester hours (SH) guaranteed applied to the following programs:

    Eligibility

    In order to be eligible for participation in this program, students must meet the following criteria:

    • Have a conferred CCAF AAS degree.
    • Be enrolled and admitted in one of the approved APUS degree programs listed above. Note: Only the programs in the list above are eligible for the AU-ABC program transfer credit.
    • New students will be admitted into the current catalog APUS degree program.

    Airmen with a conferred CCAF degree who participate in the AU-ABC Program are guaranteed to complete their bachelor degree in 60 semester hours or less with APUS.

    • A maximum of 60 semester hours will remain for completion of the selected degree program.
    • Up to 15 semester hours will be applied to the General Education area.
    • Credit from the official CCAF transcript may come from multiple sources including academic credit from other institutions or credit by examination, and will be applied according to current APUS transfer credit policies.
    • All coursework transferred into the CCAF AAS degree is part of the total credits applied toward a student's APUS bachelor degree program; this includes any credit that was transferred from APUS to CCAF for completion of the AAS degree.
    • Students wishing to participate in the AU-ABC Program may NOT add a minor or certificate to their selected APUS degree program. The addition of a minor or certificate prevents APUS from being able to meet the terms of the AU-ABC Co-operative Agreement as set by CCAF, thus making any student who chooses to add either or both of those elements to their chosen degree program ineligible to participate in the AU-ABC Program.

    Program Changes

    Students may change from one approved AU-ABC degree to another, or have the option of changing their program of study in order to take advantage of the AU-ABC Program; however this should only be done AFTER a student has consulted his/her APUS Student Advisor as it could impact their previous TCE award. For questions about changing an APUS Academic Program, please contact advising@apus.edu.

    If a student is looking to change from an existing approved AU-ABC degree to a degree that is not part of the AU-ABC program, they may not receive the same courses that were awarded in their previous TCE. Any student initiating a program change voluntarily agrees to:

    • all new program requirements for their new APUS program as outlined in the current APUS catalog,
    • forfeiting their previous TCE award, and
    • having a new TCE performed which will be conducted using current transfer credit policies and guidelines.

    APUS courses start the first Monday of each month and are 8-weeks in length.

    For additional assistance and answers to specific questions regarding the AU-ABC Program, please send an email to CreditAward@apus.edu. A qualified member of our Transfer Students Department will respond promptly.

  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    ALEKS Coursework

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Beginning Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-8/2017

    MATH100 – Pre-Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-5/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-5/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Algebra with Trigonometry

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-5/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Intermediate Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-8/2017

    MATH101 – Introduction to College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2013-5/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    PreCalculus

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-5/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-5/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Trigonometry

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/1999-5/2021

    MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please have your official ACE Transcript sent directly to us when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    American Hotel and Lodging Association: Certified Hotel Administrator

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    HOSP100 – Introduction to Hospitality Management3 SH
    HOSP206 – Introduction to Lodging Management3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    American Hotel and Lodging Association: Certified Hotel Administrator

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 3 semester hours (SH) as follows:

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration 
    • Master of Business Administration with a General concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    American Society of Transportation and Logistics: Global Logistics Associate Certification

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 10 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Elective Credit10 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed the Global Logistics Associate Certification through the American Society of Transportation & Logistics (ASTL).
    • Please include a copy of your Global Logistics Associate Certification certificate along with the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university.
  • Graduate

    Other

    American Society for Association Executives: The Center for Association Leadership Certified Association Executive Certification

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 3 semester hours (SH) as follows:

    MGMT600 – Organizational Management or PADM610 – Public Management3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Public Safety

    Anti-Terrorism Training and Consulting Solutions, Inc.

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 28 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    ATS 100

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2005

    Elective Credit2 SH

    ATS 101

    Effective Dates: May 1, 2007

    Elective Credit1 SH

    ATS 102

    Effective Dates: October 1, 2007

    Elective Credit1 SH

    ATS 103

    Effective Dates: May 1. 2007

    Elective Credit1 SH

    ATS 104

    Effective Dates: September 1, 2007

    Elective Credit2 SH

    ATS 105

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2006

    Elective Credit1 SH

    ATS 106

    Effective Dates: October 30, 2008

    Elective Credit2 SH

    ATS 107

    Effective Dates: November 1, 2006

    Elective Credit3 SH

    ATS 108

    Effective Dates: November 1, 2006

    HLSS230 – Chemistry of Explosives3 SH

    ATS 109

    Effective Dates: December 1, 2005

    Elective Credit3 SH

    ATS 110

    Effective Dates: December 1, 2005

    HLSS233 – Explosive Incident Assessment: Methods, Practices, Protocols3 SH

    ATS 111

    Effective Dates: July 1, 2004

    HLSS232 – Electronics, Electricity, and Explosives3 SH

    ATS 112

    Effective Dates: July 1, 2004

    Elective Credit3 SH

    ATS 113

    Effective Dates: October 30, 2008

    HLSS230 – Chemistry of Explosives3 SH
    HLSS232 – Electronics, Electricity, and Explosives3 SH
    HLSS233 – Explosive Incident Assessment: Methods, Practices, Protocols3 SH
    Elective Credit6 SH

    ATS 114

    Effective Dates: October 30, 2008

    HLSS233 – Explosive Incident Assessment: Methods, Practices, Protocols3 SH
    Elective Credit6 SH

    ATS 115

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2007

    Elective Credit8 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Students who submit certificates of completion for ATS 107, ATS 108, ATS 109, ATS 110 or ATS 111 WILL NOT receive duplicate credit if they also submit ATS 113
    • Students who submit certificates of completion for ATS 107, ATS 109 or ATS 110 WILL NOT receive duplicate credit if they also submit ATS 114
    • For submitted certificates to be eligible they MUST display the A-T Solutions, Inc. course number and indicate the course completion date was AFTER the effective date listed.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program
  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    AP Exams

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    2D Art & Design

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2020-11/2026

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    3D Art & Design

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2020-11/2026

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Art History

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    ARTH200 – Art Appreciation
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-9/2021

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology or BIOL133 – General Biology I with Lab and BIOL134 – General Biology II with Lab
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Calculus AB

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    MATH225 – Calculus
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Calculus BC

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    MATH225 – Calculus and MATH226 – Calculus II
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Chemistry

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-9/2021

    CHEM180 – Introduction to Chemistry
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Chinese Language and Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    16 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Comparative Government & Politics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2026

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Computer Science A

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-12/2023

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Drawing

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2020-11/2026

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    English Language & Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2026

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant and ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English Literature & Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2026

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant and ENGL210 – Introduction to Literature
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Environmental Science

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2020-11/2026

    EVSP180 – Introduction to Environmental Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    European History

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    French Language

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    FREN100 – French I and FREN101 – French II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    FREN100 – French I and FREN101 – French II
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    FREN100 – French I and FREN101 – French II
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    German Language

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 12/2017-11/2023

    GERM100 – German I and GERM101 – German II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 12/2017-11/2023

    GERM100 – German I and GERM101 – German II
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 12/2017-11/2023

    GERM100 – German I and GERM101 – German II
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Human Geography

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2001-12/2025

    GEOG101 – Introduction to Geography
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Italian Language and Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    16 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Japanese Language and Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    JAPN100 – Introduction to Japanese
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    JAPN100 – Introduction to Japanese
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    JAPN100 – Introduction to Japanese
    16 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Latin

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    8 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university course equivalent
    16 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-12/2025

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-12/2025

    ECON101 – Microeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Music Theory

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 12/2017-11/2023

    MUSI200 – Music Appreciation
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4 or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2017-11/2023

    MUSI200 – Music Appreciation
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Physics 1

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2017-12/2023

    PHYS180 – Introduction to Physics or PHYS133 – Elements of Physics I with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Physics 2: Algebra-Based

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2017-12/2023

    PHYS180 – Introduction to Physics or PHYS134 – Elements of Physics II with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2017-12/2023

    SCIN234 – Physics II with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Physics C: Mechanics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2017-12/2023

    SCIN233 – Physics I with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Research

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 1/2019-12/2025

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2019-12/2025

    No university equivalent
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Seminar

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 1/2019-12/2025

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2019-12/2025

    No university equivalent
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Spanish Language and Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II and SPAN200 – Spanish III
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 5
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II and SPAN200 – Spanish III and SPAN202 – Spanish IV
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Spanish Literature and Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 3
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university equivalent
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 4 or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2015-9/2021

    No university equivalent
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/1997-11/2023

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    United States Government and Politics

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2026

    POLS210 – American Government I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    United States History

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/1994-11/2023

    HIST101 – American History to 1877 and HIST102 – American History since 1877
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    World History

    ACE Passing Score: 3 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2002-11/2023

    HIST111 – World Civilization before 1650 and HIST112 – World Civilization since 1650
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your CollegeBoard AP Exam Score Report when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Graduate

    Other

    Association for Talent Development: Certified Professional in Learning and Performance

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 3 semester hours (SH) as follows:

    Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP), July 2006 to Present

    MGMT603 – Organizational Development3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form. Certificates for Certified Professional in Learning and Performance from American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) (former name of ATD) are also accepted for this policy
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing Master of Arts in Management with a General Concentration, or Organizational Leadership.
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Basic Law Enforcement Training

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from is 27 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies and Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit3 SH

    Additional credit may be awarded for BLET programs exceeding 400 contact hours

    Elective CreditUp to 15 SH *

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Additional credit award is determined by the following mathematical equation: (# of BLET program hours greater than 400 x 0.25) / 15 = APUS Semester Hours. The resulting APUS SH are rounded down to the nearest whole number when awarded.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • The training program must be for "basic" training; specialized law enforcement programs do not qualify for this internal policy.
    • The training program must have been completed on or after January 1, 1990.
    • The training program must incorporate a minimum of 400 contact hours for completion.
    • NOTE: Programs for corrections, detention, reserve officers, radar, taser, or other specialized trainings DO NOT qualify for this internal policy and are NOT acceptable for transfer credit review.
    • Students may only receive transfer credit for ONE BLET program or Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) course. Any additional BLET or POST course is considered duplicate – even if completed through a different organization or in a different state – and will NOT be awarded any additional transfer credit.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • The training program must be for law enforcement, police officer, or peace officer training only.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a General Concentration.
  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    CLEP Exams

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    American Government

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    POLS210 – American Government I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    American Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Biology (formerly General Biology)

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Calculus

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-11/2023

    MATH225 – Calculus
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Calculus with Elementary Functions

    ACE Passing Score: 41 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/1996-4/2006

    MATH225 – Calculus
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Chemistry (formerly General Chemistry)

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    CHEM180 – Introduction to Chemistry
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Algebra-Trigonometry

    ACE Passing Score: 52 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-8/2006

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2010-11/2023

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant and ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    College Composition Modular

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-11/2023

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    College Mathematics

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra and MATH125 – Math for Liberal Arts Majors
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    English Composition (with or without Essay)

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-2/2016

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant and ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Financial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2007-12/2022

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    French Language

    ACE Passing Score: 50-58
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-11/2023

    FREN100 – French I and FREN101 – French II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 59 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-11/2023

    FREN100 – French I and FREN101 – French II
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Freshman College Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-2/2016

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant and ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    German Language

    ACE Passing Score: 50-59
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    GERM100 – German I and GERM101 – German II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 60 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    GERM100 – German I and GERM101 – German II
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    History of the United States I: Early Colonizations to 1877

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    HIST102 – American History since 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Human Growth & Development

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Humanities

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Information Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Educational Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introductory Business Law

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2002-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introductory Psychology (formerly General Psychology)

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-11/2023

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introductory Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Natural Sciences

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-11/2023

    No university equivalent
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Precalculus

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2005-12/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Principles of Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2001-8/2006

    ACCT100 – Accounting I and ACCT101 – Accounting II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Principles of Management

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    MGMT310 – Principles and Theory of Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    MKTG201 – Fundamentals of Marketing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    ECON101 – Microeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Social Sciences & History

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/1996-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or General Education History or Elective

    Spanish Language

    ACE Passing Score: 50-62
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 63 or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2015-12/2022

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II and SPAN200 – Spanish III
    9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Spanish with Writing

    ACE Passing Score: 50-64
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2024

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    ACE Passing Score: 65 or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2024

    SPAN100 – Spanish I and SPAN101 – Spanish II and SPAN200 – Spanish III and SPAN202 – Spanish IV
    12 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Trigonometry

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1978-2/2016

    MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    HIST121 – Western Civilization before The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present

    ACE Passing Score: 50 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2001-12/2022

    HIST122 – Western Civilization since The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your CollegeBoard AP Exam Score Report when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Cobb County Police Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Cobb County Police Department Training Program
    Effective Dates: December 1, 2017 – Present

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    CMRJ306 – Criminal Investigation3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Public Health Apprentice

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum award possible is 22 semester hours (SH) based on the following:
    Effective Dates: October 2, 2008 – Present

    Apprentice Level:

    BIOL180 Introduction to Biology3 SH
    Elective credit (no course equivalent) 1 SH

    Journeyman Level:

    BIOL180 Introduction to Biology3 SH

    Elective credit (no course equivalent) 

    1 SH

    PBHE211 Public Health in America

    3 SH

    PBHE111 Introduction to Health Care Administration

    3 SH

    Craftsman Level:

    BIOL180 Introduction to Biology3 SH

    Elective credit (no course equivalent) 

    1 SH

    PBHE211 Public Health in America

    3 SH

    PBHE111 Introduction to Health Care Administration

    3 SH

    PBHE315 Health Economics and Finance

    3 SH

    OMNI399 Omnibus credit (only applies to the programs below)**  

    • BS Public Health with a General concentration
    • BS Sports and Health Sciences with a General concentration
    • BAS Health Sciences – Major
    3 SH

    Superintendent Level:

    BIOL180 Introduction to Biology3 SH

    Elective credit (no course equivalent) 

    1 SH

    PBHE211 Public Health in America

    3 SH

    PBHE111 Introduction to Health Care Administration

    3 SH

    PBHE315 Health Economics and Finance

    3 SH

    OMNI399 Omnibus credit (only applies to the programs below)** 

    • BA Healthcare Administration with an Emergency Management concentration
    • BS Public Health with an Emergency and Disaster Management or General concentration
    • BS Sports and Health Sciences with a General concentration
    • BAS Health Sciences – Major
    3 SH
    PBHE413 Special Operations in Emergency Medical Service3 SH
    EDMG220 Emergency Planning3 SH

    **Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered traditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    CompTIA

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    CompTIA A+

    ISSC221 / ISSC321 – Intermediate Computer Systems3 SH
    ISSC322 – Computer Systems Organization: Advanced3 SH

    CompTIA Cloud+

    ISSC326 – Cloud Computing3 SH
    ISSC426 – Cloud Security and Privacy3 SH

    CompTIA Cloud Essentials

    ISSC326 – Cloud Computing3 SH

    CompTIA Mobility+

    ISSC343 – Wireless Networks3 SH

    CompTIA Network+

    ISSC231 / ISSC341 – Networking Concepts3 SH

    CompTIA Project+

    ITMG221 / ITMG321 – Information Technology Project Management3 SH

    CompTIA Security+

    ISSC422 – Information Security3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Culinary School of Fort Worth

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Professional Culinary Program

    Effective Dates: October 1, 2020

    HOSP100 – Introduction to Hospitality Management3 SH
    HOSP101 – Foodservice Sanitation3 SH
    HOSP202 – Quantity Food Preparation3 SH
    HOSP203 – Hotel and Restaurant Purchasing3 SH
    HOSP204 – Nutrition in the Food Service Industry3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Defense Acquisition University Certified Acquisition Professional

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Expand All

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 30 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Auditing I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Auditing II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Auditing III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a General concentration
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH
    MGMT310 – Principles & Theory of Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security (3 SH only) area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a General concentration
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    6 SH

    Business-Financial Management I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Business-Financial Management II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Business-Financial Management III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security (3 SH only) area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    6 SH

    Contracting I

    MGMT310 – Principles & Theory of Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a General concentration
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Contracting II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM311 – Program and Acquisition Management II3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH
    DEFM421 – Joint Contingency Contracting3 SH
    DEFM423 – Mission Support Contracting II3 SH
    DEFM424 – Overhead Management of Defense Contracts3 SH
    MGMT310 – Principles & Theory of Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a General concentration
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Contracting III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM311 – Program and Acquisition Management II3 SH
    DEFM420 – Cost Analysis & Negotiation Techniques3 SH
    DEFM421 – Joint Contingency Contracting3 SH
    DEFM423 – Mission Support Contracting II3 SH
    DEFM424 – Overhead Management of Defense Contracts3 SH
    MGMT310 – Principles & Theory of Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a General concentration
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    6 SH

    Engineering I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Engineering II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM415 – Acquisition Test & Evaluation3 SH
    TLMT341 – Logistics Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Engineering III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM415 – Acquisition Test & Evaluation3 SH
    TLMT341 – Logistics Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Facilities Engineering I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Facilities Engineering II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Facilities Engineering III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Information Technology I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Information Technology II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BS Information Systems Security with a General concentration***
    • BS Information Technology with a General concentration**
    • BS Information Technology Management – Major**
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with an Information Technology Management concentration
    3 SH

    Information Technology III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    INFO331** – Management Information Systems3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BS Information Systems Security with a General concentration***
    • BS Information Technology with a General concentration**
    • BS Information Technology Management – Major**
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with an Information Technology Management concentration
    3 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Production Control & Quality I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Production Control & Quality II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Production Control & Quality III

    ENTD412** – Systems Engineering3 SH

    Program Management I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Program Management II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Program Management III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    INFO331** – Management Information Systems3 SH
    MGMT310 – Principles & Theory of Management3 SH
    TLMT341 – Logistics Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology or National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a DoD Project Management or General concentration
    3 SH

    Purchasing I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Purchasing II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Science & Technology Management I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Science & Technology Management II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Science & Technology Management III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Test & Evaluation I

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH

    Test & Evaluation II

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM415 – Acquisition Test & Evaluation3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    Test & Evaluation III

    DEFM200 – Fundamentals of Contracting and Acquisition3 SH
    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I3 SH
    DEFM415 – Acquisition Test & Evaluation3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies – National and Local Security area
    • BA Government Contracting & Acquisition – Major
    • BA Military Management & Program Acquisition – Major
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    **Certification must have been earned within the last 7 calendar years in order for this equivalency to be awarded. If the certification is older than 7 calendar years, the credit will be awarded as nonequivalent elective credit only.

    ***Certification must have been earned within the last 5 calendar years in order for this equivalency to be awarded. If the certification is older than 5 calendar years, the credit will be awarded as nonequivalent elective credit only.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

  • Graduate

    Government

    Defense Acquisition University Certified Acquisition Professional

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Expand All

    Auditing I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Auditing II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Auditing III

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Business-Cost Estimating III

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Business-Financial Management I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Business-Financial Management II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Business-Financial Management III

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Contracting I

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Contracting II

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Contracting III

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Engineering I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Engineering II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Engineering III

    ENTD640** – Enterprise Software Development Methodologies3 SH
    INFO531** – Management Information Systems3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • MS Information Technology with a concentration in Enterprise Software Development
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Facilities Engineering I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Facilities Engineering II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Facilities Engineering III

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Transportation & Logistics Management with a General concentration
    6 SH

    Industrial/Contract Property Management III

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Transportation & Logistics Management with a General concentration
    6 SH

    Information Technology I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Information Technology II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MS Information Technology – all concentrations
    6 SH

    Information Technology III

    INFO620** – Enterprise Data Systems3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MS Information Technology – all concentrations
    6 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • MA Transportation & Logistics Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Life Cycle Logistics III

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH
    DEFM550 – Program Manager's Skills3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • MA Transportation & Logistics Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Production Control & Quality I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Production Control & Quality II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • MS Information Technology with a concentration in Enterprise Software Development
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    3 SH

    Production Control & Quality III

    ENTD640** – Enterprise Software Development Methodologies3 SH
    INFO531** – Management Information Systems3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • MS Information Technology with a concentration in Enterprise Software Development
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    3 SH

    Program Management I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Program Management II

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Program Management III

    DEFM540 – Program and Acquisition Management3 SH
    DEFM550 – Program Manager’s Skills3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with a General concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a concentration in:
      • General concentration
      • Government Contracting and Acquisition
    6 SH

    Purchasing I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Purchasing II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Science & Technology Management I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Science & Technology Management II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Science & Technology Management III

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Test & Evaluation I

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Test & Evaluation II

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Test & Evaluation III

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    *Omnibus credit is transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements, but for which APUS does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applied as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

    Per university policy, the certification completion date(s) must be within ten years of the TCE request date for a student to be able to receive transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Public Safety

    Defense Threat Reduction University

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following.

    Contact Transfer Credit Award for more information.

    Advanced Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Course (ACWMD)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Advanced System Survivability Integrated Simulation Toolkit Level I (ASSIST)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, High-Yield Explosive

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    HLSS104 – Chemical and Biological Defense3 SH

    Civil Support Team Radiological Training Course (CST-RTC)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Defense Integration and Management of Nuclear Data Services (DIAMONDS)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Hazard Prediction & Assessment Capability Level 1 Course

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    HLSS211 – Emergency Response to Terrorism3 SH

    Hazard Prediction & Assessment Capability Level 2 Course

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    HLSS212 – Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards3 SH

    Hazard Prediction & Assessment Capability Level 3 Course

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Integrated Munitions Effects Assessment Level 2 Course (IMEA-2)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    2 SH

    Integrated Weapons of Mass Destruction Toolset (IWMDT)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    2 SH

    Introduction to Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Course (ICWMD)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Introduction to Radiological and Nuclear Incident Response (IRNIR)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Improvised Nuclear and Radiological Dispersal Device Recognition Course (JEIRRC)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    2 SH

    Joint Nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal Course (JNEODC)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Nuclear Emergency Team Orientation (NETOR)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Vulnerability Assessment Protection Option Level 1 Course (VAPO-1)

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    2 SH

    Advanced Incident Command and Control Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Basic Incident Command and Control Certificate
    • Nuclear Radiological Incident Management (NRIM) Course or Commander and Staff Nuclear Accident Response Workshop (CASNAR)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    HLSS211 – Emergency Response to Terrorism3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    Advanced Incident Response Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Applied Radiological Response Techniques (ARRT) Certificate
    • Nuclear Emergency Team Operations (NETOP) Certificate

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    3 SH

    Advanced Nuclear Weapons Certificate – Operations

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Intermediate Nuclear Weapons Certificate
    • Theater Nuclear Operations Course (TNOC)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Applied Radiological Response Techniques (ARRT) Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Introduction to WMD in the 21st Century (WMD-21)
    • Applied Radiological Response Techniques Level 2 (ARRT2)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    3 SH

    Basic Incident Command and Control Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Introduction to WMD in the 21st Century (WMD-21)
    • WMD Command, Control, and Coordination (WMDC3) or WMD Incident Response Workshop (WMDIRW)
    • Nuclear/Radiological Incident Response Practicum

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    HLSS211 – Emergency Response to Terrorism3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    Basic Nuclear Weapons Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Introduction to WMD in the 21st Century (WMD-21)
    • Nuclear Weapons Orientation Course (NWOC)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Intermediate Nuclear Weapons Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Basic Nuclear Weapons Certificate
    • Nuclear Policy Course (NucPol)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    3 SH

    Level II, USAF SF Group/Squadron Nuclear Certification

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • DoD Nuclear Weapons Security Training (NWST)
    • Nuclear Surety Inspections Course (NSIC)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Level III, USAF SF Nuclear Policy Certification

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • DoD Nuclear Weapons Security Training (NWST)
    • Nuclear Surety Inspections Course (NSIC)
    • Joint DoD-DOE Nuclear Surety Executive Course (JNSEC)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Nuclear Emergency Team Operations (NETOP) Certificate

    Effective Dates: Oct 2010 – Present

    Component Courses of Certification Program:

    • Introduction to WMD in the 21st Century (WMD-21)
    • Nuclear Emergency Team Operations Primer (NETOPS Primer) or Nuclear Emergency Team Orientation (NETOR)
    • Nuclear Emergency Team Operations (NETOP)

    All component courses must have been completed to be eligible for the recommendation.

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Emergency and Disaster Management
    • BA Homeland Security
    6 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    *Omnibus credit is transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements, but for which APUS does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applied as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

    **If the DAU certification exceeds 7 years in age, credits may be transferred into undergraduate level programs to fulfill General Elective area requirements, but will not be considered equivalent to any APUS course offering.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • For the certification programs listed, all the component certificates must have been completed to be eligible for the transfer credit recommendation; while a student may receive individual certificates from DTRU for the component courses, the certificate of completion for the certification program is the document that must be submitted to be eligible for transfer credit.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program.
  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    Distance Learning Systems Indiana Coursework

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    American Government

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    POLS210 – American Government I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    American Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2020

    BIOL181 – Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    BIOL250 – Human Anatomy and Physiology with Lab I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective
    NOTE: Both Anatomy and Physiology I and Anatomy and Physiology I Lab must be completed to receive BIOL250 equivalency

    Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    BIOL251 – Human Anatomy and Physiology with Lab II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective
    NOTE: Both Anatomy and Physiology II and Anatomy and Physiology II Lab must be completed to receive BIOL251 equivalency

    Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Beer and Wine in Western Culture

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Mathematics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    MATH125 – Math for Liberal Arts Majors
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Developmental Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    English Composition 1

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English Composition 2

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    ENGL210 – Introduction to Literature
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    PHIL200 – Introduction to Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Fundamentals of Public Speaking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    COMM200 – Public Speaking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Health and Human Development

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2020

    PBHE209 – Wellness: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History of United States I: Early Colonization to 1877

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2020

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Introduction to Humanities

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2020

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Introduction to Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    ECON101 – Microeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Philosophy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    PHIL101 – Introduction to Philosophy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Introduction to Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to World Religions

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    RELS201 – Introduction to World Religions
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Life and Teachings of Apostly Paul

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Microbiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2020

    SCIN202 – Introduction to Microbiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Nutrition

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    SPHE295 – Foundations of Nutrition
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Pathophysiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective
    NOTE: SCIN255 – Principles of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology is awarded if both Pathophysiology and Pharmacology have been completed

    Pharmacology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective
    NOTE: SCIN255 – Principles of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology is awarded if both Pathophysiology and Pharmacology have been completed

    Principles of Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    MATH302 – Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Substance Abuse

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Technical Writing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2021-2/2024

    ENGL220 – Technical Writing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please have your official ACE Transcript sent directly to us when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Doctrine Networked Education and Training: Joint Doctrine Courses

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Follow the steps below to calculate the transfer credit award for qualifying DOCNET certificates.

    STEP 1: Identify the number of contact hours for the course

    Each DOCNET – Joint Doctrine Course has an associated number of contact hours which will be mathematically converted to semester hours (SH) before being applied as transfer credit toward an APUS degree program.

    STEP 2: Convert the contact hours to semester hours

    To convert the contact hours to SH, the contact hours will first be converted to Continuing Education Units (CEUs) using the equation: Contact Hours/10=CEUs. The CEUs will then be converted to SH using the equation: CEUs/1.5=SH.

    STEP 3: Identify the number of transfer credits possible for award

    The number of calculated SH, not to exceed a total of 15 SH, may be awarded toward the Elective requirements of a student's APUS degree program as applicable.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    DSST Exams

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Art of the Western World

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Astronomy

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2023

    SPST180 – Introduction to Astronomy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Business Ethics and Society

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2017-10/2021

    MGMT200 – Ethics Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Mathematics

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/1999-10/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Civil War & Reconstruction

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-7/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computing and Information Technology

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2013-7/2024

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2017-10/2021

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Environmental Science

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2013-10/2021

    EVSP180 – Introduction to Environmental Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Ethics in America

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-10/2025

    PHIL200 – Introduction to Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Ethics in Technology

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-5/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Foundations of Education

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Fundamentals of College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-10/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Fundamentals of Counseling

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-10/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-10/2021

    ISSC452 – Cybersecurity
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    General Anthropology

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2016-10/2025

    ANTH100 – Introduction to Anthropology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Health and Human Development (formerly Here's to Your Health)

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2013-7/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History of the Soviet Union (formerly Rise & Fall of the Soviet Union)

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2021-10/2025

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    A History of the Vietnam War

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-7/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Human Resource Management

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2013-10/2025

    HRMT200 – Human Resource Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Business

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2009-7/2024

    BUSN100 – Basics of Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Geography (formerly Human/Cultural Geography)

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2023

    GEOG101 – Introduction to Geography
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Geology

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-7/2023

    ERSC181 – Introduction to Geology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Law Enforcement

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2018-7/2023

    CMRJ201 – Criminal Justice Administration
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to the Modern Middle East

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-12/2013

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to World Religions

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-10/2025

    RELS201 – Introduction to World Religions
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Lifespan Developmental Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2013-10/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Management Information Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2018-7/2024

    INFO331 – Management Information Systems
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Math for Liberal Arts

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2016-10/2025

    MATH125 – Math for Liberal Arts Majors
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Money & Banking

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2016-10/2025

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Organizational Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2013-10/2025

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Personal Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-10/2025

    BUSN235 – Personal Finance
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Advanced English Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2016-10/2025

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant or ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Principles of Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2017-10/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Physical Science

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2018

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Principles of Public Speaking

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-7/2023

    COMM200 – Public Speaking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Principles of Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/1990-10/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Principles of Supervision

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2009-7/2024

    MGMT101 – Principles of Supervision
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Substance Abuse

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2008-7/2024

    PSYC324 – Psychology of Addiction & Substance Abuse
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Technical Writing

    ACE Passing Score: 400 or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2013-10/2021

    ENGL220 – Technical Writing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    **Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your DSST Exam Score Report when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    Effective Dates: August 1, 2019 – Present

    Basic Law Enforcement School

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    CMRJ306 – Criminal Investigation3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law  3 SH
    Elective Credit  24 SH

    Combined Deputy School

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    CMRJ306 – Criminal Investigation3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law  3 SH
    Elective Credit  30 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Public Safety

    FBI National Academy Associates Youth Leadership Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    FDM Java Developer Training Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    ENTD211 – Introduction to Software Design3 SH
    ENTD371 – Database Driven Web Applications Using PHP and MySQL3 SH
    ENTD481 – Enterprise Development Using J2EE3 SH
    INFO171 – Relational Database with Oracle: SQL Introduction3 SH
    INFO221 – Relational Database Concepts3 SH
    INFO271 – Relational Database with Oracle: SQL Intermediate3 SH
    INFO222 / INFO321 – Database Concepts3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Coursework (National Emergency Training Center, Emergency Management Institute, National Fire Academy)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following. Contact Transfer Credit Award for more information.

    American Council on Education (ACE) reviewed FEMA coursework.

    • The University will follow the recommendations made by ACE for any FEMA coursework that ACE has reviewed. If the ACE recommendation for the course completed is for credit at the baccalaureate (lower or upper) level, the University will accept that number of semester hours for the course. Note that Vocational credit recommendations are not acceptable for credit at the postsecondary education level.
    • To search for and view applicable ACE credit recommendations, see the National Emergency Training Center (EMI) tab of the ACE National Guide.

    FEMA coursework not reviewed by ACE:

    • Any remaining coursework listed on a submitted FEMA transcript that has not been reviewed by ACE will be converted from Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to Semester Hours (SH). The University will accept a maximum of up to 12 SH of transfer credit from non-ACE reviewed FEMA coursework, which can only be applied to the Elective requirements of an undergraduate degree program.
    • CEUs are converted to SH using the equation: CEUs/1.5=SH; any decimal credit is reduced to the nearest whole number. For example, 6.3 CEUs, divided by 1.5, equals 4.2. Therefore, in this example, the student would be eligible for a maximum of up to 4 SH of Elective transfer credit.

    Frederick Community College coursework:

    • If a student has successfully completed associated coursework at Frederick Community College (FCC) complimenting previously completed FEMA coursework, their FCC coursework can be reviewed for potential traditional academic transfer credit.
    • Students must submit an official Frederick Community College transcript to be eligible for potential academic transfer credit.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your FEMA official transcript when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program.
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The university follows the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) credit recommendations for FLETC coursework. Contact Transfer Credit Award for more information.

    • Border Patrol Academy – Immigration and Naturalization ServicePolice Training
      Program(2001 – Present)
    • Border Patrol Agent Basic Training (1/1970 – 12/1999)
    • Border Patrol (U.S.) Basic Academy (2006 – Present)
    • Criminal Investigator Training Program(6/1970 – Present)
    • Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Basic (2009 – Present)
    • Customs and Border Protection Integrated Training Program (2004 – Present)
    • Customs Inspector Basic Training Course (1/1992 – 12/1999)
    • Customs Inspector Basic Training (2002 – Present)
    • Department of the Treasury Eighteen WeekPolice Training Program (1988 – Present)
    • Driver Instructor Training Program (DITP) (2001)
    • Federal Air Marshal Service Training (2002 – Present)
    • Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deportation Training Program (2005 – Present)
    • Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detentionand Deportation
    • Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Agent Training (ICESAT)
      Program (2008 – Present)
    • Immigration Basic Training Program (1997)
    • Immigration Detention Enforcement Officer Basic Program (1/1998 – Present)
    • Immigration Officer Basic Training Course (1/1980 – Present)
    • Immigration Special Agent Basic Training Program (1/1994 – 1999)
    • Introductory Intelligence Analyst Training Program
    • Investigator General – Non Criminal Investigator Training (6/2008 – Present)
    • Land Management Training Program (7/1993 – 8/1995)
    • Land Management Training Program (1998 – 2003)
    • Law Enforcement Instructor Training Program (1998 – 2003)
    • Marine Law Enforcement Training Program (7/1992 – Present)
    • Mixed Basic Police Training(11/1990 – Present)
    • Transportation Security Administration Training
    • Uniformed Police Training Program (10/2001 – Present)
    • U.S. Customs Service Academy – Senior Inspector Training (2002 – Present)
    • U.S. Customs Service Inspector Training Program (1992 – 1999)
    • U.S. Customs Service Integrated (1998 – Present)
    • U.S. Marshall’s ServiceDeputy U.S. Marshall Training(2003 – Present)
    • U.S. Marshall’s Service Integrated Training(1995 – Present)
    • U.S. Park Police (Before 1999)
    • U.S. Park Police Eighteen Week Basic Training Program (1995)
    • U.S. Park Police Integrated Basic Training Program (1999 – Present)
    • U.S. Park Police Seventeen Week Basic Training Program (1988)
    • Weapons of Mass Destruction Training Program (2004)

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Firefighter Certifications

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    Below is a list of training programs the university has evaluated and been able to award credit for. Contact Transfer Credit Award for more information.

    Fire Fighter I

    NFPA Standard #: 1001

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    FSMT102 – Fire Behavior and Combustion3 SH

    Fire Fighter II

    NFPA Standard #: 1001

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    FSMT210 – Fundamentals of Fire Protection3 SH

    Driver/Operator Pumper

    NFPA Standard #: 1002

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT289 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply3 SH

    Driver/Operator Aerial

    NFPA Standard #: 1002

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Driver/Operator: Tiller

    NFPA Standard #: 1002

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Driver/Operator ARFF

    NFPA Standard #: 1002

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Driver/Operator Mobile Water Supply

    NFPA Standard #: 1002

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Airport Fire Fighter

    NFPA Standard #: 1003

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2010 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Rope

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Confined Space

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Trench

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Structural Collapse

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Vehicle Machinery

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Rescue Technician (Ch 3,4,6,7)

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit same as Rope+Confined Space+Vehicle Machinery or Rescue Technician I5 SH

    Rescue Technician (Ch 8, 9)

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit same as Trench+Structural Collapse or Rescue Technician II4 SH

    Rescue Technician I

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit same as Rope+Confined Space+Vehicle Machinery or Rescue Technician (Ch 3,4,6,7)5 SH

    Rescue Technician II

    NFPA Standard #: 1006

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit same as Trench+Structural Collapse or Rescue Technician (Ch 8, 9)4 SH

    Fire Officer I

    NFPA Standard #: 1021

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    EDMG230 – Emergency and Disaster Incident Command3 SH

    Fire Officer II

    NFPA Standard #: 1021

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    OMNI399* – omnibus transfer credit toward BS Fire Science Management MAJOR requirements3 SH

    Fire Officer III

    NFPA Standard #: 1021

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT362 – Fire Administration and Finance3 SH

    Fire Officer IV

    NFPA Standard #: 1021

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT321 – Community Fire Mitigation and Protection3 SH

    Fire Inspector I

    NFPA Standard #: 1031

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT188 – Fire Prevention3 SH

    Fire Inspector II

    NFPA Standard #: 1031

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT201 – Fire Protection Systems3 SH

    Fire Inspector III

    NFPA Standard #: 1031

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2009 to Present

    FSMT287 – Fire Protection in Building Construction3 SH

    Fire Instructor I

    NFPA Standard #: 1041

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Fire Instructor II

    NFPA Standard #: 1041

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Fire Instructor III

    NFPA Standard #: 1041

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Wildland Fire Fighter I

    NFPA Standard #: 1051

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    No Transfer Credit Awarded0 SH

    Wildland Fire Fighter II

    NFPA Standard #: 1051

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    No Transfer Credit Awarded0 SH

    Public Telecommunicator I

    NFPA Standard #: 1061

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Public Telecommunicator II

    NFPA Standard #: 1061

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2007 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    HazMat Awareness

    NFPA Standard #: 472

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    HazMat Operations

    NFPA Standard #: 472

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    HazMat Technician

    NFPA Standard #: 472

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    EDMG240 – Chemistry of Hazardous Materials3 SH

    HazMat Incident Commander

    NFPA Standard #: 472

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    EDMG330 – Managerial Issues in Hazardous Materials3 SH

    HazMat Branch Officer

    NFPA Standard #: 472

    Effective Dates: 1/1/2008 to Present

    Elective Credit1 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit is nontraditional and may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Florida Law Enforcement Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2016 — Present

    CMRJ100 — Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 — Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 — Patrol Methodologies & Community3 SH
    CMRJ306 — Criminal Investigation3 SH
    LSTD302 — Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit21 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Forum Foundation for Analytic Excellence

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Diagnostic Structured Analytic Technique (DSAT) course

    Effective Dates: June 1, 2016 – Present

    INTL402 – Intelligence Studies3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed the Diagnostic Structured Analytic Technique (DSAT) course through the Forum Foundation for Analytic Excellence (FFAE).
    • Please include a copy of your DSAT certificate of completion, along with the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university.
  • Undergraduate

    Military

    Goodfellow Air Force Base

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    Analysis and Production Apprentice

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431B 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Apr 1, 2012 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit27 SH

    Analysis, Correlation, and Fusion Course (ACFC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0D1A, X3OZR14N3 0D1B

    Effective Dates: Apr 30, 2008 – Aug 30, 2012

    INTL401 – Critical Analysis3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Apprentice Communications Signals Intelligence Analyst

    Course Number(s): XBABR1N231C 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Feb 16, 2011 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Apprentice Electronic Signals Intelligence Analyst

    Course Number(s): XBABR1N231A 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Feb 11, 2011 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Asia-Pacific Cryptologic Linguist (Korean)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N334G0KPA

    Effective Dates: May 11, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit20 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Combat Targeting Course (CTC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A3A

    Effective Dates: Jan 9, 2006 – Apr 20, 2011

    Elective Credit4 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Communication Signals Collection and Processing

    Course Number(s): 77BABN1N231 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Jul 10, 2000 – Apr 20, 2011

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit27 SH

    Digital Network Analysis Apprentice

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431A 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Apr 1, 2012 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit23 SH

    Electronic Signals Intelligence Exploitation Apprentice

    Course Number(s): XBABR1N531 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Jun 20, 2005 – Oct 19, 2008

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit22 SH

    Course Number(s): XBABR1N531 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Oct 20, 2008 – Mar 19, 2009

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit22 SH

    Course Number(s): XBABR1N531 0A1C

    Effective Dates: Mar 20, 2009 – Mar 24, 2011

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit27 SH

    Electronic Systems Security Assessment

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N631 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Jan 14, 2005 – Jan 5, 2007

    Elective Credit8 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Electronic Warfare/Signals Intelligence Analysis

    Course Number(s): 77AABR1N431 2A1A

    Effective Dates: Aug 6, 1999 – Nov 6, 2008

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit22 SH

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431 2A1B

    Effective Dates: Nov 7, 2008 – Jan 24, 2010

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431 2A1C

    Effective Dates: Jan 25, 2010 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Electronic Warfare/Voice Interceptor Arabic

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N335A2ADA

    Effective Dates: May 26, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Elective Credit15 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Electronic Warfare/Voice Interceptor Korean

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N334G2KPA

    Effective Dates: May 11, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Elective Credit19 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Electronic Warfare/Voice Interceptor Russian

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N333A0RUA

    Effective Dates: May 4, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Elective Credit18 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Electronic Warfare/Voice Interceptor Spanish

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N332A2QBA

    Effective Dates: Sep 6, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Elective Credit14 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    European II East Cryptologic Linguist (Russian)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N333A3RUA

    Effective Dates: May 4, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit13 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Far East Cryptologic Linguist (Chinese)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N334A0CMA

    Effective Dates: Jul 13, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit17 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Geospatial-Intelligence Analyst

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N131A 00AA

    Effective Dates: Sep 1, 2009 – Mar 26, 2013

    Elective Credit30 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N131A 00AB

    Effective Dates: Mar 27, 2013 – Present

    Elective Credit30 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Geospatial-Intelligence Targeting

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N131B 00AA

    Effective Dates: Sep 1, 2009 – Mar 26, 2013

    Elective Credit29 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N131B 00AB

    Effective Dates: Mar 27, 2013 – Present

    Elective Credit29 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Imagery Analysis Apprentice

    Course Number(s): X8ABR1N131 0A8B

    Effective Dates: Nov 25, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    Elective Credit45 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Intelligence Fundamentals

    Course Number(s): X3AQR1N000 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Aug 28, 2009 – Oct 18, 2010

    INTL304 – Intelligence Collection3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3AQR1N000 0A1A, XAAQR1N431A 00AA, XAAQR1N431B 00AA, X3AQR1N031 00AA, X3AQR1N131B 00AA, XBAQR1N531 00AA, X3AQR1A832 00AA, XAAQR1N231C 0A1A, XAAQR1N231A 0A1A, XAAQR1A831 00AA, XAAQR1N331 00AA

    Effective Dates: Oct 19, 2010 – Feb 28, 2013

    INTL304 – Intelligence Collection3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3AQR1N000 0A1B, XAAQR1N431A 00AB, XAAQR1N431B 00AB, X3AQR1N031 00AB, X3AQR1N131B 00AB, XBAQR1N531 00AB, X3AQR1A832 00AB, XAAQR1N231C 0A1B, XAAQR1N231A 0A1B, XAAQR1A831 00AB, XAAQR1N331 00AB

    Effective Dates: Mar 1, 2013 – Present

    INTL304 – Intelligence Collection3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    3 SH

    Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Operations Course (IROC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A1A, X3AZR1NXX1 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Apr 22, 2008 – Aug 21, 2012

    Elective Credit2 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A1B, X3AZR1NXX1 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Aug 22, 2012 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Middle East Cryptologic Linguist (Arabic)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N335A3ADA

    Effective Dates: May 25, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit15 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Middle East Cryptologic Linguist (Farsi)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N335D0PFA

    Effective Dates: Sep 14, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit11 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Middle East Cryptologic Linguist (Hebrew)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N335C0HEA

    Effective Dates: Jun 1, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit15 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Middle East Linguist Specialist

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N335A0ADA

    Effective Dates: Aug 3, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit11 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Network Intelligence Analysis Apprentice

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Jan 1, 2005 – Apr 8, 2010

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit27 SH

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N431 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Apr 9, 2010 – Mar 31, 2012

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Elective Credit27 SH

    Operations Intelligence Apprentice

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N031 0A6A

    Effective Dates: Apr 24, 2005 – Sep 22, 2009

    Elective Credit37 SH

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N031 0A6B

    Effective Dates: Sep 23, 2009 – Jan 28, 2013

    Elective Credit28 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BS Business Analytics (Security and Intelligence concentration)
    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3ABR1N031 0A6C

    Effective Dates: Jan 29, 2013 – Present

    Elective Credit28 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BS Business Analytics (Security and Intelligence concentration)
    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Romance Cryptologic Linguist (Spanish)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N332A0QBA

    Effective Dates: Sep 6, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit12 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Slavic Cryptologic Linguist (Russian)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N333A0RUA

    Effective Dates: May 4, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit12 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Slavic Cryptologic Linguist (Serbian)

    Course Number(s): XAABR1N334D0SCA

    Effective Dates: May 11, 2005 – Dec 31, 2010

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit13 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Targeting Intelligence Formal Training Unit Course (Officer) or (Enlisted)

    Course Number(s): X3AZR1N1XX 0A3A, X3OZR14N3 0A3D

    Effective Dates: Apr 25, 2011 – Present

    Elective Credit6 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA General Studies (National & Local Security discipline)
    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    OMNI499 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • BA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include an official CCAF Transcript, a Joint Services Transcript, or an AF Form 1256 when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program.
  • Graduate

    Military

    Goodfellow Air Force Base

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    AF Critical Thinking and Structured Analysis Course (AF CTSAC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14NX 00AA

    Effective Dates: Apr 1, 2013 – Present

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    AF DCGS Operations Commander Course or AF DCGS Mission Operations Commander

    Course Number(s): X2OOR14N3 A90A, X3OOR14N3 A90A

    Effective Dates: Jan 19, 2005 – Present

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Analysis, Correlation, and Fusion Course (ACFC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0D1A

    Effective Dates: Apr 30, 2008 – Aug 30, 2012

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Analysis Intelligence Formal Training Unit (A-IFTU)

    Course Number(s): X2OZR14NX 00AA

    Effective Dates: Mar 1, 2012 – Apr 30, 2013

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Combat Targeting Course

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3B 003

    Effective Dates: Jan 9, 2004 – Jan 8, 2006

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A3A

    Effective Dates: Jan 9, 2006 – Apr 20, 2011

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security – all concentrations
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    • MA Military Studies with a concentration in Joint Warfare
    3 SH

    Enlisted Intelligence Master Skills Course (EIMSC)

    Course Number(s): X3AZR1NXXX 0B1A

    Effective Dates: Dec 31, 2009 – Present

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Intelligence Master Skills Course

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N5 000, X3OZR14N4 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Mar 24, 2005 – Jan 10, 2010

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security – all concentrations
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N5 000, X3OZR14N4 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Jan 11, 2010 – Present

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Intelligence Officer Course

    Course Number(s): X3OBR14N1 001, X3OBR14N1 0A1B

    Effective Dates: May 5, 2004 – Feb 13, 2008

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence

    3 SH

    INTL618 – Intelligence Leadership, Management and Coordination

    3 SH

    Elective Credit

    3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security – all concentrations
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    6 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OBR14N1 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Feb 14, 2008 – Nov 7, 2012

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence

    3 SH

    INTL502 – Collection

    3 SH

    Elective Credit

    3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security – all concentrations
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    6 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OBR14N1 0A1C

    Effective Dates: Dec 12, 2012 – Present

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence

    3 SH

    INTL507 – Intelligence Operations

    3 SH

    INTL508 – Intelligence Analysis

    3 SH

    INTL621 – Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)

    3 SH

    INTL627 – Advanced Geospatial Analysis

    3 SH

    Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Operations Course (IROC)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N4 001, X3OZR14N3 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Oct 1, 2004 – Apr 21, 2008

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A1A

    Effective Dates: Apr 22, 2008 – Aug 21, 2012

    INTL502 – Collection

    3 SH

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A1B

    Effective Dates: Aug 22, 2012 – Present

    INTL502 – Collection

    3 SH

    Targeting Intelligence Formal Training Unit Course (Officer) or (Enlisted)

    Course Number(s): X3OZR14N3 0A3D, X3AZR1N1XX 0A3A

    Effective Dates: Apr 25, 2011 – Present

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)

    • MA Homeland Security
    • MA Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Academic

    Health Information Management (HIM) Supplemental Credit

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 21 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Students with a conferred Associate degree in a Health Information Management related program from institutions accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM) will receive the following toward their BS Health Information Management program:

    Transfer credit for all seven 100 and 200-level courses with HIMA prefixes required in the Major:

    HIMA100 – Medical Terminology3 SH
    HIMA110 – Introduction to Health Information Management3 SH
    HIMA200 – Legal Aspects of Health Information Management3 SH
    HIMA220 – Classification Systems I3 SH
    HIMA230 – Classification Systems II3 SH
    HIMA240 – Healthcare Reimbursement Methodologies3 SH
    HIMA250 – Healthcare Delivery Systems and Documentation3 SH

    Students may also be awarded supplemental general education credit if their associate degree qualifies. The amount of HIM Supplemental credit awarded in the Major will not exceed the amount of previously earned HIM-related credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include your official transcript from a CAHIIM-accredited institution as well as all other transcripts and documents that contributed to your Associate degree conferral when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursing the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management.
  • Undergraduate

    Academic

    Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) Capital Division Nurse Residency Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Date: January 1, 2021

    NURS300 – Transitions in Nursing3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your your HCA Capital Division Nurse Residency Program certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

    You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Human Resource Certification Institute

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Professional in Human Resource (PHR) Certification

    HRMT407 – Human Resource Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology Area
    • BA Human Resource Management – Major
    • BA Management with a Human Resource Management or General concentration
    • Bachelor Business Administration with a General concentration
    3 SH

    Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) Certification

    HRMT407 – Human Resource Management3 SH
    HRMT416 – Human Resource Development3 SH
    HRMT419 – Recruitment and Staffing3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Business – Major
    • BA General Studies – Management and Technology Area
    • BA Human Resource Management – Major
    • BA Management with a Human Resource Management or General concentration
    • Bachelor Business Administration with a General concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Certified as a Professional in Human Resource (PHR) or as a Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) through the Human Resource (HR) Certification Institute.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • PHR and SPHR certifications are only valid within the dates as indicated on your certificate, and must be renewed every three years.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing one of these degrees:
  • Graduate

    Other

    Human Resource Certification Institute

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from these certifications is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) Certification

    HRMT600 – Human Resource Management3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Management – all concentrations except Defense Mgmt
    • Master of Business Administration – General concentration
    • Master of Public Administration – Human Resources concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) through the Human Resource (HR) Certification Institute.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • SPHR certifications are only valid within the dates as indicated on your certificate, and must be renewed every three years.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program at the university, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award with one of these degrees:
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Indianapolis Fire Department Fire Recruit Training Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 26 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2015 – Present

    FSMT102 – Fire Behavior and Combustion3 SH
    FSMT188 – Fire Prevention3 SH
    FSMT201 – Fire Protection Systems3 SH
    FSMT210 – Fundamentals of Fire Protection3 SH
    Elective Credit14 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a signed copy of your IFD Fire Recruite Training Transcript when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Information Systems Audit and Control Association

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA)

    INFO331 – Management Information Systems

    3 SH
    ISSC471 – IT Security Auditing3 SH
    ITMG471 – Information Systems: Policy and Planning3 SH

    Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)

    ISSC262 / ISSC362 – Red and Blue Team Security

    3 SH
    ISSC363 - IT Security: Risk Management3 SH
    ISSC422 – Information Security3 SH
    ISSC481 – IT Security: Planning and Policy3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    Information Systems Audit and Control Association

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 to 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA)

    INFO531 – Management Information Systems3 SH

    Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)

    ISSC642 – Intrusion Detection and Incident Handling3 SH
    ISSC680 – Information Security Management3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed the Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA) and/or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification(s) through the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
    • Please include a copy of your CISA and/or CISM certification from ISACA when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award for the Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA) by pursuing a Master of Science in Information Technology, for the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) by pursing a Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Information Assurance and Security.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Institute for Supply Management: Certified Purchasing Manager

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    DEFM305 – Acquisition Business Management3 SH
    TLMT341 – Logistics Management3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • BA Government Contracting and Acquisition – Major
    • BA Management with a Retail Management or General concentration
    • BA Military Management and Program Acquisition with a Program Acquisition and Contraction or Military Management and Leadership concentration
    • BA Reverse Logistics Management with a Retail Management or Transportation and Logistics Management concentration
    • BA Transportation and Logistics Management with a General concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    Institute for Supply Management: Certified Professional in Supply Management

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible from this certification is 6 semester hours (SH) as follows:

    TLMT501 – Transportation and Policy Planning3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management – General concentration
    • MA Reverse Logistics Management
    • MA Transportation and Logistics Management – General concentration
    • MA Transportation and Logistics Management – Reverse Logistics concentration
    • Master of Business Administration – General concentration
    • Master of Public Administration – Organizational Management concentration
    3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Eligibility

    • Certification must be valid (not expired) at the time of the transfer credit evaluation for a student to be able to receive transfer credit.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management with a General Concentration.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Certifications

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)

    ISSC361 – Information Assurance3 SH
    ISSC363 – IT Security: Risk Management3 SH
    ISSC364 – IT Security: Access Control and Authentication3 SH
    ISSC422 – Information Security3 SH
    ISSC471 – IT Security: Auditing3 SH
    ISSC481 – IT Security: Planning and Policy3 SH

    Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

    ISSC331 – Legal Issues in Information Security3 SH
    ISSC242 / ISSC342 – Hardening Operating Systems3 SH
    ISSC363 – IT Security: Risk Management3 SH
    ISSC364 – IT Security: Access Control and Authentication3 SH
    ISSC266 / ISSC366 – Cryptography Concepts3 SH
    ISSC368 – IT Security: Physical and Peripheral Defense3 SH
    ISSC297 / ISSC411 – Securing Applications3 SH
    ISSC421 – Computer and Network Security3 SH
    ISSC481 – IT Security: Planning and Policy3 SH
    ISSC490 – IT Security: Business Continuity3 SH

    Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP)

    ENTD268 / ENTD311 – Information System Design3 SH
    ISSC297 / ISSC411 – Securing Applications3 SH
    ISSC290 / ISSC431 – Securing Databases3 SH

    System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)

    ISSC363 – IT Security: Risk Management3 SH
    ISSC364 – IT Security: Access Control and Authentication3 SH
    ISSC266 / ISSC366 – Cryptography Concepts3 SH
    ISSC421 – Computer and Network Security3 SH
    ISSC422 – Information Security3 SH
    ISSC461 – IT Security: Countermeasures3 SH
    ISSC471 – IT Security: Auditing3 SH
    ISSC490 – IT Security: Business Continuity3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Certifications

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) – Earned 2008 or later

    ISSC660 – Information Assurance3 SH
    ISSC680 – Information Security Management3 SH

    Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

    ISSC641 – Telecommunications and Network Security3 SH
    ISSC642 – Intrusion Detection and Incident Handling3 SH
    ISSC680 – Information Security Management3 SH

    Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) – Earned 2008 or later

    ENTD311 – Analysis and Design of Information Systems3 SH
    ISSC411 – Application Security3 SH
    ISSC431 – Database Systems Security3 SH

    System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) – Earned 2008 or later

    ISSC641 – Telecommunications and Network Security3 SH
    ISSC642 – Intrusion Detection and Incident Handling3 SH
    ISSC680 – Information Security Management3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • For CAP and/or SSCP, a student must have been certified or re-certified within 5 years of the date of their TCE. To qualify for this internal policy as a CISSP, a student must have a valid certification at the time their TCE is completed. For example, a student with a CISSP certification expiring in December of 2018 who requests their Initial TCE in July 2018 would qualify; however, if that same student was to request a Program Change in 2019, the existing certification on file would no longer be considered valid, and transfer credit would not be awarded without a new, valid CISSP certification being submitted.
    • Please include a copy of your CAP, CISSP, CSSLP, and/or SSCP certification(s) from (ISC)2 when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program at the university, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Science in Information Technology with an Information Assurance and Security Concentration
  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:

    Advanced Counterintelligence Investigations Course (ACIIC) or National Security Investigations Course

    Effective Dates: August 12, 2008 – Present

    Elective Credit2 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH

    Advanced FCI Operations Course (AFCIOC) or Advanced FCI Surveillance – Counterintelligence Surveillance (AFCIS)

    Effective Dates: Nov 29, 2007 – Present

    INTL412 – Espionage/Counterespionage or INTL416 – Spycraft3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH

    Counterintelligence Applied Analysis Course (CIAAC)

    Effective Dates: Apr 21, 2008 – Present

    INTL409 – Counterintelligence Analysis3 SH

    Counterintelligence Fundamentals Course

    Effective Dates: Apr 12, 2011 – Present

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH

    Counterintelligence Support to Force Protection (CIFP)

    Effective Dates: November 29, 2007 – Present

    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL409 – Counterintelligence Analysis3 SH

    Counterintelligence Surveillance (JCITA-SURV) or Counterintelligence Surveillance Course (CSC)

    Effective Dates: November 29, 2007 – Present

    INTL412 – Espionage/Counterespionage or INTL416 – Spycraft3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH

    Counterintelligence Threat Seminar – China (CTS) or Counterintelligence Threat Seminar – China (CITS-C)

    Effective Dates: November 29, 2007 – Present

    INTL460 – China Country Analysis3 SH

    Counterintelligence Threat Seminar – North Korea or Counterintelligence Threat Seminar – North Korea (NKTS)

    Effective Dates: January 28, 2009 – Present

    INTL463 – Korea Country Analysis3 SH

    DoD Counterintelligence Agent Course (DCAC)

    Effective Dates: July 18, 2008 – Present

    INTL408 – Counterintelligence Operations3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    Joint Knowledge Online: Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Senior Enrolled Joint Professional Military Education I (SEJPME I)

    Effective Dates: May 1, 2016 – Present

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Senior Enrolled Joint Professional Military Education II (SEJPME II)

    Effective Dates: May 1, 2016 – Present

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Law Enforcement Academies

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Below is a list of training programs the university has evaluated and been able to award credit for that do not fall under the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) or Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) recommendations.

    • Department of Justice Bureau of Prisons Introduction to Correctional Techniques Phase II
    • Department of Veteran Affairs – Basic Police Officer Course
    • Detroit Metropolitan Police Academy (1989 – 1990)
    • Federal Reserve LE Basic Training (2009 – Present)
    • Franklin County Sheriff's Office – Washington State (2007 – Present)
    • Illinois Basic Police Training (Version III) (2005 – Present)
    • Metropolitan Police Department – Washington D.C. (1/1979 – 4/1979)
    • New York City Police Department National CCRS
    • New York State Division of State Police National CCRS
    • North Carolina Basic Highway (119th Fast Track)Patrol School
    • Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy – Basic Deputy School (2000 – Present)
    • Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy – In-Service Training see Internal Policy
    • Ohio Peace Officer – Basic Training Program (Eastland Police Academy) (9/1996 – 12/1996)
    • Ohio Peace Officer Training (1/2007 – Present)
    • Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission- Commercial Motor Vehicle Investigationand
      Inspection Level I (2005 – Present)
    • Southern Police Institute – Admin Officer's Course (1994 – Present)
      offered through the University of Louisville – OFFICIAL university transcript required
    • U.S. Marine Corps Police Academy (Civilian) (1999 – Present)
    • Wisconsin State Patrol Academy (12/2002 – Present)

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    Logistics Institute: Leadership Strategies

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Other

    Logistics Institute: Supply Chain Strategies

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • MA Transportation and Logistics Management
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Per university policy, the course completion date must be within ten years of the date of the transfer credit evaluation for a student to be able to receive transfer credit.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Loss Prevention Foundation

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    LPQualified (2009 – present)

    Elective Credit3 SH

    LPCertified (2010 – present)

    RTMG220 Retail Asset Protection3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed the LPQualified and/or LPCertified through the Loss Prevention Foundation.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursing the Associate of Arts in Retail Management.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Management Concepts

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    Equivalent/Omnibus-Granting MCI Coursework:

    Shaping Smart Business Arrangements

    Must complete all of the following:

    • CON 100 – Shaping Smart Business Arrangements

    Effective Dates: 8/26/2005 – Present

    DEFM310 – Program and Acquisition Management I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Contract Logistics

    Must complete all of the following:

    • CON 121 – Contract Planning
    • CON 124 – Contract Execution
    • CON 127 – Contract Management
    • CON 200 – Business Decisions for Contracting

    Effective Dates: 5/1/2014 – Present

    DEFM311 – Program and Acquisition Management II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Legal Considerations in Contracting

    Must complete all of the following:

    • CON 216 – Legal Considerations in Contracting

    Effective Dates: 11/26/2007 – Present

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)

    Elective-Granting MCI Coursework:

    6015 – IT PM I: Initiating and Planning Successful Projects

    Effective Dates: 3/6/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6016 – IT PM II: Executing, Controlling, and Closing Successful Projects

    Effective Dates: 3/6/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6019 – FAC-P/PM IT Core-Plus: IT Infrastructure and Architectural Design

    Effective Dates: 4/8/2016 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.7 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6020 – FAC-P/PM IT Core-Plus: IT Management, Security, and Performance Assurance

    Effective Dates: 4/1/2017 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.7 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6316 – IT Project Initialization and Integration

    Effective Dates: 12/9/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6317 – IT Project Requirements and Configuration Management

    Effective Dates: 11/2/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6318 – IT Project Planning, Management, and Risk

    Effective Dates: 12/4/2017 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6319 – IT Project Execution and Delivery

    Effective Dates: 12/9/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6320 – IT Project Monitoring and Controlling

    Effective Dates: 12/15/2015 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6321 – IT Project Acquisition and Vendor Management

    Effective Dates: 12/17/2017 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6876 – Fundamentals of Leading Projects and Programs

    Effective Dates: 6/26/2014 – 8/31/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 9/1/2017 – Present

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6877 – Fundamentals of Business, Cost & Financial Management

    Effective Dates: 6/30/2014 – 10/27/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/30/2017 – Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6878 – Fundamentals of Contracting

    Effective Dates: 6/27/2014 – 10/18/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/19/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6879 – Fundamentals of Project & Program Management

    Effective Dates: 6/30/2014 – 10/17/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/18/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.7 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6886 – Applied Leadership in Projects & Programs

    Effective Dates: 10/3/2014 – 9/12/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 9/13/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6887 – Applications in Business, Cost & Financial Management

    Effective Dates: 10/4/2014 – 10/10/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/11/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6888 – Applications in Contracting

    Effective Dates: 10/4/2014 – 11/2/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 11/3/2017- Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6889 – Applications in Project & Program Management

    Effective Dates: 10/10/2014 – 9/20/2017

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 9/21/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.7 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6891 – Progressive Leadership in Program Management

    Effective Dates: 8/4/2014 – 9/1/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6892 – Progressive Business, Cost & Financial Management

    Effective Dates: 10/16/2014 – 11/9/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 11/10/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6893 – Progressive Contracting Strategies for Programs

    Effective Dates: 9/22/2014 – 10/30/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/31/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6894 – Progressive Concepts in Program Management

    Effective Dates: 8/8/2014 – 10/26/2017

    No university equivalent
    0.9 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Effective Dates: 10/27/2017 - Present

    No university equivalent
    1.7 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    NOTE: Management Concepts, Inc. also offers a large number of additional courses that are not part of this policy, but have been evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE). Refer to the organization’s page on ACE’s website for the full listing.

    *Omnibus credit is upper level transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applied as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your Management Concepts certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Government Contracting and Acquisition.

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Maryland State Police Academy Training – Basic Course for State Police

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 45 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Date: October 29, 2012

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD301 – Constitutional Law3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit30 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your Maryland State Police Academy certificate of completion of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Micro Logistics, Inc.

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 18 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    ITMG221 / ITMG321 – Information Technology Project Management3 SH
    ITMG222 / ITMG322 – Project Management Using MS Project3 SH
    ITMG490 – IT Management: Independent Study3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed one or more of the courses listed through Micro Logistics, Inc. prior to Aug. 5, 2016.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursing the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    National Academy of Sports Medicine – Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Date: October 29, 2012

    SPHE420 – Exercise Programming and Testing3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your NASM Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT) certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Sports & Health Sciences.

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Certifications

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    NREMT EMT – B (Basic)

    Elective Credit6 SH

    NREMT – Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)

    Elective Credit6 SH

    NREMT – Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)

    Elective Credit9 SH

    NREMT EMT – I (Intermediate or Update)

    Elective Credit11 SH

    NREMT – Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)

    Elective Credit12 SH

    NREMT EMT – P (Paramedic)

    Elective Credit18 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credit cannot be combined for each level completed; only the higher amount of transfer credit will be awarded when multiple certifications within the training hierarchy are submitted. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed a National Registry for Emergency Medical Technician Certification.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate of certification when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    National Registry of Food Safety Professionals

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Food Safety Manager Certification

    HOSP101 – Foodservice Sanitation3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    National Retail Federation Foundation

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Retail Management Certification

    RTMG303 – Retail Merchandising Operations3 SH

    Sales Certification

    RTMG200 – Customer Relations3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Completed the Retail Management Certification and/or the Sales Certification through the National Retail Federation Foundation (NRF Foundation).
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursing the Bachelor of Arts in Retail Management
  • Undergraduate

    Other

    National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    SPHE420 Exercise Programming and Testing3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy: In Service Training Courses

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    Advanced Crises Intervention and Negotiations, Advanced Kinesics Interview and Interrogations, and Advanced Search and Seizure

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Criminal Justice – General concentration
    3 SH

    Advanced FTO

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Basic Crime Prevention

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Basic Crime Scene Photography

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Basic Crime Scene Processing and Evidence Collection, and Basic Search and Seizure

    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH

    Basic Financial Crimes

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Basic Kinesics Interviewing Techniques

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Basic Spanish for Corrections Personnel

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Crisis Intervention for First Responders

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Cybercop 101 – Basic Data Recovery and Acquisition (BDRA)

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Cyber Investigation – ISEE Instructor Development Project

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Cyber Investigation Secure Techniques for Onsite Preview (STOP)

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Decision Making for Corrections

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Domestic and International Terrorism

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Fast Cyber Forensic Triage

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Field Training Officer

    Elective Credit2 SH

    First Line Supervisors School

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Forensic Entomology and Investigative Forensics

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit * (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Criminal Justice – General concentration
    • BS Criminal Justice
    3 SH

    General Instructor Development

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Hostage/Crisis Negotiation

    Elective Credit2 SH

    ICS 300

    Elective Credit1 SH

    ICS 400

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Internal Affairs Investigations

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Introductions to Securing Law Enforcement Networks

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Leadership Strategies I and Leadership Strategies II

    MGMT312 – Leadership and Motivation3 SH

    Mid Level Managers

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Principles of Medico – Legal Death Investigations

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Pursuing Excellence

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Suicide Bombing and Attack Protocols for Patrol Officers

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Tactical Communications for the Correctional Professional

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Terrorism Awareness: Hidden in Plain Sight

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Terrorism: Interview and Interrogation of People of Different Cultures

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Use of Force Analysis

    Elective Credit1 SH

    VCIN Operator Level A and B

    Elective Credit1 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    *Omnibus credit is upper level transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements, but for which APUS does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applied as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please be aware that only Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy courses completed in 2009 or later are eligible for the indicated transfer credit recommendations. Also, in instances where more than one Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy course is listed with an 'AND' separator, all of the listed courses must have been completed to be eligible for the corresponding APUS transfer credit recommendation.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a General Concentration
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 30 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2000 – April 30, 2019

    Basic Police Principles and Procedures

    CMRJ101 – Evidence & Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit9 SH

    Basic Deputy Sheriff and Police Principles and Procedures

    CMRJ101 – Evidence & Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit18 SH

    Effective Dates: May 1, 2019 – Present

    Basic Law Enforcement School

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence & Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit12 SH

    Combined Basic Deputy Sheriff School

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement3 SH
    CMRJ101 – Evidence & Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies & Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit18 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include an official copy of your Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursing the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Peace Officer Standards and Training

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 27 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CMRJ203 – Patrol Methodologies and Community Policing3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH
    Elective Credit3 SH

    Additional credit may be awarded for POST courses exceeding 400 contact hours

    Elective CreditUp to 15 SH *

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: Students may only receive transfer credit for ONE Basic Academy – Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) course or Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) course. Any additional POST or BLET course is considered duplicate – even if completed through a different organization or in a different state – and will NOT be awarded any additional transfer credit.

    The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    *Additional credit award is determined by the following mathematical equation:(# of BLET program hours greater than 400 x 0.25) / 15 = APUS Semester Hours. The resulting APUS SH are rounded down to the nearest whole number when awarded.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Project Management Institute Project Management Professional Certification

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    ITMG221 / ITMG321 – Information Technology Project Management3 SH
    ITMG222 / ITMG322 – Project Management Using MS Project3 SH
    ITMG490 – IT Management: Independent Study3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • PMP certification is only valid up until the expiration date indicated on the certificate.
    • To qualify a student must have a valid certification at the time their TCE is completed. For example, a student with a PMP certification expiring in December of 2012 who requests their Initial TCE in July 2012 would qualify; however, if that same student was to request a Program Change in 2013, the existing certification on file would no longer be considered valid, and transfer credit would not be awarded without a new, valid PMP certification being submitted.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a General Concentration
  • Graduate

    Other

    Project Management Institute Project Management Professional Certification

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    ITMG624 – Information Technology Project Management3 SH
    ITMG625 – IT Project Management: Integration, Scope, and Time3 SH
    ITMG626 – IT Project Management: Cost and Communications3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • You must hold a current and valid Project Management Professional (PMP) certification through the Project Management Institute (PMI) at the time of your evaluation.
    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program at the university, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in IT Project Management
  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    Public Safety Training and Development (PSTD)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award possible varies based on the following:
    Effective Dates: June 1, 2014 – Present

    1301 — Fire Service Hydraulics

    FSMT289 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    1505 — Fire Prevention Practices

    FSMT188 – Fire Prevention
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    1540 — Private Fire Protection Systems I

    FSMT201 – Fire Protection Systems
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    1740 — Course Delivery

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    1793 — Fire and Life Safety Educator I

    FSMT281 – Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety and Survival
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    1810 — Firefighting Tactics and Strategies I

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2111 — Fire Chemistry

    FSMT102 – Fire Behavior and Combustion
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2120 — Building Construction for the Fire Service

    FSMT287 – Fire Protection in Building Construction
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2541 — Private Fire Protection Systems II

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2720 — Company Officer

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2741 — Course Design

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2770 — Ethical and Legal Issues for the Fire Service

    FSMT410 – Fire Regulation, Policy, and Law
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2794 — Fire and Life Safety Educator II

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    2811 — Firefighting Tactics and Strategies II

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    3533 — Community Risk Reduction

    FSMT288 – Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency Services
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    3720 — Strategic Planning

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    3780 — Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)

    • BS Fire Science Management

    4045 — Personnel Management for the Fire Emergency Services

    HRMT407 – Human Resource Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    4585 — Fire Prevention Organization Management

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6741 — Florida Health and Safety Officer

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    6742 — Florida Incident Safety Officer

    FSMT405 – Fire Safety and Risk Regulation
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    7529 — Legal Issues for the Safety Officer

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    9516 — Chief Officer

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Fire Science Management

    9884 — Quantitative Analysis

    FSMT475 – Applications of Fire Research
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    **Omnibus credit is upper level transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applied as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    Retail Learning Institute (IGA's Coca-Cola Institute)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Elective Credit3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: Courses not listed in the table below are not eligible for this internal recommendation, nor can they be used to replace any of the acceptable courses listed below.The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    To be eligible to earn the 3 semester hours (SH), you must have completed all of these 22 courses from the Retail Learning Institute (International Grocer’s Association [IGA’s] Coca-Cola Institute) within the effective dates as follows:

    Assistant Bakery Manager or Bakery – ManagerJune 30, 2016
    Assistant Deli Manager or Supermarket FinanceMarch 2, 2015
    Business EthicsJanuary 4, 2016
    Category ManagementAugust 1, 2016
    DC – Information TechnologyMarch 2, 2015
    DC – Inventory ManagementMarch 2, 2015
    DC – Risk ManagementMarch 2, 2015
    Emotional IntelligenceNovember 24, 2015
    Introduction to Food and HealthMarch 28, 2016
    Introduction to Supervisory Skills IMarch 2, 2015
    Introduction to Supervisory Skills IIMarch 2, 2015
    Learning Leader Series – Strategies to Improve RetentionApril 15, 2016
    Learning Leader Series – The Learning ProcessApril 15, 2016
    Learning Leader Series – Training FormatsApril 15, 2016
    Management Best PracticesMarch 2, 2015
    Managing PeopleMarch 28, 2016
    OSHA Hazard Communication StandardsMarch 2, 2015
    Promotions and MerchandisingMarch 2, 2015
    Retention and TurnoverMarch 2, 2015
    Selling SolutionsMarch 24, 2016
    Stress ManagementMarch 24, 2016
    Supermarket FinanceMarch 2, 2015

    You must submit copies of your certificate of completion for each of the 22 courses above, at the time you submit the transfer credit evaluation form

  • Undergraduate

    Other

    ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    HOSP101 Foodservice Sanitation 3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    Saylor Academy Coursework

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Art Appreciation

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    ARTH200 – Art Appreciation
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Business Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    C++ Programming

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Calculus I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    MATH225 – Calculus
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2015-5/2018

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Success

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Communications and Networks

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-12/2023

    ISSC231 – Networking Concepts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Corporate Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Customer Service

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Critical Thinking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    PHIL110 – Critical Thinking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    English Composition I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant or ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Environmental Ethics, Justice, and World Views

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    General Chemistry I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    CHEM180 – Introduction to Chemistry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Business

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    BUSN100 – Basics of Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Comparative Politics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Computer Science I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introduction to Computer Science II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ENTD380 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming with Java
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introduction to Electromagnetism

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Financial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Mechanics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    BIOL241 – Cell Biology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Political Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    POLS101 – Introduction to Political Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introduction to Western Political Thought

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Management Information Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Managerial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ACCT101 – Accounting II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Moral and Political Philsophy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Operations Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    SCMG201 – Principles of Supply Chain Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Organizational Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    FINC400 – Principles of Financial Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Human Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    COMM101 – Introduction to Communication
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Principles of Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    MGMT310 – Principles and Theory of Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2018-7/2021

    MKTG201 – Fundamentals of Marketing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Principles of Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ECON101 – Microeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Project Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    BUSN333 – Project Management for Business Analysts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Software Engineering

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    ENTD278 – Object Oriented Design
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Strategic Information Technology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2021-12/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Technical Writing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    ENGL220 – Technical Writing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    World Regional Geography

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2019-5/2022

    GEOG101 – Introduction to Geography
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please have your official Saylor transcript sent directly to us when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    Sophia Coursework

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2022

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Ancient Greek Philosophers

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-5/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Approaches to Studying Religions

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2013-5/2024

    RELS101 - Introduction to the Study of Religion
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Art History I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2013-3/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Art History II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2019-1/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Business Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2020-5/2023

    BUSN311 – Law and Ethics in the Business Environment
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2013-1/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Readiness

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2019-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Communication at Work

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2020-7/2023

    ENGL226 – Effective Business Communication
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Conflict Resolution

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2016-1/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Developing Effective Teams

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2016-11/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    English Composition I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2014-3/2024

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English Composition II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Environmental Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2015-2/2023

    EVSP180 – Introduction to Environmental Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Essentials of Managing Conflict

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-5/2023

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Foundations of English Composition

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2016-11/2021

    ENGL112 – Writing the College Essay
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Foundations of Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2016-11/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Human Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2013-1/2022

    BIOL181 – Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Business

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-7/2022

    BUSN100 – Basics of Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2016-7/2022

    PHIL200 – Introduction to Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Introduction to Information Technology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2017-11/2022

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2013-1/2022

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Relational Databases

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2021-3/2024

    INFO221 – Relational Database Concepts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2013-1/2022

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2013-11/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introduction to Web Development

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2020-11/2023

    WEBD121 – Web Development Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    IT Career Exploration

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2014-7/2022

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2013-7/2022

    ECON101 – Microeconomics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Principles of Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2020-5/2023

    FINC300 – Foundations of Financial Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Project Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2014-7/2022

    BUSN333 – Project Management for Business Analysts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Public Speaking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2017-5/2023

    COMM200 – Public Speaking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Student Success

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2018-11/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Taking Charge of Your Economic Future

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2021-3/2024

    BUSN235 – Personal Finance
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    US History I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2017-2/2023

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    US History II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2017-5/2023

    HIST102 – American History since 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    US History: Learning from the Past, Preparing for the Future

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2021-5/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Visual Communications

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2013-1/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your Sophia transcript when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

  • Undergraduate

    CBE

    Straighterline Coursework

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Expand All

    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Accounting I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2008-7/2021

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2008-7/2021

    ACCT101 – Accounting II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    American Government

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    POLS210 – American Government I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2011-12/2021

    BIOL181 – Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2011-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-7/2021

    ENGL226 – Effective Business Communication
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Business Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2012-7/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-7/2021

    BUSN311 – Law and Ethics in the Business Environment
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2009-12/2021

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2008-7/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Cultural Anthroplogy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2021

    ANTH202– Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Database Administration Fundamentals

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    INFO222 – Database Concepts
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    English Composition I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2008-10/2021

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant or ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English Composition II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2008-10/2021

    ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric or ENGL210 – Introduction to Literature
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Financial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2021

    ACCT300 – Financial Accounting
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    First Aid/CPR

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2015-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    General Calculus I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-7/2021

    MATH225 – Calculus I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    General Calculus II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2011-7/2021

    MATH226 – Calculus II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    General Chemistry I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-12/2021

    CHEM180 – Introduction to Chemistry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    General Chemistry I Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    General Physics I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-12/2021

    PHYS180 – Introduction to Physics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    General Physics I Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2014-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Information Technology Fundamentals

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2015-12/2021

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-12/2021

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Biology Exam

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-12/2023

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Biology Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2010-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Business

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-7/2021

    BUSN100 – Basics of Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    COMM200 – Public Speaking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Introduction to Criminal Justice

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-12/2023

    CMRJ100 – Introduction to Law Enforcement
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Environmental Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2021

    EVSP180 – Introduction to Environmental Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Networking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    ISSC231 – Networking Concepts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Nutrition

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-12/2021

    SPHE295 – Foundations of Nutrition
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Personal Computer Maintenance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Introduction to Philosophy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    PHIL101 – Introduction to Philosophy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Introduction to Programming

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2013-10/2022

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introducion to Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2011-10/2021

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Religion

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    RELS201 – Introduction to World Religions
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Introduction to Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-10/2021

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Introduction to Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2013-6/2023

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Introduction to Statistics Exam

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-12/2023

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Life-Span Development

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2020-6/2023

    CHFD342 – Human Life Span Development
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2009-7/2021

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics or ECON202 – Macroeconomics for Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Managerial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-6/2023

    ACCT406 – Managerial/Cost Accounting
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Medical Terminology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2014-10/2023

    HIMA100 – Medical Terminology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Microbiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2021

    SCIN202 – Introduction to Microbiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Microbiology Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2014-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    1 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2009-7/2021

    ECON101 – Microeconomics or ECON201 – Microeconomics for Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Networking Fundamentals

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    ISSC231 – Networking Concepts
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Organizational Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2012-7/2021

    MGMT201 – Organizational Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Personal Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2015-12/2023

    BUSN235 – Personal Finance
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Personal Fitness and Wellness

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-12/2021

    PBHE209 – Wellness: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Pharmacology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2018-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Pre-Calculus

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 1/2009-7/2021

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Principles of Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-7/2021

    MGMT201 – Organizational Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Software Development Fundamentals

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Spanish I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    SPAN100 – Spanish I
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Spanish II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2012-10/2021

    SPAN101 – Spanish II
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Student Success

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-10/2021

    COMM120 – Information and Digital Literacy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Survey of World History

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2015-12/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    United States History I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-10/2021

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    United States History I Exam

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2014-12/2023

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    United States History II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2012-10/2021

    HIST102 – American History since 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Western Civilization I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2011-10/2021

    HIST121 – Western Civilization before The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Western Civilization II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2012-10/2021

    HIST122 – Western Civilization since The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

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    NOTE: If you are a current APUS student in a catalog year that predates April 2019, please contact our Transfer Credit team at creditaward@apus.edu to confirm equivalency and applicability for your specific degree requirements.

    Accounting 101 – Financial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2016-6/2022

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 102 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2016-6/2022

    ACCT101 – Accounting II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 201 – Intermediate Accounting I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    ACCT100 – Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 202 – Intermediate Accounting II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    ACCT302 – Intermediate Accounting II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 301 – Applied Managerial Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    ACCT406 – Managerial/Cost Accounting
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 302 – Advanced Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    ACCT301 – Intermediate Accounting I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Accounting 303 – Cost Accounting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2017-2/2023

    ACCT401 – Cost Accounting
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Analytics 103 – Intro to Relational Databases & SQL

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2020-2/2023

    INFO171 – Relational Databases with Oracle: SQL Introduction
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Art 103 – History of Western Art I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Art 104 – History of Western Art II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Astronomy 101 – Intro to Astronomy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    SPST180 – Introduction to Astronomy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Biology 101 – Intro to Biology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Biology 101L – Intro to Biology with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    BIOL180 – Introduction to Biology
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Biology 102 – Basic Genetics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    SCIN211 – Principles of Genetics with Lab
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology 103 – Microbiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    SCIN202 – Introduction to Microbiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology 105 – Anatomy and Physiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    BIOL181 – Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Biology 106 – Pathophysiology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology 107L – Clinical Microbiology with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    BIOL202 – Principles of Microbiology with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology 201L – Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2021-3/2024

    BIOL250 – Human Anatomy and Physiology with Lab I
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Biology 202L – Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2021-3/2024

    BIOL251 – Human Anatomy and Physiology with Lab II
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 100 – Introduction to Business

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    BUSN100 – Basics of Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 101 – Principles of Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 102 – Principles of Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    MKTG201 – Fundamentals of Marketing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 103 – Introductory Business Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 104 – Information Systems and Computer Applications

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 105 – Labor Relations

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2016-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 106 – Human Resource Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    HRMT200 – Human Resource Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 107 – Organizational Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    MGMT311 – Organizational Behavior
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 108 – Business Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-6/2022

    MGMT200 – Ethics Fundamentals
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 109 – Introduction to Computing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 110 – Business Math

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Business 111 – Principles of Supervision

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    MGMT101 – Principles of Supervision
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 113 – Business Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Business 120 – International Business

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 121 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 202 – Introduction to E-Commerce

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 203 – Introduction to Retail Merchandising

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 212 – Business Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Business 302 – Foundations of Leadership

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    MGMT312 – Leadership & Motivation
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 303 – Management Information Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-8/2023

    INFO331 – Management Information Systems
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 304 – Leading Organizational Change

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    MGMT313 – Organizational Change
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 305 – Leadership Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General or Leadership Concentration

    Business 306 – Strategic Human Resources Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    HRMT407 – Human Resource Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 307 – Leadership and Organizational Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2016-6/2022

    MGMT311 – Organizational Behavior
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 308 – Globalization and International Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2016-6/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General or International Business Management concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Business 309 – Digital Marketing & Advertising

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General or Marketing concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration
    • BA Marketing – General Concentration

    Business 310 – Advanced Business Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    MGMT314 – Management Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 311 – Project Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    BUSN333 – Project Management for Business Analysts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 312 – Advanced Operations Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-6/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Business 313 – Organizational Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-7/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Business 314 – Employment Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General or Human Resource Management Concentration

    Business 315 – Logistics & Supply Chain Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-6/2022

    TLMT313 – Supply Chain Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 318 – Management Ethics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    MGMT314 – Management Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 319 – Negotiations & Conflict Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Business 321 – Small Business Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    BUSN318 – Small Business Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 323 – Organizational Theory

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2017-8/2023

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)
    • BA Management – General Concentration

    Business 324 – Managerial Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    MGMT315 – Management Communications
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 325 – Union & Labor Relations

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Business 327 – Retail Strategy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    RTMG300 – Retail Strategy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Chemistry 101 – General Chemistry

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    CHEM180 – Introduction to Chemistry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Chemistry 111L – Chemistry I with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-2/2022

    CHEM133 – General Chemistry I with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Chemistry 112L – Chemistry II with Lab

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    CHEM134 – General Chemistry II with Lab
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Communications 101 – Public Speaking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2016-6/2022

    COMM200 – Public Speaking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Communications 102 – Interpersonal Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-8/2023

    COMM285 – Interpersonal Communications
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Communications 301 – Diversity and Intercultural Communication

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    COMM240 – Intercultural Communication
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Computer Science 102 – Fundamentals of Information Technology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    ITCC121 – Introduction to Computer Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 103 – Computer Concepts & Applications

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    ITCC200 – Application Software Integration
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 105 – Introduction to Operating Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 106 – Introduction to Linux

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 107 – Database Fundamentals

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    INFO171 – Relational Databases with Oracle: SQL Introduction
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 108 – Introduction to Networking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    ISSC231 – Networking Concepts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 109 – Introduction to Programming

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Computer Science 110 – Introduction to Cybersecurity

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 111 – Programming in C

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Computer Science 112 – Programming in C++

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Computer Science 113 – Programming in Python

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    ENTD220 – Introduction to Python
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 114 – Programming in R

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Computer Science 115 – Programming in Java

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    ENTD200 – Fundamentals of Programming
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Computer Science 201 – Data Structures & Algorithms

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 202 – Network & System Security

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 203 – Defensive Security

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 204 – Database Programming

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    INFO171 – Relational Databases with Oracle: SQL Introduction
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 220 – Fundamentals of Routing and Switching

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 302 – System Analysis & Design

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    ENTD412 – Systems Engineering
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 303 – Database Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    INFO222 – Database Concepts
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 304 – Network System Design

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 305 – Operating Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 306 – Computer Architecture

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Information Technology – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology Management

    Computer Science 307 – Software Engineering

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology Management

    Computer Science 310 – Current Trends in Computer Science & IT

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Information Technology Management

    Computer Science 311 – Artificial Intelligence

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Information Technology – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology Management

    Computer Science 320 – Digital Forensics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    ISSC351 – Computer Forensics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 321 – Ethical Hacking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Computer Science 323 – Wireless & Mobile Networking

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology – General concentration
    • BS Information Technology Management
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Computer Science 330 – Critical Infrastructure

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2019-10/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Computer Science 331 – Cybersecurity Risk Analysis Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Computer Science 332 – Cybersecurity Policies and Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2019-2/2022

    ISSC481 – IT Security: Planning and Policy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Computer Science 335 – Mobile Forensics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Computer Science 336 – Network Forensics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Cybersecurity – General concentration
    • BA Intelligence Studies – Cyber concentration

    Criminal Justice 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-10/2022

    CMRJ201 – Criminal Justice Administration
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 104 – Introduction to Criminology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 106 – Forensic Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 107 – Criminal Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-8/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 301 – White Collar Crime

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 305 – The Juvenile Justice System

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-8/2023

    CMRJ206 – Juvenile Delinquency
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 306 – Research Methods in Criminal Justice

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Criminal Justice 381 – Victimology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Earth Science 101 – Earth Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    ERSC181 – Introduction to Geology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Earth Science 104 – Intro to Meteorology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    ERSC180 – Introduction to Meteorology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Economics 101 – Principles of Microeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-10/2022

    ECON101 – Microeconomics or ECON201 – Microeconomics for Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Economics 102 – Macroeconomics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-10/2022

    ECON102 – Macroeconomics or ECON202 – Macroeconomics for Business
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Education 101 – Foundations of Education

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 103 – Classroom Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 104 – Differentiated Instruction

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 105 – Special Education History & Law

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 106 – Introduction to Early Childhood Education

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2017-2/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 210 – Technology in the Classroom

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Education 211 – Teaching Elementary Math

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    English 101 – English Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    English 102 – American Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    English 103 – Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    English 104 – College Composition I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-2/2022

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English 105 – College Composition II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-2/2022

    ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English 204 – English Composition I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    ENGL110 – Making Writing Relevant
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English 205 – English Composition II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2020-10/2023

    ENGL115 – Argumentation and Rhetoric
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English 301 – Non-Western Literature

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA English – General concentration

    English 305 – Advanced Technical Writing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-11/2022

    ENGL220 – Technical Writing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    English 310 – Short Stories

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Environmental Science 101 – Environment and Humanity

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    EVSP180 – Introduction to Environmental Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Finance 101 – Principles of Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 7/2016-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Finance 102 – Personal Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-10/2022

    BUSN235 – Personal Finance
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Finance 104 – Financial Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Finance 301 – Corporate Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)

    Finance 302 – International Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    FINC410 – International Finance
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Finance 303 – Financial Institutions & Markets

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration
    • BA General Studies (Management & Technology discipline)

    Finance 304 – Security Analysis & Portfolio Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration

    Finance 305 – Risk Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2020-2/2023

    OMNI399**
    2 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – General concentration

    Finance 306 – Small Business Finance

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BBA – Entrepreneurial/Small Business Management or General concentration

    Genetics 101 – Introduction to Genetics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-11/2022

    SCIN211 – Principles of Genetics with Lab
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Geography 101 – Human and Cultural Geography

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Geology 101 – Physical Geology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    ERSC181 – Introduction to Geology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Geometry 101 – Introduction to Geometry

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 12/2016-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Health 101 – Principles of Health

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    PBHE209 – Wellness: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 103 – Medical Terminology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2017-2/2023

    HIMA100 – Medical Terminology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 301 – Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    HCAD300 – Legal and Ethical Principles in Healthcare
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 302 – Health Services Policy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    HCAD301 – Healthcare Principles and Policies
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 303 – Healthcare Organization and Management

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Healthcare Administration

    Health 305 – Healthcare Finance & Budgeting

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 307 – Healthcare Delivery Systems

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BS Healthcare Administration

    Health 308 – Healthcare Quality & Outcome Measurement

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    HIMA350 – Compliance
    4 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 309 – Healthcare Informatics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    HIMA410 – Informatics and Analytics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Health 310 – Human Resource Management in Healthcare

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    HRMT407 – Human Resource Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History 100 – Western Civilization from Prehistory to Post-WWII

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 101 – Western Civilization I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-11/2022

    HIST121 – Western Civilization before The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 102 – Western Civilization II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    HIST122 – Western Civilization since The Thirty Years War
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 103 – US History I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-2/2022

    HIST101 – American History to 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 104 – US History II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    HIST102 – American History since 1877
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 105 – US History from Settlement to Present Day

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 106 – The Civil War and Reconstruction

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History 108 – History of the Vietnam War

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-2/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History 301 – Historiography & Historical Methods

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA History – General concentration

    History 306 – The American Civil War Era

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 11/2019-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education History or Elective

    History 307 – American Civil Rights Movement

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA History – American History concentration

    History 308 – Causes and Effects of the Vietnam War

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    History 309 – War & American Society

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA History – American History concentration
    • BA Military History – American Military History concentration

    History 311 – The Holocaust & World War II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    HIST290 – History of the Holocaust
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Hospitality 101 – Introduction to Hospitality

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    HOSP100 – Introduction to Hospitality Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Hospitality 105 – Introduction to the Tourism & Travel Industry

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Hospitality 301 – Hospitality Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2017-2/2023

    HOSP221 – Hospitality Marketing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Hospitality 304 – Hotel & Lodging Management and Operations

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    HOSP310 – Management of Lodging Operations
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Hospitality 309 – Food & Beverage Service & Operations

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    HOSP200 – Food and Beverage Management
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Humanities 101 – Intro to Humanities

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Humanities 201 – Critical Thinking & Analysis

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    PHIL110 – Critical Thinking
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Library Science 101 – Information Literacy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-5/2021

    COMM120 – Information and Digital Literacy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Communication or Elective

    Marketing 301 – Marketing Research

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-7/2021

    MKTG400 – Marketing Research
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Marketing 302 – Consumer Behavior

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    MKTG307 – Consumer Behavior
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Marketing 303 – Global Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-7/2021

    MKTG407 – International Marketing
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Marketing 306 – Principles of Selling

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    MKTG301 – Principles of Sales
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Marketing 308 – Applied Marketing

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Marketing – General concentration

    Math 097 – Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2017-1/2020

    MATH125 – Math for Liberal Arts Majors
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 101 – College Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-10/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 102 – College Mathematics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-10/2022

    MATH125 – Math for Liberal Arts Majors
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 103 – Precalculus

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-10/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra or MATH111 – College Trigonometry
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 104 – Calculus

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-10/2022

    MATH225 – Calculus
    6 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 105 – Precalculus Algebra

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2016-10/2022

    MATH110 – College Algebra
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 107 – Quantitative Literacy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2016-10/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

    Math 108 – Discrete Mathematics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2018-8/2021

    MATH210 – Discrete Mathematics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Nursing 301 – Nursing Informatics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Nutrition 101 – Science of Nutrition

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    SPHE295 – Foundations of Nutrition
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Philosophy 101 – Intro to Philosophy

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    PHIL101 – Introduction to Philosophy
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Philosophy 102 – Ethics in America

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Philosophy 103 – Ethics - Theory & Practice

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-3/2024

    PHIL200 – Introduction to Ethics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Physics 101 – Introduction to Physics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    PHYS180 – Introduction to Physics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Physics 111 – Physics I

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Physics 112 – Physics II

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Political Science 101 – Intro to Political Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-10/2023

    POLS101 – Introduction to Political Science
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Political Science 102 – American Government

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-10/2022

    POLS210 – American Government I
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Political Science 103 – Comparative Politics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2018-2/2024

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 101 – Introduction to Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-2/2022

    PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 102 – Educational Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 103 – Human Growth and Development

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 104 – Social Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    PSYC201 – Introduction to Social Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 105 – Research Methods in Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 106 – Abnormal Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 107 – Life Span Developmental Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 108 – Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 301 – Industrial/Organizational Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 9/2020-8/2023

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Human Resource Management – General concentration
    • BA Management – General or Human Resource concentration

    Psychology 302 – Cognitive Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 306 – Advanced Abnormal Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 310 – Psychology of Personality

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    PSYC221 – Personality Theories
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 311 – Physiological Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2019-7/2022

    OMNI399**
    3 SH in Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Psychology

    Psychology 312 – History and Systems of Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 10/2017-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Psychology 315 – Psychology of Motivation

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Psychology 316 – Advanced Social Psychology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-7/2022

    PSYC201 – Introduction to Social Psychology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Religion 101 – Intro to World Religions

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-11/2022

    RELS201 – Introduction to World Religions
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Science 101 – Intro to Natural Sciences

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 8/2014-6/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Science 102 – Principles of Physical Science

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    PHYS180 – Introduction to Physics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Natural Sciences or Elective

    Social Science 108 – Ethics in the Social Sciences

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Sociology 101 – Intro to Sociology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 5/2015-6/2022

    SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Sociology 103 – Foundations of Gerontology

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2017-4/2020

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Sociology 305 – Sociology of Work

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2018-6/2021

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Civics, Political & Social Sciences or Elective

    Spanish 101 – Beginning Spanish

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 2/2017-8/2023

    SPAN100 – Spanish I or SPAN101 – Spanish II
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Arts & Humanities or Elective

    Spanish 102 – Intermediate Spanish

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 3/2017-6/2021

    SPAN200 – Spanish III
    2 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Spanish 105 – Spanish for the Workplace

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 6/2016-11/2022

    No university equivalent
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in Elective

    Statistics 101 – Principles of Statistics

    ACE Passing Score: 70% or higher
    Effective Dates: 4/2016-10/2022

    MATH120 – Introduction to Statistics
    3 SH Undergraduate-Level Credit in General Education Mathematics & Applied Reasoning or Elective

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    University of Maryland Shore Regional Health

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Graduate University course or Critical Care University course

    Effective Date: October 29, 2012

    NURS300 – Transitions in Nursing3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your Graduate University course or Critical Care University course certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force Air Battle Manager Training

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 12 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    INTL648 – Electronic Warfare I3 SH
    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    OMNI399 Omnibus credit (only applies to the programs below)**
    • MA Emergency and Disaster Management – Major
    • MA Management with an Organizational Leadership, Public Administration, or General concentration
    • MA Military Studies with a Strategic Leadership or Joint Warfare concentration
    • Dual MA Emergency and Disaster Management and Homeland Security – Major
    • Master of Business Administration with a General concentration
    6 SH

    **Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your certificate or AF Form 475 when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

    You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force International Squadron Officer School Resident Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: January 2011 to Present

    MGMT312 – Leadership & Motivation3 SH
    MGMT315 – Management Communications3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your AF Form 475 or official transcript from Air University when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Management with a General Concentration
  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force International Squadron Officer School Resident Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: August 1989 to December 2010

    HRMT600 – Human Resource Management or MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH

    Effective Dates: January 2011 to Present

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    MGMT617 – Leading Teams3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Management with an Organizational Leadership, Public Administration, or General concentration
    • MA Military Studies with a Strategic Leadership concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a General concentration
    • Master of Public Administration with an Organizational Leadership concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force SPACE 200 Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    The SPACE 200 Course must have been completed after 12/31/2009 to qualify for this internal policy.

    SPST502 – Introduction to Orbital Mechanics3 SH
    SPST613 – Satellite Communications3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force Squadron Officer School Resident Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 6 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: January 2011 to Present

    MGMT312 – Leadership & Motivation3 SH
    MGMT315 – Management Communications3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your official transcript from Air University when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Management with a General Concentration
  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Air Force Squadron Officer School Resident Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: August 1989 to December 2010

    HRMT600 – Human Resource Management or MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH

    Effective Dates: January 2011 to Present

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    MGMT617 – Leading Teams3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MA Management with an Organizational Leadership, Public Administration, or General concentration
    • MA Military Studies with a Strategic Leadership concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a General concentration
    • Master of Public Administration with an Organizational Leadership concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your official transcript from Air University or your AF Form 475 when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Arts in Management with a General Concentration
  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Armed Forces Medical and Health Sciences Training

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    The maximum transfer credit award varies based on the following credit recommendations:

    U.S. Air Force

    Advanced Sterilization: L8AZJ4A271 00BA2 SH
    Aerospace Medical Service Apprentice (Phase 1)*: L5AQJ4N031 01AABIOL201 + 28 SH
    Air Force Diagnostic Imaging Apprentice/ Radiological Technologist Program (Phase I): L5AQJ4R031 01AABIOL201 + 34 SH
    Cardiopulmonary Lab Apprentice (Phase I): L3AQJ4H031 01AB32 SH
    Computer Based Medical Systems: L8AZJ4A271 00AA8 SH
    Dental Assistant Apprentice18 SH
    Dental Advanced Removable Laboratory Technician (Removable Prosthodontics): L5AZJ4Y072 00AA5 SH
    Dental Laboratory Technician51 SH
    Diet Therapy Apprentice: L5ABJ4D031 00AA16 SH
    Fixed Prosthodontics I: L5AZJ4Y072 00BA5 SH
    Fixed Prosthodontics II: L5AZJ4Y072 00CA6 SH
    Health Services Management Apprentice – Healthcare Administration Specialist Program: L5ABJ4A031 01AA14 SH
    Independent Duty Medical Technician29 SH
    Mammography Imaging Systems: L8AZJ4A271 00KA3 SH
    Medical Laboratory Apprentice (Phase I and II)30 SH
    Mental Health Service Apprentice: L5ABJ4C031 01AA34 SH
    Ophthalmic Apprentice: L5ABJ4V031 01AB24 SH
    Orthopedic Surgical Service Apprentice: L5ALJ4N131C 00AA15 SH
    Pharmacy Apprentice/Technician: L5AQJ4P031 01AA37 SH
    Physical Therapy Assistant: L8ABJ032 01AA (4J032) and L8ABJ032 01AA (4J032A) (Phase I and II)30 SH
    Radiographic / Fluoroscopic Imaging Systems: L8AZJ4A271 00JA5 SH
    Surgical Service Apprentice (Phase I): L5AQJ4N131 01AABIOL201 + 13 SH
    Telemedicine: L8AZJ4A271 00FA4 SH
    Ultrasound Imaging Systems: L8AZJ4A271 00LA2 SH

    U.S. Army

    Advanced Dental Lab Specialist: 331-F16 SH
    Advanced Sterilization Systems: 300-F122 SH
    Behavioral Health Specialist Course: 302-68X1042 SH
    Computer Based Medical Systems Maintenance: 300-F118 SH
    Dental Laboratory Specialist48 SH
    Dental Specialist Course: 68E1016 SH
    Eye Specialist: 323-68Y1024 SH
    Health Care Specialist Course: 68W10 / 91W10*30 SH
    Mammography Imaging Systems: 300-F14B3 SH
    Medical Laboratory Specialist Course (Phase I and II): 311-68K10CHEM133 + 56 SH
    Nutrition Care Specialist: 800-68M1015 SH
    Operating Room Specialist (Phase I and II): 301-68D10BIOL201 + 40 SH
    Orthopedic Specialist (Phase I and II): 304-68B1036 SH
    Patient Administration Specialist: 340-68G1013 SH
    Pharmacy Specialist: 312-68Q1045 SH
    Physical Therapy Specialty (Phase I and II): 303-N9 (68WN9)30 SH
    Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Imaging Systems: 300-F14A5 SH
    Radiology Specialist (Phase I): 313-68P10BIOL201 + 46 SH
    Respiratory Specialist (Phase I and II): 300-68V20BIOL201 + 56 SH
    Telemedicine: 300-F164 SH
    Ultrasound Imaging Systems: 300-F14C2 SH

    U.S. Navy

    Advanced Radiographer: B-313-0026BIOL201 + 39 SH
    Advanced Sterilization: B-326-20102 SH
    Basic Hospital Corpsman*: B-300-001032 SH
    Behavioral Health Technician: B-302-004637 SH
    Dental Assistant, Basic11 SH
    Dental Laboratory Technician Program – Dental Laboratory Technician Advanced: B-331-001730 SH
    Dental Laboratory Technician, Basic48 SH
    Medical Laboratory Technician: B-311-1018 and B-311-2018 (Phase I and II)CHEM133 + 56 SH
    Orthopedic Technician: B-300-014131 SH
    Pharmacy Technician: B-312-002552 SH
    Physical Therapy Technician: B-303-015030 SH
    Respiratory Specialist: B-300-1423 and B-300-1424 (Phase I and II)BIOL201 + 56 SH
    Surgical Technologist: B-301-0133 and B-301-0233BIOL201 + 56 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    *Students that receive transfer credit for this course will NOT be awarded any additional transfer credit if they submit a National Registry for Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) Basic certification; the NREMT Basic certification is considered duplicate, regardless of certification date and/or location of military training.

    For students pursuing the A.A.S. Health Sciences degree program:

    • Students whose Major Requirements credit award is less than the maximum 28 SH may register for and complete any courses listed within the Major Requirements section of their Academic Plan to fulfill the required 28 SH of their Major Requirements.

    • Students are eligible to receive additional transfer credit based on all the documents they submit for evaluation, including direct course matches for courses listed in the Major Requirements area of their degree program, as the block credit for this policy is not directly equivalent to any APUS course.

    • For students submitting a Joint Services Transcript, experience credit (MOS) for the same course within this internal recommendation policy will be considered duplicate credit and will NOT be awarded. For example, if a student has completed the U.S. Army Health Care Specialist Course: 68W10 and receives transfer credit toward their Major Requirements from this internal recommendation policy, they will NOT receive any additional credit for the 68W10 experience ACE recommendation.

    For students pursuing any program other than the A.A.S. Health Sciences degree:

    • Transfer credit from this internal recommendation policy is awarded as a nonequivalent block of transfer credit, meaning it is not equivalent to, nor can it satisfy, any specific APUS course requirements. The credit is acceptable for use toward elective requirements only.

    • For students submitting a Joint Services Transcript, experience credit (MOS) for the same course within this internal recommendation policy will be considered duplicate credit and will not be awarded.

    • In most cases, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training will be considered duplicate credit of the internal recommendation, and the credit will NOT be awarded.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Adjutant General Captains Career Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    HRMT600 – Human Resource Management3 SH
    MILS510 – Strategic Military Leadership3 SH
    MILS561 – Joint Warfare Planning and Implementation3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officers Course Non-Resident

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    MILS521 – Strategy, Tactics, & the Operational Art3 SH
    MILS541 – Campaign and Battle Analysis3 SH
    MILS542 – Contemporary Tactical Thought3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Students must have completed both the Command and General Staff Officers Course (CGSOC) 1-250-ILE and the Advanced Operations Course (AOC) 1-250-C3B. Students who have not completed both CGSOC and AOC may have the transcripts reviewed on a course-by-course basis.
    • Please include an official transcript from the US Army Command and General Staff College when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Arts in Military Studies
  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officers Course Resident

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    BUSN625 – Applied Decision Making3 SH
    MILS521 – Strategy, Tactics, & the Operational Art3 SH
    MILS541 – Campaign and Battle Analysis3 SH
    MILS542 – Contemporary Tactical Thought3 SH
    MILS561 – Joint Warfare Planning and Implementation3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Students must have completed both the Command and General Staff Officers Course (CGSOC) 1-250-ILE and the Advanced Operations Course (AOC) 1-250-C3B. Students who have not completed both CGSOC and AOC may have the transcripts reviewed on a course-by-course basis.
    • Please include an official transcript from the US Army Command and General Staff College when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Master of Arts in Military Studies
  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Detective Special Agent Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Course Number(s): AR-1728-0136

    Effective Dates: May 2008 – Present

    CMRJ101 – Evidence and Procedures3 SH
    CRMJ306 – Criminal Investigation3 SH
    CMRJ310 – Drug Dynamics in Criminal Justice3 SH
    CMRJ341 – Criminalistics3 SH
    LSTD302 – Criminal Law3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Engineer Captains Career Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    MGMT618 – Ethics in Leadership or DEFM541 – Defense Management Ethics3 SH
    MGMT620 – Project Management3 SH
    MILS541 – Campaign and Battle Analysis3 SH
    MILS542 – Contemporary Tactical Thought3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your DA Form 1059 or certificate of completion from the U.S. Army when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program.
  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Intelligence Center: Fort Huachuca Military Intelligence School

    Recommended Transfer Credit

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    Military Intelligence Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (MI BNCOC)

    Communications Locator / Interceptor (BNCOC)

    Course Number(s): 231-98H30

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Signals Collection / Identification Analyst (BNCOC)

    Course Number(s): 231-98K30

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Signals Intelligence (SIGNT) Analyst BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 232-98C30

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Common Ground Station Operator BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 233-96H30

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Electronic Intelligence Interceptor / Analyst BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 233-98J30

    Course Number(s): 232-98C30

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Human Intelligence Collector BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 241-97E30

    Course Number(s): 232-98C30

    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    Imagery Analyst BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 242-96D30

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    Intelligence Analyst BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 243-96B30

    INTL402 – Intelligence Analysis or INTL416 – Spycraft3 SH
    Ground Surveillance System Supervisor BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 243-96R30

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator (BNCOC)

    Course Number(s): 243-96U30

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Counterintelligence Agent BNCOC

    Course Number(s): 244-97B30

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    Counterintelligence Agent – BNCOC Phase 2

    Course Number(s): 301-97B30

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    Human Intelligence Collector – Reserve Component (BNCOC)

    Course Number(s): 301-97E30

    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH

    Military Intelligence Advanced Leader Course (MI ALC)

    Military Intelligence Maintenance / Integrator Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 102-35T30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL440 – Cyber Warfare3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Cryptologic Linguist Supervisor Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 231-35P3LXX-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analyst Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 232-35N30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Signals Collector / Analyst Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 233-35S30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Interpreter / Translator Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 241-09L30-C45

    General Education Humanities Credit3 SH
    General Education Social Science Credit3 SH
    Elective Credit6 SH
    Human Intelligence Collection Sergeant Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 241-35M30-C45 or 241-35M30-45 (35M)
    Effective Dates: 7/1/2020 – Present

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Human Intelligence Collector Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 241-35M30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Imagery Analyst Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 242-35G30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL419 Applied Geospatial Intelligence or INTL420 – Geographic Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Intelligence Analyst Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 243-35F30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL401 – Critical Analysis3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH
    Counterintelligence Agent Advanced Leader

    Course Number(s): 244-35L30-C45

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH

    Military Intelligence Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course (MI ANCOC)

    Military Intelligence Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course (ANCOC)

    Course Number(s): 2-33-C42, 2-35-C42, 2-96-C42, 2-97-C42, or 2-98-C42

    INTL300 – Research Methods in Intelligence Studies3 SH
    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL434 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH

    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Basic Course (MI WOBC)

    Tactical Intelligence Warrant Officer Basic Course – Tactical Intelligence (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3-30-C32

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 11/2011

    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Basic Course – Common Core (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-WOBC-CC

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 12/2009

    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Basic Course – Common Core (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-WOBC-CC

    Effective Dates: 1/2010 – Present

    INTL304 – Intelligence Collection3 SH
    INTL442 – Tactical Intelligence3 SH
    All Source Intelligence Technician Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-350B

    Effective Dates: 10/1999 – 11/2011

    INTL422 – Open Source Collection3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Imagery Intelligence Technician Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-350D

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 12/2009

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    Imagery Intelligence Technician Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-350D

    Effective Dates: 1/2010 – 11/2011

    INTL419 – Applied Geospatial Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    All Source Intelligence Technician Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-350F

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL422 – Open Source Collection3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Imagery Intelligence Technician Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-350G

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL419 – Applied Geospatial Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Human Intelligence Collection Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-351E

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 12/2009

    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Collection Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-351E

    Effective Dates: 1/2010 – 11/2011

    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Collection Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3A-351M

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analysis Technician

    Course Number(s): 3A-351S

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analysis Technician

    Course Number(s): 3B-352N

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analysis Technician

    Course Number(s): 3B-352P

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL421 – Signals Intelligence and Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Counterintelligence Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3C-351B

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 11/2010

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    Counterintelligence (CI) Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3C-351B

    Effective Dates: 12/2010 – 11/2011

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Counterintelligence Technician WOBC, Phase 2

    Course Number(s): 3C-351L

    Effective Dates: 1/2004 – 11/2010

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    Counterintelligence (CI) Technician Warrant Officer Basic, Phase 2 (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 3C-351L

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    INTL410 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH
    Intelligence / Electronic Warfare (IEW) Equipment Technician (WOBC)

    Course Number(s): 4C-353T

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – Present

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH

    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Advanced Course (MI WOAC)

    MI WOAC

    Course Number(s): 3-30-C32 or 3-30-C32-RC

    Effective Dates: 12/2011 – 7/13/2014

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL401 – Critical Analysis3 SH
    MI WOAC

    Course Number(s): 3-30-C32 or 3-30-C32-RC

    Effective Dates: 7/14/2014 – Present

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL401 – Critical Analysis3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies with one of the following concentrations: General, Counterintelligence, Intelligence Analysis, Intelligence Collection, Intelligence Operations
    3 SH

    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education (MI WOILE)

    MI WOILE

    Course Number(s): 3A-F100

    Effective Dates: 2/1/2018 – Present

    INTL200 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    INTL301 – Intelligence Community3 SH
    INTL401 – Critical Analysis3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include an official Joint Services Transcript when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form. For Warrant Officers that are no longer eligible for a JST, a Form DA1059 for the course(s) completed must be submitted.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Studies
  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Intelligence Center: Fort Huachuca Military Intelligence School

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Military Intelligence Captain's Career Course (MICCC)

    Course Number(s): 3-30-C22, 3-30-C22

    Effective Dates: January 1, 2004 to June 30, 2011

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence3 SH
    INTL615 – History of the Central Intelligence Agency or INTL618 – Intelligence Leadership, Management, and Coordination3 SH
    INTL620 – Terrain and Weather Intelligence3 SH
    INTL640 – Intelligence and National Security or INTL636 – Regional Threat Analysis3 SH
    INTL642 – Information Warfare or INTL643 – Information Operations3 SH

    Military Intelligence Captain's Career Course (MICCC)

    Course Number(s): 3-30-C22, 3-30-C22

    Effective Dates: July 1, 2011 to Present

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence3 SH
    INTL507 – Intelligence Operations3 SH
    INTL610 – Counterintelligence3 SH
    INTL634 – Threat Analysis3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    3 SH

    Military Intelligence Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education (MIWOILE)

    Course Number(s): 3A-F100

    Effective Dates: February 1, 2018 to Present

    INTL501 – Strategic Intelligence3 SH
    INTL507 – Intelligence Operations3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies – all concentrations
    • Master of Arts in Homeland Security – General or Intelligence Studies concentration
    3 SH
    Non-equivalent graduate elective credit3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Logistics Captains Career Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 12 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Combined Logistics Captains Career Course (CLC3) OR Multifunctional Logistics Captains Career Course (MLC3)

    Effective Dates: February 24, 2014 to Present

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Military Studies
    • MA Reverse Logistics Management – General concentration
    • MA Transportation and Logistics Management – General concentration
    • MA Supply Chain Management
    6 SH
    Elective Credit3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered traditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Management Staff College Civilian Education System (CES)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Basic Course (Resident)

    Effective Dates: October 26, 2018

    MGMT101 – Principles of Supervision3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    Intermediate Course Phase I (Distributed Learning)

    Effective Dates: August 3, 2018

    MGMT310 – Principles and Theory of Management3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    Intermediate Course Phase II (Resident)

    Effective Dates: August 3, 2018

    MGMT311 – Leading Yourself Foundations3 SH

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)

    • Bachelor of Arts in General Studies
    • Bachelor of Arts in Management – General or Leadership Concentration
    • Bachelor of Applied Science in Technical Management – Project Management or Technical Management Concentration
    3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Management Staff College Civilian Education System (CES)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Advanced Course Phase I (Distributed Learning)

    Effective Dates: September 6, 2018

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit (only applies to the program below)

    • Master of Arts in Management – General or Organizational Leadership Concentration
    2 SH

    Advanced Course Phase II (Resident)

    Effective Dates: September 6, 2018

    MGMT600 – Organizational Management3 SH
    MGMT617 – Leading Teams3 SH

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit (only applies to the programs below)

    • Master of Arts in Management – General or Organizational Leadership Concentration
    3 SH
    Elective Credit1 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Maneuver Captains Career Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    MGMT601 – Organizational Behavior3 SH
    MILS510 – Strategic Military Leadership3 SH
    MILS541 – Campaign and Battle Analysis3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Medical Department Captains Career Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    PBHE601 – Health Care Administration3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Military Studies with a Strategic Leadership concentration
    • Master of Business Administration with a Healthcare Administration concentration
    • Master of Public Administration with a Health Policy concentration
    • Master of Public Health – Major
    • Master of Public Policy with a Health Policy concentration
    • MS Healthcare Administration – Major
    • MS Health Information Management – Major
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMEDD): Practical Nurse Course (68C10 Phase 1 and Phase 2)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 45 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: October 1, 2016

    COMM120 – Information and Digital Literacy3 SH
    BIOL181 – Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology3 SH
    Arts and Humanities Credit (No University Equivalent)3 SH
    Civics, Political, and Social Sciences Credit (No University Equivalent)6 SH
    PBHE413 – Special Operations in Emergency Medical Services3 SH
    HIMA100 – Medical Terminology3 SH
    Elective Credit24 SH

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your AMEDD diploma or your official Joint Services Transcript reflecting completion of 68C10 when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing an Associate of Arts in General Studies
  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Army Space Operations Officer Qualification Course (SOOQC)

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: May 13, 2008 – August 1, 2010

    SPST613 Satellite Communications3 SH
    SPST623 National Space Organization3 SH
    SPST628 Space Operations Structure & Design3 SH

    Effective Dates: August 2, 2010 – February 28, 2017

    SPST502 Introduction to Orbital Mechanics3 SH
    SPST613 Satellite Communications3 SH
    SPST623 National Space Organization3 SH
    SPST628 Space Operations Structure & Design3 SH

    OMNI599 Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MS Space Studies – General concentration
    • MA Military Studies – any concentration
    • MA National Security Studies – General concentration
    3 SH

    Effective Dates: March 1, 2017 – present

    SPST501 – Introduction to Space Studies3 SH
    SPST623 – National Space Organization3 SH
    SPST628 – Space Operations Structure and Design3 SH

    OMNI599 Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)

    • MS Space Studies – Aerospace OR Space Policy concentration
    • MA Intelligence Studies – General concentration
    • MA Military Studies – Joint Warfare concentration
    6 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Law Enforcement Academy

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Expand All

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 12 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Boarding Officer Practical Course

    Course Number(s): 501853

    Effective Dates: Oct. 6, 2008

    ACE ID: CG-1728-0059

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Boarding Team Member Course

    Course Number(s): 341095

    Effective Dates: Oct. 6, 2008

    ACE ID: CG-1728-0059

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Maritime Enforcement Specialist (ME 'A') Course

    Course Number(s): 502195

    Effective Dates: Feb. 1, 2010

    ACE ID: CG-1728-0045

    MGMT312 – Leadership & Motivation3 SH
    Elective Credit9 SH

    Maritime Enforcement Specialist First Class (ME1) Performance Qualification Guide

    Course Number(s): 0181-1

    Effective Dates: Jan. 1, 2010

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class (ME2) Performance Qualification Guide

    Course Number(s): 0181-1

    Effective Dates: Jan. 1, 2010

    No Transfer Credit0 SH

    Maritime Law Enforcement Basic Boarding Officer Course or Basic Boarding Officer

    Course Number(s): 501304

    Effective Dates: Oct. 6, 2008

    ACE ID: CG-1728-0021

    LSTD401 – Maritime Law3 SH
    Elective Credit6 SH

    Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officer Counter Drug Operations Course

    Course Number(s): 502227

    Effective Dates: Mar. 31, 2010

    ACE ID: CG-1708-0044

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Maritime Law Enforcement Facilitator Course

    Course Number(s): 502198

    Effective Dates: Dec. 14, 2009

    ACE ID: CG-1406-0020

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security Law Enforcement Course

    Course Number(s): 502157

    Effective Dates: Jan. 12, 2009

    ACE ID: CG-1728-0060

    HLSS312 – Port Security3 SH

    Radiation Detection Level II Operations Course

    Course Number(s): 501858

    Effective Dates: Oct. 1, 2007

    ACE ID: CG-0709-0111

    Elective Credit2 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    Public Safety

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security Approved Certificates

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Expand All

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    American Medical Association

    eCore Disaster Life Support

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0

    Center for Domestic Preparedness

    Agricultural Emergency Response Training (AgERT)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 3.2

    Command and WMD Response

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Emergency Medical Services

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Instructor Training Certification Process (ISCC)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Managing Civil Actions in Threat Incidents (MCATI): Basic Course

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Managing Civil Actions in Threat Incidents (MCATI): Command

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Managing Civil Actions in Threat Incidents (MCATI): Protester Devices

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Respiratory Protection Program

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    WMD Crime Scene Management for Emergency Responders

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Emergency Responder HazMat Technician

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    WMD Hands on Training (HOT, Live Agent)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    WMD HazMat Evidence Collection

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD HazMat Technician Training

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD Incident Command

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD Incident Complexities – Clinician

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Incident Complexities – Responder

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Law Enforcement Protective Measures (LEPM)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Law Enforcement Protective Measures (LEPM), Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    WMD Law Enforcement Response Actions

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Technical Emergency Response Training (Live Agent)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 3.2

    Criminal Justice Institute – University of Arkansas

    Cybersecurity: Incident Handling and Response

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Cybersecurity: Prevention, Deterrence, and Recovery

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Dartmouth College Interactive Media Laboratory

    Virtual Terrorism Response Academy

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: Greater than 1.6

    Dugway Proving Ground

    Advanced Chemical and Biological Integrated Response Course (ACBIRC) – Technician Level

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Eastern Michigan University

    Teen Community Emergency Response Training (Train-the-Trainer)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

    Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Awareness Training Program (AIATP)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Introductory Intelligence Analyst Training Program (IIATP)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    International Association of Fire Fighters

    Emergency Response to Terrorism: Operations

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Emergency Response to Terrorism: Operations, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Institute for Preventative Strategies

    Homeland Security Terrorism Prevention Certificate Course for Law Enforcement Professionals

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Kirkwood Community College

    Avian Influenza Response

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Avian Influenza Response Master Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Foreign Animal Disease Response (FADR)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.0

    Foreign Animal Disease Response (FADR) (Train-the-Trainer)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    LA County Metro Transportation Authority

    Terrorism Awareness: Protecting the US Public Transportation System

    Louisiana State University

    Advanced Forensic Investigations for Hazardous Events

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Advanced WMD Tactical Operations

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    A Foundational Awareness of WMD/Terrorism (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    An Introduction to the National Incident Management System/National Response Plan (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    Disaster Mental Health Considerations During a Weapons of Mass Destruction Incident (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction on Bulk Distribution (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction on Mass Feeding (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction on Mass Sheltering (Web-Based)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.125

    Emergency Response to Domestic Biological Incidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Instructor Development Workshop: A Professional Development Program

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Introduction to Computer Aided-Management of Emergency Operations Suite (CAMEO)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Law Enforcement Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Law Enforcement Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.2

    Law Enforcement Response to WMD Incidents-Operations Level

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.2

    Law Enforcement Response to WMD Incidents-Operations Level, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.3

    Preparedness and Response to Agricultural Terrorism

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Preparedness and Response to Agricultural Terrorism, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Preparing Communities for Agroterrorism
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    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.5

    Preparing Communities for Agroterrorism, Train-the-Trainer
    >

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Prevention and Deterrence of Terrorist Acts by Law Enforcement
    >

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Prevention and Deterrence of Terrorist Acts by Law Enforcement, Train-the-Trainer
    >

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Public Safety WMD Response-Sampling Techniques and Guidelines

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Utilizing (CAMEO) in WMD, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Utilizing Computer Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD Tactical Commanders

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD Tactical Operations

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    WMD Tactical Operations, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 4.0

    Michigan State University

    Campus Community Emergency Response Training (Train-the-Trainer)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Developing an Intelligence Capacity in State, Local and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies: A Quick Start Program

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    National Domestic Preparedness Consortium

    WMD Awareness Level Training

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    WMD Awareness Level Training Course, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.2

    National Integration Center, National Exercise Division

    Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP), Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.8

    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

    Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings--Awareness

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.4

    Incident Response to Terrorist Bombing-Operations, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 3.4

    Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.4

    Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 3.6

    Understanding and Planning for School Bomb Incidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.4

    National Sheriffs' Association

    Jail Evacuation, Planning, and Implementation

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Managing the Incident: A Leadership Guide to WMD Events

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    WMD Homeland Security Initiative: An Executive Level Program for Sheriffs

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.2

    Nevada Test Site

    Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Radiological/Nuclear Awareness/Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.9

    Detection Equipment for Law Enforcement (DELE)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Personal Radiation Detection (PDR)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.7

    Radiological/Nuclear Course for Hazardous Material (HazMat) Technicians

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 3.2

    WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness Course

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    WMD Radiological/Nuclear Responder Operations Course

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    National White Collar Crime Center

    Advanced Criminal Intelligence Analysis to Prevent Terrorism (ACIAPT)

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 3.25

    Fast Cyberforensic Triage

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.0

    Northwest Arkansas Community College

    Business Continuity Planning

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Emergency Response: Strengthening Cooperative Efforts Among Public and Private Sector Entities

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Terrorism and WMD Awareness in the Workplace

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.3

    Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc.

    Emergency Responders and the Hard of Hearing Community: Taking the First Steps to Disaster Preparedness

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Emergency Responders and the Hard of Hearing Community: Taking the First Steps to Disaster Preparedness, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Texas A&M, Texas Engineering Extension Service

    Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for WMD Incidents: Basic Concepts

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.3 to 0.4

    EMS: Operations and Planning for WMD Incidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Enhanced Incident Management/Unified Command (E IM/UC)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.8

    Enhanced Threat and Risk Assessment (ETRA) (Local Jurisdiction)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    Incident Management/Unified Command (IM/UC) for CBRNE and Terrorism Incident

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Mayoral Institute Seminar for All-Hazards Preparedness

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Public Works for WMD Incidents: Basic Concepts

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Public Works: Preparing for and Responding to WMD/Terrorism Incidents (Previously PER 210)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    Senior Officials Workshop for All-Hazards Preparedness

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    WMD Regional Task Force

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD Threat and Risk Assessment (TandRA) (Local Jurisdiction)

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    WMD/Terrorism Awareness for Emergency Responders

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.3 to 0.4

    WMD/Terrorism Incident Defensive Operations for Emergency Responders

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 3.2

    WMD/Terrorism Incident Defensive Operations for Emergency Responders, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 3.2

    UC Davis-Western Institute for Food Safety & Security

    Principles of Detection and Diagnosis

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Principles of Frontline Response to Agroterrorism and Food Systems Disasters

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Principles of NIMS, Team Building and Risk Communication

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Principles of Planning and Implementing Recovery

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Principles of Preparedness for Agro Terrorism and Food Systems Disasters

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    Understanding the Dangers of Agroterrorism

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.6

    University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security

    Preparing the State: Implementing Continuity of Operations Planning

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.3

    Preparing the State: Implementing Continuity of Operations Planning, Train-the-Trainer

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.7

    University of Nevada Las Vegas

    Frontline Responder Training Course-Protecting Soft Targets

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    The University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center

    Transit Terrorist Tools and Tactics

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 2.4

    University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine

    Agricultural and Food Vulnerability Assessment Training

    Course Work: Upper Level

    CEUs: 1.7

    Western Oregon University

    Creating Vigilant, Prepared, and Resilient Communities for Homeland Security

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 1.6

    The Leader's Role in Creating Vigilant, Prepared, and Resilient Communities

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.65

    West Virginia University

    Campus Public Safety Response to WMD Incidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.8

    Homeland Security Planning for Campus Executives

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.45

    Homeland Security Planning for Campus Presidents

    Course Work: Lower Level

    CEUs: 0.1

    Determining the number of transfer credits:

    • Each pre-approved Department of Homeland Security course has an associated number of contact hours and/or continuing education units (CEUs) which will be mathematically converted to semester hours (SH) before being applied as transfer credit toward an APUS degree program.
    • Approved certificates will be categorized into either lower level (LL) course work or upper level (UL) course work and grouped together accordingly. APUS will calculate the number of possible SH of transfer credit for LL courses and UL courses separately, as their credit award application is different.
    • To convert the contact hours/CEUs to SH, the contact hours will first be converted to CEUs using the equation: Contact Hours/10 = CEUs. The CEUs will then be converted to SH using the equation: CEUs/1.5 = SH.

    Award of transfer credit:

    • Lower level courses: The number of calculated LL SH may be awarded toward the Elective requirements of a student's APUS degree program as applicable.
    • Upper level courses: If the number of calculated UL SH exceeds 2 SH, the student is eligible to have omnibus credit applied toward the Major requirements of their degree program, however ONLY if they are pursuing one of the Bachelor's degree programs listed above for maximizing transfer credit under the terms of this agreement. (Omnibus credit is upper level transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major requirements, but for which APUS does not offer an equivalent course.) Students may receive a MAXIMUM of 6 SH of omnibus credit toward the Major requirements of their degree program.
      • The number of calculated UL SH not applied as omnibus credit, or all UL SH calculated for students not enrolled in one of the indicated degree programs, may be awarded toward the Elective requirements of a student's APUS degree program as applicable.

    Total transfer credit award: From all approved Department of Homeland Security certificates submitted, a MAXIMUM of 15 SH transfer credit, from both LL and UL combined, may be awarded toward a student's APUS degree program requirements.

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security Basic Intelligence and Threat Analysis Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 12 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    HLSS320 – Intelligence and Homeland Security3 SH
    INTL303 – Introduction to Intelligence3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    6 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    Basic Intelligence and Threat Analysis Course – Mobile (BITAC-Mobile) gets the same award.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Public Safety

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security Mid-level Intelligence and Threat Analysis Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Sept. 15, 2008 to present

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA Homeland Security
    • BA Intelligence Studies
    3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program. Credits awarded are considered nontraditional transfer credit.

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Government

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security Senior Intelligence Leadership Seminar

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: Nov 2013 – Present

    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Intelligence Studies – General
    • MA Intelligence Studies – Intelligence Management
    • MA Intelligence Studies – Intelligence Operations
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your certificate when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you pursue one of the following: Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies with a General Concentration, a concentration in Intelligence Management, or a concentration in Intelligence Operations.
  • Undergraduate

    Government

    U.S. Department of State Naval Support Unit Seabee Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 24 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: 2/1/2014 – Present

    SCMT101 – Introduction to Security Management3 SH
    SCMT302 – Protecting U.S. Government Facilities3 SH
    SCMT397 – Physical Security3 SH
    OMNI399 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • BA General Studies – National and Local Security area
    • BA Security Management – General concentration
    • BA Security Management – Government Security
    3 SH
    Elective Credit12 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Government

    U.S. Department of State Basic Special Agent Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: March 1, 2017 – Present

    LSTD502 Criminal Law3 SH
    LSTD503 Criminal Justice Process3 SH
    SCMT536 Protective Services3 SH

    The 10-year credit age limitation applies to this policy.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    U.S. Department of State Security Technical Specialist (STS) Fundamentals Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 30 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Elective Credit30 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Undergraduate

    Government

    U.S. Marine Corps Marine Air Ground Task Force Counterintelligence / Human Intelligence Basic Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 9 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    ACE ID: MC-1606-0021

    Effective Dates: 3/2009 – Present

    INTL304 – Intelligence Collection3 SH
    INTL423 – Human Intelligence3 SH
    INTL424 – Interrogation3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Please include a copy of your DA Form 1059, a copy of the MAGTF CI/HUMINT Basic Course certificate of completion, or official Joint Services Transcript when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any undergraduate degree program but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you pursue one of the following: Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Studies with a General Concentration, a concentration in Counter Intelligence, or a concentration in Intelligence Collection.
  • Undergraduate

    Military

    U.S. Marine Corps Chemical Biological Incident Response Force Basic Operations Course

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 15 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Dates: CBIRF Basic Operations Course must have been completed AFTER December 1, 2007.

    EDMG230 – Emergency and Disaster Incident Command3 SH
    HLSS211 – Emergency Response to Terrorism3 SH
    HLSS212 – Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards3 SH
    Elective Credit6 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

  • Graduate

    Military

    U.S. Naval War College

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    Students may choose up to 15 semester hours (SH) from the following:

    DEFM500 – Military Leadership3 SH
    MGMT605 – Leadership3 SH
    MILS521 – Strategy, Tactics, & The Operational Art3 SH
    MILS655 – Naval Power in Joint Warfare3 SH
    NSEC503 – U.S. National Security3 SH
    OMNI599 – Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the programs below)
    • MA Homeland Security with a General Concentration
    • MA Intelligence Studies with a Homeland Security Concentration
    • MA International Relations and Global Security with an International and Transnational Security Issues concentration
    • MA National Security Studies with a Homeland Security, Security and Intelligence Analysis, or General Concentration
    • MA Military Studies with a Joint Warfare or Strategic Leadership concentration
    • Master of Public Administration with a National Security concentration
    • Master of Public Policy with a National Security Policy concentration
    3 SH

    *Omnibus credit applies to a student's specific area of study within their Concentration requirements when the university does not offer an equivalent course. This credit may be treated as Elective credit depending on the specific program requirements.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    • Students must have completed at least 15 semester hours at the U.S. Naval War College to qualify for the above transfer credit.
    • Please include an official transcript from the US Naval War College when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.
    • You may pursue any graduate degree program.
  • Undergraduate

    Academic

    Vizient/American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Nurse Residency Program

    Recommended Transfer Credit

    The maximum transfer credit award possible is 3 semester hours (SH) based on the following:

    Effective Date: January 1, 2016

    NURS300 – Transitions in Nursing3 SH

    Individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of your selected degree program.

    Note: The credit recommendations on this page are reviewed each catalog year and are subject to change.

    Eligibility

    Please include a copy of your your Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program certificate of completion when you submit the transfer credit evaluation form.

    You may pursue any undergraduate degree program, but you are most likely to maximize your transfer credit award if you are pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

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