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Extended Campus Curriculum Standards Manual EC-A-26

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NATIONAL EXAMS

PURPOSE: This procedure provides information relating to specific national exams
and credit, which may be awarded in accordance with the University undergraduate
policy (A-AU-15) Credit on the Basis of National Examinations. Credit will be granted
only on the basis of results of initial testing and one retest.

PROCEDURE: ERAU accepts the minimum acceptable scores recommended by the
American Council on Education (ACE) for the award of undergraduate academic credit.
In addition, the amount of academic credit and level (upper or lower) recommended by
ACE will apply to:

Admitted students for the 2000-2001 catalog that was effective J uly 1, 2000, and all
subsequent catalogs.

Continuing students who completed exams on or subsequent to J uly 1, 2000.

Students in the 1999-2000 or previous catalogs who have completed exams J une 30,
2000 and prior are subject to the ERAU guidelines that were in effect at the time the
exam was taken. Waivers to allow new criteria for older catalogs will not be
considered.

Official CLEP or DANTES tests reports must be sent directly to Embry-Riddle from the
testing agency. ACT-PEP (RCE) test results must be submitted on an official grade
report from Regents College. Test titles and scores reported on other institution official
transcripts are also acceptable.

Extended Campus students are authorized to take National exams subsequent to
matriculation when approved by the appropriate Center Director of Operations or
Academic Advisor. In such cases, the office of Student Services must receive all
National test results before a student applies for graduation.



Office of Primary Responsibility: EC Student Services



_____________________________________________________________________
Robert E. Myers, Ph.D. DATE
Chancellor, Extended Campus


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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1. The College Boards College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

Please access www.collegeboard.com/clep for a listing of currently administered
CLEP exams. (Click on College Board tests, click on CLEP, click on Registering,
click on Information for Candidates. Information booklet for candidates contains
current exams.)

CLEP General Exams ERAU Credit Awarded Credit
English Composition with
Essay (Test 1)






ENGL 122 English Composition
and Literature
AND
ENGL 143 * Studies in Rhetorical
Theory
* May apply as a Communication
Theory and Skills requirement or
as a Humanities requirement
3


3




English Comp without essay
(Test 1)




ENGL 122 English Composition
and Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(*Does not fulfill Communication
Theory and Skills requirement.)
3


3


Social Science/History (Test 2)




HIST 110 World History
OR History Elective
AND
SOCI 210 Introduction to Sociology
OR PSYC 220 Psychology
3


3

Natural Sciences (Test 3)

Physical Science Electives 6

Humanities (Test 4)


Humanities Electives
(Does not fulfill Communication
Theory and Skills requirement.)
6


College Mathematics (formerly
Mathematics) (Test 5)
Open Elective 6


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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2. GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT TESTS (GED)

If a student took a General Education Development Test in 1965 or prior, please
contact your regional support evaluator for Embry-Riddle recommended credit.




Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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3. CLEP SUBJECT EXAMS

A CLEP exam repeated within 180 days of the testing date is considered invalid
and ERAU will not consider it for credit. (www.collegeboard.com/clep)

CLEP Subject Exams ERAU Course Equivalent Credit
Afro-American History

History Elective

3

American Government Government Elective 3
American History History Elective 6
American History I: Early Colonizations to 1877

History Elective

3

American History II: 1865-Present History Elective 3
American Literature







HUMN 142 * Studies in
Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)
3


3



Analysis and Interpretation of Literature







HUMN 142 * Studies in
Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)
3


3



Analyzing and Interpreting Literature






HUMN 142 * Studies in
Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)
3


3



Biology




BIOL 107 Elements of
Biological Science
AND
Physical Science Elective

3


3

Calculus


Math Elective (fulfills Gen.
Ed. Math requirement)

3



Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Calculus with Analytic Geometry


Math Elective (Fulfills Gen.
Ed math requirement)

6


Calculus with Elementary Functions



Math Elective (Fulfills Gen.
Ed math requirement)

6


Chemistry Physical Science Elective 3
College Algebra

MATH 140 College
Algebra
3
College Algebra-Trigonometry

Math Elective (Fulfills Gen
Ed Math requirement)
3

College Composition







ENGL 122 English
Composition and Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement.)
3


3



College French
Minimum score 50

Minimum score 62

Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester

6

12
College Level French Language (Levels 1 & 2)
Level 1 (two semesters) Minimum score 50

Level 2 (four semesters) Minimum score 62
Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester

6

12
College German
Minimum score 50

Minimum score 63

Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester

6

12
College Level German Language (Levels 1 & 2)
Level 1 (two semesters) Minimum score 50

Level 2 (four semesters) Minimum score 63

Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester


6

12

College Level Spanish Language
(Levels 1 & 2) Minimum score 50
Level 1 (two semesters)

Level 2 (four semesters) Minimum score 66
Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester


6

12


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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College Spanish
Minimum score 50

Minimum score 66

Humanities Electives
Second Semester

Fourth Semester

6

12
Computers & Data Processing


Computer Elective (Fulfills
Gen. Ed. Requirement)
3

Computer Programming - Elementary Fortran IV


Computer Elective (Fulfills
Gen. Ed. Requirement)

3


Educational Psychology, Intro to. Psychology Elective 3
English Composition (Rhetoric)







ENGL 122 English
Composition and Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement.)

3


3



English Literature






HUMN 142 * Studies in
Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)
3

3




Freshman College Composition







ENGL 122 English
Composition and Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)

3


3



Freshman English






HUMN 142 * Studies in
Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill
Communication Theory
and Skills requirement)
3


3



General Biology




BIOL 107 Elements of
Biological Science
AND
Physical Science Elective
3


3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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General Chemistry Physical Science Elective 6
General Psychology

PSYC 220 Intro to
Psychology
3
Geology Physical Science Elective 6
History of American Education History Elective 3
History of the US I: Early Colonizations to 1877

History Elective

3

History of the US II: 1865 to the Present
History Elective

3

Human Growth and Development Psychology Elective 3
Information Systems and Computer Applications
CSCI 109 Introduction to
Computers and
Applications
3


Introduction to Business Management

MGMT 201 Principles of
Management
3

Introduction to Educational Psychology

Psychology Elective

3

Introduction to Management

MGMT 201 Principles of
Management
3

Introductory Accounting




MGMT 210 Financial
Account
AND
MGMT 212 Advanced
Financial Accounting
3


3

Introductory Business Law Open Elective 3
Introductory Calculus







MATH 111 College Math
for Aviation I
AND
MATH 112 College Math
for Aviation II
(Fulfills both Gen. Ed.
math requirements)
3


3



Introductory Economics




ECON 210
Microeconomics
AND
ECON 211
Macroeconomics
3


3

Introductory Macroeconomics ECON 211
Macroeconomics
3
Introductory Marketing

Open Elective 3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Introductory Microeconomics and
Macroeconomics





ECON 210
Microeconomics
OR
ECON 211
Macroeconomics
NOTE: Only 3 hours of
credit will be granted.
3






Introductory Microeconomics

ECON 210
Microeconomics
3
Introductory Psychology

PSYC 220 Intro To
Psychology
3

Introductory Sociology

SOCI 210 Intro to
Sociology
3

Money and Banking Open Elective 3
Principles of Accounting




MGMT 210 Financial
Accounting
AND
MGMT 212 Advanced
Financial Accounting
3

3


Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 211
Macroeconomics
3
Principles of Management

MGMT 201 Principles of
Managements
3

Principles of Marketing Open Elective 3
Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 210
Microeconomics
3

Statistics

MATH 222 Business
Statistics
3

Tests and Measurements Open Elective 3
Trigonometry MATH 142 Trigonometry 3
Western Civilization


HIST 110 World History
AND
History Elective
3

3
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 History Elective 3
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present HIST 110 World History 3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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4. DANTES EXAMS (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support)

The DANTES exams were created in 1974, after the United States Armed Forces
Institute (USAFI) was dissolved. The following comprehensive list includes both
DANTES and USAFI exams.
For additional information on DANTES exams, please see the WEB site:
http://www.voled.doded.mil

SA 400 English Composition I

ENGL 122 English Composition and Literature 3
SA 401 English Composition II



English Elective
(Fulfills a Communication, Theory and Skills
Requirement)
3


SA 404 Survey of English
Literature I

HUMN 142 Studies In Literature
(Does not fulfill a Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


SB 404 Survey of English
Literature


HUMN 142 Studies In Literature
(Does not fulfill a Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


SA 405 Survey of English
Literature II

Humanities Elective
(Does not fulfill a Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


SA 408 Survey of American
Literature I

Humanities Elective
(Does not fulfill a Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


SA 409 Survey of American
Literature II

Humanities Elective
(Does not fulfill a Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


SA 415 Speech I
(Does not contain a presentation)
Open Elective

2

SA 416 Speech II
(Does not contain a presentation)
Open Elective

2

SA 424 Intermediate College
Algebra
Open Elective

3

SC 424 Intermediate College
Algebra
Open Elective

3

SE 424 Intermediate College
Algebra
Open Elective

3

SE 424 Introductory College
Algebra
Open Elective

3

SF/SG/SH/SL 424 Fundamentals
of College Algebra
MATH 140 College Algebra

3

SB/SC 425 College Algebra MATH 140 College Algebra 3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SA 430 Analytic Geometry Open Elective
3
SA/SB /SC 433 Basic Statistics MATH 222 Business Statistics 3
SA 435 Plane Trigonometry MATH 142 Trigonometry
3
SC 435 Plane Trigonometry


MATH 142 Trigonometry
AND
Math Elective
3

1
SA/SC/SE 440 Calculus I

Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
4

SA/SC 441 Calculus II


Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
3

SA 442 Analytic Geometry and
Calculus I
Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
4

SA 443 Analytic Geometry and
Calculus II
Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
4

SA 444 Analytic Geometry and
Calculus III
Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
4

SA/SC 445 Differential Equations


Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
3

SA/SC/SE 446 Linear Algebra


Math Elective
(Fulfills a general education math requirement)
3

SE/SF/SH/SL/SM 450 Principle of
Statistics
MATH 222 Business Statistics

3

SA/SB/SC 453 Principles of
Economics I
ECON 211 Macroeconomics

3

SA/SB/SC 454 Principles of
Economics II
ECON 210 Microeconomics

3

SA 455 History of the US I History Elective 3
SA 456 History of the US II History Elective 3
SA 457 History of Civilization I History Elective 3
SB 457 History of Western
Civilization to 1500
History Elective

3

SC 457 History of Western
Civilization to 1500
History Elective

3

SA 458 History of Civilization I History Elective 3
SB 458 History of Western
Civilization since 1500
HIST 110 World History

3

SC 458 History of Western
Civilization since 1500
HIST 110 World History

3

SA 459 Modern European History History Elective 3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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I
SA 460 Modern European History
II
History Elective

3

SE/SF 461 Art of the Western
World

Humanities Elective


3


SA 462 History of the American
Negro
History Elective

3

SA 463 Russian History I History Elective 3
SA 464 Russian History II History Elective 3
SA 465 Latin American History I

History Elective

3

SF/SG/SH/SL 465 Western
Europe Since 1945
History Elective

3
SE 465 Contemporary Western
Europe: (1946-1990)
History Elective

3

SA 466 Latin American History II
History Elective

3

SA 467 History of Modern East
Asia
History Elective

3

SA 468 History of Southeast Asia

History Elective

3

SA 469 History of the Middle East

History Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 469 Introduction
to the Modern Middle East
History Elective

3

SE 470 Geography Social Science Elective 3
SF/SG/SH/SL470 Human/Cultural
Geography
Social Science Elective

3

SA 471 History of Africa History Elective 3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 471 Rise & Fall
of the Soviet Union
Social Science Elective Upper Level

3

SA 472 Problems of
Contemporary Latin America

Social Science Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 473 History
of the Vietnam War
History Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 474 Ethics
in America
Humanities Elective 3
SA 475 American Government I Government Elective 3
SA 476 American Government II Government Elective
3
SE 476 War & Peace in the
Nuclear Age
Social Science Elective Upper Level

3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SA 479 International Relations Social Science Elective 3
SA 481 Modern European
Governments
Government Elective

3

SA 482 Modern Asian
Governments
Government Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 483 The Civil War
and Reconstruction
History Elective Upper Level

3

SA 485 General Psychology PSYC 220 Introduction to Psychology 3
SA 488 Psychology of Personality
and Adjustment
Psychology Elective

3

SB/SC 488 Psychology of
Adjustment
Psychology Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 489 Foundations of
Education
Social Science Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 490 Lifespan
Developmental Psychology
Psychology Elective

3

SA/SC 491 Educational
Psychology
Psychology Elective

3

SA/SC/SE/SF/SG 494 General
Anthropology
Social Science Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 495 Drug & Alcohol
Abuse

Physical Science Elective Upper Level
OR
Social Science Elective Upper Level
3


SA 495 Introductory Sociology SOCI 210 Intro to Sociology 3
SA 496 Sociology II
(Social Problems)
Social Science Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 496 Introduction
to World Religions
Humanities Elective

3

SA/SC/SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 497
Introduction Law Enforcement
Open Elective

3

SA 498 Criminology Open Elective 3
SB 498 Criminology Open Elective 3
SC 498 Criminology Open Elective 3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 498 Criminal
J ustice
Open Elective

3

SA/SC/SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 500
Astronomy
Physical Science Elective

3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SB 500 Astronomy I Physical Science Elective 2
SE/SF 501 Physics for Non-Majors

.

PHYS 102 Explorations in Physics
AND
Physics Elective
3

3
SE/SF 502 Physics with Calculus:
Mechanics
Physics Elective

3

SA/SB 503 College Biology I Physical Science Elective 3
SA 504 College Biology II Physical Science Elective 3
SB 504 College Biology III Physical Science Elective 3
SA/SC/SE 505 General
Geophysics
Physics Elective
3
SE/SF 506 Physics with Calculus,
Electricity & Magnetism
Physics Elective
3

SA 507 Hygiene
(Healthful Living)
Open Elective

3

SE 507 ACS General Chemistry

Physical Science Elective

6

SE 508 Here's to Your Health

Open Elective

3

SF/SG/SH/SL 508 Here's to Your
Health
Physical Science Elective 3

SA 510 Oceanography
Physical Science Elective
3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 511
Environment & Humanity: The
Race to Save the Planet
PHYS 142 Introduction to Environmental
Science
3


SA/SGB/SC/SE/SF/SG/SH 512
Principles of Physical Science I
(formerly Survey of Physical
Science I)
Physical Science Elective
3
SA 513 Survey of Physical
Science II
Physical Science Elective
3
SA/SC 514 College Chemistry I Physical Science Elective 3
SA/SC 515 College Chemistry II Physical Science Elective 3
SA/SB 517 College Physics I Physics Elective 3
SA/SB/SC 518 College Physics II Physics Elective 3
SA/SC 519 Geology I

Physical Science Elective
3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 519 Physical
Geology

Physical Science Elective 3


SA/SC 520 Geology II Physical Science Elective 3
SA 521 College Geography I
(Physical)
Social Science Elective

3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SA 522 College Geography II Social Science Elective 3
SA 523 Elements of Geography Social Science Elective 3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 524 Principles of
Finance
MGMT 332 Corporate Finance I

3

SA 525 Principles of Accounting I

MGMT 210 Financial Accounting

3

SC 525 Principles of Financial
Accounting I
MGMT 210 Financial Accounting 3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 525
Principles of Financial Accounting
MGMT 210 Financial Accounting 3

SA 526 Principles of Accounting II

MGMT 212 Advanced Financial Accounting

3

SA 527 Intermediate Accounting Open Elective 6
SE 528 Introductory Cost
Accounting
Accounting Elective (Fulfills the accounting
requirement)
3

SE 529 Auditing I

Management Elective

3
SE/SF 530 Personnel/Human
Resource Management

Management Elective

3

SG/SH/SL/SM 530 Human
Resource Management
Open Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 531
Organizational Behavior
Open Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 532 Principles of
Supervision
Open Elective

3

SA/SB/SC 533 Business Law I Open Elective 3
SA/SB/SE/SF/SH 534 Business
Law II
Management Elective Upper Level

3

SA 535 Intro to Data Processing

Computer Science Elective (Fulfills the general
education computer science requirement)
2

SE 536 Introduction to Computer
with BASIC Programming
CSCI 109 Introduction to Computers and
Applications
3

SF 536 Introduction to Computer
with BASIC
CSCI 109 Introduction to Computers and
Applications
3

SG/SH/SL/SM 536 Introduction to
Computing

CSCI 109 Introduction to Computers and
Applications
3

SA 539 Principles of Management
MGMT 201 Principles of Management

3

SC 539 Introduction to
Management
MGMT 201 Principles of Management

3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SA/SB/SC/SE/SF/SG/SH 543
Introduction to Business
Open Elective

2

SA/SB 544 Personnel
Management
Open Elective 3

SA 545 Office Management Open Elective 3
SA/SC/SE/SF 546 Risk and
Insurance
Open Elective
3
SA/SB547 Introduction to Real
Estate
Open Elective

3

SE 547 Principles of Real Estate Open Elective 3
SA 548 Money and Banking Economics Elective 3
SC/SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 548
Money and Banking
Economics Elective Upper Level

3

SA 549 Marketing Open Elective 3
SC/SE 549 Basic Marketing Open Elective 3
SA 550 Climatologic/Meteorology Physical Science Elective 3
SC 550 Meteorology and
Climatologic

Physical Science Elective


3


SE/SF/SG/SH 550 Personal
Finance
Management Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 551 Management
Information System
MGMT 320 Business Information Systems

3

SA/SC 560 Introduction to
Education
Social Science Elective

3
SA 561 History and Philosophy of
Education
Social Science Elective 3

SA/SC 562 Principles of Guidance Social Science Elective 3
SE/SF/SG/SH/SL/SM 562
Fundamentals of Counseling
Social Science Elective
3
SA 568 Introduction to Forestry Open Elective 3
SC 568 Introduction to Forestry Open Elective 2
SA 575 Beginning Latin I Humanities Elective 3
SA 576 Beginning Latin II Humanities Elective 6
SA/SC 577 Beginning French I Humanities Elective 3
SA 578 Beginning French II Humanities Elective 6
SC 578 Beginning French II Humanities Elective 3
SA/SE/SF/SG 579 Beginning
German I
Humanities Elective
3
SC 579 Beginning German I Humanities Elective 4
SA 580 Beginning German II Humanities Elective 6

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SC/SE/SF/SG 580 Beginning
German II
Humanities Elective
3
SA 581 Beginning Russian I Humanities Elective 3
SA 582 Beginning Russian II Humanities Elective 6
SA/SC/SE/SF583 Beginning
Spanish I
Humanities Elective
3
SA 584 Beginning Spanish II

Humanities Elective 6

SC/SE/SF 584 Beginning Spanish
II
Humanities Elective 3

SA/SC/SE 585 Beginning Italian I Humanities Elective 3
SA 586 Beginning Italian II Humanities Elective 6
SC 586 Beginning Italian II Humanities Elective 3
SA 700 General Aeronautics Open Elective 3
SA 710 J et Aircraft Engines Open Elective 2
SA/SC 740 Auto Mechanics I Open Elective 3
SE/SF 740 Basic Automotive Open Elective 3
SA/SC 741 Auto Mechanics II Open Elective 3
SE 741 Automotive
Electrical/Electronics
Open Elective

3

SA/SC/SE 756 Introduction to
Carpentry
Open Elective

3
SA 769 Introduction to Mechanical
Drawing I
Open Elective

3

SA 770 Introduction to Mechanical
Drawing II
Open Elective

3

SB/SC 770 Basic Technical
Drawing and Graphics
Open Elective

3

SE 770 Basic Technical Drafting Open Elective 3
SA 781 Fundamentals of
Electricity
Open Elective 2
SC 781 Fundamentals of
Electricity

Open Elective


3


SE 782 Fundamentals of
Electronics

Open Elective


3


SA 785 Electrical Measuring
Instruments
Open Elective

3

SC 785 Electrical Measuring
Instruments
Open Elective

2

SA/SC 788 Introduction to
Electronics I
Open Elective 3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SE 788 Electric Circuits Open Electives 4
SF 788 Electric Circuits Open Electives 6
SA/SC 789 Introduction to
Electronics II
Open Elective 3
SE 789 Electronic Devices

Open Electives

4

SA/SB 794 Introduction to Diesel
Engines I
Open Elective
3

SA/SB 795 Introduction to Diesel
Engines II
Open Elective

3

SA 810 Technical Mathematics I Open Electives 5
SC 810 Technical Mathematics I Open Electives 4
SA 811 Technical Mathematics II

Math Elective (Fulfills the general education
math requirement)
5

SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 812 Business
Mathematics
Open Elective

3

SE/SF/SG/SH 815-819 Principles
of Public Speaking


SPCH 219 Speech
(Note: Student must complete the multiple-
choice test and receive a passing grade on the
speech.)

3



SA/SE/SF/SG/SH/SL 820
Technical Writing
(Optional Essay)





Humanities Elective
(Note: Student desiring credit for ENGL 221
Technical Report Writing (3 semester hours)
must have the essay portion of the exam
submitted along with the score report. The
student must pay the ERAU End of Course
exam fee to have the essay graded by ERAU.)

3







SE 821-826 Principles of Public
Speaking



SPCH 219 Speech

(Note: Students must complete the multiple-
choice test and receive a passing grade on the
speech.)
3




SE 829-834 Principles of Public
Speaking







SPCH 219 Speech

(Note: This exam is available to U.S. military
personnel only.)

(Note: Students must complete the multiple-
choice test and receive a passing grade on the
speech.)
3







SA/SB 885 Fundamentals of
Radio
Open Elective

3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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SC 885 Fundamentals of Radio


Open Elective

6

SE/SF 885 Principles of Electronic
Communication Systems
Open Elective


3


SA 887 Intermediate Radio Open Elective 3
SA/SC 890 Radio Servicing Open Elective 4
SA 891 Television Servicing Open Elective 4
SC 891 Television Servicing Open Elective 3
SE 891 Television Theory &
Circuitry
Open Elective

3

SA 893 Introduction to Television I


Open Elective


3

SA 894 Introduction to Television
II
Open Elective

3

SE 935 Principles of Refrigeration
Technology
Open Elective

3

SA 936 Introduction to
Refrigeration
Open Elective

4

SC/SE 936 Introduction to Air
Conditioning, Refrigeration &
Heating
Open Elective


3


SA 960 Introduction Quality
Control
Open Elective

3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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5. Excelsior College Exams (Formerly American College Testing Program
Proficiency Examination Program (ACT-PEP) / Regents College Examinations
(RCE). Member of the University of the State of New York). A minimum grade
of C is required for the award of credit.

Students must request an official copy of the Excelsior College Exam score
report. The student must request the score report in writing from Excelsior and
provide the name and mailing location to which the report is to be sent.

402 Freshman English







HUMN 142* Studies in
Literature

AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill a
Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3

3





403 Fundamentals of Nursing



Open Electives



8-10 Based
upon grade
report

404 Introduction to Criminal J ustice

Open Elective

3

406 Afro-American History History Elective 6
407 Foundations of Gerontology

Social Science Elective Upper
Level
3

408 Statistics MATH 222 Business Statistics 3
421 Accounting: Level I



MGMT 210 Financial Acct.
AND
MGMT 212 Adv. Financial Acct.

3

3

422 Accounting: Level II
Accounting Elective Upper
Level
9
423 Accounting: Level III

Accounting Elective Upper
Level
4

424 Commonalities in Nursing Care:
(Area I)
Open Electives

4-5 based on
grade report
425 Health Restoration I

Open Electives
Upper Level
4

426 Professional Strategies (Nursing)

Open Electives
Upper Level
4

427 Commonalities in Nursing Care: Open Electives 5

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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(Area A)
428 Intermediate Business Law MGMT 390 Business Law 3
429 Organizational Behavior




MGMT 317 Organizational
Behavior



3




430 Principles of Management
MGMT 201 Principles of
Management
3

431 Introductory Accounting



MGMT 210 Financial Acct.
AND
MGMT 212 Adv. Financial Acct.

3

3

432 The History of Nazi Germany History Elective Upper Level 3
434 English Composition







ENGL 122 English Composition
and Literature
AND
Humanities Elective *
(* Does not fulfill a
Communication Theory and
Skills requirement)
3


3




435 Organizational Behavior
(multiple choice)

MGMT 317 Organizational
Behavior

3


436 Research Methods in
Psychology

Psychology Elective Upper
Level

3


450 American History

History Elective 6

450 Applied Music

Open Electives

4

453 Maternal In Child Care
(Associate)
Open Electives

6

456 Criminal Investigation Open Elective 3
457 Maternal In Child Care Nursing
(Baccalaureate)

Open Electives Upper Level


8-12 Based
on grade
report
458 Physical Geology Physical Science Elective 3
459 Abnormal Psychology


Psychology Elective Upper
Level
3

460 The American Dream (Part I)

Humanities Electives Upper
Level
6

471 Management of Human
Resources: Level I
MGMT 201 Principles of Mgt.
AND
3


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Open Elect

3

472 Management of Human
Resources: Level II



MGMT 317 Organizational
Behavior
AND
MGMT Electives Upper Level

3


6

473 Management of Human
Resources: Level III


MGMT 317 Organizational
Behavior
AND
MGMT Electives Upper Level
3


9
474 Commonalities in Nursing Care
(Area II)
Open Electives

4

475 Differences in Nursing Care
(Area I)
Open Electives

4

476 Accounting: Level III (Area II)


Accounting Electives Upper
Level
4

477 Health Restoration II

Open Electives Upper Level

4

478 Commonalities In Nursing Care:
(Area B)
Open Electives

5

479 Differences In Nursing Care:
(Area A)
Open Electives

4-5 Based on
grade report
480 Cost Accounting and Analysis
Accounting Electives Upper
Level

3
481 Federal Income Taxation
Management Elective Upper
Level
3
482 Personnel Management
MGMT 314 Human Resource
Mgt.
3
483 Principles of Marketing Open Elective 3
484 Ethics: Theory and Practice
HUMN 330 Values and Ethics
(Does not fulfill a
Communication, Theory, and
Skills requirement)
3
485 Psychology of Adulthood &
Aging
Psychology Elective Upper
Level
3

486 Human Resource Management
(multiple choice)
MGMT 314 Human Resource
Mgt.

3


487 World Population
Social Science Elective Upper
Level
3
500 Earth Science Physical Science Electives 6

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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501 History of American Education History Elective Upper Level 3
503 Psychiatric/Mental Health
Nursing


Open Electives Upper Level



6-8 Based
upon grade
report

504 Shakespeare

Humanities Elective Upper
Level
3

506 Anatomy and Physiology


Physical Science Electives

6

509 Religions of the World
Humanities Elective Upper
Level
3
510 International Conflicts of 20
th

Century
History Elective Upper Level

3

511 The War in Vietnam (1945-75)
A Global Perspective
History Elective Upper Level

3

521 Finance: Level I

Management Electives 9
522 Finance: Level II



MGMT 332 Corporate Finance I
AND
Management Electives Upper
Level
3

6

523 Finance: Level III



MGMT 332 Corporate Finance I
AND
Management Electives Upper
Level
3

9

524 Operations Management: Level I

Open Electives 9
525 Operations Management: Level
II

Management Electives Upper
Level
9

526 Operations Management: Level
III

Management Electives Upper
Level
12

527 Occupational Strategy (Nursing) Open Electives 4
528 Differences in Nursing Care,
Area II
Open Electives

4

529 Accounting: Level III (Area III)

Accounting Electives Upper
Level
4

530 Health Support: (Area I)

Open Electives Upper Level

4

531 Differences in Nursing Care:
(Area B)
Open Electives

4-5 Based on
grade report
532 Occupational Strategies in
Nursing
Open Electives

3-5 Based on
grade report
533 Advanced Accounting Accounting Electives Upper 3

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Level
534 Intermediate Accounting

Accounting Electives Upper
Level
6

535 Labor Relations

Management Elective Upper
Level
3

537 Research in Nursing Open Elective Upper Level 3
538 Labor Relations (multiple choice)

Management Elective Upper
Level
3

540 Health Support A: Health
Promotion and Health Protection

Open Electives Upper Level


4


541 Health Support B: Community
Health Nursing
Open Electives Upper Level

4

552 Educational Psychology

Psychology Elective 3

554 Adult Nursing



Open Electives Upper Level



8-12 Based
on grade
report

555 Reading Instruction in the
Elementary School
Open Electives

6

557 College Composition

ENGL 122 English Comp and
Literature
3
558 Microbiology Physical Science Elective 3
559 Maternity Nursing Open Elective 3
560 The New Role of Reason:
Philosophy & Society in 17
th
Century
Humanities Elective Upper
Level

3

571 Marketing: Level I Open Elective 3
572 Marketing: Level II



MGMT 311 Marketing
AND
Management Electives Upper
Level
3

6

573 Marketing: Level III

.

MGMT 311 Marketing
AND
Management Electives Upper
Level
3

9

574 Business Environment &
Strategy

Management Electives Upper
Level
6


575 Nursing Health Care Open Electives 4
576 Differences in Nursing Care:
(Area III)

Open Electives


4



Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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577 Health Support: (Area II)

Open Electives Upper Level

4

578 Differences in Nursing Care:
(Area C)

Open Electives


5-6
Based on
grade report
579 Business Policy & Strategy


Management Elective Upper
Level
3

580 Auditing MGMT Elective Upper Level 3
581 Corporation Finance Open Elective 3
582 Production/Operations
Management
Open Elective

3

583 Life Span Developmental
Psychology
Psychology Elective

3

584 Pathophysiology

Physical Science Elective
Upper Level
3

600 Values and Responsibility:
The Individual and Society
Humanities Electives Upper
Level
6

601 Structure and Change:
Our Place In the World

Social Science Elective
Upper Level

6


731 Introductory Typewriting Open Elective 3
732 Intermediate Typewriting



Open Electives



3-6
Based upon
grade report



Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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6. Advanced Placement (AP) Exams of the College Entrance Examination
Board Advanced Standing Credit.

Subject Area / Examination


Required
AP
Score
ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Art
History of Art

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

Studio Art 3, 4, 5 Open Elective 3
Biology
Biology (with laboratory)


3, 4, 5


Physical
Science
Elective
3


Calculus
Calculus AB



3, 4, 5



Math Elective
(Fulfills Gen Ed
Math
Requirement)
4



Calculus BC



3, 4, 5



Math Elective
(Fulfills Gen Ed
Math
Requirement)
8



Chemistry
Chemistry (with laboratory)



3, 4, 5



Physical
Science
Elective

4



Computer Science
Computer Science A
(half-year course)





3, 4, 5






CSCI Elective
(Fulfills Gen Ed
Computer
requirement)



4






Computer Science AB





3, 4, 5





CSCI Elective
(Fulfills Gen Ed
Computer
requirement)


8






Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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March, 2005
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
AP
Score
ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Economics
Macroeconomics (half-year course) 3, 4, 5 ECON 211 3
Microeconomics (half-year course) 3, 4, 5 ECON 210
3
English
Language and Composition

3

ENGL 122

3

Language and Composition








4, 5








ENGL 122
AND
HUMN 142 *
(* Does not
fulfill
Communication
Theory and
Skills
requirement.)

3

3






Literature and Composition








3








ENGL 122
AND
HUMN 142 *
(* Does not
fulfill
Communication
Theory and
Skills
requirement.)

3








Literature and Composition








4, 5








ENGL 122
AND
HUMN 142 *
(* Does not
fulfill
Communication
Theory and
Skills
requirement.)
3

3







Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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March, 2005
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
AP
Score
ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Language and Composition
plus Literature and Composition







3, 4, 5
3, 4, 5






ENGL 122
AND
HUMN 142 *
(* Does not
fulfill
Communication
Theory and
Skills
requirement.)
3

3







Environmental Science

Environmental Science
(Half-year course)
3, 4, 5

PHYS 142

3

French
French Language (Level 3)

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

French Literature (Level 3)

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

French Language (Level 3)
Plus French Literature (Level 3)

3, 4, 5
3, 4, 5
Humanities
Elective
6


German
German Language (Level 3)

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

Government and Politics
U.S. Government and Politics
(half-year course)
3, 4, 5


Social Science
Elective

3


Comparative Government and
Politics (half-year)
3, 4, 5

Social Science
Elective
3

History
European History

3, 4, 5

Social Science
Elective
6

United States History

3, 4, 5

Social Science
Elective
6

World History

3, 4, 5

HIST 110 AND
Social Science
Elective
3
3

Latin

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
AP
Score
ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Vergil

3, 4, 5 Humanities
Elective
6

Latin Literature

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

Music
Music Theory

3, 4, 5,

Humanities
Elective
6

Physics
Physics B

3

Physics
Elective
3

Physics B

4, 5

Physics
Elective
6

Physics C (Mechanics)
(Half-year course)




3





Physics
Elective




Note: To
receive
credit,
students
must pass
the course
equivalency
exams.
Physics C (Mechanics)
(Half-year course)
4, 5

Physics
Elective
4

Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism
(Half-year course)




3





Physics
Elective




Note: To
receive
credit,
students
must pass
the course
equivalency
exams.

Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism
(Half-year courses)

4, 5

Physics
Elective
4


Psychology
Psychology (half-year course)

3, 4, 5

PSYC 220 (3)

3

Spanish
Spanish Language

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6

Spanish Literature

3, 4, 5

Humanities
Elective
6


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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March, 2005
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
AP
Score
ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Spanish Language
Plus Spanish Literature
3, 4, 5
3, 4, 5
Humanities
Elective

6

Statistics
Statistics (half-year course)

3, 4, 5


MATH 211
OR
MATH 222 (3)
3





Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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7. International Baccalaureate (IB) Advance Standing Credit

Subject Area / Examination


Required
IB Score

ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Art/Design
Art/Design - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Humanities Elective

3
Art/Design - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Biology
Biology - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Physical Science Elective 3
Biology - Subsidiary/ Standard Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Physical Science Elective 3
Business And Organization
Business Organization - Higher Level 4 Management Elective 3
Business Organization - Higher Level 5, 6, 7 MGMT 201 3
Business Organization -
Subsidiary/Standard
4, 5, 6, 7 Management Elective 3
Chemistry
Chemistry - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Physical Science Elective 4
Chemistry - Subsidiary/Standard Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Physical Science Elective 4
Computer Science
Computer Science - Higher Level 4, Computer Science
Elective (Fulfills Gen Ed
computer requirement)
4
Computer Science - Higher Level 5, 6, 7 Computer Science
Elective (Fulfills Gen Ed
computer requirement)
8
Computer Science - Subsidiary/Standard
Level
4 Computer Science
Elective (Fulfills Gen Ed
computer requirement)
3
Computer Science - Subsidiary/Standard
Level
5, 6, 7 Computer Science
Elective (Fulfills Gen Ed
computer requirement)
4
Economics
Economics - Higher Level 4, 5 ECON 211 3
Economics - Higher Level 6, 7 ECON 210 (3)
AND
ECON 211 (3)
3
Economics - Subsidiary/Standard Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Economics Elective 3
English Language

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
IB Score

ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Language AI, A2 - Higher Level 4 ENGL 122

3
Language A1, A2 - Higher Level 5, 6, 7 ENGL 122
AND
HUMN 142*
(*Does not fulfill a
communication theory and
skills requirement)

3

3
Language A1, A2 -
Subsidiary/Standard Level
No Award
Language B - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Geography
Geography - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Social Science Elective 3
Geography - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
History
World History - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 HIST 110 3
World History - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Language - NonEnglish =Arabic, French, German, J apanese, Korean, Spanish, etc.
Language AI, A2 - Higher Level 4 Humanities Elective 3
Language A1, A2 - Higher Level 5, 6, 7 Humanities Elective 6
Language AI, A2 - Subsidiary/Standard No Award
Level
Language B - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Classical Languages - Latin or Classical Greek
Latin or Classical Greek - Higher Level

Humanities Elective 4, 5, 6, 7

3
Latin or Classical Greek-
Subsidiary/Standard Level
No Award
Mathematics
Advanced Mathematics
Subsidiary/Standard
5, 6, 7 Open Elective 3
Mathematics - Higher Level 5, 6, 7 8 Math Elective (Fulfills a
Gen Ed math requirement)
Mathematical Methods-
Subsidiary/Standard
5, 6, 7 Math Elective (Fulfills a
Gen Ed math requirement)
4
Mathematical Studies
Subsidiary/Standard
5, 6, 7 3 Math Elective (Fulfills a
Gen Ed math requirement)
Music
Music - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Humanities Elective 3
.

Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.
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Subject Area / Examination


Required
IB Score

ERAU Course
Equivalent

Credit


Music - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Philosophy
Philosophy - - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Humanities Elective. 3
Philosophy - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Physics
Physics - Higher Level Physics Elective 6 4, 5, 6, 7
Physics - Subsidiary/Standard Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Physics Elective 6
Psychology
Psychology - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 PSYC 220 3
Psychology - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award
Social Anthropology
Social Anthropology - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Social Science Elective 3
Social Anthropology -
Subsidiary/Standard
No Award
Theatre Arts
Theatre Arts - Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 Humanities Elective
.
3
Theatre Arts - Subsidiary/Standard Level No Award


Elective credit is awarded at lower level unless otherwise annotated.