Transfer Equivalencies for General Education Requirements

Monouth University Requirement Transfer Equivalencies
1. First Year Seminar – Three Credits (FY-101) Waived for transfer students with a minimum of eighteen transfer credits.
2. Reading & Writing – Six credits (EN-101 and EN-102) Any two three-credit English composition courses with similar content. Remedial English courses are not accepted.
3. Mathematics – Three credits (“MA,” except MA-050 or MA-101) Three credits from subject MA excluding MA-050 and MA-101.
4. Natural Sciences – Six credits (Course type “NS”) Any two natural science courses (minimum six credits) in biology, chemistry, geology, physics, or science.
5. Literature – Three credits (Course type “LIT”) Any three-credit, 200-level or above literature survey course.
6. Aesthetics & Creativity – Three Credits (Course type “AT”) Any three-credit course in art, dance, music, or theatre.
7. Technological Literacy – Three Credits (Course type “TL”) Any three-credit course designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to effectively and responsibly use Information Technology.
8. Reasoned Oral Discourse – Three Credits (Course type “RD”) Any three-credit course emphasizing both public speaking (or oral presentation) and critical analysis of disciplinary material.
9. Historical Perspective – Three Credits (Course type “HS.SV”) Any three-credit history survey course that is not a U.S. History course.
10. Social Sciences – Three Credits (Course type “SS.SV”) 10. Three credits in any of the following: anthropology, economics, geography, political science, sociology, psychology, or Gender Studies 225.
11. Historical Perspective or Social Sciences – Three Credits (Course type “HS.SV or “SS.SV”) Any three-credit history survey course OR three credits in social sciences as listed above.
12. Interdisciplinary Studies – Three Credits (Course type “ISP”) A three-credit senior-level course that involves an interdisciplinary approach to evaluate ethical and social issues.
13. Cultural Diversity – Three credits* (Course type “CD”) Any three-credit course that deals primarily with issues of gender, race, ethnicity, or socio-economic status.
14. Global Understanding – Three credits* (Course type “GU”) Any three-credit course that deals primarily with cultures and societies outside of the United States.
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14. Foreign Language – Six credits Two three-credit courses from the same foreign language.
15. Experiential Education – Zero credits (Course type “EX”) To be determined on an individual basis.
16. Writing Intensive – Zero credits (two courses from within the Major designated with course type “WT”) Writing Intensive courses must be completed at Monmouth University. Extraordinary cases will be heard and determined by the Writing Committee.