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Courses on the Matrix:
The leftmost columns of the matrix shows a list of course by their Common Numbers and Titles. They are grouped by General Education categories: English Composition; Mathematics; Natural Sciences; Humanities; Fine Arts; and Social/Behavioral Sciences. Each additional column shows the course at a particular institution. Matching courses listed in the rows will be accepted in transfer, as indicated.
Students are encouraged to complete course sequence transferring, whenever a major requires a sequence (e.g., foreign language, lecture & lab, etc.)
When a campus lists a course number on the matrix as ***, it will credit the course in transfer does not offer an equivalent course.
A course entered as - indicates that the campus offers that course at a different credit value than the row indicates, e.g., calculus for 4 - credits rather than 5 - credits. Contact the institution about the transfer, e.g., the option of a departmental exam for full credit when transferring with a lower-credit course.
Courses that do not appear on the matrix may still be accepted for credit. Students are urged to ask the receiving institution about other options.