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Alternative Credit Options: Pearson

Pearson

Visit the Pearson website for more details on this educational provider or to register for a course.

Cost: $330 per course

NOTE: All courses noted below may also count towards lower level elective credits. No upper level elective credits will be awarded for Pearson courses.

For Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSEE) students only: None of the Pearson courses will be worth credits in the BSEE program. 

Pearson Course Name Equivalent Walden Course Number of Credits
BUSINESS
Macroeconomics

ECON 1001: Macroeconomics OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Microeconomics Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
Accounting I ACCT 1004: Fundamentals of Accounting 5
Accounting II ACCT 2004: Financial Accounting 5
Business Law

BUSI 2001: Business Law OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Principles of Management

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
ENGLISH and COMMUNICATION  
English Composition I

ENGL 1010: Writing with Confidence and Purpose OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
English Composition II Communications General Education (COTR) 5
ARTS and HUMANITIES  
Critical Thinking

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
Introduction to Literature Arts and Humanities General Education (AHLT) 5
American History I

HIST 2050C: US History Through the Lens of Social Change 

5
American History II

HIST 2050C: US History Through the Lens of Social Change

5
Ethics

PHIL 2001: Ethics OR

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
MATH and SCIENCE    
Introduction to Biology

BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology* OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
Environmental Science

NASC 1001: Environmental Science OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
College Algebra

MATH 1030: College Math OR

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
Statistics

MATH 1030: College Math OR

STAT 2001: Statistics OR

STAT 2002: Business Statistics OR

STAT 3001: Statistical Methods and Applications* OR

STAT 3401: Statistical Concepts* 

5
SOCIAL SCIENCE  
American Government

POLI 1001: American Government and Politics OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Macroeconomics

ECON 1001: Macroeconomics OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Microeconomics Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
Business Law

BUSI 2001: Business OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Principles of Management

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
American History I

HIST 2050C: US History Through the Lens of Social Change

5
American History II

HIST 2050C: US History Through the Lens of Social Change

5

*If a 3000-level course is awarded in the elective section it will be counted as lower level only.