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Alternative Credit Options: Sophia Learning

Sophia Learning

Visit the Sophia Learning website for more details on this educational provider or to register for a course. Please use the course list here on this Office of Degree Acceleration webpage for the official list of courses that will transfer. 

Cost: $99 per month, or special rates for a 4 or 12 month subscription

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

Sophia Learning Course Name Equivalent Walden Course Number of Quarter Credits
BUSINESS
Accounting (ACCT1001) ACCT 1004S: Fundamentals of Accounting 5
Introduction to Business (BUS1001) Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
Business Law (BusLaw1001)

BUSI 2001: Business Law

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Principles of Management (BUSI1013)

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Principles of Finance (Fin1001) FNCE 3001: Financial Management 5
Project Management (PM1001) Lower Level Elective Only 4.5
Macroeconomics (ECON1001)

ECON 1001: Macroeconomics

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Microeconomics (ECON1002)

ECON 1002: Microeconomics

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
ENGLISH and COMMUNICATION
Conflict Resolution (ConRes1001) Lower Level Elective Only 4.5

English Composition I (ENG1001)

Students who have previously taken Discover the Writer in You should not enroll in this course.

ENGL 1010: Writing with Confidence and Purpose

ENGL 1015S: Composition for College: Principles of Reading and Writing (for Tempo programs only)

5
English Composition II (ENG1002)

ENGL 1010: Writing with Confidence and Purpose

Communications General Education (COTR)

ENGL 1015S: Composition for College: Principles of Reading and Writing (for Tempo programs only)

5

Discover the Writer in You (ENG1010)

Students who have previously taken English Composition I should not enroll in this course.

ENGL 1010: Writing with Confidence and Purpose

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
Visual Communications (VisComm1001) Communications General Education (COTR) 5
Public Speaking (COMM1002)

COMM 2002: Fundamentals of Public Speaking

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
ARTS and HUMANITIES
Approaches to Studying Religion (REL1001)

RELG 2001C: World Religions

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
Art History I (ArtHist1001) Arts and Humanities General Education (AHFT) 5
Art History II (ArtHist1002) Arts and Humanities General Education (AHFT) 5
Ancient Greek Philosophers (PHIL1001) Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) 5
Introduction to Ethics (PHIL1002)

PHIL 2001C: Ethics

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
MATH and SCIENCE
Introduction to College Mathematics (MATH1020) 

MATH 1030: College Math

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
College Algebra (CA1001)

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5

Environmental Science (ENVS1001)

No lab option

NASC 1001S: Environmental Science

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5

Human Biology (HumBio1001)

No lab option

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology*

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5

Introduction to Chemistry (CHEM1001)

No lab option

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) 5
Introduction to Statistics (STAT1001)

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts

STAT 3001: Statistical Methods and Applications*

STAT 2002: Business Statistics

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
Introduction to Information Technology (CS1001) ITEC 1010: IT Infrastructure 5
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Psychology (PSY1010)

PSYC 1001: Introduction to Psychology

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Introduction to Sociology (SOC1010)

SOCI 1001: Introduction to Sociology

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Macroeconomics (ECON1001)

ECON 1001: Macroeconomics

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Microeconomics (ECON1002)

ECON 1002: Microeconomics

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Introduction to Business (BUS1001) Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
Business Law (BUSLAW1001)

BUSI 2001: Business Law

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
Principles of Management (BUSI1013)

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
US History I (HIST1001)

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

5
US History II (HIST1002)

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. 

BSEE program only: Additional Science without lab option must be different than the Science with lab option.