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Alternative Credit Options: Straighterline

Straighterline

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

Cost: starting at $59 a course and $99 per month subscription

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

Straighterline Course Name Equivalent Walden Course Number of Quarter Credits
BUSINESS

ACC 101: Accounting I

ACCT 1003: Introduction to Accounting I OR

ACCT 1004S: Fundamentals of Accounting

5

ACC 102: Accounting II

ACCT 2003: Introduction to Accounting II OR

ACCT 2004S: Financial Accounting

5

ACC 150: Managerial Accounting

ACCT 2002: Managerial Accounting: Introduction to Financial Planning and Analysis 5
BUS 101: Introduction to Business

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
BUS 105: Business Communication

COMM 3005: Business Communication OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

5

BUS 110: Business Law

BUSI 2001: Business Law  5
BUS 201: Principles of Management

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management 

5
ECON 101: Macroeconomics

Social and Behavioral Science General Education (SBTR) 

5
ECON 102: Microeconomics

ECON 1002: Microeconomics

5
ENGLISH and COMMUNICATION

ENG 101: English Composition I

ENGL 1001: English Composition OR

ENGL 1010: Writing with Confidence and Purpose OR

Communications General Education (COTR) OR

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

5
ENG 102: English Composition II

ENGL 2002: Professional Writing for Successful Communication OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
COM 101: Introduction to Communication

COMM 1008: Interpersonal Communication for Personal and Professional Success (previously COMM 1004: Interpersonal Communication) OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
BUS 105: Business Communication

COMM 3005: Business Communication OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

5
ARTS and HUMANITIES
REL 101: Introduction to Religion

RELG 2001C: World Religions OR

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 1001: Introduction to Philosophy OR

Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR)

5
SPAN 101: Spanish I Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) 5
SPAN 102: Spanish II Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) 5
MATH and SCIENCE
MAT 101: College Algebra

MATH 1030: College Math OR

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
MAT 201: Precalculus

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
MAT 150: Business Statistics

STAT 2001: Statistics OR

STAT 2002: Business Statistics OR

STAT 3001: Statistical Methods and Applications*

5
MAT 202: Introduction to Statistics

STAT 2001: Statistics OR

STAT 2002: Business Statistics OR

STAT 3001: Statistical Methods and Applications*

5
MAT 250: General Calculus I

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
MAT 251: General Calculus II

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 101: Introduction to Biology (no lab)

BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 101: Introduction to Biology and BIO 101L: Introduction to Biology Lab

BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 201: Anatomy & Physiology I (no lab)

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology* OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 201: Anatomy & Physiology I and BIO 201L: Anatomy & Physiology I Lab

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology* OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 202: Anatomy & Physiology II (no lab)

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology* OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 202: Anatomy & Physiology II and BIO 202L: Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

BIOL 3020: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology* OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
BIO 250: Microbiology (no lab)

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) OR

BIOL 2888: Microbiology (for nursing microbiology requirement only)

5
BIO 250: Microbiology and BIO 250L: Microbiology Lab

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) OR

BIOL 2888: Microbiology (for nursing microbiology requirement only)

5
CHEM 101: General Chemistry I (no lab)

CHEM 1001: Introduction to Chemistry OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
CHEM 101: General Chemistry I and CHEM 101L: General Chemistry I Lab

CHEM 1001: Introduction to Chemistry OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
NUTRI 101: Introduction to Nutrition

BIOL 2320: Nutritional Science OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
PHARM 103: Pharmacology Lower Level General Elective only 4.5
PHY 250: General Physics I Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) 5
PHY 251: General Physics II Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) 5
ENV 101: Introduction to Environmental Science

NASC 1001: Environmental Science OR

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

5
IT 101: Information Technology Fundamentals

ITEC 1010: IT Infrastructure OR

ITEC 1005: The Profession and Practice of Information Technology

5
SOCIAL SCIENCE
BUS 101: Introduction to Business Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
ECON 101: Macroeconomics Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
ANTH 101: Cultural Anthropology Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 5
CIV 101: Western Civilization I

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) 

5
CIV 102: Western Civilization II

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
CIV 103: Survey of World History

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
USHIST I: United States History I

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

5
USHIST II: United States History II

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

5
POLS 101: American Government

POLI 1001: American Government and Politics OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology

PSYC 1001: Introduction to Psychology OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 1001: Introduction to Sociology OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

5
CJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice 

CRJS 1001: Contemporary Criminal Justice Systems OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

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 (example BIO 201 and 201L cannot count for both Science lab and no lab credit)