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Transfer Credit & Advanced Placement



How Transfer Credit Appears on the Transcript

Transfer credit submitted to and approved by Drew University will be entered onto the student record, with a letter grade preceded by a T, to reflect the coursework taken elsewhere (e.g. ‘TA’).

If the transfer credit is submitted without a final transcript a grade of ‘TN’ will display noting that the transfer class was approved, but a final grade (transcript) was never received. Transfer classes with a grade of ‘TN’ will not count towards the degree. Students that have transfer credit with a grade of ‘TN,’ viewable in Ladder or via TreeHouse Unofficial Transcript, should request a final transcript from the transfer institution to be sent to Drew University’s Office of the Registrar. If a student does not plan to use the transfer course, they should contact the Office of the Registrar to have it removed from their record.



How to Submit Final Transcripts or Copies of Test Scores/Certificates

Transcripts for credits taken at another institution should be submitted directly from the institution to Drew University.

  • Paper Transcripts: please request a transcript from the school and have it sent to:

Office of the Registrar
Drew University
36 Madison Ave.
Madison, NJ 07940

  • Electronic Transcripts: please send to Transcripts@drew.edu (or Regist@drew.edu)

Test Scores/Certificates If a student has not submitted test scores or a certificate during the time of admission, they may submit their documents via this form: Transfer Credit Document Submission

  • AP – submit the official AP score report to the Registrar’s Office via the above form link.
  • IB – submit a PDF copy of their official scores from the IB portal to the Registrar’s Office via the above form link.
  • A-Level –  submit the official A-Level score report to the Registrar’s Office via the above form link.
  • Seal of Biliteracy – submit an electronic copy of the award to the Registrar’s Office via the above form link.
  • Language Placement Tests – TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, OPI, WPT, STAMP, ACTEL, AAPPI, ALIRA, ASLPI, SLPI, etc.
Prospective Undergraduate (CLA) Students

How to Transfer Credit for Prospective/Newly Admitted Students

All transfer credit taken prior to enrollment at Drew University should be submitted to the Office of Admissions during the application process in order to be considered, student may also submit transcripts to the Office of the Registrar after being admitted. Transfer credit must be received by the university in the form of a sealed, official (or secure electronic) transcript or score report.

All transfer work will be evaluated by the transfer coordinator, department, and Dean’s Office upon acceptance. Eligible transfer work will be entered onto the student record after enrollment, visible in TreeHouse by clicking the “Ladder Degree Audit” link under the “Student” tab.

  • Transfer students should contact the Transfer Student Service Coordinator with any questions (973-408-3403).
  • First-Year students with transferable credit should contact fyadvising@drew.edu with any questions.

This page does not represent an exhaustive list of transfer credit policies and restrictions. Please refer to the Transfer Credit Policy section of the most recent CLA catalog for more information.

Transfer Credit Eligibility

In order to transfer credits into an undergraduate program at Drew University, transfer coursework must follow these basic criteria:

  • The course must be listed on an official transcript from an institution, in which the credit was originally taken, that has been accredited by a body duly recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or be officially recognized by the appropriate government agency/ministry of education for foreign institutions.
  • Transcripts from institutions outside of the U.S. must be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) as stated in the transfer credit policy in the Catalog. Students must initiate the review by WES and pay the WES evaluation fee. 
    • NOTE: Students who study abroad through the Global Education Office or an established study abroad partner may be exempt from this requirement.
  • The course must be a course that would or could be offered at a liberal arts college.
  • A grade of C- or better must have been earned in the course. Pass/fail courses are not eligible for transfer.
  • The course must have been taken within the past 10 years. Courses that were taken more than 10 years prior to the request for transfer credit will require departmental approval for transfer.
  • Transfer students may transfer up to 80 credits to Drew.
  • First-Year students may transfer up to 32 credits to Drew.
Current Undergraduate (CLA) Students

Current undergraduate students who wish to take credit at another accredited institution with the intention to transfer credits to Drew must complete a Request to Transfer Credit form before attending.
IMPORTANT:  The process for securing approval to transfer credit often takes 4-5 weeks or longer, so please submit your Request to Transfer Credit form well in advance of the host institution’s registration window.  Note that you may be required to submit a course syllabus along with your request form (see first bullet below).

Students approved to attend a Fall or Spring longTREC must complete a LongTREC Course Pre-Approval form.

  • Students taking credits at institutions that are not a part of New Jersey Transfer will be required to submit a course syllabus for each transfer course as part of their Request to Transfer Credit form.  Course syllabi may be requested of the host institution’s Registrar’s Office or relevant academic department.
  • Students must submit an official transcript reflecting the final grade to Drew University Office of the Registrar within 4 weeks of completion.
    • IMPORTANT: Transfer credit taken in a student’s final term must be complete and graded with a final transcript received prior to the conferral date. If the term at the transfer institution ends after Drew’s conferral date, the student will be administratively moved to the next conferral date.

If a student has failed to report credit taken prior to attending Drew University at the time of admissions and wishes to have it reviewed for transfer, they should also fill out the Request to Transfer Credit and ensure a copy of the final transcript has been sent to the Office of the Registrar.

This page does not represent an exhaustive list of transfer credit policies and restrictions. Please refer to the Transfer Credit Policy section of the most recent CLA catalog for more information.

Transfer Credit Eligibility

Students may earn a maximum of 80 transfer credits in total. In order to transfer credits into an undergraduate program at Drew University, transfer coursework must follow these basic criteria:

  • The course must be listed on an official transcript from an institution, in which the credit was originally taken, that has been accredited by a body duly recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or be officially recognized by the appropriate government agency/ministry of education for foreign institutions.
  • Transcripts from institutions outside of the U.S. must be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) as stated in the transfer credit policy in the Catalog. Students must initiate the review by WES and pay the WES evaluation fee. 
    • NOTE: Students who study abroad through the Global Education Office or an established study abroad partner may be exempt from this requirement.
  • The course must be a course that would or could be offered at a liberal arts college.
  • A grade of C- or better must have been earned in the course. Pass/fail courses are not eligible for transfer.
  • The course must have been taken within the past 10 years. Courses that were taken more than 10 years prior to the request for transfer credit will require departmental approval for transfer.
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies Students
In some graduate programs, transfer credits are allowed within certain parameters. Please refer to this chart for specific transfer credit policies for individual graduate programs.

All previous academic credit presented for transfer must meet the following criteria:

  • The credit is from an accredited graduate school in the United States and Canada.
  • The grade is no lower than a B+ for MAT credit, a B for all other Masters credit, and an A- for doctoral credit, graded on a conventional grading scale. “Pass” grades are not considered for transfer.
  • The course was completed within 10 years prior to matriculation at Drew for all degrees except MAT and MEd which only accept a 5 year gap.

Transfer credit must be approved by the Graduate Academic Standing Committee (GASC). The committee meets on a bi-monthly basis during the fall and spring semesters. In order to apply previous eligible coursework to a program at Drew, students may petition the Graduate Academic Standing Committee via the Caspersen School Petition to Faculty Form

In order to apply approved credit, the Registrar’s office must be in receipt of an official transcript from the transfer institution.

Theological School Students
In some Theological school programs, transfer credits are allowed within certain parameters. Please refer to this page for specific transfer credit policies for individual programs.

Transfer credit must be approved by the Graduate Academic Standing Committee (GASC). The committee meets on a bi-monthly basis during the fall and spring semesters. In order to apply previous eligible coursework to a program at Drew, students may petition the Graduate Academic Standing Committee

Transfer Credit at Admission

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission and have completed courses at another theological school accredited by the A.T.S. (Association of Theological Schools) may be considered for transfer admission. Applicants who wish to be considered for transfer credits should notify the Graduate Admissions Office during the application process. A written transfer assessment will be produced for the applicant. All transferable elective credit can be applied to the student’s permanent record after successful completion of 10 credit hours at Drew Theological School. At such time, the student must request the transfer using a petition to the Graduate Academic Standing Committee.

In order to apply approved credit, the Registrar’s office must be in receipt of an official transcript from the transfer institution.

UG Advanced Placement (AP) Equivalencies

All official score reports for secondary school coursework should be submitted to the Admissions Office during the application process in order to be considered. You may refer to the below equivalency grids for these test scores. Students may earn up to 32 Drew course credits for Advanced Placement (AP).  Please see the Academic Policies page in the catalog for Drew’s policy on Advanced Placement credit.

Department AP Score Credits Course Credited General Education Requirement Fulfilled
African American Studies 4 or 5 4 AFRC 101 [BINT] [PPD]
Art (Studio) 4 or 5 0 or 4* ART 189 [BART] Consult with department as credited course can change.
Art History 4 or 5 4 ARTH 101 or ARTH 102 [BART] [BHUM]
Biology 4 or 5 4 BIOL 189 [BNS]
Calculus AB 4 or 5 4 MATH 150* [QUAN]*Students who take both calculus exams (AB and BC) will only receive credit for MATH 150 once. 
Calculus BC 3 4 MATH 150* [QUAN]
Calculus BC  4 or 5 8 MATH 150*
and
MATH 151
[2 QUAN] Consult with the department for the appropriate course placement.
Precalculus 4 or 5 4 MATH 100
Chemistry 4 4 CHEM 189 [BNS]
Chemistry 5 8 CHEM 150/160 [BNS] [QUAN]*Effective Fall 2022
Chinese Language & Culture 4 or 5 4 CHIN 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
Computer Science (A or AB) 4 or 5 4 CSCI 151 [QUAN]
Computer Science Principles 4 or 5 4 CSCI 189
Economics, Microeconomics 4 or 5 4 ECON 101 [BSS]
Economics, Macroeconomics 4 or 5 4 ECON 102 [BSS]
English (Language & Composition) 4 or 5 4 ENGH 189 [WRIT]
English (Literature & Composition) 4 or 5 4 ENGH 189
Environmental Science 4 or 5 4 ENV 150 [BNS] [BINT]
French 4 or 5 4 FREN 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
German 4 or 5 4 GERM 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
Government & Politics (US) 4 or 5 4 PSCI 103 [BSS]
Government & Politics (Comparative) 4 or 5 4 PSCI 102 [BSS]
History (US) 4 or 5 4 HIST 101
or
HIST 102
[BHUM] [DVUS]
History (Europe) 4 or 5 4 HIST 104
or
HIST 105
[BHUM][DVIT] (effective FA20)
History (World) 4 or 5 4 HIST 189 [BHUM] Not eligible to fulfill World History requirement in the History major. 
Human Geography 4 or 5 4 ANTH 189
Italian Language & Culture 4 or 5 4 ITAL 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
Japanese Language & Culture 4 or 5 4 TR 189 Language requirement [FLAN]
Latin (Vergil or Literature) 4 or 5 4 LAT 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
Music
(students do not received additional credit for aural or nonaural subscores)
4 or 5 4  MUS 189  [BART] Students seeking exemption from MUS 102, or MUS 102 and MUS 227/L, must take a placement exam offered by the Music Department
Physics (B, C: Mechanics, or C: Electricity and Magnetism) 4 or 5 4 PHYS 189  [BNS] [QUAN]
Physics (1 or 2, Algebra-based) 4 or 5 4 PHYS 111 or PHYS 112 [BNS] [QUAN]
Psychology 4 or 5 4 PSYC 101 [BSS]
Research 4 or 5 4 TR 189
Seminar 4 or 5 4 TR 189
Spanish (Language or Literature) 4 or 5 4 SPAN 201 Language requirement [FLAN]
Statistics 4 or 5 4 STAT 207 [QUAN]Formerly (MATH 117)
UG International Baccalaureate (IB) Equivalencies

Students with an IB Diploma have the potential to enter Drew with sophomore standing (a maximum of 32 credits will be awarded).

Students should request the IB Transcript/Diploma to be sent to Drew University at the time of the exam session. A candidate’s first six requests will be sent without charge if submitted before the release of results for that exam session. Instructions on how to request are found here: Requesting transcripts and certificates

Higher Level IB courses (HL) – Students with a score of 5 or above will be awarded 8 Drew credits up to a maximum of 32 credits.

Standard Level IB courses (SL) – Students with a score of 5 or above will be awarded 4 Drew credits up to a maximum of 32 credits.

Please see the Academic Policies page in the catalog for Drew’s policy on credit for IB courses and the IB Diploma.

IB Course Title HL / SL Drew Equivalency Action Required of the Student
Arabic Language B SL A score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Arabic 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
Arabic Language B HL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Arabic 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement. It also grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in the language. The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Art History SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ARTH 101 or ARTH 102. Student must contact the registrar or their adviser if they prefer to have credit for ARTH 102, otherwise credit for ARTH 101 will be granted.
Biology SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive four 100-level elective credits toward the major or minor with the gen ed attribute BNS. Students may take the tests for exemption from BIOL 150 and/or 160. Student must take the placement test to determine course exemptions.
Biology HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for BIOL 150 and 160.
Business and Management SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive four 100-level elective credits toward the major or minor. Student must contact the department chair to have the credits applied to the major or minor.
Business and Management HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive four 100-level elective credits toward the major or minor plus four Drew elective credits. Student must contact the department chair to have the credits applied to the major or minor.
Chemistry SL For a score of 5 or higher, students will receive four elective credits. Students who scored 6 or higher and who wish to receive credit for CHEM 150 and/or CHEM 160 should consult with the department chair. Students who wish to receive credit for CHEM 150 and/or CHEM 160 should consult the department chair.
Chemistry HL For a score of 5 or higher, students will receive eight elective credits. Students who scored 6 or higher and who wish to receive credit for CHEM 150 and/or CHEM 160 should consult with the department. Students who wish to receive credit for CHEM 150 and/or CHEM 160 should consult the department chair.
Chinese Language B SL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Chinese 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
Chinese Language B HL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Chinese 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement. It also grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in the language. The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Classic Languages (Greek, Latin) SL Score of 5 or better completes Drew’s language requirement and grants the student 4 credits in the language.
Classic Languages (Greek, Latin) HL Score of 5 or better completes Drew’s language requirement and grants the student 8 credits in the language.
Computer Science SL For a score of 5 or higher, students will receive four elective credits. Student must contact the department chair to determine if the course equivalency can be applied to the major or minor.
Computer Science HL For a score of 5 or higher, students will receive eight elective credits. Student must contact the department chair to determine if the course equivalencies can be applied to the major or minor.
Dance SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive four credit for either Dance 101/201 or four credits for Dance 101/plus two elective credits toward the major.  Course equivalency determination depends on the focus of the IB course and will be made in consultation with the department chair. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies.
Dance HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for Dance 101/201 plus four elective credits towards the minor.
Economics SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ECON 101 or 102. Student must contact their adviser if they prefer to have credit for ECON 102, otherwise credit for ECON 101 will be granted.
Economics HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ECON 101 and ECON 102.
English Language A: Language and Literature SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGL 150.
English Language A: Language and Literature HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGL 150 which counts as one Writing Intensive course toward the general education writing requirement.  Student will also receive four elective credits for a total of eight credits.
English Language A: Literature SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGL 150.
English Language A: Literature HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGL 150 which counts as one Writing Intensive course toward the general education writing requirement.  Student will also receive four elective credits for a total of eight credits.
Environmental Systems and Societies SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ESS 215.
Film SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGH 120.
Film HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ENGH 120 plus four elective credit.
French Language & Literature A or French Language B SL Score of 5 or better in either Language & Literature A or Language B is the equivalent of FREN 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
French Language & Literature A or French Language B HL Score of 5 or better in either Language & Literature A or Language B grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in French. The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
French Language ab initio (foreign language for beginners) SL The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
German Language ab initio (foreign language for beginners) SL The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
German Language B SL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of German 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
German Language B (foreign language for experienced students) HL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of German 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement. It also grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in the language. The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Global Politics SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for PSCI 104.
History SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive four credit for HIST 101, which fulfills the American History Survey requirement for the major, or HIST 189 which can be applied to the Global History requirement for the major. Student must contact the department chair to have the course equivalency applied to the major or minor.
History HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive eight history elective credits (HIST 189). Student must contact the department chair to have the course equivalency applied to the major or minor.
Italian Language & Literature A or Italian Language B SL Score of 5 or better in either Language & Literature A or Language B is the equivalent of ITAL 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
Italian Language & Literature A or Italian Language B HL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Italian 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement. It also grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in the language. The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Italian Language ab initio SL The student should take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Literature and Performance SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for THEA 101 which counts as one Writing Intensive course toward the general education writing requirement.
Mathematics Analysis and Approaches SL For a score of 5 or higher a student receives four elective MATH credits.
Mathematics Analysis and Approaches HL For a score of 5 a student will receive credit for MATH 150 (4 credits)
For a score of 6 or higher a student will receive credit for MATH 150 AND MATH 151 (8 credits)
Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL For a score of 5 or higher a student receives four elective STAT credits.
Mathematics Applications and Interpretation HL For a score of 5 a student will receive credit for STAT 207 (4 credits)
For a score of 6 or higher a student will receive credit for MATH 150 AND STAT 207 (8 credits)
Music SL & HL Students who score 5 or higher on the Music HL or the Music SL course, and elected 75 hours in solo performance in their IB curriculum, will receive credit for one semester of individual music instruction at the 100-level (Music 109-116, depending on the voice/instrument). HL students (and SL students who elected 75 hours in creation in their IB course) will receive credit for Music 260; HL/SL students who place out of Music 102 based on the Music Department’s placement test will have the course equivalency of Music 102, and will enroll directly in Music 227: Music Theory I. HL/SL students who place out of Music 102 and Music 227/227L, based on the Music Department’s placement test, will have the course equivalencies of Music 102 and Music 227/227L. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies.
Music SL Students who elected 75 hours in group performance as part of their IB course will be granted two elective credits toward the major/minor.  This will fulfil one of the required semesters of enrollment in a departmental ensemble. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies.
Philosophy SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive 4 credits. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies in the major or minor.
Philosophy HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive 8 credits. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies in the major or minor.
Physics SL For a score of 5 or higher, students will receive four elective credits. Student must contact the department chair to determine if the course equivalency can be applied to the major or minor.
Physics HL For a score of 5 or higher a student receives credit for Introductory Physics I (PHYS 111) and General Physics Laboratory I (PHYS 113), as well as four elective credits.
Physics HL combined with Mathematics HL For a score of 5 or higher on both the Physics HL AND the Mathematics HL a student may seek exemption from University Physics I (PHYS 150) by taking an exam offered by the Physics department. Otherwise, the policy remains as stated for Physics HL and Mathematics HL individually. Student must take the placement test to determine course exemptions.
Psychology SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for PSYC 101.
Psychology HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for PSYC 101 plus four Drew elective credit.
Russian Language B SL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Russian 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
Russian Language B HL Score of 5 or better is the equivalent of Russian 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement. It also grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in the language. The student should take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Social and Cultural Anthropology SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ANTH 104.
Social and Cultural Anthropology HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for ANTH 104 and four additional ANTH elective credits applied toward the major or minor. Student must contact the department chair to have the course equivalency applied to the major or minor.
Spanish Language & Literature A or Spanish Language B SL Score of 5 or better in either Language A (Spanish) or Language B (Spanish) is the equivalent of SPAN 201 and completes Drew’s language requirement.
Spanish Language & Literature A or Spanish Language B HL Score of 5 or better in either Language & Literature A or Language B grants the student eight credits towards the completion of a minor or major in Spanish. The student should take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Spanish Language ab initio SL The student should still take the Drew Placement Test to determine appropriate courses for completion of the minor or major.
Theatre SL For a score of 5 or above students will receive either four elective credits towards the major or minor or credit for one of the following courses: THEA 101 (Art of the Play) or THEA 135 (Intro to Acting and Directing).  Course equivalency determination depends on the focus of the IB course and will be made in consultation with the department chair. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies.
Theatre HL For a score of 5 or above students will receive 8 credits towards the major or minor for either THEA 101 (Art of the Play) or THEA 135 (Intro to Acting and Directing) plus four elective credits.  Course equivalency determination depends on the focus of the IB course and will be made in consultation with the department chair. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies.
Visual Arts SL For a score of 5 or above students will receive credit for ART 104.
Visual Arts HL For a score of 5 or above students will receive credit for ART 104/2D Design and may receive credit for an additional 100-level course in the medium in which the student concentrated. This additional course equivalency will be determined by department review of the IB portfolio and awarded if the student is prepared to work at the 200-level in a medium offered by Drew. Student should contact department chair to request a portfolio review. Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies and request a portfolio review.
World Religions SL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for REL 101.
World Religions HL For a score of 5 or higher a student will receive credit for REL 101 plus four elective credits toward the major. Student must contact the department chair to have the course equivalency applied to the major.  The elective credits will not be applied to the minor.
UG A-Level Equivalencies

All official score reports for secondary school coursework should be submitted to the Admissions Office during the application process in order to be considered. Students who earned a grade of A*, A, or B on a British Advanced Level (A-Level) exam will be granted 4 Drew credits, up to a maximum of 32 credits. Students who earned a grade of a C on a British Advanced Level exam in 2010 or before will be granted 4 Drew credits, grades of C thereafter will not earn Drew credit. Credit is awarded for successful scores on A-Level examinations only, not on O-Levels (ordinary level) or AS-level (Advanced Subsidiary) examinations. No credit may be granted for English language examinations or the general paper. Drew departments have the discretion to grant up to 8 credits per appropriate A-level score in cases where the content coverage of the A-level exam so warrants.

A Level Subject A Level Unit =Drew Equivalency Action Required for the Student
Accounting
Anthropology
Archaeology
Art and Design (Art, Craft and Design) ART 104 [BART] or 106 [BART] Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies
Art and Design (Graphic Communication) ART 104 [BART]
Art and Design (Textile Design) ART 104 [BART] or 106 [BART] Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies
Art and Design (Three-Dimensional Design) ART 105 [BART]
Art and Design (Photography) ART 130 [BART]
Biology BIO 150 [BNS] or BIO 160 [BNS] NOT BIO 250
Business Subjects BST 111
Chemistry Chemistry 150 [BNS]
Chinese (Mandarin)
Classical Civilization No direct equivalencies Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies
Communication and Culture
Computer Science CSCI 189 Students should contact the Director of the Computer Science program about appropriate course placement.
Creative Writing
Dance DANC 101 [BART] or DANC 322 [BART]
Design and Technology
Drama and Performing Arts THEA 101 [BART] [PPD]
Economics ECON 102 [BSS ]
Electronics
Engineering
English Language ENGH 189
English Literature ENGH 189
Environmental Science
Expressive Arts
French FREN 201 [FLAN]
Geography
German GERM 201 [FLAN]
Government and Politics
Hebrew (Modern)
History
History of Art
Human Biology
Human Health and Physiology not offered at the A Level, only GCSE
Humanities
ICT and Computer Science CSCI 189
Italian ITAL 201 [FLAN]
Law
Mathematics MATH 150 [QUAN] Students with A-level credit in “Further Mathematics” should contact the Chair of the Mathematics department about placement.)
Media Studies
Music Theory MUS 102 [BART]
Music History MUS 103 [BART]
Performing Arts

Depending on what discipline the production work is in, students may receive 1 credit of practical application in 303 (design), 304 (stage management), 305 (acting), 306 (dance), 307 (design for dance), 308 (technical direction/electrician), or 309 (dramaturgy).

AND:

Thea 101 (4 credit) OR THEA 189 (4 credit)

Student must contact the department chair to determine course equivalencies
Philosophy PHIL 101 [BHUM] and PHIL 189
Physics PHYS 111 [BNS] [QUAN] and PHYS 112
Psychology  PSYC 101 [BSS] Score: 2.2
Religious Studies
Sociology SOC 101 [BSS]
Spanish SPAN 201 [FLAN]
Statistics