Transfer Course Equivalency Guide

Transfer Course Equivalency Guide

Richland CourseIllinois Articulation InitiativeEastern Illinois University
Accounting (ACCT)
101BUS 903BUS 2101
102BUS 904BUS 2102
201ACC elective
211ACC elective
African American Studies (AF AM)
101HF 906DAFR elective
102AFR elective
103HF 906DAFR elective
104H3 910DAFR elective
105elective
Agriculture (AGRIC)
106AG 902elective
130AG 903elective
210AG 904elective
Anthropology (ANTHR)
110S1 901NANT 2200G
120S1 902ANT 2742
130SI 903ANT 2742
Business (BUS)
100CTE 1420
110elective
120elective
227elective
231+232 = BUS 2750
232+231 = BUS 2750
Computer Science (CS)
105
151MAT 2170
152MAT 2670
161
230elective
251
270MAJ elective
281
Criminal Justice (CRJ)
110CRJ 901elective
114elective
128CRJ 911elective
Drama (DRAMA)
150F1 907THA 2140G
160THA ELECTIVE
170TA 914THA 2244
171THA ELECTIVE
180THA 2211
181THA ELECTIVE
190THA 2005
Education (ED)
100ELE 2000
101elective
102ELE 2000
105EDU 2022
199elective
200ELE 2320
220SPE 2000
Engineering (ENGR)
110EGR 941INT 1043
211EGR 942INT 2953
212EGR 943GEN elective
Fine Arts (DANCE)
110KSS ELECTIVE
120KSS ELECTIVE
130KSS 1940
140KSS ELECTIVE
150
Fine Arts (MUSIC)
100F1 900MUS 2555G
101ELECTIVE
102MUS elective
103MUS 1541 and MUS 1543
104MUS 1542 and MUS 1544
110MUS 0210 or MUS 0211
120MUS 0202
130MUS 0230 or MUS 0231
140MUS ELECTIVE
190F1 904MUS ELECTIVE
192MUS ELECTIVE
201MUS 2203
202MUS 2204
French (FREN)
101FLF 1101
102FLF 1102
201FLF 2201G
202H1 900FLF 2202
Graphic Arts (ART)
100F2 900ART 2330G
101ART 1000
102ART 3000
110ART elective
111ART 1110
112ART 1111
113ART 2000
114ART elective
115ART 2560
116ART 3570
117ART 2050
118ART 3051
119ART 2100
120ART 3111
121ART 2250
122ART elective
123ART 3080
124ART 3080
125INT 3123
126INT 4123
127ART elective
128ART ELECTIVE
131ART 3251
151ART 1363
152ART elective
160elective
210F2 901ART 2601
220F2 902ART 2602
230F2 902ART elective
240ART 3940
251INT 3343
252ART elective
Horticulture (HORT)
100AG 905elective
Humanities (ENGL)
101C1 900ENG 1001G
102C1 901RENG 1002G
110ENG elective
114NO
115H3 900ENG elective
124H3 901ENG elective
126H3 903ENG elective
128H3 902ENG elective
140F2 908HUM elective
150ENG elective
160H3 911DENG elective
201HE 914ENG elective
202H3 915ENG elective
220ENGL 2003
222ENG elective
231H3 906ENGL 2601
232H3 907ENGL 2602
240elective
241elective
251H3 912ENG elective
252H3 913ENG elective
Humanities (HUMAN)
100HF 900HUM elective
104HF 904Nelective
201HHF 900FAR elective
Humanities (PHIL)
100H4 906PHI 1900G
106elective
110H4 900PHI 1000G
120H4 904PHI 2500G
200PHI 1900G
210H5 904NPHI 3110G
215H4 903NPHI 2010
220PHI elective
230H4 905PHI 1000G
Information Technology (CIS)
110BUS 902BUS 1950
Information Technology (IT)
105+251 = CIS elective
Journalism (JOURN)
101JOU 2101
102JOU elective
110MC 911JOU 2001G
Languages (CHIN)
101FLC 1101
102FLC 1102
201FOR ELEC
202HI 900FOR ELEC
Languages (GERM)
101FLG 1101
102FLG 1102
201FLG 2201G
202H1 900FLG 2202G
Languages (SPAN)
101FLS 1101
102FLS 1102
201FLS 2201G
202H1 900FLS 2202
Mathematics (MATH)
110M1 904MAT 1160G
111MAT 1420
112M1 903MAT 2420G
113M1 902MAT 2250G
116MAT 1400
117MAT 1330
116+117DNA
121M1 900-1,MTH 901MAT 1441G
122M1 900-2, MTH 902MAT 2442
160M1 906MAT 2120G
170M1 902, BUS 901BUS 2810 or MAT 2250
171M1 902, BUS 901BUS 2810 or MAT 2250
190M1 900-BMAT 2110G
210MAT 2345
221M1 900-3, MTH 903MAT 2443
230MTH 912MAT 3501
240MAT 2550
Nursing (HLTH)
120HST 2000
220FSC 2100
Physical Education (P ED)
100PED 1692
110PED elective
111PED 1720
112PED 1770
113PED elective
114PED elective
115PED 1870
116PED elective
117PED 1740
118PED 1830
119PED elective
120PED 1850
121PED 1660
122PED 1750
140PED elective
145PED 1940
150PED elective
160PED 1400
161PED 1410
163PED 1440
214PED elective
Physical Science (PHY S)
105P9 900LPHY 1055G and PHY 1056
Science (ASTRO)
105PI 906PHY 1055
Science (BIOL)
101L1 900L, BIO 910BIO 1001G or BIO 1100
102BIO 910BIO 1300G
106L1 904BIO 1001G
120L1 901elective
130elective
201BIO 2001G
202BIO elective
201+202BIO 2200 and BIO 2001
210L1 905LBIO 2002G
220BIO 1004G
Science (CHEM)
100P1 902LCHM 1040G
110CHM elective
131P1 902L, CHM 911CHM 1310 and CHM 1315
132CHM 912CHM 1410 and CHM 1415 or CHM 1510
201CHM 2440 and CHM 2445
202CHM 2840 and CHM 2845
Science (EASCI)
210P1 909LESC 1300 or GEL 1300
220P1 907LESC 1300 or GEL 1300G
230P1 905LESC 1400G
Science (PHYS)
100P1 901PHY 1052G
101P1 900LPHY 1151 and PHY 1152
102PHY 1161 and PHY 1162
101+102DNA
151P2 900LPHY 1351 and PHY 1352
152PHY 1361 and PHY 1362
153PHY 1371 and PHY 1372
Social Science (ECON)
225ECN elective
231S3 901ECN 2801
232S3 902ECN 2802
Social Science (HIST)
101S2 900HIS 2010
102S2 901HIS 2020
105HIS elective
111H2 901HIS 2560
112H2 902HIS 3555
201H2 903NHIS elective
202H2 903NHIS elective
270H2 903NHIS elective
Social Science (POL S)
100S5 903PLS elective
110S5 900PLS 1153G
120S5 902PLS 2603
230PLS 2235G
290elective
Social Science (PSYCH)
100PSY elective
110S6 900PSY 1879
130PSY elective
145S6 902SOC SCI elective
150S6 903PSY 3515 or ELE 2320
200ELE 2320 or PSY elective
210S8 900PSY 3870
220PSY ELEC
250elective
260PSY 907PSY 3590
280PSY 905PSY 3780
Social Science (SOCIO)
100SOC elective
105SOC elective
110S7 900SOC 2710
125elective
130CRJ 912SOC 2761
135elective
141SOC 3600
142elective
150S7 901, SOC 911SOC 2750
200S7 902, SOC 912SOC 2830
210SOC 915SOC 2780
225S9 900SOC 2840
Speech (SPCH)
101C2 900CMN 1310G
110CMN elective
120CMN 2040
140CMN elective
210TA 916THA 1113
230THA elective
Student Development (C DEV)
112NO

Please Note

  • In addition to the Associate of Art (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT), Associate in Engineering Science (AES), and Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) courses that transfer to "senior" institutions, many occupational or technical courses are accepted by senior institutions depending on the student's major. More detailed information is available through Counseling and Advisement Services at Richland or by contacting the institution to which you may be interested in transferring.
  • Some courses may list a specific transfer equivalency. However, in some cases, schools may require a competency/proficiency exam or may not count for upper division credit (300 or higher) even it is listed as a direct equivalent because of specific school or departmental requirements.
  • Acceptance of credits for entrance does not assure transfer of credits to the various Colleges or Departments. Check with an Advisor in the department of the institution in which you plan to transfer to assure that courses will meet specific major or departmental requirements.
  • Some courses, such as developmental English or mathematics (numbered below 100) may be used for admission purposes, but may not count in the total number of credits that the College or University awards.

Code Notes

  • MAJ elective - Major Elective: A course that counts for credit toward the requirements of the major in the discipline.
  • NON-MAJ elective - Non-Major Elective: A course that does not count for credit toward the major of that discipline, but as an elective in the discipline.
  • GEN ED elective - General Education Elective: A course that counts toward general education requirements.
  • DNA - Does Not Apply
  • PACE elective - Courses that apply only toward programs that have a PACE Program option (Millikin University only).

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