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Articulated Courses for Transfer Credit

For students transferring from another Utah college or university

Articulation is the process of determining whether a course from one institution is equivalent to a course at another institution. Articulation is based on a comparison of the course content, scope, and objectives.

The equivalent classes listed below are based on "articulation" agreements. If there is a course you would like to apply towards the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Major that is not on this list, you can petition that the course be applied towards the major.

The following courses are approved as transfer credits that apply toward the B.A. and B.S. degrees in Environmental and Sustainability Studies at the University of Utah.

College of Eastern Utah University of Utah
CHEM 1010 Introduction to Chemistry and the Environment CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity and the Environment
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
GEOL 1110/1120 Physical Geology w/ lab GEO 1110/1111 Introduction to Earth Systems w/ lab
Dixie College University of Utah
CHEM 1010 Introduction to Chemistry and the Environment CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity and the Environment
CHEM 1110 Elementary General/Organic Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Organic/Biochemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
Ricks College University of Utah
BS 118 Field Biology BIOL 1330 Plants and Society
BS 151 Principles of Wildlife Management BIOL 2400 Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
CHEM 100 Chemistry in Modern World CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity and the Environment
CHEM 101 Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 112 Principles of Chemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
CHEM 150 Introduction to Organic Biology CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
CHEM 153 Introduction to Organic Chemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
GEOL 111/111L Physical Geology w/ Lab GEO 1110/1111 Introduction to Earth Systems w/ lab
Salt Lake Community College University of Utah
CHEM 1010 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity and the Environment
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
COM 1270 Analysis of Argument COMM 1270 Analysis of Argument
GEOL 1110/1120 Physical Geology w/ Lab GEO 1110/1111 Introduction to Earth Systems w/ lab
Snow College University of Utah
CHEM 1010 Survey of Chemistry CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity and the Environment
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Organic/ Biochemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
GEOL 1110/1111 Physical Geology w/ lab GEO 1110/1111 Introduction to Earth Systems w/ lab
Utah Valley University University of Utah
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
PSY 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences PSY 3000 Statistical Methods in Psychology
PSY 3020 Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences PSY 3010 Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 3500 Social Psychology PSY 3410 Introduction to Social Psychology

Jobs & Careers in the Federal Government:

Thursday, September 28 from 10AM-11AM in BLDG 72, Room 101
Brian Fox from the Department of Interior, US Geological Survey will present information and answer questions regarding federal jobs, especially within the DOI and USGS.
This is a special session to highlight preparing for, finding, and applying for jobs in the federal government.


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Last Updated: 9/25/17