Transfer

Transfer Honors Program

As part of the Transfer University Honors Program, you’ll become a part of a community of talented and committed students looking to take their higher education to the next level.

Student in the University Honors Program for Transfers get to:

  • Have access to special honors classes
  • Work closely with faculty mentors in research projects
  • Take advantage of study abroad and internship opportunities
  • Prepare to compete for national scholarships and admission to graduate and professional programs

How to Apply for the Honors Program

Advising Contacts

Karen Jackson

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(402) 472-7903

Leslie Gonzalez

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(402) 472-4065

Tony Lazarowicz

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(402) 472-4190

Ashley Wegener

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(402) 472-2310

AnnMarie Gottner

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(402) 472-8643

Lori Straatmann

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(402) 472-3181

Hillary Hotz

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(402) 472-4842

Sara Fedderson

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(402) 472-9349

Michael Goff

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(402) 472-0219

Karen Fulton

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(402) 472-6759

Remove Admission Deficiencies

If you are missing some of the required courses to get admitted to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, don’t fret, there are ways to take care of them before you enroll.

How Credits are Calculated for Transfer

One (1) college semester course must be completed to remove any fraction of 1 unit of deficiency.

For example: 1/2 unit deficiency in 4th year math = 1 college semester of an equivalent course.

How to Meet Core Course Requirements

You can take a course through our University of Nebraska Online HS to remove a deficiency.

Visit University of Nebraska High School's Website

Community Colleges

Here is a list of courses at community colleges that will help you fulfill our requirements for admission.

Nebraska:
Out of State:

If your community college isn’t listed, contact the Office of Admissions for a listing of locations and courses available in your area.

Units Required for Admission

Suggested courses to remove UNL admission deficiencies for students who graduated high school January 1997 or later.

One community college course = one unit (year) of high school work.

Note: Your UNL college will determine whether or not courses used to meet admission requirements can also apply toward your UNL degree requirements.

Admission Deficiencies: Central Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1020 Writing and Research
  • ENGL 2100 Intro to Literature
  • ENGL 2340 American Literature

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • SPAN 1020 Beginning Spanish II
    • some students may need to complete SPAN 1010 to prepare for SPAN 1020
  • SPAN 1010 Beginning Spanish I
  • SPAN 1020 Beginning Spanish II

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MATH 1130 Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry (not available)
  • Algebra II:
    • MATH 1140
    • MATH Intermediate Algebra
  • 4th Year Math course that builds upon Algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra
    • MATH 1410 Precalculus
    • MATH 2020 Applied Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology
  • CHEM 1050 Elements of Chemistry
  • CHEM 1090 General Chemistry I
  • HLTH 1470 Nutrition (no lab)
  • PHYS 1100 Physical Science
  • PHYS 1410 General Physics I
  • BIOS 1060 Environmental Science
  • BIOS 2490 Principles of Microbiology
  • PHYS 1010 Earth Science (no lab)

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANTH 1100 Introduction to Anthropology
  • ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2120 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1400 Cultural Geography
  • HIST 1000 Western Civilization to 1700
  • HIST 1010 Western Civilization after 1700
  • HIST 1700 World Civilizations to 1500
  • HIST 1710 World Civilizations after 1500
  • HIST 2010 American History to 1877
  • HIST 2020 American History after 1877
  • POLS 1000 American Government
  • POLS 1600 International Relations
  • PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology
  • SOCI 2010 Social Problems


Admission Deficiencies: Little Priest Tribal College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1100 Composition I
  • ENGL 1150 Intro to Literature
  • ENGL 1200 Composition II
  • ENGL 2000 Indigenous Literature of the U.S.

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • AMIS 1650 Ho-Chunk Language II
    • some students may need to complete AMIS 1600 to prepare for AMIS 1650
  • IDST 1600 Hocak Language I
  • IDST 1650 Hocak Language II

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I : MATH 1050 Intro. Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MATH 1060 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth Year Math course that builds upon Algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra
    • MATH 1250 Precalculus Algebra
    • MATH 2800 Intro Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1100 Biology for Everyday Life (no lab)
  • BIOS 1500 Biology Concepts
  • CHEM 1200 General Chemistry I 
  • PHYS 1200 Fundamentals of Physics

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECON 2100 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2200 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1030 Intro to Geography
  • GEOG 1100 Cultural Geography
  • HIST 1200 World History
  • HIST 1300 World Civilization I
  • HIST 1350 World Civilization II
  • HIST 1500 U.S. History I
  • HIST 1550 U.S. History II
  • POLS 1100 American Government
  • PSYC 1100 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1100 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 1500 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
  • SOCI 2600 Social Problems


Admission Deficiencies: Metropolitan Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1020 English Composition II
  • ENGL 2450 Intro to Literature

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FREN 1020 Beginning French II
    • some students may need to complete FREN 1010 to prepare for FREN 1020
  • GERM 1020 Beginning German II
    • some students may need to complete GERM 1020 to prepare for GERM 1020
  • JAPN 1020 Beginning Japanese II
    • some students may need to complete JAPN 1010 to prepare for JAPN 1020
  • SPAN 1120 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to complete SPAN 1110 to prepare for SPAN 1120
  • SLIS 1020 American Sign Language II
    • some students may need to complete SLIS 1010 to prepare for SLIS 1020

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I:
    • MATH 0930 + 0931 Beginning Algebra Part I + II
    • OR, MATH 0960 Accelerated Beginning Algebra
  • Algebra II: MATH 1310 Intermediate Algebra
  • Geometry: MATH 1260 Geometry
  • Fourth Year Math course that builds upon Algebra II:
    • MATH 1410 Statistics
    • MATH 1420 College Algebra
    • MATH 1430 Trigonometry

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 Intro to Biology
  • CHEM 1010 College Chemistry
  • CHEM (1120 +1130) Chem for Health Science I & II
  • CHEM (1210 + 1211) General Chemistry Part I + II
  • CHEM 1212 General Chemistry I Accelerated
  • GEOG 1210 Intro to Physical Geology
  • PHYS 110A + 110B + 110C Principles of Physics I A/B/C
  • SCIE 1300 Astronomy (lab is SCIE 1310)

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECON 1000 Macroeconomics
  • ECON 1100 Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1010 Fundamentals of Geography
  • GEOG 1050 Intro to Human Geography
  • GEOG 2150 World Regional Geography
  • HIST 1010 U.S. History to 1877
  • HIST 1020 U.S. History to Present
  • HIST 1110 World Civilization Prehistory to 1500
  • HIST 1120 World Civilization 1500 to Present
  • POLS 2050 American National Government
  • PSYC 1010 Intro to Psychology
  • PSYC 1120 Human Growth and Development
  • SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 2050 Current Social Problems


Admission Deficiencies: Mid-Plains Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010- Expository Writing I
  • ENGL 1020- Expository Writing II
  • ENGL 2060- 20th Century Fiction

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FREN 1020 French II
    • some students may need to complete FREN 1010 to prepare for FREN 1020
  • SPAN 1020 Beginning Spanish
    • some students may need to complete SPAN 1010 to prepare for SPAN 1020

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I : MATH 0900 Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MATH 1010 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth Year Math course that builds upon Algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra
    • MATH 1200 Elements of Statistics
    • MATH 1250 Trigonometry
    • MATH 1350 Applied Calculus

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology
  • BIOS/FACS 1400 Intro to Nutrition (no lab)
  • CHEM 1050 Survey of Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1090 General Chemistry
  • GEOG 1010 Physical Geology (no lab)
  • GEOG 1050 Physical Geography
  • PHYS 1020 Astronomy (no lab)
  • PHYS 1100 Physical Science
  • PHYS 1150 Descriptive Physics
  • PHYS 1410 General Physics I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECON 2110 Principles of Economics Macro
  • ECON 2120 Principles of Economics Micro
  • GEOG 1400 Cultural Geography
  • HIST 1000 Western Civilization I to 1715
  • HIST 1010 Western Civilization II after 1715
  • HIST 1050 World History I
  • HIST 1060 World History II
  • HIST 2010 American History I to 1877
  • HIST 2020 American History II after 1877
  • POLS 1000 American Government and Politics
  • POLS 1600 International Relations
  • PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1530 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 2010 Social Problems
  • SOCI 2250 Marriage and Family Relationships


Admission Deficiencies: Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENG 1903 College Composition
  • ENG 2203 Advanced Composition

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

Contact us for options: transfer@unl.edu

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: (not available*)
  • Algebra II: MTH 1203 Intermediate Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available*)
  • Algebra II: (not available*)
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II:
    • MTH 1503 College Algebra
    • MTH 2203 Elements of Statistics
    • MTH 2253 Trigonometry

*For equivalencies not available, contact us for options: transfer@unl.edu

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • ASI 1011 Intro to Animal Science (no lab)
  • ASI 1024 Fundamentals of Animal Biology (no lab)
  • BIO 1104 General Biology
  • BIO 1313 Plant Science (lab - BIO 1321)
  • CHM 1104 General Chemistry
  • VTS 1404 Anatomy/Physiology (no lab)

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECN 1203 Microeconomics
  • ECN 1303 Macroeconomics
  • HTY 1303 American History After 1877
  • PHL 1103 Critical Thinking


Admission Deficiencies: Northeast Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1020 English Composition II
  • ENGL 2100 Intro to Literature

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FREN 1210 Elementary French II
    • some students may need to complete 1200 to prepare for 1210
  • SPAN 1210 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to complete 1200 to prepare for 1210

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MATH 1045 Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MATH 1140 Intermediate Algebra (4 hours)
  • Fourth year math course that builds upon algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra (3 hours)
    • MATH 1200 (5 hours) Algebra and Trigonometry
    • MATH 2030 Intro to Statistics
    • MATH 2050 Applied Business Calculus

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology
  • CHEM 1140 General Chemistry I
  • GEOG 1010 Principles of Geography (no lab)
  • PHYS 1130 Intro Physics I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2120 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1020 World Regional Geography
  • HIST 1030 European Civilization I
  • HIST 1040 European Civilization II
  • HIST 1050 World History I 
  • HIST 1060 World History II
  • HIST 2010 American History I
  • HIST 2020 American History II
  • POLS 1000 American Government
  • PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 1100 Intro to Family Living
  • SOCI 2150 Issues of Unity and Diversity
  • SOCI 2320 Social Problems


Admission Deficiencies: Nebraska Indian Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENG 217 Indian Literature
  • ENG 101 English Composition I
  • ENG 102 English Composition II
  • ENG 103 Intro to Literature

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • NAS 111 Omaha Language II
    • some students may need to complete NAS 110 to prepare for NAS 111
  • NAS 121 Dakota Language II
    • some students may need to complete NAS 120 to prepare for NAS 121
  • SPN 111 Basic Spanish II
    • some students may need to complete SPN 110 to prepare for SPN 111

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MTH 110 Principles of College Math
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MTH 111 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II: 
    • MTH 112 College Algebra
    • MTH 120 Algebra & Trigonometry
    • MTH 215 Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIO 101 General Biology
  • BIO 103 Intro to Environmental Issues (no lab)
  • BIO 105 General Botany
  • CHM 104 Chemistry for General Education
  • PHY 101 Physical Science
  • PHY 103 Applied Physics (no lab)

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECO 201 Macroeconomics
  • HST 110 World History I
  • HST 111 World History II
  • HST 205 American History I
  • HST 206 American History II
  • PSY 110 General Psychology
  • SOC 110 Intro to Sociology
  • SOC 140 Intro to Cultural Anthropology


Admission Deficiencies: Southeast Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010 Composition I
  • ENGL 1015 Composition/Literature
  • ENGL 1020 Composition II
  • ENGL 2100 Intro to Literature

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to complete SPAN 1010 to prepare for SPAN 1020
    OR
  • GERM 1020 Elementary German II
    • some students may need to complete GERM 1010 to prepare for GERM 1020
    OR
  • SIGN 1020
    • some students may need to complete lower level SIGN courses to prepare for SIGN 1020

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I:
    • MATH 0950 Beginning Algebra
    • OR, MATH 0951 + 0952 + 0953 Beginning Algebra Part 1 + 2 + 3
  • Algebra II:
    • MATH 1100 Intermediate Algebra
    • OR, MATH 1101 + 1102 + 1103 Intermediate Algebra Part 1 + 2 + 3
  • Geometry: MATH 0980 Geometry

  • Fourth year math course that builds upon algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra
    • MATH 1180 Elementary Statistics
    • MATH 1200 Trigonometry
    • MATH 1300 Precalculus
    • MATH 1400 Applied Calculus

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology
  • CHEM 1050 Chemistry and the Citizen
  • CHEM 1090 General Chemistry I
  • FSDT 1350 Basic Nutrition (no lab)
  • GEOG 1500 Physical Geography (no lab)
  • GEOL 1010 Physical Geology
  • GEOL 1060 Environmental Geology  (no lab)
  • PHYS 1030 Astronomy (no lab)
  • PHYS 1110 Physical Science
  • PHYS 1150 Descriptive Physics
  • PHYS 1410 General Physics I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANTH 10120 Intro to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 1120 General Anthropology
  • ECON 2110 Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2120 Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1400 Intro to Human Geography
  • GEOG 1420 World Regional Geography
  • HIST 1000 Western Tradition I
  • HIST 1010 Western Tradition II
  • HIST 2010 American History I
  • HIST 2020 American History II
  • HIST 2100 World History to 1500
  • HIST 2110 World History 1500 to Present
  • POLS 1000 American Government
  • POLS 1600 Introduction to International Relations
  • PSYC 181 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 2010 Social Problems


Admission Deficiencies: Western Nebraska Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 1010 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1550 English Composition II
  • ENGL 2050 American Lit 1620-1865
  • ENGL 2070 American Lit 1985 - Present
  • ENGL 2130 Survey of English Literature I
  • ENGL 2160 Survey of English Literature II
  • ENGL 2230 World Literature Survey I
  • ENGL 2260 World Literature Survey II

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • Students need to successfully complete the FREN 1150 level,
  • OR, SPAN 1350 level
  • Some students may need to complete the first level in any of these languages to prepare for the second level;
  • The second level is the level that fulfills the UNL admission deficiency.

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I : MATH 0160 Intro Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MATH 0210 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth year math course that builds upon algebra II:
    • MATH 1150 College Algebra
    • MATH 1210 Trigonometry
    • STAT 1100 Applied Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology
  • CHEM 1500 Intro Chemistry
  • CHEM 1600 General Chemistry I
  • GEOG 1120 Physical Geography (no lab)
  • GEOL 1010/110L Physical Geology
  • PHYS 1070 Astronomy
  • PHYS 1300 Physics I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANTH 2100 Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 2230 Prin Economics - Micro
  • ECON 2260 Prin Economics - Macro
  • GEOG 2060 Cultural Geography
  • HIST 2010 American History I
  • HIST 2020 American History II
  • HIST 2100 World Civ 4000 BC to 1500 AD
  • HIST 2110 World VIc 1500 AD to Present
  • POLS 2350 American Government and Politics
  • POLS 2390 International Relations
  • PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology
  • SOCI 2250 Marriage and Family


Admission Deficiencies: Iowa Western Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENG 105 Composition I
  • ENG 106 Composition II
  • LIT 110 American Lit to Mid 1800s
  • LIT 111 American Lit Since Mid 1800s

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • ASL 171 American Sign Language II
    • some students may need to take ASL 141 to prepare for ASL 171 or FSL 141
  • FSL 142 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to take FSL 141 to prepare for FSL 142

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MAT 062 Elementary Algebra I
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MAT 072 Intermediate Algebra II
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II:
    • MAT 121 College Algebra
    • MAT 129 Precalculus
    • MAT 130 Trigonometry
    • MAT 157 Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIO 112 General Biology I
  • BIO 125 Plant Biology
  • CHM 166 General Chemistry I
  • ENV 111 Environmental Science
  • PHS 142 Principles of Astronomy (lab PHS 143)
  • PHS 172 Physical Geology
  • PHY 156 General Physics (lab PHY 157)

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANT 100 Intro to Anthropology
  • ECN 120 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECN 130 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEO 121 World Regional Geography
  • HIS 110 Western Civ. Ancient to Early Modern
  • HIS 111 Western Civ Early Modern to Present
  • HIS 151 US History to 1877
  • HIS 152 US History after 1877
  • POL 111 American National Government
  • POL 121 International Relations
  • PSY 111 Intro to Psychology
  • PSY 121 Developmental Psychology
  • SOC 110 Intro to Sociology


Admission Deficiencies: Western Iowa Tech Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENG 105 Composition I
  • ENG 106 Composition II
  • LIT 110 American Literature to Mid 1800s
  • LIT 111 American Literature Since Mid 1800s

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FLF 142 Elementary French II
    • some students may need to take FLF 141 to prepare for FLF 142
  • FLG 142 Elementary German II
    • some students may need to take FLG 141 to prepare for FLG 142
  • FLS 142 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to take FLS 141 to prepare for FLS 142

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MAT 063 Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II:
    • MAT 121 College Algebra
    • MAT 129 Precalculus
    • MAT 130 Trigonometry
    • MAT 156 or 157 Statistics
    • MAT 201 Applied Calculus

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIO 105 Introductory Biology
  • BIO 116 General Biology I B
  • CHM 132 Intro Organic & Biochemistry
  • CHM 166 General Chemistry
  • ENV 111 Environmental Science
  • PHS 151 Intro to Astronomy (no lab)
  • PHY 162 College Physics I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ECN 120 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECN 130 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEO 121 World Regional Geography
  • HIS 110 Western Civ. Ancient to Early Modern
  • HIS 111 Western Civ Early Modern to Present
  • HIS 151 US History to 1877
  • HIS 152 US History after 1877
  • POL 111 American National Government
  • POL 121 International Relations
  • PSY 111 Intro to Psychology
  • SOC 110 Intro to Sociology


Admission Deficiencies: Hawkeye Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required
Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENG 105 English Comp I
  • ENG 106 English Comp II

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FLS 152 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to take FLS 151 to prepare for FLS 152

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MAT 063 Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry: (not available)
  • Algebra II: MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II:
    • MAT 122 College Algebra
    • MAT 128 Precalculus
    • MAT 134 Trigonometry & Analytic Geometry
    • MAT 156 Statistics

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • BIO 105 Introductory Biology
  • BIO 112 General Biology I
  • CHM 165 General Chemistry I

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANT 100 Intro to Anthropology
  • ECN 120 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECN 130 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEO 115 Human Geography
  • HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877
  • HIS 152 U.S. History Since 1877
  • PSY 111 Intro to Psychology
  • SOC 110 Intro to Sociology


Admission Deficiencies: Johnson County Community College


Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required Courses to Clear Deficiencies

English: 4

Intensive reading & writing experience.

  • ENGL 121 Composition I
  • ENGL 122 Composition II

Foreign Language: 2

In 1 language.

  • FL 121 Elementary German II
    • some students may need to take FL 120 to prepare for FL 121
  • FL 131 Elementary Spanish II
    • some students may need to take FL 130 to prepare for FL 131
  • FL 141 Elementary French II
    • some students may need to take FL 140 to prepare for FL 141
  • FL 151 Elementary Russian II
    • some students may need to take FL 150 to prepare for FL 151
  • FL 166 Elementary Chinese II
    • some students may need to take FL 165 to prepare for FL 166
  • FL 171 Elementary Japanese
    • some students may need to take FL 170 to prepare for FL 171

Mathematics: 4

Algebra I, algebra II, geometry, a 4th year that builds on algebra.

  • Algebra I: MATH 115 Elementary Algebra I
  • Geometry: MATH 118 Geometry
  • Algebra II: MATH 116 Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth year math course that builds on algebra II:
    • MAT 171 College Algebra
    • MAT 172 Trigonometry
    • MAT 173 Precalculus
    • MAT 181 Statistics
    • MAT 231 Business & Applied Calculus I

Natural Sciences: 3

At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences. At least 1 lab.

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab. All courses below have a lab unless designated otherwise:

  • ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy (no lab)
  • BIOL 121 Intro Biology for Non-Majors
  • BIOL 130 Environmental Science (no lab)
  • CHEM (124+125) General Chemistry I
  • PHYS 130 General Physics I
  • GEOS 130 General Geology

Social Sciences: 3

1 or 2 units history AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography OR 1 other social science.

  • ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 230 Economics I
  • ECON 231 Economics II
  • GEOS 145 World Regional Geography
  • HIST 140 US History to 1877
  • HIST 141 US History since 1877
  • POLS 124 Amer National Govt
  • PSYC 130 Intro to Psychology
  • SOC 122 Intro to Sociology


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