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Credit by examination may be obtained at UW-Whitewater through Departmental Examination, the College level Examination Program (CLEP), the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, the DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) and Advance Placement (AP) examinations.  A student may receive a maximum of 60 credits on the basis of examinations.


Examinations  Score UW-W Course Equivalency Units
AP Research 3-5 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives 3
AP Seminar 3-5 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives 3
African American Studies 3-5 HISTRY 141EX Modern Black American History  3
Art History 3-5 ARTHIST 9999A Miscellaneous Art History Course*  3
Biology 3 BIOLOGY 120EX Biological Foundations  4
Biology 4 BIOLOGY 141EX Introductory Biology I  5
Biology 5 BIOLOGY 141EX Introductory Biology I & BIOLOGY 142EX Introductory Biology II  10
Precalculus 3-5 Math 152EX Precalculus  5
Calculus AB 3 MATH 243EX Short Calculus for Business and Social Sciences  4
Calculus AB 4-5 MATH 253EX Calculus & Analytic Geometry I  5
Calculus BC 3-5 MATH 253EX Calculus & Analytic Geometry I and MATH 254EX Calculus & Analytic Geometry II 9
Calculus BC: AB sub-score*** 3 MATH 243EX Short Calculus 3
Calculus BC: AB sub-score*** 4-5 MATH 253EX Calculus & Analytic Geometry I  5
Chemistry 3 CHEM 999EXL Miscellaneous Chemistry Course*  5
Chemistry 4 CHEM 102EX Introductory Chemistry I  5
Chemistry 5 CHEM 102EX Introductory Chemistry & CHEM 104EX Introductory Chemistry  10
Chinese Language and Culture 3-5 CHINESE 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course* 3
Comparative Government and Politics 3-5 POLISCI 255EX Introduction to Comparative Politics 3
Computer Science A (AB no longer offered) 3-5 COMPSCI 172EX Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in Java (If IT major, this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis to ITSCM 180EX Introduction to Programming for Business Applications) 3
Computer Science Principles 3-5 COMPSCI 165EX Introduction to Computational Thinking 3
English Language and Composition ** 3 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading 3
English Language and Composition ** 4-5 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading & ENGLISH 102EX Introduction to College Writing, Reading, and Research 6
English Literature and Composition ** 3 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading 3
English Literature and Composition ** 4-5 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing & Reading and ENGLISH 102EX Introduction to College Writing, Reading, and Research 6
Environmental Sciences 3 ENVISCI 999EX Miscellaneous credit (If Biology major, BIOLOGY 214EX Ecology and Society can be personalized) 3
Environmental Sciences 4-5 ENVISCI 200 Intro. to Environmental Science 3
European History 3-5 HISTRY 155EX History of Modern Europe  3
French Literature (no longer offered) 3-5 FRENCH 321EX Advanced French Language Study  3
French Language & Culture 3-5 FRENCH 252EX Intermediate French (Retro credits for FRENCH 141, 142, and 251 may be earned if FRENCH 321 is completed with a grade of B or better) 4
French Language & Culture 4-5

FRENCH 321EX Advanced French Language Study

(Retro credits for FRENCH 141, 142, 251, and 252 may be earned if FRENCH 322 is completed with a grade of B or better)

3
German Language & Culture 3 GERMAN 252EX Intermediate German (Retro credits for GERMAN 141, 142, and 251 may be earned in GERMAN 321 if completed with a grade of B or better) 4
German Language & Culture 4-5 GERMAN 321EX Advanced German Language Study (Retro credits for GERMAN 141, 142, 251, and 252 may be earned if GERMAN 322 is completed with a grade of B or better) 3
Human Geography 3-5 GEOGRPY 230EX Human Geography 3
Italian Language and Culture 3-5 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course*  3
Japanese Language and Culture 3-5 JAPANESE 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course* 3
Latin 3-5 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course*  3
Latin: Literature (no longer offered) 3-5 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course*  3
Latin: Vergil (no longer offered) 3-5 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language Course*  3
Macroeconomics 3-5 ECON 202EX Principles of Macroeconomics  3
Microeconomics 3-5 ECON 201EX Principles of Microeconomics  3
Music Theory 3 MUSC 151EX Theory  2
Music Theory 4 MUSC 151EX Theory & MUSC 153EX Aural Skills I 4
Music Theory 5 MUSC 151EX Theory I & MUSC 152EX Theory II & MUSC 153EX Aural Skills I 6
Physics B (no longer offered) 3 PHYSCS 999EX Miscellaneous Physics Course*  3
Physics B (no longer offered) 4-5 PHYSCS 140EX Principles of Physics I & PHYSCS 141EX Principles of Physics II 10
Physics 1 3 PHYSCS 999EX Miscellaneous Physics Course*  3
Physics 1 4-5 PHYSCS 140EX Principles of Physics I  5
Physics 2 3 PHYSCS 999EX Miscellaneous Physics Course*  3
Physics 2 4-5 PHYSCS 141EX Principles of Physics II  5
Physics C (Elec & Magnetism) 3 PHYSCS 999EX Miscellaneous Physics Course*  3
Physics C (Elec & Magnetism) 4-5 PHYSCS 181EX Physics for Scientists & Engineers II 5
Physics C (Mechanics) 3 PHYSCS 999EX Miscellaneous Physics Course*  3
Physics C (Mechanics) 4-5 PHYSCS 180EX Physics of Scientists & Engineers I  5
Psychology 3-5 PSYCH 211EX Introductory Psychology  3
Spanish Language & Culture 3 SPANISH 252EX Intermediate Spanish (Retro credits for SPANISH 141, 142, and 251 may be earned if SPANISH 321 is completed with a grade of B or better) 4
Spanish Language & Culture 4-5 SPANISH 321EX Advanced Spanish Language Study (Retro credits for SPANISH 141, 142, 251, and 252 may be earned if SPANISH 322 is completed with a grade of B or better) 3
Spanish Literature & Culture 3-5 SPANISH 331EX Introduction to the Literature of Spain 1 3
Statistics 3-5 STAT 230 Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Analysis  & MATH139W Quantitative Reasoning (waiver) 3
2D Art & Design 3-5 ARTSTDIO 121EX Basic Art (GA) 3
3D Art & Design 3-5 ARTSTDIO 121EX Basic Art (GA) 3
Drawing 3-5 ARTSTDIO 121EX Basic Art (GA) 3
United States History 3-5 HISTRY 9999H Miscellaneous Electives * 3
US Government and Politics 3-5 POLISCI 141EX American Government and Politics 3
World History: Modern 3-5 CORE 120EX Historical Perspectives (GH--if not counted as a CORE course requirement)  3

*Courses designated as 999 count as miscellaneous credit in the department listed (MISC=Miscellaneous college credit), and the credits count toward the 120 units needed for graduation.

**If a student scores 3 or higher on both AP English Literature Composition (ELC) and AP English Language Composition (ENGC), their student record will be personalized to receive 3 credits of ENG 999EX for one of the AP exams.

***If a student scores below a 3 on the Calculus BC exam, the office will then look at their Calculus BC: AB sub-score. If the sub-score is a 3, their student record will be personalized to receive Math 243EX. If the sub-score is a 4, their student record will be personalized to receive Math 253EX.

Modern States offers the opportunity for students to earn FREE college credit through CLEP! For more information visit the Modern States website

Examinations Min. Score UW-W Course Equivalency Units
American Government 65 POLISCI 141EX American Government and Politics  3
American Literature 60 ENGLISH 226EX American Literature Survey I 3
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 50 ENGLISH 999EX Miscellaneous Electives 3
Biology 50 BIOLOGY 120EX Biological Foundations  4
Business Law 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Calculus 60 MATH 253EX Calculus and Analytic Geometry I  5
Chemistry 50 CHEM 102EX Introductory Chemistry  5
Chemistry 65 CHEM 102EX Introductory Chemistry & CHEM 104EX Introductory Chemistry  10
College Algebra 50 MATH 142W (waiver) College Algebra  0
College Composition 50 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading I 3
College Composition Modular 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
College Mathematics 50 MATH 139W (waiver) Quantitative Reasoning 0
English Literature 50 ENGLISH 216EX British Survey Literature II 3
Financial Accounting 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
French Language Level 1 50 FRENCH 141EX Beginning French I 4
French Language Level 2 63 FRENCH 141EX Beginning French I & FRENCH 142EX Beginning French II 8
German Language Level 1 50 GERMAN 141EX Beginning German I 4
German Language Level 2 63 GERMAN 141EX Beginning German I & GERMAN 142EX Beginning German II 8
History of the United States I 50 HISTRY 9999H - Miscellaneous History Electives* 3
History of the United States II 50 HISTRY 9999H - Miscellaneous History Electives* 3
Human Growth and Development 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Humanities 50 MISC 999EXH Miscellaneous College Course* 3
Information Systems 50 ITSCM 280EX Introduction to Information Systems 3
Introductory to Business Law 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Introduction to Educational Psychology 50 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Introductory Psychology 50 PSYCH 211EX Introductory Psychology  3
Introductory Sociology 60 SOCIOLGY 250 Social Problems  3
Natural Sciences 50 MISC 9999N Miscellaneous College Course*  3
Precalculus 50 MATH 152W (waiver) Precalculus 0
Principles of Macroeconomics 52 ECON 202EX Principles of Macroeconomics  3
Principles of Management 52 BEINDP 101EX Business and Society 3
Principles of Marketing 55 MARKETNG 311EX Principles of Marketing 3
Principles of Microeconomics 52 ECON 201EX Principles of Microeconomics  3
Social Sciences and History 50 MISC 999EXS Miscellaneous College Course*  3
Spanish Language Level 1 50 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I 4
Spanish Language Level 2 63 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I & SPANISH 142EX Beginning Spanish II 8
Spanish with Writing Level 1 50 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I 4
Spanish with Writing Level 2 63 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I & SPANISH 142EX Beginning Spanish II 8
Western Civilization I 50 HISTRY 154EX Western Civilization  3
Western Civilization II 50 HISTRY 155EX History of Modern Europe  3

* Courses designated as 999 count as miscellaneous credit in the department listed (MISC=Miscellaneous college credit), and the credits count toward the 120 units needed for graduation

UW-W Course Equivalency Min. Score Units
COMM110 Introduction to Human Communication (see dept website for more info.) Department Decision 0 units, 110 waived
ACCOUNT 244 Introduction to Financial Accounting Department Decision 3
BIOLOGY 141 Introductory Biology I  Department Decision 5
BIOLOGY 142 Introductory Biology II Department Decision 5
Chem 102 Introductory Chemistry I Department Decision 5
Chem 104 Introductory Chemistry I  Department Decision 5
LDRSHP Department Decision max. 12 units
LDRSHP 110EX MAX SCORE OF 1 2
LDRSHP 111EX MAX SCORE OF 1 1
LDRSHP 120EX MAX SCORE OF 1 2
LDRSHP 121EX MAX SCORE OF 1 1
LDRSHP 210EX MAX SCORE OF 1 2
LDRSHP 211EX MAX SCORE OF 1 1
LDRSHP 220 MAX SCORE OF 1 2
LDRSHP 221 MAX SCORE OF 1 1
PHYSCS 180 Physics for Scientists & Engineers I  Department Decision 5
PHYSCS 181 Physics for Scientists & Engineers II  Department Decision 5
Examinations Min. Score (2007 and before) Min Score (2008-Present) UW-W Course Equivalency Units
Art of the Western World 48  400 ARTHIST 9999A Miscellaneous Art History Course*  3
Astronomy 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Business Ethics & Society 48 400 BEINDP 101 Business and Society 3
Business Mathematics 48  400 MATH 9999M Miscellaneous Math Course*  3
Civil War and Reconstruction 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Computing & Information Technology 48 400 ITSCM 221 Information Technology Infrastructure 3
Criminal Justice 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Ethics in America N/A 400 PHILSPHY 999EX Miscellaneous Philosophy Course* 3
Ethics in Technology 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Environmental Science N/A N/A Not accepted at UW-Whitewater N/A
Foundations of Education 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Fundamentals of Counseling N/A N/A Not accepted at UW-Whitewater N/A
Fundamentals of College Algebra 47  400 MATH 141W (waiver) Fundamentals of College Algebra 0
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity 48  400 CYBER 101EX Introduction to Cybersecurity (If ITSCM or Business major, this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis to ITSCM 221 Information Technology Infrastructure) 3
General Anthropology 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Health and Human Development 48  400 PEGNRL 192EX Personal Health and Fitness for Life 1
History of the Soviet Union 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
History of the Vietnam War 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Human Resource Management N/A 425 MANGEMNT 320EX Human Resource Management 3
Introduction to Business 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Introduction to Computing (no longer offered) 45 400 COMPSCI 9999M Miscellaneous Computer Science Course* 3
Introduction to Geography N/A N/A Not accepted at UW-Whitewater N/A
Introduction to Geology N/A N/A Not accepted at UW-Whitewater N/A
Introduction to Law Enforcement 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Introduction to World Religions 48  400 GEOGRPY 999EX Miscellaneous Geography Course* 3
Lifespan Developmental Psychology 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Management Information Systems 48  400 ITSCM280EX Introduction to Information Systems 3
Math for Liberal Arts 48 400 MATH 140W (waiver) Mathematical Ideas 0
Money and Banking 48  400 ECON 354EX Money and Banking 3
Organizational Behavior 48  400 MANGEMNT 301EX Organizational Behavior 3
Personal Finance 46  400 FNBSLW 101EX Consumer Finance 3
Principles of Advanced English Composition 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Principles of Finance 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Principles of Physical Science I (no longer offered) 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Principles of Public Speaking 48 400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Principles of Statistics 48  400 STAT 230 Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Analysis  3
Principles of Supervision 48  400 MANGEMNT 999EX Miscellaneous Management Electives* 3
Substance Abuse 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3
Technical Writing 48  400 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous Electives* 3

For DSST exams taken in 2007 and earlier please refer to the "Min Score 2007 and before" column. For DSST exams taken between 2008-present please refer to the "Min score 2008 - present" column. In 2008 DSST changed the way they score DSST exams, which is why there are two acceptable scores depending on the year you took the exam.

*Courses designated as 999 count as miscellaneous credit in the department listed (MISC=Miscellaneous college credit), and the credits count toward the 120 units needed for graduation.

Examinations Min. Score UW-W Course Equivalency Units
Completion of Full IB Diploma 28 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous College Credit* 3
Art/Design - Higher Level (no longer offered) 4 ARTSTDIO 999EX Miscellaneous Art Studio Course* & ARTSTDIO 999AEX Miscellaneous Art Studio Course* 6
Art/Design - Standard Level (no longer offered) 4 ARTSTDIO 999EX Miscellaneous Art Studio Course* 3
Biology - Higher Level 4 BIOLOGY 141EX Introductory Biology I & BIOLOGY 142EX Introductory Biology II  10
Biology - Standard Level 4 BIOLOGY 120EX Biological Foundations  4
Business Management - Higher Level 4 BEINDP 999 Miscellaneous Credit 3
Business Management - Standard Level 4 BEINDP 999 Miscellaneous Credit 3
Chemistry - Higher Level 4 CHEM 102EX Introductory Chemistry I & CHEM 104EX Introductory Chemistry II 10
Chemistry - Standard Level 4 CHEM 100EX Everyday Chemistry 4
CI Language - Standard Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX World Languages and Cultures Elective* 3
CI Language - Higher Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX World Languages and Cultures Elective* 3
Classical Languages - Higher Level 4 WRLDLANG 999 World Languages and Cultures Elective* & WRLDLANG 999EX World Languages and Cultures Elective* 8
Computer Science - Higher Level 4 COMPSCI 165EX Introduction to Computational Thinking & COMPSCI 999A Miscellaneous Computer Science Course* (If COMPSCI Major/Minor COMPSCI 999A can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis to COMPSCI 172 or 174) 6
Computer Science - Standard Level 4 COMPSCI 165EX Introduction to Computational Thinking  3
Dance - Higher Level 4 DANCE 110 Dance Appreciation, DANCE 200 Practicum Dance Performance & DANCE 999* 6
Dance - Standard Level 4 DANCE 110 Dance Appreciation, DANCE 200 Practicum Dance Performance 3
Design Technology - Higher Level 4 MAGD 999 (assessed individually by department) 3
Design Technology - Standard Level 4 MAGD 999 (assessed individually by department) 3
Digital Society - Higher Level*** 4 ITSCM 280EX Introduction to Information Systems 3
Digital Society - Standard Level*** 4 ITSCM 280EX Introduction to Information Systems 3
Economics - Standard Level 4 ECON 201EX Principles of Microeconomics & ECON 202EX Principles of Macroeconomics  6
Economics - Higher Level 4 ECON 201EX Principles of Microeconomics & ECON 202EX Principles of Macroeconomics  6
English A Literature- Higher Level** 4 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing & Reading and ENGLISH 102EX Introduction to College Writing, Reading, and Research 6
English A Literature- Standard Level** 4 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading 3
English A Language and Literature- Higher Level** 4 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing & Reading and ENGLISH 102EX Introduction to College Writing, Reading, and Research 6
English A Language and Literature- Standard Level** 4 ENGLISH 101EX Introduction to College Writing and Reading 3
Environmental Systems & Societies - Standard Level 4 ENVSCI 9999N Miscellaneous ENVISCI Course (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Film - Higher Level (no credit for Standard Level) 4 FILM 9999H Miscellaneous Course* 3
French B - Higher Level 4 FRENCH 141EX Beginning French I & FRENCH 142EX Beginning French II 8
French B - Standard Level 4 FRENCH 141EX Beginning French I 4
Further Mathematics - Higher Level (no longer available) 4 MATH 152W (waiver) Precalculus, MATH 253EX Calculus and Analytic Geometry I  & 3 credits of MATH999EX* 8
Geography - Higher Level 4 GEOGRPY 999EX Miscellaneous Geography Course* & Geography 999AEX* 6
Geography - Standard Level 4 GEOGRPY 999EX Miscellaneous Geography Course* 3
German B - Higher Level 4 GERMAN 141EX Beginning German I and GERMAN 142EX Beginning German II 8
German B - Standard Level 4 GERMAN 141EX Beginning German I 4
Global Politics - Higher Level 4 CORE 140EX Global Perspectives 3
Global Politics - Standard Level 4 CORE 140EX Global Perspectives 3
Greek - CI Language Higher Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language*  3
Greek - CI Language Standard Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language*  3
History - Standard Level 4 HISTRY 155EX History of Modern Europe 3
History of Africa and the Middle East - Higher Level 4 HISTRY 9999H Miscellaneous History Course* & HISTRY 999* 6
History of Asia/Ocenia - Higher Level 4 HISTRY 131 East Asia Since 1800 & HISTRY 999EX Miscellaneous History Course* 6
History of Europe - Higher Level 4 HISTRY 155EX History of Modern Europe & HISTRY 999EX Miscellaneous History Course* 6
History of the Americas - Higher Level 4 HISTRY 9999H Miscellaneous History Course* & HISTRY 999* 6
Information Technology in a Global Society - Higher Level*** (No credit for Standard Level) 4 ITSCM 280EX Introduction to Information Systems 3
Language A: Language and Literature (HL) 4 ENGLISH 9999H Elective (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Language A: Language and Literature (SL) 4 ENGLISH 9999H Elective (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Language A: Literature (HL) 4 ENGLISH 9999H Elective (GH) (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Language A: Literature (SL) 4 ENGLISH 9999H Elective (GH) (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Language ab initio - Standard Level (Higher Level no longer available) 4 WRLDLANG 999 World Languages and Cultures Elective* & WRLDLANG 999EX World Languages and Cultures Elective*  8
Language B - Higher Level (No credit for Standard Level) 4 WRLDLANG 999 World Languages and Cultures Elective* & WRLDLANG 999EX World Languages and Cultures Elective*  8
Latin - CI Language Higher Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language*  3
Latin - CI Language Standard Level 4 WRLDLANG 999EX Miscellaneous Foreign Language*  3
Literature and Performance - Standard Level 4 ENGLISH 9999H Elective (this can be personalized per a department directive on a case-by-case basis) 3
Mathematical Studies - Standard Level (no longer offered) 4 MATH 139W (waiver) Quantitative Reasoning 0
Mathematics - Higher Level (no longer offered) 4 MATH 152W (waiver) Precalculus & MATH 253EX Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 
Mathematics - Standard Level (no longer offered) 4 MATH 152W (waiver) Precalculus 0
Mathematics: analysis and approaches - Standard Level 4 MATH 250 Applied Calculus Survey for Business and Social Sciences & MATH152W (waiver) Precalculus 5
Mathematics: analysis and approaches - Higher Level 4 MATH253EX Calculus I with Analytic Geometry & MATH 254EX Calculus II with Analytic Geometry 9
Mathematics: applications and interpretation - Standard Level 4 MATH 243EX Calculus for Business and Social Sciences & MATH142W (waiver) College Algebra 4
Mathematics: applications and interpretation - Higher Level 4 MATH 250 Applied Calculus Survey for Business and Social Sciences, STAT 230EX Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Analysis & MATH142W (waiver) College Algebra 8
Music - Higher Level 4 MUSC 999 Miscellaneous Music Course* & MUSC 999EX Miscellaneous Music Course* 6
Music - Standard Level 4 MUSC 999EX Miscellaneous Music Course* 3
Philosophy - Higher Level (No credit for Standard Level) 4 PHILSPHY 101EX Introduction to Philosophy  3
Physics - Higher Level 4 PHYSCS 140EX Principles of Physics I & PHYSCS 141EX Principles of Physics II  10
Physics - Standard Level 4 PHYSCS 130EX Physics Foundations  5
Psychology - Higher Level 4 PSYCH 211EX Introductory Psychology  3
Psychology - Standard Level 4 PSYCH 211EX Introductory Psychology  3
Social & Cultural Anthropology - Higher Level 4 ANTHROPL 218EX Cultural Anthropology & ANTHROPL 999EX Miscellaneous Anthropology Course* 6
Social & Cultural Anthropology - Standard Level 4 ANTHROPL 218EX Cultural Anthropology  3
Spanish B - Higher Level 4 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I and SPANISH 142EX Beginning Spanish II  8
Spanish B - Standard Level 4 SPANISH 141EX Beginning Spanish I  4
Sports, Exercise, and Health Science - Higher Level (no credit for Standard Level) 4 MISC 999EX Miscellaneous College Credit* 3
Theatre Arts - Higher Level 4 THEATRE 110EX Introduction to the Theatre & THEATRE 200EX Theatre Activities Practicum  6
Theatre Arts - Standard Level 4 THEATRE 100EX Theatre Appreciation & THEATRE 200EX Theatre Activities Practicum 3
Visual Arts - Higher Level 4 ARTSTDIO 121EX Basic Art & ARTSTDIO 999EX Miscellaneous Art Studio Course* 6
Visual Arts - Standard Level 4 ARTSTDIO 121EX Basic Art  3
World Religions - Standard Level N/A Not accepted at UW-Whitewater N/A

*Courses designated as 999 count as miscellaneous credit in the department listed (MISC=Miscellaneous college credit), and the credits count toward the 120 units needed for graduation.

**If a student scores 4 or higher on both the English A Literature IB exam and the English A Language and Literature IB exam, their student record will be personalized to receive 3 credits of ENG 999EX for one of the IB exams.

***If a student scores a 4 or higher on the Information Technology on Global Society exam, as well as a 4 or higher on the Digital Society exam, their student record will be personalized to receive ITSCM 280EX for one exam and 3 credits of ITSCM 999EX  for the other exam.

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