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Transfer Credit Estimator

In order to help you plan what your education at Platt College might look like, click on any of the Colorado colleges or universities that you have attended below to compare how credit may transfer to Platt College.  The Transfer Credit Guide Estimator Chart listed for each college or university below only serves as a reference guide regarding transfer credit acceptance at Platt College.  

The guide does no guarantee transferability-credits are not guaranteed transferred until officially received, reviewed, and accepted by the College Registrar according to Policy 02:14:00 Transfer Credit.  Don't see the college or university you previously attended listed below? Don't worry-it doesn't mean you can't receive transfer credit; the colleges/universities below happen to serve as the most popular our student body transfers credit from each quarter. 

Arapahoe community college
course at platt collegecourse at acc
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessHWE 100 - Human Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)BIO 204 - Microbiology with Lab
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIO 202 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab        
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIO 216 - Human Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHE 101 - Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
CHE 111 - General College Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 112 - General College Chemistry II with Lab
CHE 211 - Organic Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 212 - Organic Chemistry II with Lab
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOM 115 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 121 - English Composition I
ENG 122  - English Composition II
ENG 201 - English Composition III
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 101 - Western Civilization, Antiquity-1650
HIS 102 - Western Civilization, 1650-present
HIS 111 - The World, Antiquity-1500
HIS 112 - The World, 1500-present
HIS 121 - United States History to Reconstruction
HIS 122 - United States History Since Civil War
HIS 236 - United States History Since 1945
HIS 245 - United States In the World
HIS 247 - 20th Century World History 
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology
ART 110 - Art Appreciation
HUM 121 - Humanities: Early Civilization
HUM 122 - Humanities: Medieval to Modern
LIT 115:  Introduction to Literature
LIT 201 - World Literature to 1600
LIT 202 - World Literature after 1600
LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature
LIT 211 - American Literature to the Civil War
LIT 212 - American Literature after the Civil War
LIT 221 - British Literature to 1770
LIT 222 - British Literature since 1770
LIT 259 - Survey of African American Literature
MUS 120 - Music Appreciation
THE 105 - Theatre Appreciation
ARA, FRE, JPN or SPA level 211 or 212
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 121 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHI 111 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 112 - Ethics
PHIL 113 - Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
PSY 101 - General Psychology I
PSY 102 - General Psychology II
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 235 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology I
SOC 102 - Introduction to Sociology II
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMAT 135 - Introduction to Statistics
colorado state university
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT CSU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
FSHN 150  - Survey of Human Nutrition
FSHN 350 - Human Nutrition
FSHN 450 - Medical Nutrition Therapy
FSHN 451 - Community Nutrition
FSHN 459 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle
FSHN 506 - Nutrition and Human Performance
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Both of the following:
MIP 300 - General Microbiology
MIP 301 - General Microbiology Lab 
MIP 300 - General Microbiology
MIP 303 - General Microbiology - Honors Recitation
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BMS 301 - Human Gross Anatomy
BMS 310 - Anatomy for the Health Professions
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BMS 300 - Principles of Human Physiology
BMS 360 - Fundamentals of Physiology
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BMS 460 - Essentials of Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 107 - Fundamentals of Chemistry
CHE 111 - General College Chemistry
CHEM 245 - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry  
CHEM 345 - Organic Chemistry I  
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsSPCM 200 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
CO 130 - Academic Writing
CO 150 - College Composition
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 100 - Western Civilization, Pre-Modern
HIST 101 - Western Civilization, Modern
HIST 150 - U.S. History to 1876
HIST 151 - U.S. History Since 1876
HIST 170 - World History, Ancient-1500
HIST 171 - World History, 1500-Present
HIST 349 - United States Since 1945
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANTH 100 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ART 100 - Introduction to Visual Arts
E 140 - The Study of Literature
E 232 - Introduction to Humanities
E 270 - Introduction to American Literature
E 276 - Survey of British Literature
E 277 - British Literature II
LB 170 - World Literatures to 1500
LB 171 - World Literatures:  The Modern Period
MU 100 - Music Appreciation
TH 141 - Introduction to Theatre
LARA, LCHI, LFRE, LGER, LITA, LJPN, LRUS, or LSPA level 200 or 201
MAT 121 - College AlgebraPlease see the Platt College Registrar
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHIL 100 - Appreciation of Philosophy
PHIL 103 - Moral and Social Problems
PHIL 110 - Logic and Critical Thinking
PHIL 112 - Reasoning and Problem Solving
PHIL 205 - Introduction to Ethics
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSY 100 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HDFS 101 - Individual and Family Development
HDFS 175/PSY 175 - Developmental Psychology Across the Lifespan 
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOC 100 - General Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsAny ONE (1) of the following:
STAT 201 - General Statistics
STAT 301 - Introduction to Statistical Methods
community college of aurora
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT ACC
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessHWE 100 - Human Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)BIO 204 - Microbiology
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIO 202 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II    
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIO 216 - Human Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHE 101 - Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
CHE 102 - Introduction to Chemistry II with Lab
CHEM 111 - General College Chemistry I with Lab   
CHE 112 - General College Chemistry II with Lab
CHE 211 - Organic Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 212 - Organic Chemistry II with Lab
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOM 115 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 121 - English Composition I
ENG 122  - English Composition II
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 101 - Western Civilization, Antiquity-1650
HIS 102 - Western Civilization, 1650-present
HIS 111 - The World, Antiquity-1500
HIS 112 - The World, 1500-present
HIS 121 - United States History to Reconstruction
HIS 122 - United States History Since Civil War
HIS 236 - United States History Since 1945
HIS 245 - United States In the World
HIS 247 - 20th Century World History 
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology
ART 110 - Art Appreciation
HUM 103 - Introduction to Film Art
HUM 121 - Survey of Humanities I:  Early Civilizations
HUM 122 - Medieval to Modern Civilizations
HUM 123 - The Modern World
LIT 115:  Introduction to Literature
LIT 201 - World Literature to 1600
LIT 202 - World Literature after 1600
LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature
LIT 211 - American Literature to the Civil War
LIT 212 - American Literature after the Civil War
LIT 221 - British Literature to 1770
LIT 222 - British Literature since 1770
LIT 259 - Survey of African American Literature
MUS 120 - Music Appreciation
THE 105 - Theatre Appreciation
ARA, CHI, FRE, GER, ITA, JPN, RUS, or SPA level 211 or 212 
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 121 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHI 111 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 112 - Ethics
PHIL 113 - Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
PSY 101 - General Psychology I
PSY 102 - General Psychology II
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 235 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology I
SOC 102 - Introduction to Sociology II
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMAT 135 - Introduction to Statistics
Metro state university
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT MSU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
NUT 2040 - Introduction to Nutrition
NUT 3050 - Concepts of Life Cycle Nutrition
NUT 3140 - Human Nutrition
NUT 4100 - Advanced Human Nutrition
NUT 3210 - Community Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BIO 2400 - General Microbiology
BIO 4450 - Pathogenic Microbiology
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 2310 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIO 2320 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)ITP 4600 - Clinical Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHE 1100 - Principles of Chemistry
CHE 1800 - General Chemistry I
CHE 1810 - General Chemistry II
CHE 3100 - Organic Chemistry I
CHE 4310 - Biochemistry I
CHE 4320 - Biochemistry II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsSPE 1010 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 1020 - Freshman Composition:  Analysis, Research, and Documentation  
ENG 1021 - Honors Freshman Composition:  Research, Analysis, and Documentation  
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 1010 - Western Civilization to 1603
HIS 1030 - World History to 1500
HIS 1040 - World History since 1500
HIS 1210 - American History to 1865
HIS 1220 - American History since 1865
HIS 3540 - Emergence of Modern U.S., 1877-1920
HON 1040 - World History since 1500
HON 1211 - American History to 1865
HON 1221 - American History since 1865
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANTH 1310 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ARTH 1500 - Art and Visual Literacy
ENG 1100 - Introduction to Literature
ENG 2100 - World Literature:  Beginnings to 1600
ENG 2120 - World Literature:  1600 to Present
ENG 2310 - British Literature:  Beginnings to the late 1700s
ENG 2330 - British Literature:  Late 1700s to the Present
ENG 2850 - Introduction to International Film
ENG 2860 - Introduction to Cinema Studies
HON 1011 - Introduction to Philosophy
HON 1500 - Art and Visual Literacy
LAS 2810 - Integrated Arts and Humanities I
LAS 2820 - Integrated Arts and Humanities II
MUS 1000 - Introduction to Music
THE 2210 - Introduction to Theatre
FRE, GER, ITA, JPS, or SPA level 2010 or 2020
MAT 121 - College AlgebraBoth of the following:
MTH 1108 - College Algebra Stretch, Part I 
MTH 1109 - College Algebra Stretch, Part II   
Or any ONE (1) of the following:
MTH 1110 - College Algebra
MTH 1112 - College Algebra Through Modeling
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
HON 2950 - The Art of Critical Thinking
PHI 1010 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 1030 - Introduction to Ethics
PHI 1110 - Language, Logic, and Persuasion
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
HON 1001 - Introductory Psychology
PSY 1001 - Introductory Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 2210 - Psychology of Human Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOC 1010 - Introduction to Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMTH 1210 - Introduction to Statistics
red rock roCKs community college
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT RCCC
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessHWE 100 - Human Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)BIO 204 - Microbiology with Lab
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIO 202 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab        
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIO 216 - Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHE 101 - Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
CHE 111 - General College Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 112 - General College Chemistry II with Lab
CHE 211 - Organic Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 212 - Organic Chemistry II with Lab
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOM 115 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 121 - English Composition I
ENG 122  - English Composition II
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 101 - Western Civilization, Antiquity-1650
HIS 102 - Western Civilization, 1650-present
HIS 111 - The World, Antiquity-1500
HIS 112 - The World, 1500-present
HIS 121 - United States History to Reconstruction
HIS 122 - United States History Since Civil War
HIS 236 - United States History Since 1945
HIS 247 - 20th Century World History 
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology
ART 110 - Art Appreciation
HUM 103 - Introduction to Film Art
HUM 121 - Humanities:  Early Civilizations
HUM 122 - Humanities: Medieval to Modern
LIT 115:  Introduction to Literature
LIT 201 - World Literature to 1600
LIT 202 - World Literature after 1600
LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature
LIT 211 - American Literature to the Civil War
LIT 212 - American Literature after the Civil War
LIT 221 - British Literature to 1770
LIT 222 - British Literature since 1770
MUS 120 - Music Appreciation
THE 105 - Theatre Appreciation
FRE, GER, ITA, JPN, RUS, or SPA level 211 or 212
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 121 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHI 111 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 112 - Ethics
PHIL 113 - Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
PSY 101 - General Psychology I
PSY 102 - General Psychology II
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 235 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology I
SOC 102 - Introduction to Sociology II
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMAT 135 - Introduction to Statistics
university of colorado- denver
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT UCD
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessPlease see the Platt College Registrar
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)BIOL 3654 - General Microbiology
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIOL 3244 - Human Anatomy
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIOL 3225 - Human Physiology
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 3411 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 3421 - Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 3481 - Honors Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 3491 - Honors Organic Chemistry II
Any ONE (1) of the following TWO (2) classes combined:
CHEM 2031 - General Chemistry I 
CHEM 2038 - General Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 2061 - General Chemistry I 
CHEM 2068 - General Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 2081 - Honors General Chemistry I 
CHEM 2088 - Honors General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 2091 - Honors General Chemistry II Lecture 
CHEM 2098 - Honors General Chemistry II Laboratory
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsAny ONE (1) of the following:
COMM 1001 - Presentational Speaking
COMM 2050 - Business and Professional Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENGL 1020 - Core Composition I
ENGL 1111 - Freshman Seminar
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 1016 - World History to 1500
HIST 1026 - World History since 1500
HIST 1211 - Western Civilization I
HIST 1212 - Western Civilization II
HIST 1361 - U.S. History to 1876
HIST 1362 - U.S. History since 1876
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANTH 2102 - Culture and the Human Experience
ENGL 2250 - Introduction to Film
ENGL 2450 - Introduction to Literature
FINE 1001 - Introduction to Art
PMUS 1001 - Music Appreciation
THTR 1001 - Introduction to Theatre & Arts in the Community
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMATH 1110 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHIL 1012 - Introduction to Philosophy:  Relationship of the Individual to the World
PHIL 1020 - Introduction to Ethical Reasoning
PHIL 2441 - Logic, Language, and Scientific Reasoning
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
PSYC 1000 - Introduction to Psychology I
PSYC 1005 - Introduction to Psychology II
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSYC 3724 - Developmental Psychology
Or both of the following:
PSYC 3205 - Human Development I:  Child Psychology 
PSYC 3215 - Human Development II:  Adolescence and Adulthood
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOCY 1001 - Introduction to Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMATH 2830 - Introductory Statistics
university of denver
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT DU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessPlease see the Platt College Registrar
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registra
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Both of the following:
BIOL 2450 - Human Anatomy 
BIOL 3250 Human Physiology
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 1010 - General Chemistry
CHEM 2131 - Chemistry of the Elements
CHEM 2451 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 2452 - Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 2453 - Organic Chemistry III
CHEM 3610 - Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 3620 - Physical Chemistry II
CHEM 3621 - Physical Chemistry III
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsAny TWO (2) of the following:
CA3150 - Effective Presentations
COMN 1012 - Speaking on Ideas that Matter
COMN 3500/3502 - Advanced Public Speaking
Or any ONE (1) of the following:
COMN 4510:  Speech Communication Theory
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (2) of the following:
ENGG 1010 - Effective Writing Strategies
ENGL 2816 - Advanced Writing
WRIT 1112 - Rhetoric and Academic Writing
WRIT 1128 - Academic Writing
WRIT 1133/1138 - Writing and Research
WRIT 1622 - Advanced Rhetoric and Writing
WRIT 1633 - Advanced Writing and Research
WRIT 1733 - Honors Writing
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (2) of the following:
HIST 1530 - History of the United States since 1865
HIST 2520 - American History:  19th Century
HIST 2530 - American History:  20th Century
HIST 2555 - United States since 1945
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (2) of the following:
ANTH 1010 - Anthropology:  Humankind in Context
ANTH 2010 - Cultural Anthropology
ARTH 2801 - World Art I
ARTH 2802 - World Art II
ARTH 2803 - World Art II
ARTH 3300 - Seminar in Art History
THEA 3603 - Theatre History:  The Modern Theatre
MAT 121 - College AlgebraAny TWO (2) of the following:
MATH 1010 - Elements of College Algebra
MATH 1750 - College Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 1951 - Calculus I
MATH 1952 - Calculus II
MATH 1953 - Calculus III
MATH 2060 - Elements of Linear Algebra
MATH 2070- Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 3151 - Advanced Linear Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (2) of the following:
PHIL 1610 - Discovering Philosophy
PHIL 2040 - Practical Logic
PHIL 2180 - Ethics
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPlease see the Platt College Registrar
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSYC 2070 - Child and Lifespan Development
AND any ONE (1) of the following:
PSYC 3020 - Adolescence
PSYC 3090 - Infancy and Early Childhood
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologyPlease see the Platt College Registrar
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsAny TWO (2) of the following:
STAT 1300 - Statistics I
STAT 1400 - Statistics II
STAT 3100 - Applied Nonparametric Statistics
STAT 4100 - Quantitative Methods I
STAT 4200 - Quantitative Methods II
STAT 4687/4870 - Advanced Statistics
colorado christian university
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT CCU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessCHM 111 - Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Both of the following:
BIO 208 - Microbiology
BIO 218 - Microbiology Lab
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Both of the following:
BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIO 211 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Both of the following:
BIO 202 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIO 212 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIO 340 - Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHM 121 - General Chemistry I
CHM 122 - General Chemistry II
CHM 221 - Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222 - Organic Chemistry II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsAny ONE (1) of the following:
COM 103 - Public Speaking
COM 110 - Oral Communication
COM 301 - Advanced Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 102 - English Composition
ENG 104 - Research Writing
ENG 105 - Honors English
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 185 - Western Civilization
HIS 201 - World Civilization
HIS 204 - America since 1877
HIS 205 - American History
HIS 206 - The Making of Modern America
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ART 112 - Art Appreciation
ENG 201 - Introduction to Literature
ENG 202 - American Literature I
ENG 203 - American Literature II
ENG 204 - British Literature I
ENG 205 - British Literature II
ENG 340 - Ethnic Literature
ENG 360 - World Literature
HUM 101 - Creative Arts
HUM 120 - Introduction to the Arts
HUM 306 - Film Appreciation and Review
MUS 323 - History of Music I
MUS 324 - History of Music II
SOC 201 - Cultural Anthropology
THR 112 - Theatre Appreciation
FRE, GRE, or SPA level 201 or 202, or HEB 301 or 302    
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 111 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHL 201 - Criticism and Argument
PHL 304 - Ethical Issues
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSY 101 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 245 - Life-Span Psychology and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOC 205 - Principles of Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsAny ONE (1) of the following:
MAT 212A - Introduction to Statistics
MAT 420 - Probability and Statistics
colorado mesa university
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT CMU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessBIOL 203 - Human Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following TWO (2) classes combined:
BIOL 250 - Introduction to Microbiology 
BIOL 250L - Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory
BIOL 350 - Microbiology
BIOL 350 - Microbiology Laboratory
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIOL 209 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIOL 210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIOL 241 - Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 121 - Principles of Chemistry
CHEM 122 - Principles of Organic Chemistry
CHEM 131/132 - General Chemistry
Or Both of the following:
CHEM 321 - Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 322 - Physical Chemistry II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsSPCH - Speechmaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 111 - English Composition I
ENG 112  - English Composition II
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 101 - Western Civilizations I
HIST 102 - Western Civilizations II
HIST 131 - United States History I
HIST 132 - United States History II
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANTH 202 - Introduction to Anthropology
ART 115 - Art Appreciation
ARTE 118 - History of Art, Prehistory to Renaissance
ARTE119 - History of Art, Renaissance to Present
ENGL 131 - Western World Literature
ENGL 132 - Western World Literature II
ENGL 150 - Introduction to Literature
ENGL 231 - Non-Western World Literature I
ENGL 232 - Non-Western World Literature II
ENGL 254 - Survey of English Literature I
ENGL 255 - Survey of English Literature II
ENGL 261 - Survey of American Literature I
ENGL 262 - Survey of American Literature II
FLAS 301 - Advanced Spanish Grammar
FLAS 302 - Advanced Spanish Composition
MUSA 220 - Music Appreciation
THEA 141 - Theatre Appreciation
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 113 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHIL 105 - Critical Thinking
PHIL 110 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 120 - Ethics
PHIL 275 - Introduction to Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSYC 150 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSYC 233 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOCO 260 - General Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsSTAT 200 - Probability and Statistics
front range community college
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT FRCC
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessHWE 100 - Human Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BIO 204 - Microbiology with Lab
BIO 208 - General College Microbiology with Lab
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)BIO 202 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab        
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)BIO 216 - Human Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHE 101 - Introduction to Chemistry with Lab
CHE 111 - General College Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 112 - General College Chemistry II with Lab
CHE 211 - Organic Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 212 - Organic Chemistry II with Lab
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOM 115 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 121 - English Composition I
ENG 122  - English Composition II
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIS 101 - Western Civilization, Antiquity-1650
HIS 102 - Western Civilization, 1650-present
HIS 111 - The World, Antiquity-1500
HIS 112 - The World, 1500-present
HIS 121 - United States History to Reconstruction
HIS 122 - United States History Since Civil War
HIS 236 - United States History Since 1945
HIS 245 - United States In the World
HIS 247 - 20th Century World History 
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology
ART 110 - Art Appreciation
HUM 121 - Humanities: Early Civilization
HUM 122 - Humanities: Medieval to Modern
HUM 123 - The Modern World 
LIT 115:  Introduction to Literature
LIT 201 - World Literature to 1600
LIT 202 - World Literature after 1600
LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature
LIT 211 - American Literature to the Civil War
LIT 212 - American Literature after the Civil War
LIT 221 - British Literature to 1770
LIT 222 - British Literature since 1770
LIT 259 - Survey of African American Literature
MUS 120 - Music Appreciation
THE 105 - Theatre Appreciation
ARA, CHI, FRE, GER, ITA, JPN, RUS, or SPA level 211 or 212   
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMAT 121 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHI 111 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 112 - Ethics
PHIL 113 - Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
PSY 101 - General Psychology I
PSY 102 - General Psychology II
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 235 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologyAny ONE (1) of the following:
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology I
SOC 102 - Introduction to Sociology II
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMAT 135 - Introduction to Statistics
regis university-colorado
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT RU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
HES 438 - Nutrition Across the Lifespan
NR 350 - Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition
PE 413 - Principles of Exercise Performance and Sport Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Both of the following:
BL 254 - Introduction to Medical Microbiology 
BL 255 - Introduction to Medical Microbiology Laboratory
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following TWO (2) classes combined:
BL 274 - Human Anatomy 
BL 275 - Human Anatomy Laboratory
HES 374  - Applied Human Anatomy 
HS 375 Applied Human Anatomy Laboratory
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following TWO (2) classes combined:      
BL 276 - Human Physiology 
BL 277 - Human Physiology Laboratory
HES 376 - Applied Human Physiology 
HES 377 - Applied Human Physiology Laboratory
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CH 210 - General Chemistry I
CH 230 - General Chemistry II
CH 250 - Organic Chemistry I
Or both of the following:
CH 420 - Organic Chemistry II 
CH 421 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOM 210 - Speech Communication
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
EN 200 - Essentials of Effective Writing
EN 203 - Intermediate Composition
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HS 204 - World History and Sustainable Development since 1400
HS 213 - Survey of Western Civilization to 1600
HS 214 - Survey of Western Civilization since 1600
HS 224 - History of the United States since 1865
HS 232 - World History since 1500
HS 233 - History of the United States to 1877
HS 427 - 20th Century United States 1917-1945
HS 428 - United States History, 1945 to the Present
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
EN 323 - American Literature:  Survey to 1865
EN 353 - British Literature:  Survey to 1789
EN 324 - American Literature:  Survey 1865 to Present
EN 354 - British Literature:  Survey 1789 to Present
FAHS 211 - Art History:  Prehistory to the Proto-Renaissance
FAHS 212 - Art History Survey:  Renaissance to Present
HU 421 - Humanities in Contemporary Culture
HU 492E-W - Topics in Humanities
CHN, FR, GR, or SP level 309-A
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMT 201 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PL 225 - Logic and Reasoning
PL 250 - Introduction to Philosophy
PL 360 - Ethics
PL 482 - Elements of a Successful Argument
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPY 250 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPY 469 - Lifespan Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySO 200 - Introduction to Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsAny ONE (1) of the following:
HES 311 - Research Design and Statistics
MT 270 - Introduction to Statistics
MT 272 - Statistics for Life Sciences
university of colorado- Boulder
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT CU
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
IPHY 2420 - Nutrition for Health and Performance
IPHY 3340 - Clinical Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)EBIO 3400 - Microbiology
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Both of the following:
IPHY 3410 - Introduction to Human Anatomy
IPHY 3415 - Human Anatomy Laboratory
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Both of the following:
IPHY 3430 - Introduction to Human Physiology 
IPHY 3435 - Physiology Lab
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 1021 - Introductory Chemistry
CHEM 1113 - General Chemistry I
CHEM 1133 - General Chemistry II
CHEM 3311 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 3331 - Organic Chemistry II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOMM 1300 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ARSC 1080 - College Writing and Research
ENGL 1001 - Freshman Writing Seminar
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 1015 - History of the United States to 1865
HIST 1025 - History of the United States since 1865
HIST 1800 - Introduction to Global History
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANTH 1030 - Principles of Anthropology I
ANTH 1040 - Principles of Anthropology II
ARTH 1300 - History of World Art I
ARTH 1400 - History of World Art II
ARTH 1709 - Freshman Seminar:  Critical Introduction to Art History    
ENGL 1500 - Masterpieces of British Literature
ENGL 1600 - Masterpieces of American Literature
ENGL 1800 - American Ethnic Literatures
FILM 1502 - Introduction to Film Studies
HUMN 1110 - Introduction to Humanities:  Literature 1
HUMN 1120 - Introduction to Humanities:  Literature 2
HUMN 1210 - Introduction to Humanities:  Art and Music 1
HUMN 1220 - Introduction to Humanities:  Art and Music 2
HUMN 2100 - Arts, Culture, and Media
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMATH 1011 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
CLAS 1030 - Introduction to Western Philosophy:  Ancient
PHIL 1000 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1010 - Introduction to Western Philosophy:  Ancient
PHIL 1020 - Introduction to Western Philosophy:  Modern
PHIL 1110 - Ethics
PHIL 1440 - Introductory Logic
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSYC 1001 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSYC 3684 - Developmental Psychology
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOCY 1001 - Introduction to Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsAny ONE (1) of the following:
IPHY 2800 - Introduction to Statistics
MATH 2510 - Introduction to Statistics
university of colorado- colorado springs
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT UCCS
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
BIOL 2050 - Nutrition for Health Sciences
BIOL 4300 - Advanced Nutrition
HSCI 1060 - Personal Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)Both of the following:
BIOL 2030 - Microbiology 
BIOL 2130 - Microbiology Laboratory
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BIOL 2010 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 4350 - Human Anatomy
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
BIOL 2020 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 4360 - Human Physiology
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Please see the Platt College Registrar
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 1401 - General Chemistry I
CHEM 1411 - General Chemistry II
Or any ONE (1) of the following TWO (2) classes combined:
CHEM 3001 - Organic Chemistry 
CHEM 3002 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 3101 - Organic Chemistry I 
CHEM 3102 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 3111 - Organic Chemistry II 
CHEM 3112 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsCOMM 2100 - Public Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENGL 1310 - Rhetoric and Writing I:  Academic Reading and Analytical Writing
ENGL 1410 - Rhetoric and Writing II:  Argument and Research
Or both of the following:
ENGL 1300 - Rhetoric and Writing Stretch A 
ENGL 1305 - Rhetoric and Writing Stretch B
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 1510 - U.S.:  Birth of a Nation, 1607-1789
HIST 1520 - U.S.:  Expansion and Division, 1789-1877
HIST 1530 - U.S.:  Emergence of Modern America, 1865-1920
HIST 1540 - U.S.:  Recent America, 1918-Present
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
AH 1000 - Art Through the Ages, Part I
AH 1001 - Art Through the Ages, Part II
ANTH 1040 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ENGL 2600 - Literature:  The Global Perspective I
ENGL 2610 - Literature:  The Global Perspective II
FILM 1000 - Introduction to Film Studies
HUM 3030 - Humanities:  1848, The Rise of Modernity
THTR 1000 - Introduction to Theatre
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMATH 1040 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHIL 1000 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1020 - Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 1120 - Critical Thinking
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSY 1000 - General Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPlease see the Platt College Registrar
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOC 1100 - Introduction to Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsMATH 2810 - Introduction to Basic Statistics
university of northern colorado
COURSE AT PLATT COLLEGECOURSE AT UNC
BIOL 112 - Nutrition in Health and IllnessAny ONE (1) of the following:
FND 245 - Introduction to Nutrition
FND 250 - Principles of Nutrition
FND 252 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle
FND 357 - Nutrition in Health and Illness
FND 451 - Advanced Nutrition
BIOL 206 - Introduction to Microbiology (with lab)BIO 351 - Microbiology
BIOL 223 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)BIO 245 - Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology   
BIOL 224 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)Both of the following:
BIO 246 - Advanced Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIO 341 - Human Anatomy
BIOL 300 - Pathophysiology (with lab)Both of the following:
BIO 448 - Pathobiology
NURS 326 - Pathophysiology
CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (with lab)Any ONE (1) of the following:
CHEM 111 - Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM 112 - Principles of Chemistry II
CHEM 331 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 332 - Organic Chemistry II
COM 210 - Speech CommunicationsAny ONE (1) of the following:
COMM 211 - Argumentation and Debate
COMM 212 - Professional Speaking
ENG 121 - Reading and Writing in College IAny ONE (1) of the following:
ENG 122 - College Composition 
ENG 123 - College Research Paper
HS 150 - U.S. History and GovernmentAny ONE (1) of the following:
HIST 100 - Survey of American History from Its Beginnings to 1877
HIST 101 - Survey of American History from 1877 to the Present
HIST 120 - Western Civilization from Ancient Greece to 1689
HIST 121 - Western Civilization from 1689 to the Present 
HIS 121 - United States History to Reconstruction
HIST 334 - The United States and the World
HIST 396 - World History
HUM 101 - Arts and Culture: An Introduction to HumanitiesAny ONE (1) of the following:
ANT 110 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ART 190 - Art Appreciation
ENG 131 - Introduction to Literature
ENG 211 - Survey of American Literature
ENG 213 - Survey of British Literature
ENG 214 - British Literature II
ENG 236 - Ethnic American Literature
FILM 120 - Introduction to Film
FILM 210 - History of Film I
FILM 211 - History of Film II
HUM 130 - Introduction to Cultural Studies
MUS 140 - Introduction to Music
MUS 243 - History of Music I
MUS 244 - History of Music II
MUS 247 - Music Cultures of the World
THEA 130 - Introduction to the Theatre
ASL, FR, GER, JAPN, or SPA level 201 or 202
MAT 121 - College AlgebraMATH 124 - College Algebra
PHIL 112 - Critical ThinkingAny ONE (1) of the following:
PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 101 - Critical Thinking and Writing
PHIL 140 - Basic Logic
PHIL 350 - Ethics
PSY 101 - Introduction to PsychologyPSY 120 - Principles of Psychology
PSY 151 - Human Growth and DevelopmentPSY 230 - Human Growth and Development
SOC 101 - Introduction to SociologySOC 100 - Principles of Sociology
STAT 250 - Introduction to Applied StatisticsSTAT 150 - Introduction to Statistical Analysis

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