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1 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * More details on the program can be found at: B.A. in African-American and African Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* African-American Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 HUM 220 (Introduction to African-American Studies) 3 AAS 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements HIS 141 and 142 (African-American History I and II)33 HIAF 2000T or AAS 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3RELx or PHIL MUS or ART (1 transferable course) 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL 4 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

2 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the American Studies website: courses listed in blue on this sheet are appropriate for the Race and Ethnicity Concentration, for all other concentrations please contact B.A. in American Studies (Race and Ethnicity Concentration) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* American Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 HUM 211 and 212 (Survey of American Culture I and II) 33 HUMS 1000T and 2000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* HIS 141 and 142 (African-American History I and II) 3 3HIAF 2031 and 2000T HUM 215 (Native American Culture) or HUM 220 (Introduction to African-American Studies) 3 HUMS 2000T or AAS 1000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL or PHI (1 transferable course)3 RELx or PHIL MUS or ART (1 transferable course) 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL 4 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

3 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * The Anthropology Department usually allows only 6 credit hours of transfer credit to count toward the major. For more information on the Anthropology major, please visit: B.A. in Anthropology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Anthropology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 HIS 180 (Historical Archaeology) 3 ANTH 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* SOC 210 (Survey of Physical and Cultural Anthropology), SOC 211 or SOC 212 (Principles of Anthropology I or II) 3ANTH 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (1 transferable course) 4 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

4 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * The Anthropology Department usually allows only 6 credit hours of transfer credit to count toward the Archaeology major. For more information on the Archaeology major, please visit: B.A. in Archaeology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Archaeology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 HIS 180 (Historical Archaeology) 3 ANTH 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* SOC 210 (Survey of Physical and Cultural Anthropology), SOC 211 or SOC 212 (Principles of Anthropology I or II) 3ANTH 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (1 transferable course) 4 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

5 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the Art History major, please visit: B.A. in Art History Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Art History VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ART 101 and 102 (History and Appreciation of Art I and II) 33 ARTH 1051 and 1052 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* 1 additional elective course transferable to UVa‘s Art History Department 4 3ARTH ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for the REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa‘s History department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

6 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the Studio Art major, please visit: B.A. in Art, Studio Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Art, Studio VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ART 101 (History and Appreciation of Art I) 3 ARTH 1051 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ART 121 and 122 (Drawing I and II) 33ARTS 1610 and 2620 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for the REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa‘s History department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

7 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * The Astronomy Department evaluates each transfer student on a case-by-case basis. Students thinking about majoring are requested to contact the Astronomy Pre-Major Advisor regarding transferable courses and credits: B.A. in Astronomy Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Astronomy VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 (Calculus I) and MTH 274 (Calculus II)44MATH 1310 and MATH 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) 3 3 PHYS 2310 and 2320 NAS 131 (Astronomy I) 3 ASTR 1210 NAS 132 (Astronomy II) 3ASTR 1220 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL 4 MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit analyzer 4 PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3 HIST 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3See footnote 6 below Elective Course (1 transferable course) 4 3See transfer credit analyzer 4 Total Credits

8 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * The Astronomy Department evaluates each transfer student on a case-by-case basis. Students thinking about majoring are requested to contact the Astronomy Pre-Major Advisor regarding transferable courses and credits: B.A. in Astronomy-Physics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Astronomy-Physics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CSC 110 (Introduction to Computing)3CS 1010 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 273 (Calculus I) and MTH 274 (Calculus II)44MATH 1310 and MATH 1320 PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) 3 3 PHYS 2310 and 2320 NAS 131 (Astronomy I) 3 ASTR 1210 NAS 132 (Astronomy II) 3ASTR 1220 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL 4 MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit analyzer 4 PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3 HIST 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3See footnote 6 below Total Credits

9 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Biology Department’s Transfer Student information page for details: B.A. or B.S. in Biology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Biology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 271 (Applied Calculus I), MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1210, MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) 44 BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030 and 2040 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II) 4 4 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

10 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.A. or B.Sc. in Chemistry Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) (Calculus-based)44PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

11 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.Sc. in Chemistry (with Specialization in Biochemistry) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry – Biochemistry VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II)44BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

12 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.Sc. in Chemistry (with Specialization in Chemical Education) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry – Chemical Education VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) (Calculus-based)44PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

13 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.Sc. in Chemistry (with Specialization in Chemical Physics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry – Chemical Physics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) (Calculus-based)44PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 MTH 277 (Vector Calculus), MTH 279 (Ordinary Differential Equations) or MTH 291 (Differential Equations)4MATH 2310 or 3250 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

14 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.Sc. in Chemistry (with Specialization in Environmental Chemistry) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry – Environmental Chemistry VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) (Calculus-based)44PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

15 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Chemistry Department’s Undergraduate Studies information page for more details: B.Sc. in Chemistry (with Specialization in Materials) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Chemistry – Materials VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) (Calculus-based)44PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

16 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 4 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 5 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the Classics major, please visit: B.A. in Classics (Greek or Latin focus) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Classics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 LAT 101 and 102 (Elementary Latin I and II) 2 or GRE 101 and 102 (Introduction to Ancient Greek I and II) 2 33 LATI 1010 and 1020 or GREE 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* LAT 201 and 202 (Intermediate Latin I and II) 2 or GRE 201 and 202 (Intermediate Ancient Greek I and II) 2 33 LATI 2010 and 2020 or GREE 2010 and 2020 HIS 243 and 244 (History of the Ancient World I and II)3 3 HIEU 2031 and 2041 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 3 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 3 3MUSI, ARTS or ARTH Literature (1 transferable course) 4 - may be substituted for the REL/PHI or MUS/ART requirement See transfer credit evaluator 3 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnote 5 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 3 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 3 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses See transfer credit evaluator 3 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 3 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits15 60

17 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 Many first-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information, please visit the Comparative Literature website: B.A. in Comparative Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Comparative Literature VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ENG 255 (Major Writers in World Literature) 3 CPLT 200T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion), PHI (Philosophy), MUS (Music) or ART (Art or Art History) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx, PHIL, MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnote 5 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See footnote 4 below PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

18 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Computer Science degree can be found at: B.A. in Computer Science Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Computer Science VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 3 3 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* CSC 201 (Computer Science I) 4 CS 1110 CSC 202 (Computer Science II) 4CS 2110 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 1 transferable course in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 3CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

19 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Note: course transferred to UVa may satisfy prerequisites for this major; however, transferred courses do not count toward the 30 credit hours needed to satisfy the major itself. For more information please visit the Cognitive Science website: B.A. in Cognitive Science Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Cognitive Science VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 (Calculus I) 3 MATH 1310 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* CSC 201 (Computer Science I) 4CS 1110 PSY 201 (Introduction to Psychology I)3PSYC 1010 BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II)44BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030, 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science), or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 4 3ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC 1 transferable course in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 3CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

20 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 Many first-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. 6 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. * When students declare the major they will meet with the Drama Director of Undergraduate Programs to determine appropriate placement in acting courses at UVa. For more information, please visit the Drama website: B.A. in Drama Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Drama VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CST 131 and 132 (Acting I and II) 33 DRAM 1000T/2000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* CST 251 (Stage Lighting and Sound) or CST 252 (Costume and Make-up for the Theatre) or Any available Theatre Technology course 3DRAM 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion), PHI (Philosophy), or Literature 6 (1 transferable course) 4 3 See footnotes 4 and 6 below Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnote 5 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

21 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 While VCCS language courses will receive transfer credit as equivalent UVa courses, the DEAL-LC programs may still place students in lower-level language courses depending on student scores on departmental language placement tests. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * This major is offered by the Department of East Asian Languages, Literatures and Culture. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* DEALC - Chinese LangLit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHI 101 and 102 (Beginning Chinese I and II) 1 44CHIN 1010 and Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* CHI 201 and 202 (Conversational Chinese I and II) 1 33CHIN 2010 and REL 237 (Eastern Religions)3RELG 1040 HIS 255 (History of Chinese Culture and Institutions) 3 HIEA 2011 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTS or ARTH Literature (1 transferable course) 5 3 See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

22 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 While VCCS language courses will receive transfer credit as equivalent UVa courses, the DEAL-LC programs may still place students in lower-level language courses depending on student scores on departmental language placement tests. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * This major is offered by the Department of East Asian Languages, Literatures and Culture. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in Japanese Language and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* DEALC - Japanese LangLit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 JPN 101 and 102 (Beginning Japanese I and II) 1 44JAPN 1010 and Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* JPN 201 and 202 (Intermediate Japanese I and II) 1 33JAPN 2010 and REL 237 (Eastern Religions)3RELG 1040 HIS 256 (History of Japanese Culture and Institutions) 3 HIEA 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTS or ARTH Literature (1 transferable course) 5 3 See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

23 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 While VCCS language courses will receive transfer credit as equivalent UVa courses, the DEAL-LC programs may still place students in lower-level language courses depending on student scores on departmental language placement tests. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * This major is offered by the Department of East Asian Languages, Literatures and Culture. This Department allows a maximum of 15 credit hours to count for major credit. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in East Asian Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* East Asian Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 CHI 101 and 102 (Beginning Chinese I and II) or JPN 101 and 102 (Beginning Japanese I and II) 1 44 CHIN 1010 and or JAPN 1010 and Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* CHI 201 and 202 (Conversational Chinese I and II) or JPN 201 and 202 (Intermediate Japanese I and II) 1 33 CHIN 2010 and or JAPN 2010 and REL 237 (Eastern Religions)3RELG 1040 HIS 255 (History of Chinese Culture and Institutions) or HIS 256 (History of Japanese Culture and Institutions) 3 HIEA 2011 or HIEA 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTS or ARTH Literature (1 transferable course) 5 3 See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

24 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Potential ECON majors should consult the following detailed transfer guide: B.A. in Economics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Economics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 271 and 272 (Applied Calculus I and II) or MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 3 3 MATH 1210 and 1220 or MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) 33 STAT 1120 and STAT 2120 ECO 201 (Principles of Macroeconomics) and ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 33 ECON 2020 ECON 2010 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 6 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR, or SOC Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

25 1 To receive credit as an ENLT course at UVa, the VCCS course must have had 20 or fewer students AND you must have written at least 20 pages of formal literary analysis beyond journals, exams, reading responses, etc. 2 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 3 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 4 Many first-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 5 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information, please visit the Department of English website: B.A. in English Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* English VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ENG 243 (Survey of English Literature I) or 1 ENG 246 (Major American Writers) or 1 ENG 253 (Survey of African-American Literature I) or 1 ENG 271 (The Works of Shakespeare I) or 1 ENG 273 (Women in Literature I) 1 3 ENLT 2511 ENLT 2513 ENLT 2547 ENLT 2550 ENLT 2552 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion), PHI (Philosophy), MUS (Music) or ART (Art) (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnotes 4 and 6 below Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 5 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 5 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 5 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 5 3 HIST or HIxx Total of 3 transferable elective courses 5 333See transfer credit evaluator 5 PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 5 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

26 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Environmental Science Department’s website for information: B.A. in Environmental Science Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Environmental Science - BA VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 SCT 111 (Introduction to Environmental and Science Technology I)4EVSC 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 273 (Calculus I)4MATH 1310 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II) or BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) or PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) 44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 or BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030, 2040 or PHYS 2310 (+2030) and 2320 (+2040) BIO 270 (General Ecology) or ENV 220 (Environmental Problems)3 EVSC 1200 or EVSC 1080 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL 4 MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit analyzer 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33PSYC, ECON, PLxx, or SOC 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3 HIST 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3See footnote 6 below Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

27 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the Environmental Science Department’s website for information: B.S. in Environmental Science Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Environmental Science - BS VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 SCT 111 (Introduction to Environmental and Science Technology I)4EVSC 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II)44MATH 1310 and 1320 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II) or BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) or PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II) – a total of 4 transferable courses44 44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 or BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030, 2040 or PHYS 2310 (+2030) and 2320 (+2040) ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL 4 MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit analyzer 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33PSYC, ECON, PLxx, or SOC 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3 HIST 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3See footnote 6 below Total Credits

28 1 Only MTH 242 (STAT 2120) counts as a prerequisite for this major; however, MTH 241 is a VCCS prerequisite for MTH If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 3 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 4 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 5 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 6 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 7 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 5. * Potential ETP majors should consult the website: and contact the program coordinator for information.http://www.virginia.edu/etp/admission.html B.A. in Environmental Thought and Practice Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Environ. Thought and Practice VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) 33 STAT 1120 and STAT Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3ECON course transferable to the UVa Environmental Sciences Department 5 3EVSC ENG 111 (College Composition I) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 5 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 5 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 6 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 5 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 7 3 See footnote 7 below PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 5 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR, or SOC Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 5 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 5 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

29 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the French Language and Literature major, please visit: B.A. in French Language and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* French Language and Lit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 FRE 101 and 102 (Beginning French I and II) FREN 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* FRE 201 and 202 (Intermediate French I and II) 2 33FREN 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

30 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Although such courses may not be available at VCCS schools, the German program also recommends a course in advanced German grammar and a course in German literature if possible. For more information on the German Literature major, please visit: B.A. in German Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* German Literature VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 GER 101 and 102 (Beginning German I and II) GERM 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* GER 201 and 202 (Intermediate German I and II) 2 33GERM 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

31 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Although such courses may not be available at VCCS schools, the German program also recommends a course in advanced German grammar and a course in German literature if possible. For more information on the German Studies major, please visit: B.A. in German Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* German Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 GER 101 and 102 (Beginning German I and II) GERM 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* GER 201 and 202 (Intermediate German I and II) 2 33GERM 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

32 B.A. in Global Development Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Global Development Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3ECON 2010 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* 1 transferable “area” 1 course relevant to your topical or geographic area of interest3See footnotes 1 and 5 below ENG 111 (College Composition I) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 2 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 5 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 5 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 6 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 5 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 7 3 See footnote 7 below PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 5 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR, or SOC MTH 271 (Applied Calculus), MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1210, 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 5 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 5 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total of 2 transferable elective courses 5 33See transfer credit evaluator 5 Total Credits “Area” courses can come from any department. The purpose is to give background on a geographic area to be pursued as a research project in the major. 2 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 3 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 4 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 5 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 6 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 7 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 5. * Potential majors should consult for information on admission procedures for this program. Additional information can be found at:

33 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 Many first-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. 6 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. * Transfer students wishing to major in History should consult the section on transfer credit at: B.A. in History Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* History VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent or 3 (but not more than 4) History courses that transfer to UVa at the 2000-level (no more than 2 of these courses should be in the same geographic area of history) HIST, HIUS, HIEU – Courses in other geographic areas are also acceptable Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL 4 MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, DRAM, ARTH or ARTS 4 Literature (1 transferable course) 6 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit analyzer 4 MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnote 5 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

34 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Transfer students wishing to apply to the Human Biology Distinguished Majors Program must have a minimum 3.40 GPA and must contact the program director prior to the beginning of their first semester at UVa. For more information, please visit the Human Biology program website: B.A. in Human Biology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Human Biology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 241 or 242 (Statistics I or II) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 or 2120 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) 44 BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030 and 2040 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II) 4 4 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab) 4 4 CHEM and CHEM ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

35 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * This major is offered by the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. For more information on the Italian major, please visit: B.A. in Italian Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Italian VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ITA 101 and 102 (Beginning Italian I and II) ITAL 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* ITA 201 and 202 (Intermediate Italian I and II) 1 33ITAL 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

36 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Although not offered by VCCS schools, Hebrew language through the 2020 level is desirable, as is an introductory course on Jewish history specifically. For more information please visit: B.A. in Jewish Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Jewish Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 REL 238 (Western Religions)*3RELG 1010 Courses that May Help Students Prepare to Major* HIS 261 (Topics in Cultural Ethnicity I) or HIS 251/252 (History of Middle East Civilization I and II)*33 HIUS 2000T or HIME 2001/2002 Any foreign language through 202 level 2* Foreign languages through 2020 level* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

37 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Portuguese language is also an acceptable alternative for students at institutions that offer Portuguese language courses. For more information on the Latin American Studies major please visit: B.A. in Latin American Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Latin American Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 SPA 101 and 102 (Beginning Spanish I and II) SPAN 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* SPA 201 and 202 (Intermediate Spanish I and II) 1 33SPAN 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

38 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Linguistics majors come into the program through a number of different paths. Many come through the study of particular foreign languages; others come through the study of anthropology, cognitive psychology, or applied fields such as speech pathology or education. Experience in any of these areas, as well as in the study of an ancient or non-European language (e.g., Latin or Arabic) would be helpful background for students interested in majoring in Linguistics. Contact the Linguistics Program Director at the address listed on the Program course web page if you wish to consult about majoring in Linguistics at UVa. Students will need to have taken one Linguistics course before declaring the major. Please visit the Linguistics Program website for more information: B.A. in Linguistics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Linguistics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, DRAM, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR, SOC or ANTH Total Credits

39 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Mathematics program can be found at: B.A. in Mathematics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Mathematics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 3 3 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) or MTH 277 (Vector Calculus) 4MATH 2310 CSC 201 (Computer Science I) 4CS 1110 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 1 transferable course in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 3CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

40 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * This is a competitive major and very few transfer students are accepted into the program. For more information please visit the program website at and contact the Undergraduate Advisor at B.A. in Media Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Media Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ENG 120 (Survey of Mass Media)*3MDST 1000T Courses that May Help to Prepare for the Major* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 4 transferable elective courses See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

41 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. *Starting July 2011, four approved transfer courses may be applied toward the major. For more information on the Medieval Studies major and, please visit: B.A. in Medieval Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Medieval Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

42 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. 7 The two suggested History courses can be used to fulfill a requirement for the major. * Students transferring from schools that offer Hebrew or Persian may substitute either language for Arabic. VCCS schools currently do not offer Hebrew or Persian. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in Middle Eastern Languages and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* MESALC - ME Lang and Lit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ARA 101 and 102 (Beginning Arabic I and II) ARAB 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* ARA 201 and 202 (Intermediate Arabic I and II) 1 33ARAB 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 Suggested Courses: HIS 251 or HIST or Hixx HIME 2001 or PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

43 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. 7 The two suggested History courses can be used to fulfill a requirement for the major. * Students transferring from schools that offer Hebrew or Persian may substitute either language for Arabic. VCCS schools currently do not offer Hebrew or Persian. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* MESALC - ME Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 ARA 101 and 102 (Beginning Arabic I and II) ARAB 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* ARA 201 and 202 (Intermediate Arabic I and II) 1 33ARAB 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 Suggested Courses: HIS 251 or HIST or Hixx HIME 2001 or PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

44 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Persian, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, or Sanskrit qualify for this major. VCCS schools currently do not actively offer these languages. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in South Asian Languages and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* MESALC - South Asian LangLit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 Two Semesters of Beginning-level South Asian Language* and 1020 level courses Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* Two Semesters of Intermediate-level South Asian Language* and 2020 level courses ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

45 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Persian, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, or Sanskrit qualify for this major. VCCS schools currently do not actively offer these languages. For more information on the major, please visit: B.A. in South Asian Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* MESALC - South Asian Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 Two Semesters of Beginning-level South Asian Language* and 1020 level courses Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* Two Semesters of Intermediate-level South Asian Language* and 2020 level courses ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

46 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 Many first-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. 6 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. * Transfer students are encouraged to take coursework in music theory and gain experience in performance (e.g. ensemble participation or private lessons). For more information, please visit the Music program website: B.A. in Music Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Music VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent courses transferable to the UVa Music department* Courses that transfer as MUSI courses: See transfer credit evaluator* 4 Courses that May Help in Preparation for the Major* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion), PHI (Philosophy), or Literature 6 (1 transferable course) 4 3 See footnotes 4 and 6 below Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 5 3 See footnote 5 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

47 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Transfer students wishing to apply to the Neuroscience Distinguished Majors Program must have a minimum 3.40 GPA and must contact the program director prior to applying. For more information, please visit the program website: B.A. in Neuroscience Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Neuroscience VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 (Calculus I) 3 MATH 1310 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) 44 BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030 and 2040 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II) 4 4 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

48 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Philosophy courses (both 100-level and 200-level) at VCCS schools transfer to UVa at the 1000 level only. For more information, please visit the Philosophy program website: B.A. in Philosophy Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Philosophy VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 PHI 101 and 102 (Introduction to Philosophy I and II) or PHI 211 and 212 (History of Western Philosophy I and II)33 PHIL 1000/1000T or PHIL 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* 1 additional transferable Philosophy course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for MUS/ART requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST, HIUS 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

49 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on majoring Physics, see: B.A. in Physics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Physics – BA VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II)55PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) or MTH 277 (Vector Calculus) 4MATH 2310 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

50 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For students with two years of community college coursework that transfer to UVa in the Fall to pursue the B.S. in Physics, it is recommended that they take PHYS 2620 through UVa during the summer before their first Fall semester. This course is available online through Uva. For more information about this or on majoring in Physics, see: B.S. in Physics Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Physics – BS VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 173 and 174 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II) 4 4 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PHY 241 and 242 (University Physics I and II)55PHYS 2310, 2320, 2030, 2040 MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) or MTH 277 (Vector Calculus)4MATH 2310 MTH 279 (Ordinary Differential Equations) or MTH 291 (Differential Equations) 4MATH 3250 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

51 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * The PST program is a competitive program that accepts approximately 20 students per year. Many students transferring following their second year may find it difficult to gain admission to the program. Please visit the PST program website for more information on the major and its application requirements: B.A. in Political and Social Thought Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Political and Social Thought VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 PHI 211 (Introduction to Western Philosophy I) 3 PHIL 1000T Courses that May Assist in Preparation for the Major* ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3ECON 2010 HIS (1 transferable course) 4 3 HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS PHI 212 (Introduction to Western Philosophy II) 3PHIL 1000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 4 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLIR, PLPT, PLCP, or SOC MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

52 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Please visit the PPL program website for more information on the major: B.A. in Political Philosophy, Policy and Law Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Political Philosophy, Policy and Law VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 PHI 211 (Introduction to Western Philosophy I) 3 PHIL 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3ECON 2010 HIS (1 transferable course) 4 3 HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS PHI 212 (Introduction to Western Philosophy II) 3PHIL 1000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 4 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLIR, PLPT, PLCP, or SOC MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for the MUS/ART requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

53 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * You may also visit the Politics Department website for more information: B.A. in Foreign Affairs (Department of Politics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Politics – Foreign Affairs VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 PLS 120 (Introduction to Political Science) or PLS 140 (Introduction to Comparative Politics) 3 PLCP 1000T or PLCP 1010 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PSY or ECO (1 transferable course) 4 3PSYC or ECON HIS (1 transferable course) 4 3 HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS PLS 241 or PLS 242 (International Relations I or II) 3PLIR 1010 or PLIR 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

54 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * You may also visit the Politics Department website for more information: B.A. in Government (Department of Politics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Politics – Government VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 PLS 135 (American National Politics) or PLS 211 (U.S. Government I) 3 PLAP 1010 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PSY or ECO (1 transferable course) 4 3PSYC or ECON HIS (1 transferable course) 4 3 HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS PLS 212 (U.S. Government II) 3PLAP 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

55 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Pre-requisites taken at community colleges may not always be accepted by Health Professions schools. Please visit the Health Professions advising pages for more information: Pre-Health Professions: Medical, Dental, Veterinary, etc. (NOT a degree program) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students* Pre-Health Professions VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 271 and 272 (Applied Calculus I and II) or MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 33 MATH 1210 and 1220 or MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses recommended by Health Professions advising* BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) 44 BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030 and 2040 CHM 111 and 112 (College Chemistry I and II)44 CHEM 1410, 1411, 1420 and 1421 CHM (Organic Chemistry I plus Lab) and CHM (Organic Chemistry II plus Lab)44 CHEM and CHEM ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religious Studies) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Pol. Sci.) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to UVa History department) 4 3HIST or HIxx Total Credits

56 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Potential majors should consult the Psychology Undergraduate Handbook: B.A. in Psychology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Psychology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 271 and 272 (Applied Calculus I and II) or MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 3 3 MATH 1210 and 1220 or MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* PSY 200 (Principles of Psychology) or 201 (Introduction to Psychology I) 3 PSYC 1010 Total of 3 Psychology courses transferable to UVa’s Psychology Department at the 2000 level See transfer credit evaluator 4 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 6 3 ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR, or SOC Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 63CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

57 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Prospective majors must consult an advisor to plan their courses at UVa prior to declaring the major. For more information, please visit the Religious Studies program website: B.A. in Religious Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Religious Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 REL 238 (Western Religions)3RELG 1010 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* REL 237 (Eastern Religions)3REGL 1040 Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST, HIUS 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

58 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the Russian Language and Literature major, please visit: B.A. in Russian Language and Literature Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Russian Language and Lit VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 RUS 101 and 102 (Beginning Russian I and II) RUSS 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* RUS 201 and 202 (Intermediate Russian I and II) 2 33RUSS 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

59 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * For more information on the Russian Language and Literature major, please visit: B.A. in Russian and East European Studies Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Russian E. Europe Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 RUS 101 and 102 (Beginning Russian I and II) RUSS 1000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* RUS 201 and 202 (Intermediate Russian I and II) 2 33RUSS 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

60 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Transferred credits for SOC 1010 exempt a student from taking this course in the department; however, in this case the student must take another 3-credit sociology course at any level at UVa to make up the required number of credit hours. For more details, see the Sociology Undergraduate Handbook: B.A. in Sociology Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Sociology VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 SOC 201 (Introduction to Sociology I)* 3SOC 1010* Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, DRAM, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PLS (Political Science), PSY (Psychology) or ECO (Economics) (1 transferable course) 6 3 PSYC, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR, or ECON MTH 271 (Applied Calculus), or MTH 273 (Calculus I) or MTH 240 (Statistics) 3 MATH 1210, 1310 or STAT 1120 Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 Total Credits

61 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * In addition to the prerequisites listed here and prior to declaring the Spanish major, students must take SPAN 3010 at UVa. This major is offered by the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. For more information please visit: B.A. in Spanish Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Spanish VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 SPA 101 and 102 (Beginning Spanish I and II) SPAN 1010 and 1020 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* SPA 201 and 202 (Intermediate Spanish I and II) 1 33SPAN 2010 and 2020 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Mathematics – 1 transferable course) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL Total of 3 transferable elective courses 4 333See transfer credit evaluator 4 HIS (1 course transferable to UVa HIST department) 4 3 HIST or HIxx PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits

62 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Biostatistics program can be found at: B.A. in Biostatistics (Department of Statistics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Statistics – Biostatistics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 33 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) or MTH 243 and 244 (Probability and Statistics I and II) 3 3 STAT 1120 and 2120 or STAT 2000T MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) 4 MATH 2310 BIO 101 and 102 (General Biology I and II) 4 4BIOL 2010, 2020, 2030 and 2040 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

63 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Biostatistics program can be found at: B.A. in Econometrics (Department of Statistics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Statistics – Econometrics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 33 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) or MTH 243 and 244 (Probability and Statistics I and II) 3 3 STAT 1120 and 2120 or STAT 2000T MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) 4 MATH 2310 ECO 201 (Principles of Macroeconomics) and ECO 202 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 3ECON 2020 and ECON 2010 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (1 transferable course) 4 3PSYC, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC 2 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 33CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

64 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Biostatistics program can be found at: B.A. in Engineering Statistics (Department of Statistics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Statistics – Engineering Statistics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 33 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) 4 MATH 2310 MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) or MTH 243 and 244 (Probability and Statistics I and II) 3 3 STAT 1120 and 2120 or STAT 2000T ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total of 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 1 transferable course in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 3CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

65 1 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 2 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 3 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Further information on the Biostatistics program can be found at: B.A. in Mathematical Statistics (Department of Statistics) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Statistics – Mathematical Statistics VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 MTH 273 and 274 (Calculus I and II) 33 MATH 1310 and 1320 Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Requirements* MTH 241 and 242 (Statistics I and II) or MTH 243 and 244 (Probability and Statistics I and II) 3 3 STAT 1120 and 2120 or STAT 2000T MTH 275 (Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) 4 MATH 2310 ENG 111 (College Composition I) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 1 3 ENWR Academic Writing II Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level REL (Religion) or PHI (Philosophy) (1 transferable course) 4 3 RELx or PHIL MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3 MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below PSY (Psychology), ECO (Economics), PLS (Political Science) or SOC (Sociology) (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 33 PSYC, ECON, PLAP, PLCP, PLIR or SOC Total of 1 transferable elective course 4 3See transfer credit evaluator 4 1 transferable course in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 3CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST or HIUS Total Credits

66 1 Dual enrollment courses may not be used to fulfill the College of Arts and Sciences First Writing or Foreign Language requirements. SAT, AP, IB courses may qualify however. See for detailed information.http://artsandsciences.virginia.edu/undergrad/requirements/index.html 2 First-year foreign language courses at VCCS count as 5 credit hours per semester but only transfer to UVa as 4 credit hours each. 3 If either or both of these courses are taken as dual enrollment, you must also take ENG 210 (Advanced Composition) in order to qualify for guaranteed admission under the UVa-VCCS guaranteed admission agreement. 4 Transferable courses can be found using the Transfer Credit Evaluator at 5 Literature courses may be in Classics, Comparative Literature, English Lit, or Foreign Lit. See the transfer credit evaluator in footnote 4 for equivalences. 6 Courses that fulfill the Non-Western Perspective requirement are so noted on the Transfer Credit Evaluator in footnote 4. * Students will still be required to take SWAG 2100 once they are enrolled at UVa. Students interested in this major should contact the SWAG Director of Undergraduate Programs. For more information, please visit the SWAG program website: B.A. in Studies in Women and Gender (SWAG) Recommended Course of Study for Transfer Students Wishing to Major at UVa* Religious Studies VCCS Course VCCS Semester UVa Course Equivalent 1234 HUM 210 (Introduction to Women in the Humanities)3SWAG 2000T Courses that May Satisfy Basic Major Prerequisites* Any foreign language through 202 level Foreign languages through 2020 level ENG 111 (College Composition I) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing I ENG 112 (College Composition II) 3 3 ENWR Academic Writing II PHI (Philosophy) or REL (Religious Studies) (1 transferable course) 4 3 PHIL or RELG MUS (Music) or ART (1 transferable course) 4 3MUSI, ARTH or ARTS Literature (1 transferable course) 5 - may be substituted for either MUS/ART or REL/PHI requirement See transfer credit evaluator 4 Non-Western Perspective (1 transferable course) 6 3 See footnote 6 below MTH (Math - 1 transferable course beyond pre-calculus) 4 3 MATH or STAT Total of 3 transferable courses in Physical or Biological Sciences 4 333CHEM, PHYS, EVSC, ASTR and BIOL HIS (1 course transferable to the UVa History Department) 4 3HIAF, HIEA, HIEU, HILA, HIME, HISA, HIST, HIUS Total of 2 transferable elective courses 4 33See transfer credit evaluator 4 PSY, ECO, PLS, or SOC (2 transferable courses in separate departments) 4 3 3PSYC, ECON, PLCP, PLAP, PLIR or SOC Total Credits


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