The Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) indicates how Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona accept transfer coursework (courses numbered 100 to 299) from Arizona public community and tribal colleges. In the CEG, the term “equivalency” does not mean that an Arizona public community college course is identical to the Arizona public university course, rather the course is considered to fulfill the requirements of the designated target institution course requirements. The CEG includes the course evaluation by each Arizona public university, which reflects how the universities accept the course credit. In some cases, the universities have designated the acceptability of courses toward general education requirements. The course evaluation and/or general education designation listed in the CEG is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. Courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to transfer.

The CEG also identifies courses that fulfill Arizona General Education (AGEC) requirements, are available for dual enrollment, are Shared Unique Number (SUN) courses, and/or are eligible for credit by exam with icons representing these designations.

Applicability of the transfer credit to completion of major requirements at the universities is not indicated in the CEG. The department or college of the Arizona public university in which a student is pursuing a degree determines applicability of transfer credit toward completion of baccalaureate degree requirements.

Course Equivalency Guide


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