Transfer Equivalencies Tool
Use the transfer equivalencies tool to see how courses taken at other institutions transfer to UNC Asheville.
Note: This system reflects previously approved course equivalents at UNC Asheville. If you do not see a specific institution or course listed, please contact the Transfer Evaluator in the Registrar's office to determine possible equivalencies.
Advanced Placement (AP) Credit
International Baccalaureate (IB) Credit
IB Examinations with UNC Asheville Equivalencies - Effective Fall 2020
Cambridge International (AS & A level) Credit
Cambridge International with UNC Asheville Equivalencies - Effective Fall 2020
College Level Examination (CLEP) Credit
CLEP Examinations with UNC Asheville Equivalencies
Passage of CLEP exams is defined as scoring at the 50th percentile or above, which requires a score of 500 or better. A total of 3 semester hours of credit is awarded for each of the exams below with the required score. A combined total of no more than 30 semester hours of credit for CLEP and PEP exams may be accepted by UNC Asheville.
Note: Current students wishing to take one or more CLEP exams must obtain prior approval from the Office of the Registrar by submitting a Visiting Permission form. Students who have earned 90 or more semester hours, or if the hours earned from the CLEP exam(s) will cause the student to exceed 90 hours, must consult with the Office of the Registrar to request special permission.
UNCA Equivalency (w/required score)
Note: Equivalencies are subject to change without notice.
|Accounting, Financial||ACCT 215|
|American Government||Individually evaluated by department|
|American Literature||LIT 324|
|Analyzing & Interpreting Literature||LIT 240|
|Business Law, Introductory||MGMT Elective|
|Composition, College||LANG 120|
|Composition Modular, College||LANG 120|
|Educational Psychology, Intro to||PSYC 319|
|English Literature||LIT Elective|
|French Language (Levels 1 and 2)||Second Language Requirement|
|German Language (Levels 1 and 2)||Second Language Requirement|
|History of the U.S. I:Early Colonization to 1877||HIST 101|
|History of the U.S. II:1865 to Present||HIST 102|
|Human Growth and Development||PSYC 214|
|Information Systems and Computer Applications||MGMT Elective|
|Macroeconomics, Principles of||ECON 103|
|Management, Principles of||MGMT Elective|
|Marketing, Principles of||MGMT 250|
|Microeconomics, Principles of||ECON 103|
|Natural Sciences||General Elective|
|Psychology, Introductory||PSYC 100|
|Social Sciences and History||General Elective|
|Sociology, Introductory||SOC 100|
|Spanish Language (Levels 1 and 2)||Second Language Requirement|
|Western Civilization I:Ancient Near East to 1648||HUM 124 or HIST Elective|
|Western Civilization II:1648 to Present||HUM 214 or HIST Elective|