Credit-Granting Partner
College of Mount Saint Vincent

Learn more about this credit-granting partner, including how the courses will appear on your College of Mount Saint Vincent transcript.

About College of Mount Saint Vincent

Founded by the Sisters of Charity of New York, the College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, independent liberal arts college. The College combines a strong undergraduate core curriculum with a full array of majors in the liberal arts and, within the tradition of liberal education, selected professional fields of study.
At Mount Saint Vincent, a student’s education extends beyond knowledge, skills, and preparation for work. We seek the development of the whole person. We foster an understanding of our common humanity, a commitment to human dignity, and a full appreciation of our obligations to each other.

College of Mount Saint Vincent is located in Riverdale, NY.

College of Mount Saint Vincent is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)

College of Mount Saint Vincent Course Equivalencies

Each credit-granting partner has their own grading scale. Some consider everything above a 90% to be an A, while some partners consider 90-92% to be an A-, for example. Please reach out to your credit-granting partner to find out what grading scale they use.

TEL CourseCollege of Mount Saint Vincent EquivalencyCredit Hours
BIO 1303 Introduction to BiologyNSCI 199 Natural Science Elective3
BIO 1311 Introduction to Biology LabIncluded with lecture0
BUS 1203 Introduction to Business and EntrepreneurshipBUSN 105 Principles of Management3
CHEM 2103 Chemistry INSCI 199 Natural Science Elective3
CHEM 2111 Chemistry I LabIncluded with lecture0
COM 1103 Introduction to CommunicationCOMM 110 Introduction to Human Communication3
ECON 2103 MicroeconomicsECON 220 Microeconomics3
ENG 1303 Language and CompositionENG 110 Writing in Context I3
ENG 1403 Research and CompositionENG 120 Writing in Context II3
HIST 2103 US History IHIST 199 History Elective3
HIST 2203 US History II HIST 199 History Elective3
HUM 1103 Introduction to ChristianityRELS 208 Intro to Religious Studies3
HUM 1203 World CivilizationsHIST 214 Shaping of the Modern World3
HUM 1303 Philosophy of LifePHIL 199 Philosophy Elective3
HUM 1403 Introduction to LiteratureENG 199 English Elective3
HUM 2103 Old TestamentRELS 199 Religion Elective3
HUM 2203 Survey of The New TestamentRELS 199 Religion Elective3
HUM 2303 Stories of The New TestamentRELS 199 Religion Elective3
MATH 1103 Quantitative Analysis IMATH 102 Mathematical Modeling3
MATH 1203 College AlgebraMATH 199 Mathematics Elective3
MUS 1103 Music AppreciationART 211 Fine Arts Music3
PHY 1103 Introduction to Physical SciencesNSCI 199 Natural Science Elective3
PHY 1111 Introduction to Physical Sciences LabNSCI 199 Natural Science Elective1
PSC 1103 American GovernmentHIST 199 – History Elective3
PSY 1203 Principles of PsychologyPSYC 103 – Introduction to Psychology I3

 

 

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