Iowa Wesleyan University
Learn more about this credit-granting partner, including how the courses will appear on your Iowa Wesleyan University transcript.
About Iowa Wesleyan University
Founded in 1842, Iowa Wesleyan is a four-year coeducational college of liberal arts and sciences with a rich history of innovation in education; it is a pioneer in the sciences; and at the forefront of educational opportunities for women. With over 50% diversity on campus, students who attend IW have the unique opportunity to live and study on a rural campus with many students from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Committed to providing educational access for all, IW helps students navigate the complexities of financial aid, academics, and student life toward the goal of graduation. Iowa Wesleyan University is a transformational learning community whose passion is to educate, empower, and inspire students to lead meaningful lives and careers.
Iowa Wesleyan University is located in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Iowa Wesleyan University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Iowa Wesleyan University 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 Course||Iowa Wesleyan University Equivalency||Credit Hours|
|BIO 1303 Introduction to Biology||BIO 206: General Biology I||3|
|BIO 1311 Introduction to Biology Lab||Must be taken with lecture||1|
|BUS 1203 Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship||BA 100 Survey of Business||3|
|CHEM 2103 Chemistry I||CHEM 175: General Chemistry I with Laboratory||3|
|CHEM 2111 Chemistry I Lab||Must be taken with lecture||1|
|CHIN 2105 Chinese I*||IS 110: Chinese I||3|
|COL 1101 College Readiness||OAS 105: Introduction to College Learning||1|
|COM 1103 Introduction to Communication||COMM 147: Introduction to Public Speaking||3|
|ECON 2103 Microeconomics||ECN 101: Microeconomics||3|
|ENG 1100 Introductory Reading and Writing *||ENG 100: Fundamentals of English||3|
|ENG 1303 Language and Composition||ENG 109: College Composition||3|
|ENG 1403 Research and Composition||ENG 110: College Research||3|
|ENG 2103 Literature and Composition||ENG 201: Survey of Literature||3|
|HIST 2103 US History I||HIST 125: U.S. History Survey, 1607-1877||3|
|HIST 2203 US History II||HIST 126: U.S. History Survey, 1877-present||3|
|HUM 1103 Introduction to Christianity||REL 100: Introduction to Christianity||3|
|HUM 1203 World Civilizations I||HIST 173: Western Civilization to 1350||3|
|HUM 2103 Old Testament||REL 103: Old Testament||3|
|ICT 1303 Introduction to Information Technology||CS 100: Introduction to Information Technology||3|
|LATN 2105 Latin I||IS 111: Latin I||3|
|MATH 1103 Quantitative Analysis I||MATH 102 Math for Life||3|
|MATH 1203 College Algebra||MATH 102: Math for Life||3|
|MUS 1103 Music Appreciation||MUS 225 Survey of Musical Literature||3|
|PHY 1103 Introduction to Physical Sciences||PHYS 210: General Physics I||3|
|PHY 1111 Introduction to Physical Sciences Lab||Must be taken with lecture.||1|
|PSC 1103 American Government||GOV 105: American Government||3|
|PSY 1203 Principles of Psychology||PSYC 131: General Psychology||3|
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