Learn more about this credit-granting partner, including how the courses will appear on your McMurry University transcript.
About McMurry University
Discover yourself at McMurry University. With individualized liberal arts and professional degrees, students chart their own paths to accomplishment, service, and success. At McMurry, we provide opportunities for every student to realize possibilities and experience new ways of thinking.
The University’s core values are Christian faith, personal relationships, learning, excellence, and service. The rich diversity of students and faculty creates a culture of openness and genuineness. The relatively small student body forges a real sense of community. Students receive individualized caring and support, beginning the first day of classes and continuing long after graduation. At McMurry, students of all backgrounds discover their potential and realize their dreams.
McMurry University is located in Abilene, Texas.
McMurry University is a member of NC-Sara (https://nc-sara.org/) where we may provide distance education opportunities to 49 states
McMurry 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||McMurry University Equivalency||Credit Hours|
|BIO 1303 Introduction to Biology||BIOL 1401 Principles of Biology||4|
|BIO 1311 Introduction to Biology Lab||BIOL 1401 LAB for Principles of Biology (included in lecture)||0|
|BUS 1203 Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship||BUSI 2310 Contemporary Business||3|
|CHEM 2103 Chemistry I||CHEM 1400 General Chemistry||4|
|CHEM 2111 Chemistry I Lab||CHEM 1400 LAB for General Chemistry (included in lecture)||0|
|COM 1103 Introduction to Communication||COMM 1310 Principles of Communication||3|
|ECON 2103 Microeconomics||ECON 2320 Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ENG 1303 Language and Composition||ENGL 1310 Composition and Rhetoric||3|
|ENG 2103 Literature and Composition||ENGL 1320 Composition and Literature||3|
|HIST 2103 US History I||HIST 2310 United States to 1877||3|
|HIST 2203 US History II||HIST 2320 United States Since 1865||3|
|HUM 1103 Introduction to Christianity||RELI 1330 Introduction to Christianity||3|
|HUM 1203 World Civilizations I||HIST 1310 World Civilization to 1500||3|
|HUM 1403 Introduction to Literature||ENGL 1320 Composition & Literature||3|
|HUM 2103 Old Testament||RELI 2330 Introduction to the Old Testament||3|
|ICT 1303 Introduction to Information Technology||COSC 1322 Intro to Computer Science & Info Technology||3|
|MATH 1103 Quantitative Analysis I||MATH 1315 Contemporary Math||3|
|MATH 1203 College Algebra||MATH 1311 College Algebra||3|
|MUS 1103 Music Appreciation||MUSI 2310 Music Appreciation||3|
|PHY 1103 Introduction to Physical Sciences||PHYS 1410 General Physics||4|
|PHY 1111 Introduction to Physical Sciences Lab||PHYS 1410 LAB for General Physics (included in lecture)||0|
|PSC 1103 American Government||POSC 2310 American National Government||3|
|PSY 1203 Principles of Psychology||PSYC 1340 General Psychology||3|