Learn more about this credit-granting partner, including how the courses will appear on your Salem University transcript.
About Salem University
We’ve been providing high-quality, career-building liberal arts degree programs since 1888. That’s more than 125 years of helping students just like you – from business pros to politicians – prepare for better, brighter futures. At the center of all we do is our commitment to student success. You will have a student success advisor that will partner with you as you chart your course, and progress to your ultimate destination – your college graduation. Our campus is powered by student life and is full of the energy that comes with being a proud student oriented institution. Our sports teams compete in NCAA Div. II, our library is ready for a study session, and our student organizations build connectivity.
Salem University is located in Salem, West Virginia.
Salem University (Salem) has been accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1963(when it was known as the North Central Association).
Salem 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||Salem University Equivalency||Credit Hours|
|BIO 1303 Introduction to Biology||BIO 110 General Biology||3|
|BIO 1311 Introduction to Biology Lab||BIO112 General Biology Lab||1|
|BUS 1203 Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship||BUS110 Survey of Business||3|
|CHEM 2103 Chemistry I||CHM110 Chemistry 1||3|
|CHEM 2111 Chemistry I Lab||CHM112 General Chemistry Lab||1|
|COL 1101 College Readiness||COM110 Critical Skills, Reasoning, and Research for Student Success||1|
|COM 1103 Introduction to Communication||COM104 Principles of Human Communication||3|
|ECON 2103 Microeconomics||ECO255 Survey of Economics||3|
|ENG 1100 Introductory Reading and Writing||Lower Level Elective||3|
|ENG 1303 Language and Composition||ENG101 Written English||3|
|ENG 1403 Research and Composition||ENG102 Research & Writing For Effective Communication||3|
|ENG 2103 Literature and Composition||ENG102 Written English 2||3|
|HIST 2103 US History I||HIS153 US History||3|
|HIST 2203 US History II||HIS154 US History 2||3|
|HUM 1103 Introduction to Christianity||FNA111 Fine Arts Elective||3|
|HUM 1203 World Civilizations I||HIS125 World History||3|
|HUM 1403 Introduction to Literature||ENG 203 Multicultural Literature|
|HUM 2103 Old Testament||FNA111 Fine Arts Elective||3|
|HUM 2203 Survey of The New Testament||FNA111 Fine Arts Elective||3|
|ICT 1303 Introduction to Information Technology||COM102 Professional Communications and Technology||3|
|LATN 2105 Latin I||Lower Level Elective||3|
|MATH 1103 Quantitative Analysis I||MAT125 College Mathematics||3|
|MATH 1203 College Algebra||MAT109 College Algebra||3|
|MUS 1103 Music Appreciation||FNA202 World Music||3|
|PHY 1103 Introduction to Physical Sciences||PHY110 General Physics||4|
|PHY 1111 Introduction to Physical Sciences Lab||PHY112 General Physics Lab||0|
|PSC 1103 American Government||PSC100 American Government and Politics||3|
|PSY 1203 Principles of Psychology||PSY100 Introduction to Psychology||3|