|CHS Course||College/Credit||College Course Name||College Course Number||Teacher|
|Anatomy & Physiology for Health Professions||CWI/4&4||Human Anatomy and Physiology I/II||BIO 227/L & BIO 228/L||Burfeind|
|Political Philosophy||NNU/3||American National Politics||POLS 1010||Hauge|
|English 101||CWI/3||English 101||ENGL 101||Morgan|
|English 175||CWI/3||Intro to Literary Genres||ENGL 175||Morgan|
|Pre-Calculus||CWI/5||College Algebra & Trigonometry||MATH 147||Johnson|
|Chemistry||BSU/4||Essentials of Chemistry||CHEM 101||Kendall|
|NNU/3||Intro to Engineering||ENGR 1010||Zattiero|
|Computer Aided Drafting||NNU/3||Engineering Graphics and Design||ENGR 1050||Zattiero|
|Spanish III||BSU/4&4||Elementary Spanish I & II||SPAN 101 & 102||Vega|
|Spanish IV||BSU/4||Intermediate Spanish I||
|Spanish/Native Speakers||BSU/4||Intermediate Spanish for the Native or Near-Native Speaker||SPAN 202||Vega|
|Wealth Management||TVCC/3||Personal Finance||BA 218||Schneiderman|
|Principles of Business Management||TVCC/4||Intro to Business||BA 101||Schneiderman|
|AP U.S. History||CWI/3&3||US History I & II||HIST 112 & 111||Wurtz|
How Dual Credits transfer:
Below you will find links to the course equivalency, for the dual credit classes, for Boise State, University of Idaho, and Idaho State University. You will also find the links to the Idaho Course Transfer guide and the current transfer guide for BYU. For any other school please check on their website or with their admissions office for their course equivalency.
Click here for the Idaho Course Transfer guide. The Course Transfer Guide will help students navigate transfer of credits across Idaho institutions
**Most courses taken for dual credit will transfer seamlessly to other Idaho institutions, however this is ultimately at the discretion of the receiving institution. More information on transfer-ability between Idaho institutions can be found on the Idaho Course Transfer website. Idaho institutions have General Education Matriculation (GEM) stamped courses that tend to transfer most flexibly. If a student isn’t particularly sure which major they hope to pursue, GEM stamped courses are highly recommended.
If a student plans to attend a private or out of state school, it is advised to contact the final school to ask how Idaho post-secondary credits will be accepted. Each institution will have transfer guides and articulation agreements that can assist with this.