Admissions

Admission to the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development is highly selective. Candidates are accepted on the basis of predicted success in the specific program in which they are interested. If the applicant meets formal requirements for the course of their choice, the applicant’s capacity for successful undergraduate work is measured through careful consideration of secondary school records; the personal essay; recommendations from guidance counselors, teachers, and others. Certain programs also require an audition, interview or creative portfolio.

New York University attracts students with a wide range of interests, talents, and goals, as well as social and economic backgrounds. Particular attention is paid to the degree to which candidates have made effective use of the opportunities available to them, however great or limited those opportunities may have been. In addition to academic success, evidence of character and maturity are regarded as essential in potential students who hope to benefit fully from the unique offerings of the University and its urban environment. Participation in meaningful school and community activities is an important factor.

Applicants for admission who are uncertain which specific school or college of the University offers the program they desire may obtain information and guidance through the Admissions website or by telephone, 212-998-4500.

Advanced Placement Equivalencies

NYU Steinhardt Core Curriculum

Advanced Placement Examination Score Credits Steinhardt Core Area Satisfied CAS Equivalent
Art History 4 4 Expressive Culture No Course Equivalent1
Art History 5 4 Expressive Culture ARTH-UA 1 or ARTH-UA 22
Biology 4, 5 8 Physical/Life Science BIOL-UA 11, BIOL-UA 123
Calculus AB 4, 5 4 Quantitative Reasoning MATH-UA 1214
Calculus BC 4, 5 4 Quantitative Reasoning MATH-UA 1214
Calculus BC 5 8 Quantitative Reasoning MATH-UA 121, MATH-UA 1224
Chemistry 4, 5 8 Physical/Life Science CHEM-UA 125, CHEM-UA 126/CHEM-UA 127, CHEM-UA 1285
Chinese Language and Culture 4, 5 4 Foreign Language EAST-UA 20 47
Computer Science A 4, 5 4 Quantitative Reasoning CSCI-UA 101
Computer Science Principles 4, 5 4 Liberal Arts Elective No Course Equivalent6
English Literature 4, 5 4 Expressive Culture No Course Equivalent
English Language No Credit No Credit
Environmental Science 4, 5 4 Physical/Life Science No Course Equivalent7
European History 4, 5 4 Texts and Ideas No Course Equivalent8
French Language and Culture 4, 5 4 Foreign Languages FREN-UA 30
German Language and Culture 4, 5 4 Foreign Languages GERM-UA 49
Human Geography No Credit No Credit
Italian Language and Culture 4,5 4 Foreign Languages ITAL-UA 12
Japanese Language and Culture 4, 5 4 Foreign Languages EAST-UA 25010
Latin 4, 5 4 Expressive Culture or Foreign Languages CLASS-UA 611
Macroeconomics 4, 5 4 Societies and the Social Sciences ECON-UA 111
Microeconomics 4, 5 4 Societies and the Social Sciences ECON-UA 212
Music Theory 4, 5 4 Liberal Arts Elective No Course Equivalent11
Physics 1: Algebra-based 4, 5 4 Physical/Life Science No Course Equivalent12
Physics 2: Algebra-based 4, 5 4 Physical/Life Science No Course Equivalent12
Physics B 5 10 Physical/Life Science No Course Equivalent12
Physics B 4 5 Physical/Life Science No Course Equivalent12
Physics C — Mechanical 4, 5 5 or 3 Physical/Life Science PHYS-UA 11 or PHYS-UA 9112
Physics C — Electricity and Magnetism 4, 5 5 or 3 Physical/Life Science PHYS-UA 12 or PHYS-UA 9312
Politics — US Government and Politics 4, 5 4 Societies and the Social Sciences No Course Equivalent13
Politics---Comparative Government and Politics 4, 5 4 Societies and the Social Sciences No Course Equivalent13
Psychology 4, 5 4 Societies and the Social Sciences PSYCH-UA 1
Spanish Language and Culture 4, 5 4 Foreign Languages SPAN-UA 414
Spanish Literature and Culture 4 4 Foreign Languages or Expressive Culture SPAN-UA 10015
Spanish Literature and Culture 5 4 Foreign Languages or Expressive Culture SPAN-UA 100 or SPAN-UA 20 0110
Statistics 4, 5 4 Quantitative Reasoning PSYCH-UA 1014,15
Studio Art No Credit No Credit
US History 4, 5 4 Texts and Ideas No Course Equivalent8
World History 4, 5 4 Texts and Ideas No Course Equivalent8
1

Does not count towards the major or minor in art history or exempt students from either ARTH-UA 1 History of Western Art I or ARTH-UA 2 History of Western Art II.

2

Students who major in art history are exempt from both ARTH-UA 1 History of Western Art I and ARTH-UA 2 History of Western Art II, and the AP credit counts as one course for the major. AP credit never counts toward the minor.

3

Prehealth students cannot use AP credits to place out of BIOL-UA 11 Principles of Biology I, BIOL-UA 12 . Students who are not prehealth can apply these credits toward majors and minors in the Department of Biology.

4

Economics majors cannot use AP credit in calculus for any or all of the Mathematics for Economics I, II, III sequence (MATH-UA 211 , MATH-UA 212 , MATH-UA 213 ).

5

Does not count toward any majors or minors in the Departments of Biology and Chemistry, and cannot serve as a co- or pre-requisite to any course in either department. Prehealth students cannot use AP credits to place out of CHEM-UA 125 General Chemistry I & Laboratory, CHEM-UA 126 General Chemistry II & Laboratory/CHEM-UA 127 , CHEM-UA 128 . Not equivalent to CHEM-UA 129 Accelerated General Chemistry.

6

Does not count toward any major or minor in computer science.

7

Credit does not count toward the major or minor in environmental studies.

8

Credit can count as an elective toward the history major but not toward the history minor. No more than 4 AP credits can be applied toward the major.

9

Credit does not reduce the number of courses required for the German major.

10

AP credits in Chinese and Japanese satisfy the Core requirement in foreign language but cannot be used for placement in the correct level of study. Students who plan to register for Chinese or Japanese at NYU must take the CAS placement exam. Credits cannot be applied to the East Asian studies major or minor.

11

Counts as elective credit toward the baccalaureate degree, but the credits do not count toward the Music major or minor.

12

Students cannot receive credit for either or both of Physics 1, 2 and Physics C. Prehealth students cannot use AP credits to place out of PHYS-UA 11 General Physics I, PHYS-UA 12 General Physics II. Physics 1 and/or 2 do not count toward any majors or minors in the Department of Physics. Potential physics majors may discuss their Physics C credits with that department for possible placement out of PHYS-UA 91 Physics I and PHYS-UA 93 Physics II (but not out of the associated labs PHYS-UA 71 Introductory Experimental Physics I and PHYS-UA 72 Introductory Experimental Physics II). Physics majors granted this exemption are required to take one or more additional advanced PHYS-UA electives. Students who are not prehealth may apply Physics C credits toward one or both terms of the Department of Chemistry’s General Physics I and II requirement.

13

Students may count 8 AP units (the equivalent of two courses) toward the politics major and 4 AP units (the equivalent of one course) toward the minor. None of these credits can substitute for any specific departmental course or requirement (such as one of the Core requirements); they simply count as generic POL-UA credit.

14

Satisfies the first term of the psychology major’s statistics requirement and counts toward the major.

15

Credit counts toward the major in sociology, but does not count toward the majors in Economics and International Relations or toward the minor in Business Studies.

Additional Notes

  • 1Students cannot earn credit for the same subject matter in any combination of AP, IB, A Level, and/or other international exams. No credit is awarded for the AP Seminar and Research courses in the AP Capstone program.
  • 11Students wishing to continue Latin must consult the Classics Department for proper placement. AP credit will not reduce the number of courses required for the major or minor.
  • 12AP credit in economics satisfies the ECON-UA 1 and 2 requirements of: the major and minor in economics; the major in international relations; and the minor in business studies.
  • 15Students who intend to enroll in Spanish must register for Advanced Grammar and Composition (SPAN-UA 100) and on the first day of classes take an in-class exam to finalize proper course placement. This may result in dropping to a lower level and losing the AP credit. AP scores over 18 months old cannot be used for placement.
  • 16Students who intend to enroll in Spanish must take an advanced language placement exam at the Spanish Department (not the online placement) and consult with the director of the Spanish language program. AP scores over 18 months old cannot be used for placement.
  • 17Students may only receive credit for SPAN-UA 200 with approval of the director of the Spanish language program. Students who intend to enroll in Spanish must take an advanced language placement exam at the Spanish Department (not the online placement) and consult with the director. AP scores over 18 months old cannot be used for placement.

For additional information students should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or by telephone at 212-998-4500.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher Level Examinations

See footnotes 1 and 2.

In accordance with New York University policy, Steinhardt students may receive college credit toward their degree for scores of 6 or 7 in High Level (HL) exams, never for Standard Level (SL). Students cannot earn credit for the same subject matter in any combination of AP, IB, A Level, and/or other international exams.

Examination Score Credits Course Equivalent
Analysis and Approaches (mathematics; first examined in 2021) 6 8 MATH-UA 121 (for 4 of the points)2A
Analysis and Approaches (mathematics; first examined in 2021) 7 8 MATH-UA 121 and MATH-UA 1222A
Applications and Interpretation (mathematics; first examined in 2021) 6, 7 8 MATH-UA 121 (for 4 of the points)2A
Arabic A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Biology 6, 7 8 BIOL-UA 11, BIOL-UA 124
Business and Management - - No course equivalent
Chemistry 6, 7 8 CHEM-UA 125, CHEM-UA 126/CHEM-UA 127, CHEM-UA 1285
Chinese A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent6
Chinese B 6, 7 8 EAST-UA 203, EAST-UA 2046
Classical Greek 6, 7 8 CLASS-UA 9, CLASS-UA 107
Computer Science 6, 7 8 CSCI-UA 101, CSCI-UA 1028
Dance - - No course equivalent
Design Technology - - No course equivalent
Economics 6, 7 8 ECON-UA 1, ECON-UA 29
English Literature A or English Language and Literature A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent10
Film - - No course equivalent
French A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
French B 6, 7 8 FREN-UA 11, FREN-UA 12
Geography 6, 7 8 No course equivalent
German A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
German B 6, 7 8 GERM-UA 3, GERM-UA 4
Global Politics 6, 7 8 No course equivalent11
Hebrew A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Hebrew B 6, 7 8 HBRJD-UA 3, HBRJD-UA 43
Hindi A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
History 6, 7 8 No course equivalent12
Indonesian A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent
Information Technology in a Global Society - - No course equivalent
Italian A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Italian B 6, 7 8 ITAL-UA 11, ITAL-UA 12
Japanese A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent6
Japanese B 6, 7 8 EAST-UA 249, EAST-UA 2506
Korean A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent6
Korean B 6, 7 8 EAST-UA 256, EAST-UA 2576
Latin 6, 7 8 CLASS-UA 5, CLASS-UA 67
Mathematics (discontinued; last examined in 2020) 6, 7 8 MATH-UA 121 (for 4 of the points)13
Music - - No course equivalent
Persian A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Philosophy 6, 7 8 PHIL-UA 1 (for 4 of the points if a 7 is earned)16
Physics 6, 7 8 No course equivalent14
Portuguese A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Portuguese B 6, 7 8 PORT-UA 3, PORT-UA 43
Psychology 6, 7 8 PSYCH-UA 1 (for 4 of the points)15
Social and Cultural Anthropology 6, 7 8 ANTH-UA 1 (for 4 of the points)
Russian A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Russian B 6, 7 8 RUSSN-UA 3, RUSSN-UA 43
Spanish A 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Spanish B 6, 7 8 SPAN-UA 3, SPAN-UA 43A
Theater - - No course equivalent
Turkish A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Urdu A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent3
Vietnamese A or B 6, 7 8 No course equivalent
Visual Arts - - No course equivalent
1

Credit is only awarded for High Level (HL) exams, never for Standard Level (SL). Students cannot earn credit for the same subject matter in any combination of AP, IB, A Level, and/or other international exams.

2

IB HL 6,7 in any foreign language satisfies the College Core Curriculum requirement. A language denoted as “B” was studied as a second language; one denoted as “A” is one’s native language, or a language in which one has near-native fluency. “B” language credits are intermediate level and “A” language credits are post-intermediate. Students with “A” language credits who intend to register for the language must first take the CAS placement exam or consult with the department.

2A

These subjects were examined for the first time in May 2021; they replace:

  • Mathematics (last examined in November 2020, now discontinued)
  • Further Mathematics (last examined in May 2020 and also discontinued)

All satisfy the Core Quantitative Reasoning requirement. Students using a score of 7 on the Analysis and Approaches exam to enter Calculus III are advised to review polar coordinates and parametric equations. Students majoring in economics cannot use credits for MATH-UA 131 Mathematics for Economics I, MATH-UA 132 Mathematics for Economics II, or MATH-UA 133 Mathematics for Economics III.

3

Students who intend to register for this language at NYU must take the CAS placement examination; the IB credits cannot be used for placement. Spanish IB scores over 18 months old cannot be used for placement.

3A

Students who are not native speakers and intend to continue studying Spanish may register for SPAN-UA 50 . On the first day of classes they will take an in-class exam to finalize proper course placement. This may result in dropping to a lower level and losing the IB credit. IB scores over 18 months old cannot be used for placement. Students who are native speakers and intend to continue studying Spanish will need to take a written assessment with the director of the language program (spanish.dlp@nyu.edu) to finalize placement.

4

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. Prehealth students cannot use IB credits to place out of BIOL-UA 11 Principles of Biology I, BIOL-UA 12 . Students who are not prehealth should consult the Department of Biology about possibly counting these credits towards majors and minors in that department.

5

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. IB credit in chemistry will not count toward any majors or minors in the Departments of Biology and Chemistry, and cannot serve as a co- or prerequisite to any course in either department. Prehealth students cannot use IB Chemistry to place out of CHEM-UA 125 General Chemistry I & Laboratory, CHEM-UA 126 General Chemistry II & Laboratory/CHEM-UA 127 ,CHEM-UA 128 . Not equivalent to CHEM-UA 129 Accelerated General Chemistry, which is taught at a higher level than in the IB program.

6

Students who intend to register for Chinese, Japanese, or Korean at NYU must take the CAS placement examination; the IB credits cannot be used for placement. IB credits cannot be applied to the East Asian studies major or minor.

7

Students who intend to register for ancient Greek or Latin at NYU must consult the classics department for proper placement. IB credit will not reduce the number of courses required for a classics major or minor.

8

Students planning a major or minor in computer science must consult with the department about proper placement and possible counting of IB credits towards departmental requirements.

9

IB credit in economics satisfies the ECON-UA 1 Introduction to Macroeconomics and ECON-UA 2 Introduction to Microeconomics requirements of: the major and minor in economics; the major in international relations; and the minor in business studies.

10

No credit is awarded for any English B exam. Anglophone students are not permitted to take any English A examination.

11

Students may count eight IB credits (the equivalent of two courses) towards the politics major and four IB points (the equivalent of one course) towards the minor. None of these credits can substitute for any specific departmental course or requirement (such as one of the core requirements); they simply count as generic POL-UA credit.

12

Credit can count as an elective toward the history major but not toward the history minor. No more than 4 of the 8 IB credits can be applied toward the major.

13

This subject was examined for the final time in November 2020; it has been replaced by:

  • Analysis and Approaches
  • Applications and Interpretation

(both administered for the first time in May 2021).

Satisfies the Core Quantitative Reasoning requirement. Students majoring in economics cannot use credits for MATH-UA 131 Mathematics for Economics I, MATH-UA 132 Mathematics for Economics II, or MATH-UA 133 Mathematics for Economics III. For Further Mathematics (last examined in May 2020 and now discontinued), students must consult with the Department of Mathematics for exact course equivalencies.

14

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. Cannot count toward any major or minor in the Department of Physics or the Department of Chemistry.

15

Majors and minors in psychology can use four of the points to exempt from PSYCH-UA 1 and to count as one of the ten courses required for the major or as one of the four courses required for the minor. The other four points cannot be applied towards the major or minor.

16

Students with a grade of 7 on this examination may apply 4 of the 8 points toward the philosophy major or minor as a required introductory course; a grade below that level does not count toward the major or minor as the equivalent of PHIL-UA 1 Central Problems in Philosophy.

Steinhardt Advanced Level (“A Level”) Score Equivalencies

See footnotes 1, 2, and 3.

In accordance with NYU policies, Steinhardt students may receive college credit toward their degree for scores of B or higher for "A Level" credit. No credit is awarded for Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level examinations or for the Seminar and Research courses in the AP/Cambridge Capstone program. Students cannot earn credit for the same subject matter in any combination of AP, IB, A Level, and/or other international exams.

Examination Score Credits Course Equivalent
Afrikaans B or higher 8 No course equivalent
Arabic B or higher 8 No course equivalent4
Art, History of B or higher 8 See note5
Biology B or higher 8 BIOL-UA 11, BIOL-UA 126
Business - - No course equivalent
Chemistry B or higher 8 CHEM-UA 125, CHEM-UA 126/CHEM-UA 127, CHEM-UA 1287
China Studies (English or Chinese) - - No course equivalent8
Chinese B or higher 8 EAST-UA 203, EAST-UA 2049
Classical Greek B or higher 8 CLASS-UA 9, CLASS-UA 1010
Classical Studies B or higher 8 No course equivalent11
Computer Science B or higher 8 CSCI-UA 101, CSCI-UA 10212
Economics B or higher 8 ECON-UA 1, ECON-UA 213
English Literature B or higher 8 No course equivalent14
French B or higher 8 FREN-UA 11, FREN-UA 12
Geography B or higher 8 No course equivalent
German B or higher 8 GERM-UA 3, GERM-UA 4
Government and Politics B or higher 8 No course equivalent15
Hindi B or higher 8 No course equivalent4
History B or higher 8 No course equivalent16
Italian B or higher 8 ITAL-UA 11, ITAL-UA 12
Latin B or higher 8 CLASS-UA 5, CLASS-UA 610
Marathi B or higher 8 No course equivalent
Mathematics B or higher 8 MATH-UA 121 (for 4 of the points)17
Music - - No course equivalent
Philosophy B or higher 8 PHIL-UA 1 (for 4 of the points; only for a score of A)18
Physics B or higher 8 No course equivalent19
Portuguese B or higher 8 PORT-UA 3, PORT-UA 44
Psychology B or higher 8 PSYCH-UA 1 (for 4 of the points)20
Religious Studies B or higher 8 No course equivalent21
Russian - - Contact department24
Sociology B or higher 8 No course equivalent22
Spanish B or higher 8 SPAN-UA 3, SPAN-UA 44A
Statistics B or higher 8 No course equivalent23
Tamil B or higher 8 No course equivalent
Telugu B or higher 8 No course equivalent
Urdu B or higher 8 No course equivalent4
1

Students cannot earn credit for the same subject matter in any combination of AP, IB, A Level, and/or other international exams. No credit is awarded for Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level examinations or for the Seminar and Research courses in the AP/Cambridge Capstone program. In Singapore, only A Level examinations designated as H2 or H3 can receive credit. H3 credit is subject to review and is generally awarded only if student does not have H2 credit in same subject. No student may earn credit for H2 and H3 results in the same subject.

2

CAS awards 8 credits for many of the Cambridge Pre-U examinations in liberal arts and science subjects that parallel the A Level offerings. The range of acceptable scores (lowest to highest) is: M2, M1, D3, D2, D1.

3

An A Level score of B or higher, or a Pre-U score of M2 or higher, in any foreign language satisfies the College Core Curriculum requirement.

4

Students who intend to register for this language at NYU must take the CAS placement examination; the A Level/Pre-U credits cannot be used for placement.

4A

Students who are not native speakers and intend to continue studying Spanish may register for SPAN-UA 50 , formerly SPAN-UA 100 . On the first day of classes they will take an in-class exam to finalize proper course placement. This may result in dropping to a lower level and losing the A Level credit. A Level results over 18 months old cannot be used for placement. Students who are native speakers and intend to continue studying Spanish will need to take a written assessment with the director of the language program (spanish.dlp@nyu.edu) to finalize placement.

5

A score of B on History of Art does not count toward the major in art history or exempt students from ARTH-UA 10 Foundations of Art History; the 8 points are electives in ARTH-UA that count toward the baccalaureate degree. A score of A exempts art history majors from ARTH-UA 10 Foundations of Art History, and 4 of the 8 credits count as one course toward the major; the other 4 points are an ARTH-UA elective that counts toward the baccalaureate degree. A Level credits never count toward the minor. Prior to fall 2021, the A Level equivalency was for ARTH-UA 1 History of Western Art I and ARTH-UA 2 History of Western Art II.

6

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. Prehealth students cannot use A Level/Pre-U credits to place out of BIOL-UA 11 Principles of Biology I, BIOL-UA 12 . Students who are not prehealth should consult the Department of Biology about possibly counting these credits towards majors and minors in that department.

7

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. A Level/Pre-U credit in chemistry will not count toward any majors or minors in the Departments of Biology and Chemistry and cannot serve as a co- or prerequisite to any course in either department. Prehealth students cannot use A Level/Pre-U Chemistry to place out of CHEM-UA 125 General Chemistry I & Laboratory, CHEM-UA 126 General Chemistry II & Laboratory/CHEM-UA 127 , CHEM-UA 128 . Not equivalent to CHEM-UA 129 Accelerated General Chemistry.

8

No credit is awarded for China Studies, as part of the final assessment/grade is an independent study/research paper.

9

Students who intend to register for Chinese at NYU must take the CAS placement examination; the A Level/Pre-U credits cannot be used for placement. Credits cannot be applied to the East Asian Studies major or minor.

10

Students who intend to register for ancient Greek or Latin at NYU must consult the classics department for proper placement. Credits cannot count toward a classics major or minor.

11

Not a course in classical languages. Students should consult with the director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Classics about possible counting of credits toward the major/minor.

12

Students planning a major or minor in computer science must consult with that department about proper placement and possible counting of A Level/Pre-U credits towards departmental requirements.

13

A Level credit in economics satisfies the ECON-UA 1 Introduction to Macroeconomics and ECON-UA 2 Introduction to Microeconomics requirements of: the major and minor in economics; the major in international relations; and the minor in business studies.

14

No credit is awarded for English Language.

15

Students may count eight A Level points (the equivalent of two courses) towards the politics major and four A Level points (the equivalent of one course) towards the minor. None of these credits can substitute for any specific departmental course or requirement (such as one of the core requirements); they simply count as generic POL-UA credit.

16

Credit can count as an elective toward the history major but not toward the history minor. No more than 4 of the 8 A Level credits can be applied toward the major.

17

Satisfies Quantitative Reasoning in the Core. Students majoring in economics cannot use credits for all or part of the MATH-UA 131 Mathematics for Economics I, MATH-UA 132 Mathematics for Economics II, MATH-UA 133 Mathematics for Economics III sequence, formerly MATH-UA 211 , MATH-UA 212 , MATH-UA 213 . For Further or Pure Mathematics, consult the Department of Mathematics for course equivalencies.

18

Students with a grade of A on this examination may apply 4 of the 8 points toward the philosophy major or minor as a required introductory course; a grade below that level does not count toward the major or minor as the equivalent of PHIL-UA 1 Central Problems in Philosophy. In addition, a grade of D3 or higher on the Pre-U examination in Philosophy and Theology allows students to apply 4 of the 8 points toward the philosophy major or minor as a required introductory course; a grade below that level does not count toward the philosophy major or minor as the equivalent of PHIL-UA 1 Central Problems in Philosophy. Note well that the Department of Religious Studies does not accept the 4 points in theology from this Pre-U test toward its major or minor.

19

Satisfies Physical Science and Life Science in the Core. Cannot count toward any major or minor in the Department of Physics or the Department of Chemistry.

20

Majors and minors in psychology can use four of the credits to exempt from PSYCH-UA 1 Intro to Psychology and to count toward the major or minor. The other four points cannot be applied to major or minor requirements.

21

A Level/Pre-U credits in this subject cannot be counted toward the religious studies major or minor.

22

Sociology majors need departmental approval to count four of the eight credits toward the major as an elective. The credits never exempt students from any of the introductory courses in Sociology (SOC-UA 1 Intro to Sociology, SOC-UA 2 , SOC-UA 3 ).

23

Satisfies Quantitative Reasoning in the Core. A Level credit in statistics does not count toward the majors in economics, international relations, or sociology, or toward the minor in business studies. Students may consult with the Departments of Mathematics and Psychology for possible course equivalency. Students who present results in more than one A Level mathematics exam (including statistics) cannot receive the full 8 credits for each exam.

24

To receive A Level credit, students must contact the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies and be tested by a language instructor.

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Personal interviews are not available, but information sessions will allow ample time for questions and answers.