Course Crosswalk

Dual Enrollment Course Alignment

The UA Early College Program staff wants to ensure that K-12 personnel are familiar with secondary and postsecondary course correlations. For this reason, UA Early College faculty/staff have consulted and outlined the following course parameters in order to further communication with statewide dual credit systems.

On September 13, 2018, the Alabama State Board of Education amended the Alabama Administrative Code, Rule No. 290-3-1-.02, pertaining to secondary course credit awarded for postsecondary coursework through dual enrollment.  The revised rule now includes the following language: “Semester credit hours at the postsecondary level for high school courses specifically named as a requirement for graduation as outlined in AAC Rule 290-3-1-.02(8)(a) are determined according to guidelines established by the SDE.”

UA Early College faculty and staff ensure that the following courses warrant the awarding of secondary credit for postsecondary/college-level coursework.  In order for students’ transcripts to accurately reflect approved dual enrollment course credit(s) earned at an Alabama four-year college or university, the following course codes have been added to the 2019–2020 Subject and Personnel Codes:


High School Course(s)

Suggested State Course Code

UA Early College Course(s)


English 11 and/or English 12


EN 101 + Optional American Literature Component
EN 102 + Optional American Literature Component
EN 101 + Optional British Literature Component
EN 102 + Optional British Literature Component
EN 205
EN 206
EN 207
EN 208
EN 209
EN 210


Mathematics 4


MATH 100
MATH 110
MATH 112
MATH 113
MATH 115
MATH 121
MATH 125
MATH 126
MATH 227
* Various prerequisite options for the courses listed above


Science 3 and/or Science 4


CH 101
CH 102
CH 104
CH 105

PH 101
PH 102
PH 104
PH 105
* Various prerequisite options for the courses listed above

BSC 108
BSC 109
BSC 114:115
BSC 116:117

AY 101:102

GEO 101
GEO 102
GEO 103
GEO 104

GY 101
GY 102

Social Studies

World History 1500-Pres
U.S. History I
U.S. History II
U.S. Government


HY 101 or HY 102
HY 103
HY 104
PSC 101
EC 110 or EC 111
* Various prerequisite options for the courses listed above

World Languages

Elementary Arabic

Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II

Elementary French I
Elementary French II

Elementary German I
Elementary German II

Elementary Japanese I
Elementary Japanese II

Intermediate Japanese I
Intermediate Japanese II

Elementary Korean I
Elementary Korean II

Elementary Russian I

Introductory Spanish I
Introductory Spanish II

Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II


ARB 101

CHI 101
CHI 102

FR 101
FR 102

GN 101
GN 102

JA 101
JA 102

JA 201
JA 202

KOR 101
KOR 102

RUS 101

SP 101
SP 102

SP 201
SP 202

Fine Arts

Intro to Visual Arts I
Survey of Art I
Survey of Art II
Intro to Creative Writing
Motion Pict. History and Crit.
Intro to Listening
Introduction to Theatre


ARH 151
ARH 252
ARH 253
EN 200 * Various prerequisites
JCM 112
MUS 121
TH 114


Intro African American Studies
Dirty Jobs
Intro to Anthropology
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
Discoveries in Archaeology
Intro to Criminal Justice
Greek Roman Mythology
Principles Human Communication
Public speaking
Intrerpersonal Communication
Computer applications
Web foundations
Web Site Design
Intro to Spreadsheet App.
World Regional Geography
Life Span Human Development
Intro to Story
Journalism and Social Media
Intro to Philosophy
Medical Ethics
Intro to Psychology
Intro to Religious Studies
Religion in the News
Religion in Pop Culture
Intro to Old Testament
Intro to New Testament
Intro to Sociology
Social Problems
Intro to Women Studies
College Readiness


AAST 201
AMS 205
ANT 100
ANT 102
ANT 103
CJ 100
CL 222
COM 101
COM 123
COM 220
CS 102
CS 202
CS 205
CS 285
HD 101
JCM 100
JCM 200
MC 101
PHL 100
PHL 223
PY 101
REL 100
REL 103
REL 104
REL 110
REL 112
SOC 101
SOC 202
WS 200
UAEC 200

Any other UA course not listed above