1 For Core Curriculum requirement - Not for Science, Math, Engineering, or Computer Science majors.
2 Introductory level for Computer Science, Engineering, Math, and Science majors.
3 Must not have taken either CHEM 1331 or CHEM 1372 , or equivalent at another college-level institution.
4 Plus a grade of B or better in GERM 3333 .
5 Plus a grade of B or better in GERM 3334 .
6 Other than Physics, Math, and Engineering majors.
7 Plus a grade of B or better in SPAN 2301 .
8 Plus a grade of B or better in SPAN 2302 .
9 Plus a grade of B or better in SPAN 3301 or SPAN 3302 .
10 Students may not receive credit for both SPAN 2301 -SPAN 2302 and SPAN 2307 -SPAN 2308 nor for both SPAN 3302 and SPAN 3308 .
11 For nonscience majors only.
12CHEM 1111, 1112, 1117 credit available only to those who are also receiving credit for CHEM 1331, 132, and 1372. The Lab Departmental Assessment involves a review of the student’s Advanced Placement Lab Book. Please contact Dr. Simon Bott at the Department of Chemistry at SBott@uh.edu.
13Please contact Dr. Simon Bott at the Department of Chemistry at SBott@uh.edu for the Departmental Assessment.
14 CLEP Freshman College Composition with Essay Taken prior to 7/1/2010
15 Maximum 13 credit hours capped.
16 Effective Fall 2013
17 End of academic year Fall 2014, pendingUH Core approval for Fall 2015
18 CREDIT BY EXAMINATION FOR AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING PROGRAM (ASLI)
ASLI faculty offers a comprehensive testing system that measures the ability of students to express and also comprehend American Sign Language. The test will consist of three components:
- Proficiency interview (question and answer) facilitated by a UH ASLI Faculty member;
- Written component requiring students demonstrate the ability to comprehend aspects of language (i.e. vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, fingerspelling and numbers) and knowledge of cultural components taught in the desired level of ASL being tested;
- Expressive component requiring students demonstrate the ability to produce a narrative in American Sign Language, using language components as taught in the desired level of ASL being tested.
The Proficiency Interview will be conducted in accordance with the standards set by the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) evaluation tool. Students will be awarded an overall proficiency level of 0-5 (explanations of levels available at http://www.gallaudet.edu/asldes/aslpi/aslpi_proficiency_levels.html).
Written and Expressive scores vary based on the typical course expectations for students and the need for increased language ability required in higher-level ASL courses. The combined interview (ASLPI), written component and expressive component will be graded-see chart below for a list of minimum passing scores.