Transfer Guide

Victor Valley College to BYU

 

Classes must be completed with a C- grade or better to fill requirements

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

American Heritage

(A HTG)

 

Complete one of the following course combinations:

 

HIST 117 History of the United States to 1876 + ECON 101 Principles of Economics: Macro

 

HIST 117 History of the United States to 1876 + POLS 102 Introduction to American Government and Politics

 

HIST 118 History of the United States from 1876 + POLS 102 Introduction to American Government and Politics

 

POLS 102 Introduction to American Government and Politics + ECON 101 Principles of Economics: Macro

 

*ECON 102 can substitute for ECON 101

Course combinations listed below are recommended for students intending to pursue a Business degree

 

ECON 110 Economic Principles and Problems (a BYU course) + HIST 117 History of the United States to 1876

 

ECON 110 Economic Principles and Problems (a BYU course) + POLS 102 Introduction to American Government and Politics

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement Double Counts

Global and Cultural Awareness

(GCA)

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOCSCI
FREN 104 Intermediate French LANG
GEOG 102 Cultural Geography  
HIST 104 World History Since 1500 CIV2
HIST 157 History of the Indians of the United States  
POLS 110 Contemporary World Affairs  
POLS 111 Global Issues  
POLS 112 Comparative Government  
POLS 113 Politics of the Middle East and North Africa  
SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish LANG

 

 
BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

First Year Writing

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

ENGL 101.0 English Composition and Reading

ENGL 104 Critical Thinking and Composition

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

Advanced Written and Oral Communication

 

No equivalent course found at Victor Valley College. To be taken as a junior at BYU.

 

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

Quantitative Reasoning

 

 

Meet one test score requirement or complete one of the following courses:

 

ACT math subscore 22 or higher

SAT math subscore 500 or higher

 

OR

 

MATH 104 Trigonometry
MATH 105 College Algebra
MATH 120 Introduction to Statistics
PHIL 109 Introduction to Logic

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement Double Counts

Languages of Learning

(LANG)

 

 

Complete one course from either group:

 

 
Group 1: Math Options  
MATH 216 Business Calculus  
MATH 226 Analytic Geometry and Calculus  
Group 2: Foreign Language Options  
FREN 104 Intermediate French GCA
SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish GCA

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

 

Civilization 1

 

(CIV1)

 

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

ART 101* Survey of Art History
ENGL 241 World Literature
HIST 103 World History to 1500
PHIL 120 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

 

*ART 101 + ART 102 must be taken as a pair to fill the Civilization 1 and 2 requirements.

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement Double Counts

 

Civilization 2

 

(CIV2)

 

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 
ART 102* Survey of Art History  
ENGL 241 World Literature LTRS
HIST 104 World History Since 1500 GCA
PHIL 121 Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Philosophy LTRS

 

*ART 101 + ART 102 must be taken as a pair to fill the Civilization 1 and 2 requirements.

 

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

Arts

 

(ARTS)

 

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

ART 102 Survey of Art History
ART 104 Film as an Art Form
ART 105 Introduction to Art
MUSC 100 Introduction to Music
MUSC 116 Music in America
MUSC 117 History of Jazz
MUSIC 118 Survey of Rock and Roll
TA 101 Introduction to Theatre
TA 102 History of the Theatre

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement Double Counts

Letters

(LTRS)

 

 

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 
ENGL 116 Authors of the Theatre  
ENGL 162 Native American Literature  
ENGL 220 Modern Fiction  
ENGL 230 Survey of American Literature 1600-1865  
ENGL 231 Survey of American Literature 1865 to Present  
ENGL 232 Chicano/a and Latino/a Literature  
ENGL 233 African American Literature  
ENGL 235 Children's Literature  
ENGL 241 World Literature CIV2
ENGL 245 Survey of English Literature  
ENGL 246 Survey of English Literature  
ENGL 247 Shakespeare  
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy  
PHIL 108 Contemporary Moral Issues  
PHIL 117 Philosophy of Religion  
PHIL 121 Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Philosophy CIV2

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

Biological Science

 

 

Complete the following course:

 

BIOL 100 General Biology
BIOL 221 General Microbiology

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement

Physical Science

 

 

Complete one course from two of the following groups:

 

Group 1: Chemistry Options
CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry
CHEM 201 General Chemistry
Group 2: Geology Options
GEOL 101 Physical Geology
GEOL 102 Historical Geology
Group 3: Physics Options
ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy
PSCI 101 Principles of Physical Science
PHYS 100 Introductory Physics
PHYS 221 General Physics

 

 

BYU Core Requirement Victor Valley Classes that fill BYU Core Requirement Double Counts

Social Science

 

(SOCSCI)

 

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology GCA
ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology  
CHDV 100 Child Growth and Development  
PSYC 101 Introductory Psychology  
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology  
SOC 102 American Social Problems  

 

 

BYU Core Requirement  

Doctrinal Foundations

Religion requirements may be completed through coursework from BYU, LDS Institutes of Religion, and other CES schools. Visit BYU's Religion website to learn more about these requirements.