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ENG 102 Exemption Transferability
Institution Exemption honored? CLEP Subject Exam accepted?**

UW-Eau Claire

Yes; AAS degree not required for exemption

Yes--contact UW-EC Testing Office for details

UW-Green Bay

Yes, with or without AAS degree

Yes

UW-La Crosse

For elective credit only--not for meeting composition requirement

Yes, with or without AAS degree

UW-Madison

If meets Madison's cutoff scores (1)

Not accepted

UW-Milwaukee

Need to submit scores for re-evaluation

Accepted only for the 1st semester of their 2 semester sequence

UW-Oshkosh

Not directly honored, but student may appeal directly to specific college

Yes

UW-Parkside

Yes, with or without AAS degree

Yes

UW-Platteville

Yes, only with AAS degree; otherwise granted 1st semester only

Yes

UW-River Falls

Yes, with or without AAS degree

Need to resubmit scores and a writing sample to department for review

UW-Stevens Point

Yes, with or without AAS degree

Contact school for details

UW-Stout

Yes, with or without AAS degree

Not accepted

UW-Superior

Need to resubmit scores for re-evaluation

Not accepted

UW-Whitewater

Not honored, but may appeal to English department by resubmitting scores and writing samples

Not accepted
Notes

** CLEP Subject Exam--English Composition With Essay
In all cases where accepted, student must resubmit official CLEP score report for evaluation, and required score may be higher than required by UW Colleges.

Scores required are:
660 or higher EPT and 730 or higher RCT (through summer 2000)
706 ECS or an EPT of 660 and RCT of 730 effective Fall 2000 (for students tested through 4/20/02).
Effective 4/20/02, an ENGL score of 605 or better.

Viterbo and Winona State do not accept transfer of UW Colleges English 102 exemption.

Foreign Language Requirements

Only campuses with foreign language requirements are listed.

UW-Eau Claire & UW-Madison

Two credits of a foreign language are required.  This requirement may be completed with two years of a single high school foreign language or two semesters of a single college foreign language. (Please note: Completing the Associate of Arts and Science Degree does NOT waive the foreign language admission requirement.)

UW-Milwaukee & UW-Parkside

Foreign language is not required for admission; however, student may fulfill graduation requirements by having completed two years of a single foreign language in high school or two semesters of a single foreign language in college.

UW-Platteville

Foreign language is not required for admission; however, student may fulfill graduation requirements by having completed two years of a single foreign language in high school or two semesters of a single foreign language in college. (Please note: Completing the Associate of Arts and Science degree waives this requirement.)

UW-Madison General Education Requirements

UW-Richland Course Options in Meeting these Requirements

I. COMMUNICATION [3-6 credits]

Select one course from:

  • Part A: Literacy Proficiency
  • ENG 102 (Students completing UW System Placement Testing 4/20/02 and later may be exempted from Comm Part A an English Placement Test (ENGL) score of 605 or higher Students testing prior to that time will need an EPT score of 660 or higher and a Reading Comprehension Score of 730 or higher for exemption.)

Select one course from Part B: Enhanced Literacy Proficiency:

  • ENG 201
  • ENG 203 or 204
  • or any course with a Writing Emphasis designation
II. QUANTITATIVE REASONING [3-6 credits]

Select one course from:

  • Part A: Math 108 or 110 (or exemption)

Select one course from:

  • Part B: Cps 260, Eco 204, Math 117, 211, 221, 222, 223, Physics 201, Psych 210
III. NATURAL SCIENCE [4-6 credits required]

Select one course from:

  • Any 4-6 credit lab science course
IV. HUMANITIES/LITERATURE/ ARTS [6 credits required]

Select two courses from:

  • Art 181, 183, 185, 187, 188
  • Com 130, English literature (any),
  • His 105, 106
  • Mus 170, 171-173, 271-273
  • Philosophy courses (except PHI 211)
V. SOCIAL STUDIES [3 credits required]

Select one course from:

  • Any courses designated as SS
VI. ETHNIC STUDIES [3 credits required]

Select one course from:

  • Eng 278, His 101/102, Soc 234, or any course with the ES Designation
Notes

Completion of an AA&S Degree at UW-Richland will satisfy all general education requirements except Communication (Parts A&B) & Quantitative Reasoning (Parts A&B).

For further information regarding UW-Madison General Education requirements, consult the UW-Madison Catalog.