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Transfer Credits for Core Curriculum

At Naropa University, we make an effort to transfer in as many credits as possible. We recognize the cost and time that transfer students have expended in their studies prior to coming to Naropa, and wish to make your transition seamless. Below is a list of each core curriculum area of study, along with sample classes that can typically count towards transfer credit.

This is an expository/writing-intensive course. Transferable courses typically include:

  • Writing 1 or 101
  • Composition 1 or 101
  • English 101
  • Expository writing
  • Creative writing if listed as nonfiction
  • AP score of 3 or better and IB or CLEP equivalent
  • First Year Seminar that is writing intensive

ACCEPTED COURSES

Colorado Transfer Courses Recently Accepted into Naropa University’s Core Curriculum

Below is a list of coursework from local Colorado universities and colleges that have been accepted into Naropa’s core curriculum requirements. Please note that all core curriculum requirements can be met through work completed outside of Naropa, with the exception of the Contemplative Learning Seminar and Body-Mind Practice requirements.

For more information on Naropa’s degree requirements and core curriculum, please see Naropa’s online course catalog. And please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions with questions – or for a free unofficial transfer credit evaluation!

Writing Seminar I
Arapahoe Community College ENG121 Comp I
Colorado Mountain College–Glenwood Springs ENG121 English Composition
Colorado Mountain College–Leadville ENG121 English Composition
Colorado State University–Fort Collin CO102 Introduction to Writing
Colorado State University–Fort Collins CO150 College Composition
Colorado Tech ENGL111 English Composition I
Community College of Denver ENG100 Composition Style & Tech
Community College of Denver ENG121 English Composition I
Front Range Community College ENG111 English Comp; Essay Writing
Front Range Community College ENG121 English Composition I
Metropolitan State College ENG101 Freshman Comp: The Essay
Metropolitan State College ENG1010 Freshman Composition–The Essay
Pikes Peak Community College ENG121 English Composition I
Pueblo Community College ENG121 English Comp I
Red Rocks Community College ENG121 English Composition I
Regis University CCS200A Freshman Seminar I
Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design WO1020 Written & Oral Communication
University of Colorado–Boulder ELA100 Freshman English
University of Colorado–Boulder ENGL131 Rhetoric & Writing I
University of Colorado–Boulder HUMN1020 Intro to Humanities 2
University of Colorado–Boulder WRTG1100 Extended First Year Writing
University of Colorado–Boulder WRTG1150 First year Writing
University of Colorado–Boulder WRTG1250 Advanced First Year Writing
University of Colorado–Colorado Springs ENG131 COMP I
University of Colorado–Denver ENGL1020 Composition I
University of Denver FSEM1111 First Year Seminar
Writing Seminar II
Arapahoe Community College ENG122 Comp II
Colorado Mountain College–Glenwood Springs ENG122 English Composition II
Colorado State University COCC150 College Composition
Community College of Denver ENG121 English Composition
Front Range Community College ENG112 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II: CO2
Front Range Community College ENG122 English Composition II
Metropolitan State College ENG1020 Freshman Comp-Res. Anly & Documt
Metropolitan State College ENG120 Freshman Comp–Re, Anyl–Doc
Pikes Peak Community College ENG122 English Composition II
Red Rocks Community College ENG122 English Composition II
Regis University CCS220B Freshman Seminar II
University of Colorado–Boulder ELA101 Freshman English
University of Colorado–Boulder HONR4055 Discours Analy/Cult Crit
University of Colorado–Boulder HUMN1020 Introduction to Humanities 2
University of Colorado–Boulder WRTG1250 Advanced First-Year Writing
University of Colorado–Denver ENGL2030 Composition II

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