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How do I know what GenEd courses to take if I transfer to Queens?

From the Queens Catalog:
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Based on the Registrar's evaluation of any transfer credits, a transfer student who cannot complete the entire General Education Program may be allowed to substitute other courses. Also, if a student fails a 100 or 200-level QLC course, the student has the option of repeating the QLC or taking an appropriate substitution. There are no substitutions for the 300-level courses or QCP 410. If a student fails any portion of the 300-level QLC or QCP 410, the student must take a replacement QLC and/or QCP 410.

 
The listing of General Education Program substitutions for 100- and 200-level courses follows:

100-Level QLC: two courses (6-8 semester hours), one of which is a second semester composition course (equivalent to QEN 102) and the other of which is an approved substitution for QLC 120, QLC 130, QLC 140, QLC 150 or QLC 160.

200-level QLC: two courses (6-8 semester hours), one of which is an approved substitution for a QLC _20, _30, _40, _50, _60 at the 100 or 200 level
If a student has completed ONE course from one of the categories and a second-semester writing course, the student would complete a 200-level QLC with courses from the remaining categories and complete the remainder of the program. All students must either transfer or take a course in each category listed above to earn a bachelor's degree.
 
If a student has completed a second semester writing course, the student may take 200 level LC and will be advised to find a substitution for one of the general education areas (x20, x30, x40, x50, x60) in order to satisfy the 100 level LC.

If a student has completed TWO courses from any two categories, the student would take a 200- level QLC with two courses from the remaining categories and complete the remainder of the program. All students must either transfer or take a course in each category listed above to earn a bachelor's degree. If one of those courses is NOT a QEN 102 substitute, then the student could take a 100 level LC and receive credits for the 200 level LC as appropriate.​

If a student has completed THREE courses from any three categories, the student would take a 200-level QLC with two courses from the remaining categories and complete the remainder of the program OR take an approved substitution in one of the remaining categories and complete the remainder of the program. All students must either transfer or take a course in each category listed above to earn a bachelor's degree.

If a student has completed FOUR or more courses, including one each from four categories, the student would enter the program at the 300-level and complete the remainder of the program depending on the total number of credit hours transferred. All students must either transfer or take a course in each category listed above to earn a bachelor's degree.

The 300-level QLC and QCP 410: There are no substitutions for the 300-level QLC or QLC 410. All students must complete QMP 100 or QMP 200, a 300-level QLC and QCP 410 to earn a Queens University of Charlotte bachelor's degree.

  
  
  
  
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