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2007-2009 UH Catalog Transfer Center 713-743-1010 www.uh.edu/transfer Revised 4/23/08 AP/DW University of Houston Texas Common Course Numbering System Transfer Course Equivalencies TCCNS CORE REQUIREMENTS UH Communication (6 hours) ENGL 1301 English Composition I 1303 ENGL 1302 English Composition II 1304 Math/Reasoning (6 hours) Natural Sciences (6 hours) Visual/Performing Arts (3 hours) Humanities (3 hours) Social/Behavioral Sciences (3 hours) U.S. History (6 hours) HIST 1301 U.S. History to 1877 1377 HIST 1302 U.S. History after 1877 1378 American Government (6 hours) GOVT 2301 American Government I 1336 GOVT 2302 American Government II 1337 Writing in the Disciplines (3 hours) Must be taken at the University of Houston **This requirement will be waived if student transfers to UH “Core Complete” MAJOR REQUIREMENTS UH A maximum of 66 hours (grades C- or better) of 1000/2000 level transfer hours may be applied toward a UH degree. *TEXAS UNDERGRADUATE IN-STATE TUITION ENROLLMENT CAP* Students enrolling at a Texas public university or community college for the first time will be affected by the enrollment cap. There is now a limit on
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