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Saint Marys University Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) Equivalency Chart Students may receive 3 or 6 credit hours of advanced standing for each of the following CAPE courses, if they achieve grades of I, II or III. CAPE subjects approved for credit: CAPE Subjects Examined Equivalent Saint Marys University Credit Accounting ACCT 2241 and BUSI 1901 Biology BIOL 1201 and SCIE 1901 Caribbean Studies SSC1 1901 (only one unit) Chemistry CHEM 1220 and SCIE 1902 Communication Studies ARTS 1901 (only one unit) Computer Science CSCI 1901 and SCIE 1903 Economics ECON 1201 and ECON 1202 Environmental Science ENVS 1203 (6) French FREN 1101 and FREN 1102 Law SSCI 1901 and SSCI 1902 Management of Business MGMT 1281 and BUSI 1903 Physics PHYS 1000 and PHYS 1001 Pure Mathematics MATH 1210 and SCIE 1904 Spanish SPAN 1100 (6) Sociology SOCI 1210 and SOCI 1901 For each CAPE course, the equivalent of 6 credit hours at Saint Marys University is granted (3 credit hours for each unit completed). Each of the above Saint Marys courses counts as three credit hours with the exception of ENVS 1203 and SPAN 1100 which each count as six credit hours. Courses are listed in the Saint Marys University Academic Calendar with the exception of the following electives: ARTS 1901, 1902 unspecified Arts electives BUSI 1901, 1902, 1903 unspecified Business electives SCIE 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904 unspecified Science electives SSCI 1901, 1902 unspecified Social Science electives Credit for CAPE examined subjects, not listed above but with a grade of I, II or III will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Note: Credit is not awarded on the basis of interim school, predicted or mock results. In addition, students have the choice of refusing credits. Revised January,2014 http://www.registrar.ualberta.ca/ro.cfm?id=168

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