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Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS)  Information

Act 472 of 2007 requires Arkansas post-secondary institutions to inform students of the Arkansas Course Transfer System and how to determine which courses will transfer to other Arkansas public institutions. The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) is a post-secondary education resource service that provides comparable course information to facilitate student transfer within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Comparable courses within ACTS are guaranteed to transfer for full credit to any Arkansas public institution.  Students may complete specified General Education courses anywhere in the public system as well as many courses in the degree/major that have been identified for transfer.  Students may use the ACTS database to obtain faculty-generated comparable course information for a number of courses offered at public institutions in Arkansas.

To access course transfer information in ACTS, GO TO http://acts.adhe.edu/studenttransferinfo.aspx

Then, press the “Continue” button at the bottom of the page to begin the process. The next page, labeled ACTS Student Transfer, will give you the opportunity to view transferable courses by selecting the institution that you are transferring from and the institution that you are transferring to.  Follow the instructions given.
  • If the report lists a course, the course is guaranteed to transfer if the receiving institution has a comparable course.
  • If the report states “No Comparable Course,” the course is not guaranteed to transfer. Contact the transfer officer at the receiving institution for further information as it is possible that the course will transfer.
  • Transferability of courses taken prior to January 1, 2007, is at the discretion of the receiving institution.
  • Courses with a grade of "D" are not guaranteed to transfer.  Institutional policies regarding the transfer of courses with a grade of "D" may vary.
Course Title  ACTS Common Course Number UAPB Course Common Number 
Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2003 ACCT*2311
Principles of Accounting II ACCT 2013 ACCT*2323
Art Appreciation  ARTA 1003 ART*2340
Biology for Non-Majors   BIOL 1004 BIOL*1450
Biology for Majors BIOL 1014    BIOL*1455
Zoology  BIOL 1054  BIOL*1460
Botany for Majors 
BIOL 1034 BIOL*1470
Human Anatomy and Physiology I *  
BIOL 2404  BIOL*2451
Introductory Microbiology        BIOL 2004  BIOL*3470
Keyboarding     BUSI 1103     BUED*2311
Business Communications   BUSI 2013   BUED*3301
Chemistry I for Health Related Professions   CHEM 1214   CHEM*1410
Physical Science PHSC 1004 CHEM*1411
Chemistry I for Science Majors    CHEM 1414  CHEM*1430
Chemistry II for Science Majors      CHEM 1424   CHEM*1440
Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJU 1023         CRJU*2350
Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2103    ECON*2310
Principles of Microeconomics          ECON 2203  ECON*2320
Business Statistics  BUSI 2103  ECON*3311
Composition I   ENGL 1013       ENGL*1311
Composition II      ENGL 1023   ENGL*1321
British (English) Literature I    ENGL 2673 ENGL*2310
World Literature I  ENGL 2113  ENGL*2360
American Literature I  ENGL 2653  ENGL*3320
World Regional Geography   GEOG 2103  GEOG*2360
Western Civilization I    HIST 1213  HIST*1330
United States History I     HIST 2113    HIST*2315
United States History II  HIST 2123   HIST*2318
Personal Health  HEAL 1003   HLPE*1310
Philosophy    PHIL 1103  HUMN*2310
Introduction to Technical Writing   ENGL 2023  JOUR*3350
College Algebra    MATH 1103    MATH*1330
Plane Trigonometry   MATH 1203     MATH*1340
Introduction to Statistics    MATH 2103     MATH*2370
Spanish I      SPAN 1013  MDFL*2311
Spanish II   SPAN 1023 MDFL*2321
Spanish III     SPAN 2013     MDFL*3311
Principles of Marketing    MKTG 2003   MKTG*3300
Music Appreciation  MUSC 1003  MUSI*2330
Introduction to Astronomy  PHSC 1204 PHYS*1445
Algebra/Trigonometry-Based Physics I   PHYS 2014 PHYS*2410
Calculus-Based Physics I   PHYS 2034  PHYS*3410
American National Government  PLSC 2003  PSCI*2312
State and Local Government  PLSC 2103 PSCI*2313
General Psychology  PSYC 1103 PSYC*2300
Introduction to Sociology   SOCI 1013     SOCI*2310
Introduction to Anthropology     ANTH 1013    SOCI*2330
Introduction to Oral Communication    SPCH 1003    SPCH*2390/MCOM*2390