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AP 603.5.3 Crosswalk for GEM CoursesGEM College Courses & D91 Graduation Requirements Are you thinking about enrolling in college courses at CEI, ISU, BYU-I or other colleges for concurrent credits? Use this crosswalk to help make sure those college courses also count toward D91's high school graduation requirements. Note: GEM stamped classes are the introductory college classes all college students are usually required to take. GEM Credit classes are easily transferable between Idaho's colleges, but it's always a good idea to check directly with your college when transferring credits. CEI Courses (Semester Courses) Idaho GEM Stamped Courses CEI Course Number CEI Course Name College Credits District 91 Course Equivalent District 91 Credits District 91 Credit Type GEM BIOL 100 Concepts of Biology/Lab 4 Biology 3 Science GEM BIOL 120 Enrironmental Science/Lab 4 Environmental Science I and II 3 Science GEM BIOL 227 Human Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab 4 Human Anatomy & Physiology 3 Science GEM CHEM 100 Chemistry in Everday Life/Lab 4 Chemistry I 3 Science CNT 114 Computer Essentials 4 Computer Support Essentials & Network Basics I & Info Technology Fundamentals 3 Tech/ Computer GEM COMM 101 Fundamentals of Speech 3 Speech/Fund Comm 3 Speech ECO 100 Economic Issues 3 Economics 3 Econ GEM ENGL 101 Writing and Rhetoric 3 English III or IV 3 English III or IV GEM ENGL 102 Writing and Rhetoric II 3 English IV 3 English IV GEM ENG 110 Introduction to Literature 3 English IV 3 English IV GEM GEOL 101 Physical Geology 3 Earth Science 3 Science MATH 108 Intermediate Algebra 3 Algebra II 3 Algebra or Math MATH 123 Mathmatics in Modern Society 3 Math in the Modern World 3 Elective. If Algebra I & Geometry have been taken, then Math GEM MATH 143 College Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 Algebra or Math MATH 144 Trigonometry 2 Trigonometry 2 Math GEM MAT 160 Brief Calculus 4 College Calculus 3 Math MAT 253 Elementary Statistics 3 College Statistics 3 Math GEM PHYS 101 Introduction to Physics/Lab 4 Physics 3 Science GEM POLS 101 American National Government 3 US Government A & B 3 Government GEM SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Sociology 3 Humanities ISU Courses Idaho GEM Stamped Courses ISU Course Number ISU Course Name College Credits District 91 Course Equivalent District 91 Credits District 91 Credit Type GEM BIOL 1100 Concepts of Biology/Lab 4 Biology 3 Science GEM BIOL 2227 Human Anatomy & Physiology/Lab 4 Human Anatomy & Physiology 3 Science GEM CHEM 1100 Concepts of Chemistry/Lab 4 Chemistry I 3 Science GEM COMM 1101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 Speech/Fund Comm 3 Speech ECON 1100 Economic Issues 3 Economics 3 Econ GEM ENGL 1101 Writing and Rhetoric 3 English III or IV 3 English III or IV GEM ENGL 1102 Writing and Rhetoric II 3 English IV 3 English IV GEM GEOL 1101 Physical Geology 3 Earth Science 3 Science MATH 1108 Intermediate Algebra 3 Algebra II 3 Algebra or Math GEM MATH 1143 College Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 Algebra or Math GEM MATH 1160 Survey of Calculus 4 College Calculus 3 Math GEM PHYS 1101 Elements of Physics/Lab 3 Physics 3 Science GEM POLS 1101 American National Government 3 US Government A & B 3 Government GEM SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Sociology 3 Humanities BYU-I Courses Idaho GEM Stamped Courses BYU-I Course Number BYU Course Name College Credits District 91 Course Equivalent District 91 Credits District 91 Credit Type FDENG101 Writing and Reasoning Foundations 3 English III or IV 3 English III or IV FDENG301 Advanced Writing & Research 3 English IV 3 English IV MATH 221 Biostatsistics 3 Statistics 3 Elective. If Algebra I & Geometry have been taken, then Math WRTG 150 Writing and Rhetoric 3 English IV 3 English IV The courses below have been reviewed and DO NOT meet the Idaho Core Standards for high school graduation requirements as set by the Idaho Department of Education. Students will earn an ELECTIVE credit for these classes. College Course Number Course Name College Credits District 91 Course Equivalent District 91 Credits District 91 Credit Type CEI ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Economics - must take both ECON 201 & ECON 202 to receive an Economics credit 3 Elective or Economics if both 201 & 202 taken CEI ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Economics - must take both ECON 201 & ECON 202 to receive an Economics credit 3 Elective or Economics if both 201 & 202 taken CEI HIST 101 World History I 3 World History A - must take both HIS 101 & HIS 102 to receive World History Credit 3 Elective or World History if both 101 & 102 taken CEI HIST 102 World History II 3 World History B - must take both HIS 101 & HIS 102 to receive World History Credit 3 Elective or World History if both 101 & 102 taken CEI HIST 111 United States History I 3 US History A - must take both HIS 111 & HIS 112 to receive US History Credit 3 Elective or US History if both 111 & 112 taken CEI HIST 112 United States History II 3 US History B - must take both HIS 111 & HIS 112 to receive US History Credit 3 Elective or US History if both 111 & 112 taken ISU HIST 1111 United States History I 3 US History A - must take both HIS 111 & HIS 112 to receive US History Credit 3 Elective or US History if both 111 & 112 taken ISU HIST 1112 United States History II 3 US History B - must take both HIS 111 & HIS 112 to receive US History Credit 3 Elective or US History if both 111 & 112 taken BYU-I FDAMF101 American Foundations 101 3 3 Elective Students who take a math course that is not on the crosswalk AND has already passed Algebra I & Geometry can be awarded math credits