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Transfer credit codes are explained here for the convenience of students, faculty, alumni, and officials from other institutions.

General Transfer Courses (those not equivalent to a particular Cornell course), are numbered to designate which general education distribution requirement they meet as well as the level of credit (100, 200, 300).

Generic transfer course numbers are three-number codes (011).

The first number is a 0 (zero). 

The second number is the course level (1=100, 2=200, 3=300). 

The third number designates the general education distribution requirement that is met by the course as follows:

0 = Fine Arts

1 = Humanities

2 = Mathematics

3 = Laboratory Science

4 = Science (non-lab)

5 = Social Science

6 = Writing course (fulfills the Cornell Writing requirement)

7 = none (general credit counting towards the required 31 credits to graduate)

9 = FLA/Language


HIS 011 is a transfer 100-level course that meets the humanities requirement. 

TRN 033 is a 300-level lab science course

WRT 016 is a 100-level writing course.