Individuals who complete SPCC courses and seek Bottega University academic credit for such courses must be enrolled in the University as students in good standing and meet course and program requirements. Bottega will not charge tuition for the SPCC courses that it recognizes as credit.

Students will be granted admission to Bottega based on academic requirements and upon further satisfaction of all other conditions for admission as stated in the University

Sophia CoursesSemester CreditsCourse Equivalent
Accounting3BA280 Accounting
College Readiness3PF101 Academic Strategies
Ancient Greek Philosophers3
Approaches to Studying Religions3
Art History I3Gen Ed Elective
Art History II3Gen Ed Elective
Business Law3BA420 Business Law
College Algebra3MA125 College Algebra
Conflict Resolution3CM258 Conflict Management
Communication at Work3CM101 Principles of Communication
Developing Effective Teams1BA448 Team Development & Motivation
English Composition I3EN111 Composition I
English Composition II3EN112 Composition II
Environmental Science3GS210 Earth Science
Essentials of Managing Conflict1
Foundations of English Composition2English Elec (EN221)
Foundations of Statistics2BA235 Business Statistics
Human Biology3GS150 General Biology
Introduction to Business3BA201 Intro to Business
Introduction to Ethics3BA375 Ethical Decision Making
Introduction to Information Technology3CS110 Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Psychology3PY141 General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology3SO241 General Sociology
Introduction to Statistics3ST235 General Statistics
Introduction to Relational Databases3CS382 Database Foundations
Introduction to Web Development3CS301 Front End Foundations -- Javascript
IT Career Exploration3PF499 Career Strategies
Macroeconomics3BA271 Macroeconomics
Microeconomics3BA272 Microeconomics
Principles of Finance3BA425 Finance
Project Management3BA490 Project Management
Public Speaking3CM220 Presentation Skills
Taking Charge of Your Economic Future3Business Elective
US History I3History Elective (HI171)
US History II3History Elective (HI172)
Visual Communications3CM456 Effective Communication Tools
Discover the Writer in You3EN103 Composition
Principles of Management3BA205 Principles of Management
Introduction to Chemistry3
Introduction to College Mathematics3MA125 College Algebra