International Baccalaureate (IB)

Riverland awards credit for prior learning to high school students who participated in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program. The International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program is an educational program taught in one of three languages – English, French, or Spanish and is intended for students in their final two years of secondary school, often before entering a university.

The program, administered by the International Baccalaureate Organization, is one of the most widely recognized pre-university educational programs in the world. A student may present a full IB diploma or a certificate recognizing specific higher level or standard level examination scores for evaluation.

Riverland awards credit for scores of four (4) or higher on individual IB examinations or successful completion of the IB diploma.



Introductory Business Law

BUSA2032, 3 cr

Financial Accounting

Elective, 4 cr.

Information Systems and Computer Applications

BUSA2050, 3 cr.

Principles of Management

BUSA2042, 3 cr.

Principles of Marketing

BUSA2043, 3 cr.

Composition and Literature


American Literature

ENGL2241 and 2242, 6 cr.

Analyzing & Interpreting Literature

ENGL1103, 3 cr.

English Composition with Essay

ENGL1101, 3 cr.

English Composition without Essay

ENGL1101, 3 cr.

Freshman College Composition

Elective, 3 cr.


HUMA1101 and 1102, 6 cr.

Foreign Languages


French Language

FREN1101 and 1102, 6 cr.

German Language

MnTC Goal 8, 6 cr.

Spanish Language

SPAN1001 and 1002, 6 cr.

History and Social Sciences


American Government

PSCI1010, 3 cr.

Introduction to Educational Psychology

Psychology elective, 3 cr.

History of the U.S. I:  Early Colonization to 1877

HIST1001, 3 cr.

History of the U.S. II:  1865 to Present

HIST1002, 3cr.

Human Growth and Development

Psychology elective, 3 cr.

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON2291, 3 cr.

Principles of Microeconomics

ECON2292, 3 cr.

Introductory Psychology

PSYC1105, 3 cr.

Social Sciences and History

MnTC Goal 5, 3 cr.

Introductory Sociology

SOCI1101, 3 cr.

Western Civilization I:  Ancient Near East to 1648

HIST1011, 3 cr.

Western Civilization II:  1648 to Present

HIST1012, 3 cr.

Science and Mathematics


BIOL1091 and 1092, 6 cr.


Math elective,3 cr.


CHEM1201 and 1202, 6 cr.

College Algebra

MATH1110, 3 cr.

College Mathematics

Math elective, 3 cr.

Natural Sciences

Natural Science elective, 6 cr.


Math elective, 3 cr.