College Board Advanced Placement
Examination (CBAPE)

These examinations are for students in high school. Upon receipt of an official score report from the College Board, the Office of Admissions and Records grants credit as specified and assigns a grade of "S" for scores of 3, 4 or 5.  A maximum of 30 S/U credits may apply toward a bachelor's degree.  A maximum of 60 semester credits may be earned in any combination of non-traditional learning examinations and applied towards a bachelor's degree.

EXAMINATION  SCORE REQUIRED  UNIVERSITY COURSE CREDIT

Art

History   3, 4, or 5  Art Elective (3 cr.)
Studio Art  3, 4, or 5  Art Elective (3 cr.) 
Biology 
  BIOL 190 (3 cr.) 
  4 or 5  BIOL 190 (3 cr.) and BIOL 191 (3 cr.)*  
*(Meets a University Core Curriculum Natural Science requirement and biology major requirement only if the biology department certifies that the student has completed an appropriate, advanced biology laboratory in high school; or after successful completion of BIOL 192 .)
Chemistry
  3 CHEM 121A (3 cr.) 
  4 or 5  CHEM 121A (3 cr.) and CHEM 122A (3 cr.) 
(Meets a University Core Curriculum Natural Science and chemistry major requirement only if the Chemistry Department certifies that the student has completed an appropriate, advanced chemistry laboratory in high school; or after successful completion of CHEM 121L and CHEM 122L .) 
Computer Science 
Computer Science A  3, 4, or 5  CS 135 (3 cr.) 
Computer Science AB  3
4 or 5 
CS 135 (3 cr.)
CS 135 (3 cr.) and CS 202 (3 cr.) 
Economics 
Microeconomics  3, 4, or 5  ECON 102 (3 cr.) 
Macroeconomics  3. 4, or 5  ECON 103 (3 cr.) 
English 
English Language & Composition  3
4 or 5 
ENG 101 (3 cr.)
ENG 101 (3 cr.) and ENG 102 (3 cr.) 
English Literature & Composition 3
4 or 5

 
ENG 101 (3 cr.)
ENG 101 (3 cr.) and ENG 297 (3 cr.) OR
ENG 101 (3 cr.) and ENG 102 (3 cr.) when ENG 104 is taken.
(No more than 6 credits may be awarded for AP exams in English.) 
Environmental Science 
  4 or 5  ENV 100 (3 cr.)
Foreign Languages 
French, German, Spanish    FREN, GER, SPAN 
Language   4 or 5  111 (4 cr.) and 112 (4 cr.) 
Literature  4 or 5  111 (4 cr.) and 112 (4 cr.), 211 (3 cr.), 212 (3 cr.)
Latin    LAT
Vergil  3, 4, or 5  LAT 205 (2 cr.), LAT 209 (2 cr.), FLL 295 (2 cr.) 
Literature  3, 4, or 5   LAT 205 (2 cr.), LAT 209 (2 cr.), FLL 295 (2 cr.)  
Geography 
Human Geography  4 or 5  GEOG 106 (3 cr.) 
History 
American  4 or 5  HIST 101 (3 cr.) and HIST 102 (3 cr.) 
European  4 or 5  HIST 105 (3 cr.) and HIST 106 (3 cr.)  
World  3, 4. or 5  History Elective (3 cr.) 
Mathematics 
Calculus A, B and A,B (subgrade)  3, 4, or 5  MATH 181 (4 cr.) 
Calculus B, C  3, 4, or 5  MATH 181 (4 cr.) and MATH 182 (4 cr.) 
Statistics  3, 4, or 5  STAT 152 (3 cr.) 
Music 
Theory  3, 4, or 5  Music Elective (3 cr.) 
Physics 
3, 4, or 5  PHYS 151A (3 cr.) and PHYS 152A (3 cr.) 
C (Mechanics)  3, 4, or 5  PHYS 180 (3 cr.) 
C (Electricity & Magnetism)  3, 4, or 5  PHYS 181 (3 cr.)  
Must complete appropriate physics laboratory courses (PHYS 151L , PHYS 152L , PHYS 180L , PHYS 181L ) to meet University Core Curriculum Natural Sciences requirement.
Political Science 
Government and Politics  3, 4, or 5  PSC 101 (3 cr.) 
(Meets University Core Humanities 203 requirement ONLY after successful completion of PSC 100 (1 cr.) available via Independent Learning Department.)
Comparative Government & Politics  3, 4, or 5  PSC 211 (3 cr.) 
Psychology 
  3, 4, or 5  PSY 101 (3 cr.) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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