ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) CREDIT


AP-Advanced Placement Program

Students who have pursued college level studies while in high school AP courses are encouraged to avail themselves of the advantages provided by the AP Program of the College Board. Those entitled to AP credit should have their official scores submitted to the Office of Academic Success and Graduate Services in Suite 301 of Marshall Hall (903-923-2076).The College Board’s AP Office can be reached at (609) 771-7366 or (888) 308-0013. Find more information about AP Testing at the link: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html

The following credit is awarded effective 6/1/2010.

AP Tests

Score

Course

Credits

CalculusAB

3 or above

Mathematics 2401

4

CalculusBC

3 or above

Mathematics 2401

4

Chemistry

3 or above

Chemistry 1311 and 1312

6

Language / Composition

3 or above

English 1301

3

Literature / Composition

3 or above

English 1301 and 1302

6

US History

4 or above

History 1301 and 1302

6

European History

4 or above

History 2322

3

Biology

3 or above

Biology 1406 and 1407

8

Physics B

3 or above

Physics 1401 and 1402

8

Physics C (mechanics)

3 or above

Physics 1401

4

Physics C (electricity)

3 or above

Physics 1402

4

Political Science

3 or above

Political Science 2303

3

Psychology

4 or above

Psychology 1301

3

Spanish

3

Spanish 1411 and 1412

8

Spanish

4

Add 2311

3

Statistics

3 or above

Mathematics 1342

3

French

Same as Spanish

Same as Spanish

Same

Economics

5 or above

ECON 2303

3