Transfer and Credit

Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement is high school coursework that leads to examination for college credit. Listed below are passing scores and the number of semester credit hours earned.

American History

3 - HIS 2053 U. S. History to 1877  (3 hours)

4 - HIS 2053, 2063 U. S. History to 1877 and U. S. History Since1877  (6 hours)

Art 2D Design

3 - Faculty will examine portfolio and recommend credit

Art 3D Design

3 - Faculty will examine portfolio and recommend credit

Art History

3 - Art 2033 Humanities: Art (3 hours)

Biology

3 - BIO 1013, 1021 Intro to Biology and Intro to Biology Lab (4 hours)

Chemistry

3 - CHM 1014 University Chemistry I (4 hours)

4 - CHM 1014, 1024 University Chemistry I and University Chemistry II (8 hours)

Computer Science A

3 - CSC 2003 Introduction to Computers (3 hours)

Computer Science Principles

3 - CSC 2003 Introduction to Computers (3 hours)

Economics/Macro

3 - ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hours)

Economics/Micro

3 - ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics (3 hours)

English Lang/Comp

3 - ENG 1463 Freshman English A (3 hours)

English Lit/Comp

3 - ENG 1473 Freshman English B (3 hours)

Environmental Science

3 - BIO 2283 Environmental Science (3 hours)

European History

3 - HIS 1013 Civilization to 1660 (3 hours)

5 - HIS 1013, 1023 Civ to 1660 and Civ Since 1660 (6 hours)

French Language & Culture

3 - FRE 2033 French III (3 hours)

German Language & Culture

3 - GER 2033 German III (3 hours)

Govt & Pol US

3 - PSC 1013 American National Government (3 hours)

Human Geography

3 - GEO 1023 Introduction to Geography (3 hours)

Math Calc AB

3 - MTH 1294 Calculus I (4 hours)

Math Calc BC

3 - MTH 2044 Calculus II (4 hours)

Music Theory

3 - MUS 2033 Humanities: Music (3 hours)

Physics I

3 - PHY 2034 General Physics I (4 hours)

Physics II

3 - PHY 2044 General Physics II (4 hours)

Psychology

3 - PSY 1013 General Psychology (3 hours)

Spanish Language & Culture

3 - SPA 2033 Spanish III (3 credits)

Statistics

3 - MTH 2323 Statistical Methods (3 hours)

Studio Art

3 - Faculty will examine portfolio and recommend credit

World History

4 - HIS 1023 Civ Since 1660 (3 hours)