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Through the High School Advanced Placement Program, high school students who are qualified through registration in an advanced placement course in their high schools or though other special education experiences may apply for advanced placement and college credit though the Advanced Placement Program of the College Board. To receive credit, student must earn at least a grade of three. Transfer students who have AP credit transcripted as college courses from their previous institution will receive that course credit at SIU as transfer credit. The maximum credit granted through advanced placement examinations is 30 hours (fifteen for an associate degree).

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Student Services Building 0382, Mailcode 4725
1263 Lincoln Drive
Carbondale, IL 62901
transferservices@siu.edu

 

Exam Title

Score

Course Equivalent

UCC Category

Hours

Arts

Art History 3 HIST 201: Music and Ideas in the Western World Fine Arts 3
Music Theory 3 MUS 104A: Aural Skills and MUS 105A: Basic Harmony   4
Studio Art 2-D Design 3 AD 207C: Introduction to Art History III Humanities 3
Studio Art 3-D Design 3 AD 207B: Introduction to Art History II Humanities 3
Studio Art Drawing 3 AD 207A: Introduction to Art History I Humanities 3

English

English Language & Composition  3, 4 ENGL 101: English Composition I Composition I 3
English Language & Composition  5 ENGL 120H: Honors Advanced Freshman Composition  Composition I & II 6
English Language & Composition  3 ENGL 121: The Western Literary Tradition Humanities 3

History & Social Sciences

Comparative Government & Politics 3 POLS 250: Introduction to Comparative Politics Social Science  3
European History 3 HIST 205A & HIST 205B: History of Western Civ Social Science or Humanities 6
Human Geography 3 GEOG 103: World Geography Social Science 3
Macroeconomics 3 ECON 241: Macroeconomics Social Science  3
Microeconomics 3 ECON 240: Microeconomics Social Science  3
Psychology 3 PSYC 102: Introduction to Psychology Social Science 3
United States Government & Politics 3 POLS 114: Introduction to American Politics Social Science 3
United States History 3 HIST 110: Twentieth Century America Social Science 3
World History 3 HIST 101A & HIST 101B: The History of World Civ Humanities 6

Mathematics & Computer Science

Calculus AB 3 MATH 150: Calculus I  Math 4
Calculus BC 3 MATH 150 & MATH 250: Calculus I & Calculus II Math 8
Computer Science A 3 CS 201: Problem Solving with Computers   3
Computer Science B 4, 5 CS 201 & CS 202: Problem Solving with Computers & Intro to Computer Science   7
Computer Science Principles 3 CS 201: Problem Solving with Computers   3
Computer Science Principles 4, 5 CS 201 & CS 202: Problem Solving with Computers & Intro to Computer Science   7
Statistics 3 MATH 101: Introduction to Contemporary Math Math 3
Statistics 4, 5 MATH 282: Introduction to Statistics Math 3

Sciences

Biology 3 PLB/ZOOL 115: General Biology Life Science 3
Biology 4, 5 ZOOL 118: Principles of Animal Biology Life Science 4
Chemistry  3 CHEM 200: Introduction to Chemical Principles Life Science 3
Chemistry  4, 5 CHEM 200 & CHEM 210: Introduction to Chemical Principles & General & Inorganic Chemistry Life Science 6
Environmental Science 3 GEOL 111/112: Geology and the Environment Physical Science 3
Physics 1 3 PHYS 101: Physics that Changed the World Physical Science 3
Physics 1 4, 5 PHYS 203/253A: College Physics Physical Science 4
Physics 2 3 PHYS 101: Physics that Changed the World Physical Science 3
Physics 2 4, 5 PHYS 203/253B: College Physics Physical Science 4
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 3 PHYS 101: Physics that Changed the World Physical Science 3
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 4, 5 PHYS 205/255B: University Physics Physical Science 5
Physics C: Mechanics 3 PHYS 101: Physics that Changed the World Physical Science 3
Physics C: Mechanics 4, 5 PHYS 205/255A & PHYS 206A: University Physics & Problem Solving for PHYS 205A Physical Science 5

World Languages & Cultures

Chinese Language and Culture 3 CHIN 390: Independent Chinese Study   3
Chinese Language and Culture 4, 5 CHIN 390: Independent Chinese Study   6
French Language and Culture 3 FR 311: Modern French Literature   3
French Language and Culture 4, 5 FR 311: Modern French Literature and FR 330: Advanced Writing Skills   6
German Language and Culture 3 GER 390A: Directed Language Learning   3
German Language and Culture 4, 5 GER 390A and GER 390B: Directed Language Learning   6
Italian Language and Culture 3 UCC Humanities Substitution Humanities 3
Japanese Language and Culture 3 JPN 320A: Advanced Japanese   3
Japanese Language and Culture 4, 5 JPN 320A: Advanced Japanese and JPN 390: Independent Study in Japanese   6
Latin 3 CLAS 391: Reading in Latin   3
Latin 4, 5 CLAS 391: Reading in Latin   6
Spanish Language and Culture 3 SPAN 306: Intermediate Readings in Spanish   3
Spanish Language and Culture 4, 5 SPAN 304: Hispanic Film & Conversation and SPAN 306: Intermediate Reading in Spanish   6