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Advanced Placement

 

Credit by Examination

Armstrong Atlantic State University grants credit toward a college degree for the examinations and scores listed below. Credit awarded by examination cannot replace a previous grade earned for the same course.
 

Examinations for High School Students: Advanced Placement

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Test Minimum Score Required AASU Equivalent Credit Hours
Art History (4) ARTS 1100 (3)
Biology (4) BIOL 1107 (4)
Biology (5) BIOL 1107 and 1108 (8)
Chemistry (3) CHEM 1211/L (4)
Computer Science A (4) CSCI 1301 (3)
Drawing I (3) ARTS 1010 (3)
English Language & Composition (3) ENGL 1101 (3)
English Literature & Composition (3) ENGL 1101 (3)
English Literature & Composition (5) ENGL 1101 and 1102 (6a)
Environmental Science (3) BIOL 1140 (3)
European History (3) Elective (3)
European History (5) Elective (6)
French Language (3) FREN 1001 (3b)
French Language (4) FREN 1001, 1002, 2001,2002 (12d)
French Literature (3*) FREN 1001 (3)
German Language (3*) GRMN 1001 (3)
Government & Politics: US (3) Elective** (3)
Human Geography (4) GEOG 2120 (3)
Latin/Latin Literature (3*) LATN 1001 (3)
Mathematics/Calculus AB (3) MATH 1161 (4)
Mathematics/Calculus B/C (3) MATH 1161and 2072 (8)
Macroeconomics (3) ECON 2105 (3)
Microeconomics (3) ECON 2106 (3)
Music Theory (3) MUSC 1200 (3)
Physics B (3) PHYS 1111K (4)
Physics C / Mechanics (3) PHYS 2211K (4)
Physics C / Electrical and Magnetic (3) PHYS 2212K (4)
Psychology (3) PSYC 1101 (3)
Spanish Language (3) SPAN 1001 (3b)
Spanish Language (4) SPAN 1001, 1002, 2001,2002 (12d)
Spanish Literature (3*) SPAN 1001 (3)
Statistics (3) MATH 2200 (3)
Studio Art (Art-Drawing) (3) ARTS 1010 (3)
2-D Design (3) ARTS 1020 (3)
3-D Design (3) ARTS 1030 (3)
U.S. History (3) HIST 2111 or 2112 (3)
U.S. History (5) HIST 2111 and 2112 (6)
World History (3) HIST 1111 or 1112 (3)
World History (5) HIST 1111 and 1112 (6)


These guidelines are subject to change without notice. Academic departments select examinations and determine passing scores, which follow the test titles. The credit hours awarded are the same as those earned by students who complete the equivalent course(s). The letter grade K is used to identify credit by examination and has no effect on the academic grade point average. The registrar's office adds courses and credit hours to the academic records of enrolled students.

* Consult head of Languages, Literature, and Philosophy Department if score is higher than 3.

  1. A grade of C or better in ENGL 2100 is required before credit is given.
  2. A grade of C or better in 2001 language course is required before credit is given.
  3. A grade of C or better in a 3000-level language course is required before credit is given.
  4. A grade of C or better in a 3000 level language course (that continues their sequence of study in the same language) is required before credit is given.


For additional information, please contact the Admissions Office or the Registrar's Office.

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