Advanced Placement

North Carolina A&T State University participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) offered by the College Board to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for high school students to proceed with their education. Students must submit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions an official transcript from the College Board for scores to be considered. North Carolina A&T State University awards college credit for qualifying AP examination scores as determined by the Director of Undergraduate Admissions, in consultation with the chairperson of the appropriate academic department. Acceptance of AP tests and scores is subject to change without notice. AP credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course.

Advanced Placement

AP EXAMINATION

SCORE

REQUIRED

HOURS

GRANTED

UNIVERSITY COURSES

SATISFIED

Art History

3

3

Art 224

Biology

3

4

Biology 100

Calculus AB

3

4

Math 131

Calculus BC

3

4

Math 131,132

Chemistry*

4

3

Chemistry 106

Comparative Government & Politics

3

3

Political Science 310

Computer Science A

3

3

Computer Science 120

Computer Science AB

3

4

Computer Science 160

English Language & Composition

3

3

English 100

4

6

English 100, 101

English Literature & Composition

3

3

English 100

4

6

English 100, 101

European History

3

6

History 303, 304

French Literature

3

6

FREN 402, 403

German Language

3

6

GERM 101, 102

Latin/Virgil

3

6

Foreign Language Elective

Latin/Catallus, Horace

3

6

Foreign Language Elective

French Language

3

6

FREN 101, 102

Environmental Science

3

3

EASC 201

Spanish Language

3

6

SPAN 101, 102

Macroeconomics

3

3

Economics 201

Microeconomics

3

3

Economics 200

Music Theory

3

6

Music 101, 102

Physics B*

3

6

Physics 225, 226

Physics C*

3

8

Physics 241, 242

Psychology

3

3

Psychology 320

Spanish Literature

3

6

SPAN 404, 405

Studio Art/Drawing

3

3

Art Elective

Studio Art/General

3

3

Art 100

U.S. Government & Politics

3

3

Political Science 200

United States History

3

6

History 204, 205

 *Proficiency exam(s) required to earn credit for corresponding lab courses.

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