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Crookston Campus Policy

Advanced Placement (AP)
Policy Owner: Registrar
Date Effective: 
February 2014
Date Revised: 
December 2016

POLICY STATEMENT

Entering freshmen may earn college credit in some subject areas by receiving satisfactory scores on the College Entrance and Examination Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program examinations. Credits granted may be applied toward college degree requirements. In those cases in which a corresponding UMC course does not exist, “blanket credit” may be granted (with appropriate campus approval) and such credits may be used to meet certain liberal education requirements.

UMC Policy
AP Examinations ScoreUMC Course EquivalencyCredit
Art History 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Biology 3-5 BIOL 1009-General Biology 4
Calculus AB 3-5 MATH 1271-Calculus I 4
Calculus BC 3 MATH 1271-Calculus I 4
4-5 MATH 1271-Calculus I MATH 1272-Calculus II 8
Chemistry 3-5 CHEM 1061 & 1065-Chem Prin I
CHEM 1062 & 1066-Chem Prin II
8
Chinese Language and Culture 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Computer Science A 3-5 SE 2050 - Introduction to Programming 3
Computer Science Principles 3-5 - 3
Environmental Science 3-5 NATR 1226 - Environmental Science & Sustainability 3
Macroeconomics 3-5 ECON 2102-Macroeconomics 3
Microeconomics 3-5 ECON 2101-Microeconmics 3
English Language and Composition 3-5 COMP 1011-Composition I 3
English Literature and Composition 3-5 - 3 Cr.; Goal Area 6: The Humanities
French Literature 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Geography – Human 3-5 Geog 1104-World Regional Geography Goal Area 5: History and the Behavioral and Social Sciences Goal Area 8: Global Perspective
Comparative Government & Politics 3-5 POL 1054-Comparative Government 3
United States Government & Politics 3-5 POL 1001-American Government 3
History – European 3-5 - Goal Area 5: History and the Behavioral and Social Sciences
History – World 3-5 Hist 1021-World Civilization I
Hist 1022-World Civilization II
Goal Area 5: History and the Behavioral and Social Sciences Goal Area 8: Global Perspective
U.S. History 3-5 HIST 1301-American History I
HIST 1302-American History II
6
Italian Language and Culture 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Japanese Language and Culture 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Latin Literature 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Music Theory 3 MUS 1111-Elem. Music Theory 3
4-5 MUS 1111-Elem. Music Theory
MUS Elective
6
Physics 1: Algebra Based 3-5 PHYS 1101-Intro to College Physics I 4
Physics 2: Algebra Based 3-5 PHYS 1102-Inro to College Physics II 4
Physics B 3-5 PHYS 1101-Intro to College Physics I
PHYS 1102-Inro to College Physics II
8
Physics C: Mechanics 3-5 PHYS 1101-Intro to College Physics I 4
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 3-5 PHYS 1102-Intro to College Physics II 4
Psychology 3-5 PSY 1001-Intro to Psychology 3
Spanish Language 3-5 SPAN 1104-Beginning Spanish I
SPAN 1204-Beginning Spanish II
8
Spanish Literature 3-5 - Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Statistics 3-5 MATH 1150-Elementary Statistics 3
Studio Art: 2-D Design 3-5 - 43 cr.; Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Studio Art: 3-D Design 3-5 - 43 cr.; Goal Area 6: The Humanities
Studio Art: Drawing 3-5 - 43 cr.; Goal Area 6: The Humanities

REASON FOR POLICY

Provide credit for College Entrance and Examination Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program examinations.

POLICY CONTACTS

SubjectContactPhoneFax/Email
Primary Contact Ken Myers, Registrar 218-281-8200 kmyers@crk.umn.edu

PROCEDURES

Contact the Office of the Registrar.

OTHER INFORMATION

There is no Other Information associated with this policy.

POLICY HISTORY

Effective
February 2014

Approved by UMC: Faculty Assembly February 28, 2014; 12/16/2016