These examinations are for students in high school. Upon receipt of an official score from the College Board and a satisfactory essay when required, the Office of Admissions and Records grants credit as specified and assigns a grade of "S" for scores of 3, 4 or 5.
Those students who successfully complete CBAPE examinations in French, German, Latin or Spanish satisfy the foreign language requirements in the College of Liberal Arts.
For complete information on AP test placement, see College Board Advanced Placement Examination (CBAPE) in the online catalog.
The University awards advanced standing credit for IB higher level examinations passed with scores of 5,6, or 7. Credit is not granted for the standard level examinations. A maximum of 24 elective credits may be granted for the IB diploma program. Evaluation is on a course by course basis with a maximum of eight semester credits granted in any one discipline. The applicability of IB credits towards satisfying specific major/degree requirements is determined by individual colleges and departments. A maximum of 60 semester credits may be earned in any combination of non-traditional learning examinations and applied towards a bachelor's degree.
For complete information on IB test placement, see International Baccalaureate (IB) Examination in the online catalog.
The University maintains all of its official academic information in the General Course Catalog. When visiting the General Course Catalog, users are recommended to use the search box in the upper-right area of the website. It is also helpful to narrow your search using the following options from the drop-down menu: