Aug 21, 2019  
2010-2011 Denver Campus Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Denver Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Transfer of AP Credit


   

Advanced Placement (AP)

Credit award and course equivalency information listed in this table applies only to degree programs completed entirely at the Downtown Campus. Health programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus have different credit award policies; visit www.ucdenver.edu and/or contact the program office directly for additional information.

 

Subject Area Examination Title* Minimum Score Credit Hours Awarded UC Denver Equivalent Course
Art Art History 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 FINE 2600, FINE 2610
  Studio Art – Drawing Portfolio 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 FINE 1100
  Studio Art – 2-D Design Portfolio 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 FINE 1400
  Studio Art – 3-D Design Portfolio 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 FINE 1500
Biology Biology – Exam only (See Note 2) 5, 4 6 BIOL 2051, BIOL 2061
  Biology – Exam and full-year AP course (See Note 3) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 8 BIOL 2051, BIOL 2061,
        BIOL 2071, BIOL 2081
Chinese Chinese Language and Culture             5 6 CHIN 2120, None
  Chinese Language and Culture 4 6 CHIN 2110, CHIN 2120
  Chinese Language and Culture 3 (See note 1) 3 CHIN 2110
Chemistry Chemistry – Exam only (See Note 2) 5, 4 6 CHEM 2031, CHEM 2061
  Chemistry – Exam and full-year AP course (See Note 3) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 9 CHEM 2031, CHEM 2038,
        CHEM 2061, CHEM 2068
Computer Science Computer Science A 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 (See Note 4)
  Computer Science A, B 5, 4 ,3 (See Note 1) 6 (See Note 5)
English Composition/Literature 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 ENGL 1020, None
  Language/Composition 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 ENGL 1020, None
Economics Economics: Macro 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 ECON 2012
  Economics: Micro 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 ECON 2022
Environmental Science Environmental Science – Exam only 5, 4 3 None
  Environmental Science – Exam and full-year AP course 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 4 ENVS 1042
French French Language 5 6 FREN 2120, None
  French Language 4 6 FREN 2110, FR 2120
  French Language 3 (See Note 1) 3 FREN 2110
  French Literature 5 6 None
  French Literature 4 3 None
  French Literature 3 (See Note 1) 3 FREN 2120
Geography Human Geography 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 GEOG 1302
German German Language 5 6 GRMN 2120, None
  German Language 4 6 GRMN 2110, GRMN 2120
  German Language 3 (See Note 1) 3 GRMN 2110
Government – (Political Science) Government and Politics (US) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 PSCI 1101
  Government and Politics (Comparative) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 PSCI 1001
History American History 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 HIST 1361, HIST 1362
  European History 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 HIST 1211, HIST 1212
  World History 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 6 HIST 1016, HIST 1026
Italian Italian Language and Culture 5,4 6 None
  Italian Language and Culture 3 (See Note 1) 3 None
Japanese Japanese Language and Culture 5,4 6 None
  Japanese Language and Culture 3 (See Note 1) 3 None
Latin/Classics Latin Vergil 5, 4 6 LATN 2010, LATN 2020
  Latin Vergil 3 (See Note 1) 3 LATN 2010
  Latin Catullus Horace 5, 4 6 None
  Latin Catullus Horace 3 (See Note 1) 3 None
Math-Calculus Calculus AB 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 4 MATH 1401
  Calculus (EN) AB 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 4 MATH 1401
  Calculus BC 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 8 MATH 1401, MATH 2411
  Calculus (EN) BC 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 8 MATH 1401, MATH 2411
Music Music Theory 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 PMUS 1100 (See Note 6)
Physics Physics B – Exam only (See Note 2) 5, 4 8 PHYS 2010, PHYS 2020
  Physics C – Exam only (Mechanics) (See Note 2) 5, 4 4 PHYS 2311
  Physics C – Exam only (Elec/Mag) (See Note 2) 5, 4 4 PHYS 2331
  Physics B – Exam and full-year AP course (See Note 2) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 10 10 PHYS 2010, PHYS 2020,
        PHYS 2030, PHYS 2040
  Physics C (Mechanics) (See Note 3) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 4 PHYS 2311, PHYS 2321
  Physics C (Elec/Mag) (See Note 3) 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 4 PHYS 2331, PHYS 2341
Psychology Psychology 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 PSYC 1000 or 1005 or elective
Spanish Spanish Language 5 6 SPAN 2120, None
  Spanish Language 4 6 SPAN 2110, SPAN 2120
  Spanish Language 3 (See Note 1) 3 SPAN 2110
  Spanish Literature 5 6 None
  Spanish Literature 4 3 None
  Spanish Literature 3 (See Note 1) 3 SPAN 2120
Statistics Statistics 5, 4, 3 (See Note 1) 3 MATH 2830

Note 1: An AP exam score of 3 requires a minimum grade of A in the second semester of the high school AP course for credit to be awarded.

Note 2: Students may take the corresponding UC Denver laboratory course to meet a lab science core curriculum or major requirement. See the academic department for additional information.

Note 3: Students must meet the major department’s laboratory proficiency standards before enrolling in additional laboratory courses. See the academic department for additional information.

Note 4: Computer science majors who demonstrate proficiency in C++ programming will receive credit that substitutes for C SC 1410. Business majors will receive credit that substitutes for ISMG 2200.

Note 5: Computer science majors who demonstrate proficiency in C++ programming will receive credit that substitutes for C SC 1410 and C SC 2421. Business majors will receive credit that substitutes for ISMG 2200 and three elective credits.

Note 6: Students must pass a proficiency exam before enrolling in PMUS 1200. Contact CAMadvising@ucdenver.edu for information.


  *Duplicate credit for exams and/or college courses with similar content is not awarded.

UC Denver School Code:
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