Advanced Placement Credit - The University of Tulsa

Advanced Placement Credit

AP Exam Score Requirements and Course Credit Equivalencies: Effective Fall 2019

Students may earn a maximum of 36 credit hours through exam credit (AP, IB, A-Levels, and/or Proficiency Exams)

AP ExamRequired ScoreTU Course NumberTU Course TitleCredit Hours Awarded*
Art, History of4ARTH 1663Introduction to Visual Arts3 (Block I)
Biology4BIOL 1603/1611Introduction to Organismal & Evolutionary Biology with lab8
BIOL 1703/1711Molecular & Cellular Biology with Lab
Calculus AB or Calc I BC subtest3MATH 2014Calculus I4
Calculus BC3MATH 2014 and 2024Calculus I and II8
Capstone (Seminar & Research)3ID 1663AP Capstone (General Elective)3
Chemistry4CHEM 1013 and 1023General Chemistry I and II (lab work may be reviewed by faculty for credit)6
Chinese Language3CHIN 1004 & 1014Beginning Chinese I, II8
4CHIN 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning Chinese I & II, Intermediate Chinese I & II14
5Above credit plus CHIN 3003Advanced Chinese17
Computer Science A3CS 1043Intro to Programming & Problem Solving3
Computer Science Principles3CS 1663Computer Science Principles3
Macroeconomics**4ECON 2013Macroeconomics3 (Block II)
Microeconomics**4ECON 2023Microeconomics3 (Block II)
English Language/Composition4ENGL 1033Exposition and Argumentation3
English Literature/Composition4ENGL 1053The Narrative Imagination3 (Block I)
Environmental Science4BIOL 1033The Environment and Humanity3 (Block III)
French Language3FR 1004, 1014Beginning French I, II8
4FR 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning French I, II and Intermediate French I, II14
5Above credit plus FR 3023Advanced French17
French Literature3FR 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning French I, II and Intermediate French I, II14
4Above credit plus FR 3023Advanced French17
5Above credit plus FR 3000+One additional upper division French course approved by dept. chair20
German Language3GERM 1004, 1014Beginning German I, II8
4GERM 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning German I, II
Intermediate German I, II
14
5Above credit plus GERM 3993One additional upper level German course17
German Literature3GERM 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning German I, II, and Intermediate German I, II14
4Above credit plus GERM 3003Advanced German17
5Above credit plus GERM 3000+One additional upper division German course approved by dept. chair20
Government & Politics (Comparative)4POL 2023European Politics3 (Block II)
Government & Politics (US)4POL 2033World Politics3 (Block II)
History (American)4HIST 2503American Republic3 (Block II)
History (European)4HIST 2403Modern Europe3 (Block II)
History (World)4HIST 166320th Century World History3 (Block II)
Human Geography4GEOG 1663Human Geography3 (Block II)
Latin, Literature or Virgil3LAT 1004, 1014Beginning Latin I, II8
4LAT 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning Latin I, II, and Intermediate Latin I, II14
5Above credit plus LAT 3023Advanced Latin Texts17
Music Theory ***4MUS 1013, 1023, 1011, and 1021Music Theory I, II: Ear Training Lab I, II8
Physics 14PHYS 1013Introduction to Physics I (lab work may be reviewed by faculty for credit)3 (Block III)
Physics 24PHYS 1023Introduction to Physics II (lab work may be reviewed by faculty for credit)3 (Block III)
Physics C - E&M4PHYS 2063General Physics II (lab work may be reviewed by faculty for credit)3
Physics C - Mechanics4PHYS 2053General Physics I (lab work may be reviewed by faculty for credit)3
Pol. Sci - Amer. Gov. & Politics4POL 2053Governing Ideas in America3 (Block II)
Psychology3PSY 2253Foundations of Psychology3 (Block II)
Spanish Language3SPAN 1004, 1014Beginning Spanish I, II8
4SPAN 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning Spanish I, II, and Intermediate Spanish I, II14
5Above credit plus SPAN 3003Spanish Composition or SPAN 3043, Spanish Conversation17
Spanish Literature3SPAN 1004, 1014, 2003, 2013Beginning Spanish I, II, and Intermediate Spanish I, II14
4Above credit plus 3003 or 3043SPAN 3003, Spanish Composition or SPAN 3043, Spanish Conversation17
5Above credit plus SPAN 3000+One additional upper division Spanish course approved by dept chair20
Statistics3STAT 2013 or QM 2013Intro to Statistics or Statistics I3
Studio Art: 2-D3ART 2063Digital Art: Survey and Practice3
Studio Art: 3-D3ART 2093Ceramics Today3
Studio Art: Drawing4ART 1663Introduction to Studio Art3

*Courses designated Block I, II or III fulfill General Education requirements of the Tulsa curriculum.

**Scores of 4 or 5 on both Micro and Macroeconomics will result in credit for Econ 2013: Macroeconomics and Econ 1013: Economics of Social Issues.

***In addition to a score of 4, a grade of B is required in the AP Music Theory course.

Note: Credit and course offerings may vary on a yearly basis. Official AP exam scores from the College Board must be submitted to the Office of Registration and Records before credit can be awarded. AP credit will appear on the student’s University of Tulsa transcript. Transfer students must submit scores from AP and will receive credit according to the qualifying score required by The University of Tulsa, not their previous institution.