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AP College Credit Equivalency

Students may be granted college credit for Advanced Placement tests (AP Tests). The following chart lists the advanced placement subjects accepted at Eastern Connecticut State University and the amount of credit that may be awarded. AP credit awards are similar to transfer credit in that they are not calculated into the student's cumulative grade point average.

Please note that the chart represents a general outline of AP credit. In all cases, credit is available only for grades of 3 or higher.

Information on IB (International Baccalaureate) credits

AP Exam Name Equivalent Course(s) at Eastern Connecticut Credits Awarded Requirement Filled
Art General ART 100 (Intro Studio Art) 3 T1A- Arts in Context
Art 2D Design ART 110 (2D Design) 3 T1A- Arts in Context
Art 3D Design ART 111 (3D Design) 3 T1A- Arts in Context
Art Drawing ART 109 (Drawing 1) 3 T2CE- Creative Expression
Art History ART 211 (Pre-History to 1400) 3 T1H- Historical Perspective
ART 212 (1400 to Present) 3
Studio Art ART 202 (Drawing 1) 3 T2CE- Creative Expression
Biology BIO 120 (Organismal Biology with Lab) 4 T1NS- Natural Science
BIO 202 (Human Bio Lecture) 3
BIO 203 (Human Bio Lab) 1
Chemistry CHE 210 (General Chemistry 1) 3  
CHE 212 (General Chemistry 1 Lab) 1
CHE 211 (General Chemistry 2) 3
CHE 213 (General Chemistry 2 Lab) 1
Computer Science A CSC 100 (Computer Concepts) 3  
Computer Science AB CSC 100 (Computer Concepts) 3  
CSC 210 (Computer Programming 1- C++) 3
Economics- Macro ECO 200 (Principles of Macroeconomics) 3 T1SS- Social Science
Economics- Micro ECO 201 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 T2IS- Individual & Societies
Environmental Science EES 304 (Environmental Issues) 3  
English Language/ Composition ENG 100 (College Writing) 3 T1W- College Writing
English Literature/ Composition ENG 100 (College Writing) 3 T1W- College Writing
ENG 125 (Intro to Literature) 3 T1LT- Literature and Thought
English Language/ Composition/ Literature ENG 100 (College Writing) 3 T1W- College Writing
ENG 125 (Intro to Literature) 3 T1LT- Literature and Thought
French Language FRE 210 (Intermediate French 1) 3  
FRE 211 (Intermediate French 2) 3
French Literature FRE 320 (Literature 1: France) 3  
FRE 321 (Literature 2: France) 3
Human Geography GEO 100 (Intro to Geography) 3 T1SS- Social Science
German Language MCL 2xx (Modern and Classical Language Elective) 6  
U.S. History HIS 120 (Early American 1607-1877) 3 T1H- Historical Perspective
HIS 121 (Recent American 1877-present) 3
European History HIS 230 (Western Civ Before 1500) 3 T2CP- Cultural Perspective
HIS 231 (Western Civ Since 1500) 3
World History HIS 115 (Intro to World History) 3 T1H- Historical Perspective
HIS 116 (Intro to Modern World History) 3
Latin Vergil MCL 2xx (Modern and Classical Language Elective 6  
Latin Literature MCL 2xx (Modern and Classical Language Elective 6  
Calculus AB MAT 243 (Calculus 1 w Technology) 4 T1M- Mathematics
Statistics MAT 216 (Statistical Data Analysis) 3 T2IT- Applied Info Technology
Calculus BC MAT 243 (Calculus 1 w Technology) 4 T1M- Mathematics
MAT 244 (Calculus 2 w Technology) 4
Music Theory MUS 305 (Theory of Music 1) 3  
Physics B PHY 204 (General Physics w Lab) 4  
PHY 205 (Physics 2 w Lab) 4
Physics C PHY 2xx (Physics Elective) 4  
U.S. Gov't and Politics PSC 110 (American Government and Politics 3 T1SS- Social Science
Comparative Gov't and Politics PSC 208 (Comparative Politics) 3 T2IS- Individual and Societies
Psychology PSY 100 (Intro to Psychology) 3 T1SS- Social Science
Spanish Language SPA 211 (Intermediate Spanish 2) 3 Earning a 3 will earn you credits for SPA 211 and SPA 3xx.
SPA 3xx (Spanish Elective) 3
SPA 310 (Advanced Spanish 1) 3 Earning a 4 or 5 will earn you credits in SPA 310 and SPA 3xx.
SPA 3xx (Spanish Elective) 3
Spanish Literature SPA 320 (Spanish Literature 1) 3  
SPA 321 (Spanish Literature 2) 3