Credit by Exam: AP Scores
With 38 courses in everything from computer science to art history, AP® gives you the opportunity to dig deeper into subjects you're curious about and earn college credit while in high school.
Deciding to take an AP course lets colleges and universities know that you have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. When admissions officers see “AP” on your transcript, they know that what you experienced in a particular class has prepared you well for the challenges of college. Taking AP is a sign that you’re up for the most rigorous classes your high school has to offer.
Through AP courses Modern Languages majors learn how to speak, write, and read in Arabic, Chinesse, French, German, Spanish. They study literature written in the selected language. Learn more about AP courses and exams here.
An AP score of 3 or higher fulfills the world language requirement and is the basis for awarding credit. The Office of the Registrar will notify you of your eligibility for credit upon receiving an application for admission and the official AP score report.
See the complete AP scores chart at the Academic Information section of the Undergraduate Catalog (pdf).