Advanced Placement Credit
Augustana Pre-Enrollment Earned Credit Policy for First-Year Students
First year students who earn college-level credit prior to the first term of enrollment at Augustana may declare up to one year of pre-enrollment credit. This can be up to 30 credits of combined AP, dual-enrollment credit, community college credit and/or IB work, with the following additional limitation: the IB + AP combined maximum limit is 18 credits.
First year students have until the end of their first-term of enrollment to declare their pre-enrollment credits. Once applied to the record these credits may not be changed.
Students who wish to transfer in more than 30 credits will be treated as transfer students for all financial assistance, scholarship considerations and academic policies.
Once declared, this is an irreversible decision. See the College Catalog for additional policies governing pre-enrollment credit.
Senate approved 4-12-12
First-year students who have taken the College Board Advanced Placement Examination may be eligible for as many as 18 credits. Students who wish to have their scores considered should request that the College Board send them directly to Augustana College. Scores of 4 or 5 may result in credit. Students earning more than 18 credits should complete the necessary form in the Office of the Registrar no later than the first term of enrollment to declare the courses, up to 18 credits, that they wish to have applied to their record. Academic departments determine which scores result in credit.
Gen. Ed. Requirement
|Art Studio: Drawing||4||Art 101||
(6 credits max)
|Art Studio: 2D Design||4||None||3 (6 credits max)||None||Yes (elective)|
|Art Studio: 3D Design||4||None||3 (6 credits max)||None||Yes (elective)|
|Art History||4||ARHI 161||3||None||No|
|Biology||4||BIOL 101||3||1 Course Perspectives on the Natural World, Suffix PN||No|
|Calculus AB||4||MATH 219||3||Quantitative reasoning, Suffix Q||Yes|
|Calculus BC||4||MATH 219, 220||6||Quantitative reasoning, Suffix Q||Yes|
|5||CHEM 121, 122 (also CHEM equivalency test)||6||1 Course Perspectives on the Natural World, Suffix PN||Yes|
|Computer Science A||4||COMP 211||3||None||Yes|
|Computer Science AB||4||COMP 211, 212||6||None||Yes|
|Economics: Macro||4||ECON 201||3||None||Yes|
|Economics: Micro||4||ECON 202||3||None||Yes|
|French Language||4||FREN 201, 202||6||Foreign language; students continuing in French should enroll in FREN 301||Yes|
|German Language||4||GRMN 201||3||Foreign language; students continuing in German should enroll in GRMN 202||Yes|
|5||GRMN 201, 202||6||Foreign language; students continuing in German should enroll in GRMN 306||Yes|
|Government: American||4||POLS 101||3||None||Yes|
|*History: American||4||Students may NOT enroll in HIST 130, 131, 132||*6||None||Yes (for teaching major)|
|*History: European||4||Students may NOT enroll in HIST 110, 111, 112, 113||*6||None||Yes (for teaching major)|
|*History: World||4||None||*6||None||Yes (for teaching major)|
|Latin: Vergil||4||LATN 200 level||3||None||Yes|
|Latin: Literature||4||LATN 200 level||3||None||Yes|
|Physics B||4||PHYS 101||3||1 Course Perspectives on the Natural World, Suffix PN||No|
|Physics C (Mechanics)||4||PHYS 201||3||1 Course Perspectives on the Natural World, Suffix PN||Yes|
|Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism)||4||PHYS 203||3||None||Yes|
|Psychology||4||PSYC 100||3||1 Course Perspectives on Individuals and Society, Suffix PS||Yes|
|Spanish Language||4||SPAN 203||3||Foreign language; students continuing in Spanish enroll in SPAN 301 or 305||Yes|
|Statistics||4||PSYC 240||3||Quantitative reasoning, Suffix Q (No credits for BUSN 211)||Yes|
*History majors are limited to 9 credits of AP work in any combination to be applied toward the History Teaching major.
Please see the HIST department for more information. (effective date 8-22-11)