The table below shows how Advanced Placement scores are related to courses in this department.
|AP Subject||AP Exam Score||Hrs Credit||MC Courses Credited|
|Computer Science A||3,4,5||3||CIS 181|
|Math: Calculus AB||3||3||MATH 108|
||4, 5||4||MATH 111 (enroll in 112)|
|Math: Calculus BC||3 with AB subscore 3||3||MATH 108|
||3 with AB subscore 4,5||4||MATH 111 (enroll in 112)|
||4,5||8||MATH 111, 112 (enroll in 211)|
|Physics B||3||4||PHYS 201 (enroll in 202 or 212)|
||4,5||8||PHYS 201, 202*|
|Physics C: Mechanics||3,4,5||4||PHYS 211|
|Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism||3,4,5||4||PHYS 212|
|Statistics||3,4,5||3||STAT 269 (enroll in STAT 291)**|
|* Mathematics majors are required to take the PHYS 211/212 sequence rather than PHYS 201/202. However, if a student in the mathematics major receives AB credit for both PHYS 201 and PHYS 202, the PHYS 211/212 requirements are waived.|
** AP Statistics is not a calculus-based course or exam. Mathematics majors who receive AP credit for Statistics are still required to take STAT 291 for the major requirement. Exceptions may be made for strong students, in consultation with their academic advisor in the first year.
This table below shows how CLEP Examination scores are related to courses in this department.
|Test||Exam Score||Hrs Credit||MC Courses Credited|
|Information System/Computer Applications||50||3||BIS 230|