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Admissions AP Credit Chart

WSU awards credit for scores of three or higher on College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams.

To request a copy of your score report, contact the Educational Testing Service.

ETS, AP Exams
PO Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
888-225-5427
apexams@info.collegeboard.org

Note: Course equivalents and credit hours awarded are subject to change. The Office of Admissions will assess your AP credit when you’re admitted to WSU.

AP ExamScoreWSU Transfer EquivalencyNumber of Credits (Semester)UCORE Fulfillment
Art: History of Art3Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
4Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
5Fine Arts Elective6ARTS
Studio Art Drawing3Fine Arts Elective3
4Fine Arts Elective3
5Fine Arts Elective3
Studio Art 2D Design3Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
4Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
5Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
Studio Art 3D Design3Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
4Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
5Fine Arts Elective3ARTS
Biology3Biology Elective4BSCI
4Biology 106, 107 (2 labs granted) (For Science and pre-prof majors)8BSCI
5Biology 106, 107 (2 labs granted) (For Science and pre-prof majors)8BSCI
Calculus AB2Placement into Mathematics 140 (Calc for Life Scientists) or Mathematics 171 (Calculus I for Science/Engineering majors)N/A
3Mathematics 171 (For Science/Engineering majors)4QUAN
4Mathematics 171 (For Science/Engineering majors)4QUAN
5Mathematics 171, 172 (For Science/Engineering majors)8QUAN
Calculus BC2(With subgrade score of 3, 4, 5) Mathematics 171 (For Science/Engineering majors)4QUAN
3Mathematics 171, 172 (For Science/Engineering majors)8QUAN
4Mathematics 171, 172 (For Science/Engineering majors)8QUAN
5Mathematics 171, 172 (For Science/Engineering majors)8QUAN
Chemistry3Chemistry 105 (1 lab granted) (For Science/Engineering majors)4PSCI
4Chemistry 105 (1 lab granted) (For Science/Engineering majors)4PSCI
5Chemistry 105, 106 (2 labs granted) (For Science/Engineering majors)8PSCI
Chinese Language & Culture3Chinese 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4Chinese 101, 102, 20312
5Chinese 101, 102, 203, 20416
Computer Science A3Computer Science Elective3
4Computer Science Elective3
5Computer Science Elective3
Computer Science AB3Computer Science Elective3
4Computer Science Elective3
5Computer Science Elective3
Economics: Micro3Economics 1013SSCI
4Economics 1013SSCI
5Economics 1013SSCI
Economics: Macro3Economics 1023SSCI
4Economics 1023SSCI
5Economics 1023SSCI
English: Language & Composition3English Elective3
4English 1013WRTG
5English 1013WRTG
English: Literature & Composition3English Elective3
4English 1083HUM
5English 101, 1086WRTG / HUM
Environmental Science3Environmental Science 101 (1 lab granted)4BSCI
4Environmental Science 101 (1 lab granted)4BSCI
5Environmental Science 101 (1 lab granted)4BSCI
European History3History Elective3HUM
4History 1023HUM
5History 1023HUM
French Language & Culture3French 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4French 101, 102, 20312
5French 101, 102, 203, 20416
German Language & Culture3German 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4German 101, 102, 20312
5German 101, 102, 203, 20416
Government & Politics: American3Political Science 1013SSCI
4Political Science 1013SSCI
5Political Science 1013SSCI
Government & Politics: Comparative3Political Science 1023SSCI
4Political Science 1023SSCI
5Political Science 1023SSCI
Human Geography3Social Science Elective3SSCI
4Social Science Elective3SSCI
5Social Science Elective3SSCI
Italian Language & Culture3Italian 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4Italian 101, 102, Italian Elective (4 credits)12
5Italian 101, 102, Italian Elective (8 credits)16
Japanese Language & Culture3Japanese 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4Japanese 101, 102, 203, 20412
5Japanese 101, 102, 203, 20416
Latin3Latin 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4Latin 101, 102, Latin Elective (4 credits)12
5Latin 101, 102, Latin Elective (8 credits)16
Music Theory3Music Elective2
4Music Elective2
5Music Elective2
Physics 1: Algebra Based3Physics Elective3PSCI
4Physics Elective w/ Lab4PSCI
5Physics Elective w/ Lab4PSCI
Physics 2: Algebra Based3Physics Elective3PSCI
4Physics Elective w/ Lab4PSCI
5Physics Elective w/ Lab4PSCI
Physics C (Mechanics)3Physics Elective3PSCI
4Physics Elective3PSCI
5Physics Elective3PSCI
Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism)3Physics Elective3PSCI
4Physics Elective3PSCI
5Physics Elective3PSCI
Psychology3Psychology 1053SSCI
4Psychology 1053SSCI
5Psychology 1053SSCI
Research (AP Capstone)3+Elective3
Seminar (AP Capstone)3+Elective3
Spanish Language & Culture3Spanish 101, 102 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)8
4Spanish 101, 102, 20312
5Spanish 101, 102, 203, 20416
Spanish Literature and Culture3Spanish 101 (Counts toward College of Arts and Sciences Foreign Language requirement)4
4Spanish 101, Spanish 1028
5Spanish 101, Spanish 1028
Statistics3Statistics 2124QUAN
4Statistics 2124QUAN
5Statistics 2124QUAN
U.S. History3History 1103HUM
4History 1103HUM
5History 1103HUM
World History3History 1213HUM
4History 1213HUM
5History 1213HUM

Updated August 2016

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