College Credit Policies

Notre Dame College will transfer credits earned through advanced placement (AP) courses or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) based on the scores earned.  AP test scores of 3, 4 or 5 will be considered for transfer.  To determine if credit will be granted, the College uses the scoring guidelines recommended by CLEP.  Generally a score of 50 or above is required for credit. No more than 32 credits earned through AP, CLEP, portfolio assessment, proficiency exams, independent study and research will be counted toward the 128 credits required for a bachelor’s degree at Notre Dame College.

AP Examination

3

4

5

Art History

AR 311 (3) OR AR 312 (3)

AR 311 (3) OR AR 312 (3)

AR 311 (3) OR AR 312 (3)

Biology

NO CREDIT

BI 114/115*

BI 114/115*, BI 116/117*

Calculus AB

NO CREDIT

MA 175 (4)

MA 175 (4) MA 176 (4)

Calculus BC

NO CREDIT

MA 175 (4) MA 176 (4)

MA 175 (4) MA 176 (4)

Chemistry

NO CREDIT

CH 118/119* (4 or 5)

CH 118/119* (4 or 5), CH 120/121* (4 or 5)

Chinese Language and Culture

Language (3)

Language (3)

Language (6)

Comparative Government and Politics

PO 311 (3)

PO 311 (3)

PO 311 (3)

Computer Science A

IS 220 (3)

IS 220 (3)

IS 220 (3)

English Language and Composition

EN 110 (3)

EN 110 (3)

EN 110 (3)

English Literature and Composition

EN 110 (3)

EN 110 (3); Literature credit only if both exams are completed

EN 110 (3); Literature credit only if both exams are completed

Environmental Science

BI 200/201 (4)

BI 200/201 (4)

BI 200/201 (4)

European History

HI 110 (3)

HI 110 (3)

HI 110 (3)

French Language and Culture

Language (3)

Language (3)

Language (6)

German Language and Culture

Language (3)

Language (3)

Language (6)

Human Geography

GO 200 (3)

GO 200 (3)

GO 200 (3)

Italian Language and Culture

Language (3)

Language (3)

Language (6)

Japanese Language and Culture

Language (3)

Language (3)

Language (6)

Latin

Elective credits (3)

Elective credits (3)

Elective credits (3)

Macroeconomics

EC 202 (3)

EC 202 (3)

EC 202 (3)

Microeconomics

EC 201 (3)

EC 201 (3)

EC 201 (3)

Music Theory

Creative Inquiry/Fine Arts (3)

Creative Inquiry/Fine Arts (3)

Creative Inquiry/Fine Arts (3)

Physics B

NO CREDIT

PS 150/PS 151* (4)

PS 150/PS 151* (4)

Physics C

NO CREDIT

AP Physics C (Mechanics) PS 180/181*; AP Physics C (Electromagnetism) PS 182/183*

AP Physics C (Mechanics) PS 180/181*; AP Physics C (Electromagnetism) PS 182/183*

Psychology

Must contact faculty

 

 

Spanish Language

SP 202 (3)

SP 315 (3)

SP 315 (3), SP 316 (3)

Spanish Literature and Culture

SP 321 (3)

SP 321 (3)

SP 321 (3)

Statistics

NO CREDIT

MA 221 (3)

MA 221 (3) MA 300 (3)

Studio Art

AR 101 (3)

AR 101 (3), AR 102 (3)

AR 101 (3), AR 102 (3)

U.S. Government & Politics

PO 111 (3)

PO 111 (3)

PO 111 (3)

U.S. History

HI 200 (3)

HI 200 (3)

HI 200 (3)

World History

Elective credits (3)

Elective credits (3)

Elective credits (3)

       

* To also receive credit for labs ( such as CH 113, CH 115 PS 151 etc.) students need to present evidence of laboratory experience through lab reports and lab notebooks

 

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