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http://www.clark.edu/academics/catalog/2016/sections/section-b/procedure-for-requesting-ap-credits.php

Advanced Placement (AP)

Currently recognized AP examinations and their direct equivalencies are listed below. For any AP test that is not listed below, a score of 3 or better must be earned in order to receive 5 credits of Specified Electives. Credit is posted with an “S” grade at the end of the quarter for which the score report was received, once a transcript record has been established. No credits will be awarded for an examination if the student has already earned credit in a duplicate course; a maximum of sixty (60) credits in AP coursework can apply towards degree/certificate requirements.



Procedure for Requesting AP Credits

Students should have an official copy of their AP scores sent to Clark College, Attn: Credential Evaluations/GHL 108, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663. Once scores are received and reviewed, an email will be sent to the student at the Clark College student email address regarding the credits to be awarded. AP credits are posted to the transcript at the end of the quarter in which the scores were submitted as long as the student is enrolled in that quarter.



Scores

Art History

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: ART 151 (3 credits)

Art: Drawing, 2D Design or 3D Design

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: Humanities Distribution (5 credits)

Biology

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: BIOL& 100 (5 credits)

Calculus AB Exam

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: MATH& 151 (5 credits)

Calculus BC Exam

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: MATH& 151 and 152 (10 credits)

Chemistry

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: CHEM& 141, 151 (5 credits)

Chinese Language & Culture

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: CHIN& 121 (5 credits)

Computer Science (Exam A)

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: CS& 141 (5 credits)             

Computer Science Principles (AP CSP)

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: CSE 101 (1 credit)             

Economics (Macro)

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: ECON& 202 (5 credits)

Economics (Micro)

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: ECON& 201 (5 credits)

 English (Language and Composition Exam)

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: ENGL& 101* (5 credits)

*A 4 or 5 on each exam will award ENGL& 101 and 102

English (Composition and Literature Exam)

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: ENGL& 101* (5 credits)

*A 4 or 5 on each exam will award ENGL& 101 and 102

Environmental Science

Grade: 3, 4, or 5

Action: ENVS& 101 (5 credits)

European History

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: Social Science Distribution (5 credits)

French Language & Culture

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: World Language (5 credits)

Geography

Grade: 5

Action: GEOG&100 (5 Credits)

German Language & Culture

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: World Language (5 credits)

Government and Politics (US)

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: POLS 111 (5 credits)

Government and Politics (Comparative)

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: Social Science Distribution (5 credits)

Human Geography

Grade: 3, 4, or 5

Action: GEOG& 200 (5 credits)

Italian Language & Culture

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: World Language (5 credits)

Japanese Language

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: JAPN& 121 (5 credits)

Latin Literature & Culture

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: World Language (5 credits)

Music Listening/Literature

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: MUSC& 104

Music Theory

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: MUSC& 141

Physics 1 or 2 (formerly Physics B Exam)

Grade: 3, 4, or 5

Action: PHYS& 124, 134 (5 credits)

Physics (Physics C Mechanics Exam)

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: PHYS& 124, 134 (5 credits)

Psychology

Grade: 4 or 5

Action: PSYC& 100 (5 credits)

Spanish Language & Culture*

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: SPAN& 121 (5 credits)

*A 4 or 5 on Spanish Literature & Culture will award 5 credits of World Language

Statistics

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: MATH& 146

U.S. History

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: HIST& 146, 147, and148 (15 credits)

World History

Grade: 3, 4 or 5

Action: HIST& 126, 127 and 128 (15 credits)



Where to Get AP Scores

The College Board: Advanced Placement Program
PO Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
Phone: 609-771-7300
TTY: 609-882-4118
www.collegeboard.org

320.001 CREDIT HOURS and CREDIT LOAD

The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges has established rules for how community and technical colleges determine course credit hours. These rules are based on the type of instructor contact hours and the ratio of those hours to the number of weeks in a quarter. "Credit hours" are defined as the unit by which an institution measures its course work. The number of credit hours assigned to a course is defined by the number of hours per week in class and the number of hours per week in out of class preparation. Clark College uses these rules to establish credit hours assigned to each course offered by the College. Credit loads are determined based on the credit hours for which a student enrolls.

Credit ratios for five categories of instruction are:

Exceptions are noted in the quarterly schedule (some classes are not scheduled in the usual College class periods.)

Credit loads are defined under three categories as:

The credit load definitions do not apply to dual-enroll students.

This policy will be reviewed by Executive Cabinet according to the program review policy schedule.

New Policy/Procedure Approved by Executive Cabinet
August 27, 2013