Pre-enrollment earned credit for first-year students (advanced placement)
First year students who earn college-level credit prior to the first term of enrollment at Augustana may transfer this credit to the college as follows:
Dual Enrollment Credit:
Students who dual enroll with a local college while in high school have no limit on those college level credits. Courses are subject to official transfer evaluation by the College Registrar, see Transcript
Policies for details on how to send your transcripts for evaluation.
A maximum of 24 credits of combined testing credit may be applied toward the degree. This includes a combination of Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and
First year students who have earned more than 24 credits of testing credit have until the end of their first
semester of enrollment to declare their 24 credits of testing credits. Once applied to the record these credits may not be changed and it is an irreversible decision. See below for additional policies governing pre-enrollment credit. See the College Catalog for additional policies governing pre-enrollment credit.
Following is a list of Advanced Placement examinations, the required score, Augustana equivalent course, semester credits awarded, General Education requirement fulfilled (and area of study) if any, and applicability to major.
|AP course/test||Score||Semester equated course||LP/suffix||Credits||Apply to maj/minr?|
|Art Studio: Drawing||4||ART-101-AP||none||4||YES|
|Art Studio: 2D Design||4||ART -elective||none||4||YES|
|Art Studio: 3D Design||4||ART -elective||none||4||YES|
|Art History||4||ARHI 161-AP||PA||4||YES|
|Calculus BC||4||MATH-160AP, 220AP & 230AP||Q||4||YES|
|Computer Science A||4||CSC elective||none||4||NO|
|Computer Science Principles+||4||CSC-121||Q||3||NO|
|Economics Macro||4||ECON elective||none||3||see dept.|
|Economics Micro||4||ECON elective||none||3||see dept.|
|French Language||4||FREN-200||2nd lang.||4||YES|
|German Language||4||GRMN-200||2nd lang.||4||YES|
|Government: Comparative||NA||not accepted||none||NA||NA|
|*History: European||4||HIST-115AP, 116AP||none||8||YES*(see dept)|
|Latin: Vergil||4||LATN-228, 328||none||2||YES|
|Latin: Literature||4||LATN-214, 314||none||2||YES|
|Music Theory||NA||not accepted||none||NA||NA|
|Physics C (Mechanics)||4||PHYS-211AP||PN||4||YES@|
|Physics C (Electricity &Magnetism)||4||PHYS-212AP||PN||4||YES|
|Spanish Language||4||SPAN-202||2nd lang.||4||YES|
|Spanish Literature||NA||SPAN-200||2nd lang.||4||NO|
|World History||4||HIST-170||none||4||YES*(see dept)|
faculty adopted for semesters 4.2.19
#Students who have taken only one ECON AP test will need to take the new principles course.
*History majors are limited to 8 credits of AP work in any combination to be applied toward the History major/minor. Please see the HIST department for more information.
^All students who need the chemistry sequence for their major are required to take CHEM-131 or CHEM-235. If they have AP scores as noted above, they will be given credit for CHEM-132 and/or CHEM-123 after successful completion of CHEM-131 or CHEM-235.
@Students with qualifying scores will be given credit for PHYS-211 after successfully passing PHYS-313.