Honors College

Credit for AP/CEEB Exams

Y es! You can receive up to nine (9) hours credit toward the Honors 20-hour lower division requirement if you have an exam score of 4 or 5. Test scores must be on student's MTSU transcript and submit documentation of test scores to the UHC Academic Advisor, Ms. Laura Clippard, in HONR 227, along with the completed application. Below is the required form, and a copy of the AP/CEEB equivalents.

Application

College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB)
Advanced Placement (AP) Program
Art History, three credits, in lieu of ART 1910 Art History Survey I
Studio Art, three credits, in lieu of ART 1610 Two Dimensional Design or 1620 Drawing I
Biology, four credits, in lieu of BIOL 1030 Topics in Biology
Chemistry, eight credits, in lieu of CHEM 1110, 1120 General Chemistry I and II
Comparative Government and Politics, three credits, in lieu of P S 1010 Foundations of Government
Computer Science A, four credits, in lieu of CSCI 1170 Computer Science I
Computer Science AB, four credits, in lieu of CSCI 2170 Computer Science II
Macroeconomics, three credits, in lieu of ECON 2410 Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics
Microeconomics, three credits, in lieu of ECON 2420 Principles of Economics, Microeconomics
English Composition/Literature, three credits, in lieu of ENGL 1010 Expository Writing
Environmental Science, three credits, in lieu of EST 2810 Introduction to Environmental Science
European History, three credits, in lieu of HIST 1020 Survey Western Civilization I
U. S. History, six credits, in lieu of HIST 2010, 2020 Survey U. S. History I and II
Foreign Languages and Literatures, six credits, in lieu of FREN 1010 and 1020
GERM 1010 and 1020 , LATIN 1010 and 1020, and SPAN 1010 and 1020 (all I and II)
Calculus AB, four credits, in lieu of MATH 1910 Calculus I
Calculus BC, four credits, in lieu of MATH 1920 Calculus II
Statistics, three credits, in lieu of MATH 1530 Applied Statistics
Music Theory, three credits, in lieu of MUTH 1000 Elements of Music
Physics B, four credits, in lieu of PHYS 2010 Non-Calculus-Based Physics I, 2011 Physics Problems Lab I
Physics C, four credits, in lieu of PHYS 2110 Calculus-Based Physics I, 2111 University Physics Lab I
U. S. Government and Politics, three credits, in lieu of P S 2010 American Government and Politics
Psychology, three credits, in lieu of PSY 1410 General Psychology