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Students may receive academic credit (up to 30 hours) for successful completion of Advanced Placement (AP) examinations taken in high school.

  • The AP is administered by the College Board.  
  • UT awards up to 30 hours of credit for both AP and CLEP.
  • Credit is earned for scores of 3 and higher.

AP Credit Determination  

Examination Score UT Course Name UT Number Credit
ART
Art History 3 Form and Idea ART 101 4
Art History 4, 5 Art History I (1) ART 268 4
Art History 4, 5 Art History II (2) ART 269 4
Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio 3, 4, 5 Foundations: 2-D Design ART 104 4
Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio 3, 4, 5 Foundations: 3-D Design ART 105 4
Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio 3, 4, 5 Foundations: Drawing ART 102 4
BIOLOGY
Biology 3 Biological Science BIO 124 4
Biology 4 General Biology I (1) BIO 198 and 198L 4
Biology  5 General Biology I (1) with Lab BIO 198 and 198L 4
Biology 5 General Biology II (2) with Lab BIO 199 and 199L 4
CALCULUS
Calculus AB 3, 4, 5 Calculus I (1) MAT 260 4
Calculus BC 3 Calculus I (1) MAT 260 4
Calculus BC  4, 5 Calculus I (1) MAT 260 4
Calculus BC 4, 5 Calculus II (2) MAT 261 4
CAPSTONE
Capstone Research  3, 4, 5 General Elective Credit UT TR 4
Capstone Seminar 3, 4, 5 General Elective Credit UT TR 4
CHEMISTRY
Chemistry 3 Chemistry and Society CHE 126 4
Chemistry 4 General Chemistry I (1) with Lab CHE 152 and 153L 4
Chemistry  5 General Chemistry I (1) with Lab CHE 152 and 153L 4
Chemistry 5 General Chemistry II (2) with Lab CHE 154 and 155L 4
CHINESE
Chinese Language 3 Intermediate Chinese I (1) CHI 201 4
Chinese Language 4, 5 Intermediate Chinese I  (1) CHI 201 4
Chinese Language 4, 5 Intermediate Chinese II (2) CHI 202 4
COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science A 3, 4, 5 Information Technology Management Elective ITM TR 4
Computer Science Principles 3, 4, 5 Management Information Systems ITM 220 4
ECONOMICS
Economics- Macro 3, 4, 5 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 205 4
Economics- Micro 3, 4, 4 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 204 4
ENGLISH
English Language and Composition 3 Writing and Inquiry AWR 101 4
English Language and Composition 4, 5 Writing and Inquiry AWR 101 4
English Language and Composition 4, 5 Writing and Research AWR 201  4
English Literature and Composition 3 Writing and Inquiry AWR 101 4
English Literature and Composition 4, 5 Writing and Inquiry AWR 101 4
English Literature and Composition 4,5 Literature Elective LIT TR 4
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Environmental Science 3, 4, 5 Environmental Science ENS 112 4
EUROPEAN HISTORY
European History 3 History Elective (IG) HIS TR 4
European History  4, 5 History Elective (IG) HIS TR 4
European History 4, 5 History Elective (IG) HIS TR 4
FRENCH
French Language 3 Intermediate French I (1) FRE 201 4
French Language 4, 5 Intermediate French I (1) FRE 201 4
French Language 4, 5 Intermediate French II (2) FRE 202 4
GERMAN
German Language 3 Intermediate German I (1) GER 201 4
German Language 4, 5 Intermediate German I (1) GER 201 4
German Language 4,5 Intermediate German II (2) GER 202 4
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Government and Politics: Comparative 3, 4, 5 Intro to Government and World Affairs PSC 100 4
Government and Politics: United States 3, 4, 5 American Government PSC 101 4
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
Human Geography 3, 4, 5 Cultural Geography GEO 240 4
ITALIAN
Italian Language 3 Intermediate Italian I (1) ITA 201 4
Italian Language 4, 5 Intermediate Italian I (1) ITA 201 4
Italian Language 4,5 Intermediate Italian II (2) ITA 202 4
JAPANESE
Japanese Language 3 Intermediate Japanese I (1) JPN 201 4
Japanese Language 4, 5 Intermediate Japanese I  (1) JPN 201 4
Japanese Language 4, 5 Intermediate Japanese II (2) JPN 202 4
LATIN
Latin 3, 4, 5 Humanities Elective HUM TR 4
MUSIC THEORY
Music Theory (aural) 3, 4 Aural Skills I (1) MUS 112 2
Music Theory (aural) 5 Aural Skills I (1) MUS 112 2
Music Theory (aural) 5 Aural Skills II  (2) MUS 113 2
Music Theory (nonaural) 3, 4 Music Fundamentals MUS 100 3
Music Theory (nonaural) 3, 4 Music Theory I (1) MUS 122 2
Music Theory (nonaural) 5 Music Fundamentals MUS 100 3
Music Theory (nonaural) 5 Music Theory I (1) MUS 122 2
Music Theory (nonaural) 5 Music Theory II  (2) MUS 123  2
PHYSICS
Physics 1 3, 4, 5 General Physics I (1) with Lab PHY 200 and 200L 4
Physics 2 3, 4, 5 General Physics II (2) with Lab PHY 201 and 201L 4
Physics C: Mechanics 3 General Physics I (1) with Lab PHY 200 and 200L 4
Physics C: Mechanics 4, 5 Physics with Calculus I (1) with Lab PHY 205 and 205L 4
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 3 General Physics II (2) with Lab PHY 201 and 201L 4
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 4, 5 Physics with Calculus II (2) with Lab PHY 206 and 206L 4
PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 3, 4, 5 General Psychology PSY 101 4
SPANISH
Spanish Language and Culture 3 Intermediate Spanish I (1) SPA 201 4
Spanish Language and Culture 4, 5 Intermediate Spanish I  (1) SPA 201 4
Spanish Language and Culture 4, 5 Intermediate Spanish II (2) SPA 202 4
Spanish Literature 3 Spanish Elective (IG) SPA TR 4
Spanish Literature  4, 5 Spanish Elective (IG) SPA TR  4
Spanish Literature 4,5 Spanish Elective (IG) SPA TR  4
STATISTICS
Statistics  3, 4, 5 Introduction to Statistics MAT 201 4
U.S. HISTORY
U.S. History 3 United States to 1877 HIS 202 4
U.S. History 4, 5 United States to 1877 HIS 202 4
U.S. History 4, 5 United States Since 1877 HIS 203 4
WORLD HISTORY
World History 3, 4, 5 History Elective (NW) HIS TR 4
World History: Modern 3, 4, 5 World History from 1500 to the Present HIS 103 4