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Advanced Placement (AP) Exam
Credits Awarded by the College of Health Sciences
|AP Subject Area||Score||Semester
|CHS Equivalent Course|
|ART: Art History||3, 4 or 5||3||ARMU110|
|ART: Music (Theory)||3, 4 or 5||3||ARMU120|
|BIOLOGY||4 or 5||3||Elective ( 3 units) ❹|
|CHEMISTRY||4 or 5||3||Elective (3 units) ❹|
|ECONOMICS: Macroeconomics||3, 4 or 5||3||ECON210|
|ECONOMICS: Mircoeconomics||3, 4 or 5||3||ECON220|
|ENGLISH: Language/Composition||3, 4 or 5||3||ENGL110 ❶|
|ENGLISH: Literature/Composition||3, 4 or 5||3||ENGL110 ❶|
|U.S. Government/Politics (CA govt)||3, 4 or 5||3||GOVT110|
|MATH: Calculus AB/AB subscore||4 or 5||3||MATH130 ❷❸❹|
|MATH: Calculus BC||4 or 5||3||MATH130 ❷❸❹|
|Physics AP 1 Mechanics||4 or 5||4||PHYS210/210L ❷❸❹|
|Physics AP 2 Electricity and Magnetism||4 or 5||4||PHYS220/220L ❷❸❹|
|Physics AP Mechanics C||4 or 5||4||PHYS210/210L ❷❸❹|
|Physics AP Electricity/Magnetism C||4 or 5||4||PHYS220/220L ❷❸❹|
|PSYCHOLOGY||3, 4 or 5||3||PSYC110|
|STATISTICS||4 or 5||3||MATH120 ❷❸❹|
❶Entering freshmen and other undergraduate students who do not have credit for ENGL110 are required to take the CNUCHS English Placement Test.
❷ BS-MD students are advised to take Mathematics and Physics courses in the College of
Health Sciences in order to meet the admission requirements of medical schoo ls. The CNU College of Medicine no longer accepts AP or IB course credits for Statistics and Calculus to fulfill the admission requirement of two semesters of college level mathematics courses.
❸ BS-PharmD students are able to transfer AP Calculus and Physics to CNU’s College of Pharmacy. However, BS-PharmD students are advised to carefully research admission requirements of other pharmacy schools.
❹Transfers and other undergraduate students who have achieved advanced level of
proficiency in general biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics may opt to waive certain courses. They are advised to meet with course instructor and discuss a test-out option (with a minimum passing grade of B).