AP/IB Policy

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science awards credit for AP/IB calculus and statistics courses as follows:

Math AB with score 4 or 5

The student earns immediate credit for Math 194, Topics in College Calculus, with a grade of “pass.” The student is recommended to start in Math 137, Applied Multivariable Calculus II, but might opt to take Math 135, Applied Multivariable Calculus I.

Math AB with score 3

The student may take either Math 135 or Math 137. Upon successful completion of either of these courses, credit is earned for Math 194, Topics in College Calculus, with a grade of “pass.”

Math BC with score 4 or 5

The student earns immediate credit for Math 137 with a grade of “pass” and may take Math 236 or Math 237. The student also earns immediate credit for Math 194 with a grade of “pass.”

Math BC with score 3

The student earns immediate credit for Math 194, Topics in College Calculus, with a grade of “pass” and may take either Math 236 or 237. Upon successful completion of either of these courses, credit is also earned for Math 137 with a grade of “pass.”

Hl Math IB with Series and Differential Equations Option, Score of 6 or 7

same as Math BC with score of 4 or 5

Hl Math IB with Series and Differential Equations Option, Score of 5

same as Math BC with score of 3

Hl Math IB without Series and Differential Equations Option, Score of 6 or 7

same as Math AB with score of 4 or 5

Hl Math IB without Series and Differential Equations Option, Score of 5

same as Math AB with score of 3

Statistics with score 4 or 5

The student earns immediate credit for Math 153 with a grade of “pass.” Such students may elect to take Math 155, in which case they will also get credit for Math 153 with a grade of “pass.”

Computer Science AP Credit

Awarded on a case-by-case basis. Please see the Computer Science Coordinator, Professor Susan Fox.