Student Information

Advanced Placement Policy

These policies (see the table of advanced placement equivalents) are in effect for students entering Ithaca College in the 2010-2011 academic year. They are subject to change at any time.

For additional information about Ithaca College's advanced placement policies, contact Marcia Burgess in the Office of the Registrar, 207D Peggy Ryan Williams Center, phone 607-274-1823. Ithaca College's ETS school code is 2325. Scores must be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar, Peggy Ryan Williams Center, Ithaca, NY 14850-7013, before credit is granted.

Advanced Placement (AP) Equivalents

In all schools, scores of 1 or 2 (and in some cases 3) will not be awarded credit. Scores of 3, 4, and 5 are awarded credit as indicated below.

AP Exam
Score
IC Course Equivalent
Credit

Studio Art -- 2D Portfolio

3

ART 18888 art elective

6

4,5

ART 12000 Two-Dimensional Design
ART 18888 art elective

3
3

Studio Art -- 3D Portfolio

3

ART 18888 art elective

6

4, 5

ART 12100 Three-Dimensional Design
ART 18888 art elective

3
3

Studio Art -- Drawing

3

ART 18888 art elective

6

4, 5

ART 13000 Introduction to Drawing
ART 18888 art elective

3
3

Art History

3, 4, 5

ARTH 18888 art history elective

6

Biology

3

BIOL 11500 Essentials of Biology
BIOL 18888 biology elective

3
3

4

BIOL 11500 Essentials of Biology
BIOL 18888 biology elective

3
3

5

BIOL 12100, BIOL 12200 Principles of Biology (Student may receive course-specific credit provided there is evidence of a laboratory component and a passing score on a department exam.)

8

Chemistry

3

CHEM 18888 chemistry elective

6

4, 5

CHEM 18888 chemistry elective
CHEM 12100 Principles of Chemistry

4
4

Chinese 3, 4, 5 CHIN-18888 Chinese elective 6

Computer Science A

3

COMP 18888 computer science elective

3

4, 5

COMP 17100 Principles of Computing Science I

4

Computer Science AB

3

COMP 18888 computer science elective

6

4, 5

COMP 17100 Principles of Computing Science I
COMP 18888 computer science elective

4
4

Economics -- Macro

4, 5

ECON 12100 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Economics -- Micro

4, 5

ECON 12200 Principles of Microeconomics

3

English Literature/ Composition

3, 4, 5

WRTG 18888 writing elective
ENGL 18888 English elective
(Advanced placement credit is granted for only one English exam.)

3
3

Environmental Science

3, 4, 5

BIOL 10400 Environmental Biology

3

French Language

3

FREN 20100 Intermediate French I

3

4 FREN 20200 Intermediate French II 3

5

FREN 38888 French elective

3

French Literature

4, 5

FREN 38888 French elective

3

Human Geography

4, 5

HIST 20300 Introductory Geography

3

German Language

3

GERM 20100 Intermediate German I

3

4 GERM 20200 Intermediate German II 3

5

GERM 38888 German elective

3

Government and Politics: Comparative

3

POLT 18888 politics elective

3

4, 5

POLT 12800 International Relations

3

Government and Politics: U.S.

3

POLT 18888 politics elective

3

4, 5

POLT 10100 U.S. Politics

3

European History

4, 5

HIST 10200 Modern Western Civilization (but not HIST 10100)
HIST 18888 history elective

3
3

U.S. History

4, 5

HIST 11100 U.S. History to 1865
HIST 11200 U.S. History since 1865

3
3

World History

4, 5

HIST 18100 World Civilization I
HIST 18200 World Civilization II

3
3

Italian Language 3 ITAL 20100 Intermediate Italian I 3
4 ITAL 20200 Intermediate Italian II 3
5 ITAL 38888 Italian elective 3
Japanese Language and Culture 3, 4, 5 TRAN 38888 General elective 6

Latin Literature* or Latin Virgil

3, 4, 5

LATN 10100 Elementary Latin I
LATN 10200 Elementary Latin II
(Advanced placement credit is granted for only one Latin exam.)

3
3

Math/Calculus AB

3, 4, 5

MATH 11100 Calculus I

4

Math/Calculus BC

3, 4, 5

MATH 11100 Calculus I
MATH 11200 Calculus II

4
4

Music Theory

4, 5

MUTH 18888 music theory

2

Physics B

3

PHYS 18888 physics elective

6

4, 5

PHYS 10100 Introduction to Physics I
PHYS 10200 Introduction to Physics II

4
4

Physics C

3

PHYS 18888 physics elective

6

4, 5

PHYS 11700 Principles of Physics I: Mechanics
PHYS 11800 Principles of Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism

4
4

Psychology

4, 5

PSYC 10300 General Psychology

3

Spanish Language

3

SPAN 20100 Intermediate Spanish I

3

4 SPAN 20200 Intermediate Spanish II 3

5

SPAN 38888 Spanish elective

3

Spanish Literature

4

SPAN 38888 Spanish elective

3

5

SPAN 32200 Analysis of Hispanic Literary Texts

3

Statistics

3, 4, 5

MATH 14400 Statistics for Business, Economics, and Management

4

*Students may not receive credit for both Virgil and Latin literature.