Advanced Placement (AP)

Advanced Placement exams are taken after students complete the corresponding AP course in high school. Credit toward an Eastern Florida degree is offered to those high school students who earn AP test scores of three (3) or higher.  The amount of credit awarded depends on the score received.

More information about AP, including descriptions of courses and sample questions, is available at http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/Controller.jpf.

 General Guidelines
  • Scores must be submitted on an official score report from the organization administering the examination.
  • Students may earn a maximum of 45 credits through a combination of accelerated mechanisms.
  • Duplicate credit cannot be awarded, i.e. if student has already received a grade of “C” or higher for a course, student will not be awarded credit for the course again.
  • Courses may be used for grade forgiveness purposes if student did not previously pass the course.
  • The grade of “S” is given for each course, and will not calculate into student’s GPA.
  • Students must be cognizant of initial testing and retake policies for each exam. Some exams require students to wait a specific amount of time before they can retake the exam.
  • For graduation purposes, exams must be taken and successfully passed prior to the last date of the month in which graduation is sought.
Information updated August 2017
Description Score = 3 Score = 4 Score = 5 Comments
AP Exam EFSC Course(s) EFSC Course(s) EFSC Course(s)  
Art History ARH 2000 ARH 2050 &
ARH 2051
ARH 2050 &
ARH 2051
 
Biology BSCC 1005 BSCC 1010 BSCC 1010 &
BSCC 1011
 
Calculus AB MAC 1311 MAC 1311 MAC 1311  
Calculus BC MAC 1311 MAC 1311 &
MAC 2312
MAC 1311 &
MAC 2312
 
Capstone Research ELEC 2XXX ELEC 2XXX ELEC 2XXX  
Capstone Seminar ELEC 1XXX ELEC 1XXX ELEC 1XXX  
Chemistry CHM 1025 &
CHML 1025
CHM 1045 &
CHML 1045
CHM 1045,
CHML 1045,
CHM 1046, &
CHML 1046
 
Chinese Language and Culture CHI 1120 CHI 1120 &
CHI 1XXX
CHI 1120 &
CHI 1XXX
 
Computer Science A CGS 1000 or
CGS X075
CGS 1000 or
CGS X075
CGS 1000 or
CGS X075
 
Computer Science AB CGS X076 CGS X076 CGS X076 Exam discontinued in 2009
Economics: Macro ECO 2013 ECO 2013 ECO 2013  
Economics: Micro ECO 2023 ECO 2023 ECO 2023  
English Language & Composition ENC 1101 ENC 1101 &
ENC 1102 
ENC 1101 &
ENC 1102 
Award min 3 credits if student has
ENC 1101 
English Literature & Composition ENC 1101 or course
in AML, ENL or LIT
ENC 1101 &
ENC 1102 or
LIT 1000 
ENC 1101 &
ENC 1102 or
LIT 1000 
Award min 3 credits if student has
ENC 1101 
Environmental Science EVR 1001 EVR 1001  EVR 1001  
European History EUH 1000 or
EUH 1001
EUH 1000 &
EUH 1001 
EUH 1000 &
EUH 1001
 
French Language and Culture FRE 1120  FRE 1120 &
FRE 1121 
FRE 1120 &
FRE 1121 
8 credits up to FRE 2221 for score 4 - 5
French Literature  FRE 1XXX FRE 1XXX &
FRE 2XXX
FRE 1XXX &
FRE 2XXX 
Exam discontinued in 2011
German Language and Culture  GER 1120  GER 1120 &
GER 1121
 GER 1120 &
GER 1121
 8 credits up to GER 2220 for score 4 - 5
Government & Politics: Comparative  POS X001   POS X001   POS X001  
Government & Politics: U.S.  POS 2041  POS 2041  POS 2041  
Human Geography  GEO 2000   GEO 2000   GEO 2000  
Italian Language and Culture  ELEC 1X20 ELEC 1X20 &
ELEC 1X21
 Same as 4  
Japanese Language and Culture  JPN 1120 JPN 1120 &
JPN 1121
 JPN 1120 &
JPN 1121
8 credits up to JPN 2221 for score 4 - 5
Latin Literature  LAT X700  LAT X700 LAT X700 Exam Discontinued, combined with Latin in
2012
Latin Vergil LAT X321  LAT X321  LAT X321 Exam Discontinued, combined with Latin in
2012 
Latin LAT X700 or LAT X321 LAT X700 or LAT X321 LAT X700 or X321  
Music Theory  MUT X001  MUT X001  MUT X001 If composite score is 3 or higher  
Music Theory MUT 1111 &
MUT 1241
 MUT 1111 &
MUT 1241
 MUT 1111 &
MUT 1241
If both aural and non-aural scores are 3 or higher  
Physics 1 PHYC 2053 PHYC 2053  PHYC 2053  
Physics 2 PHYC 2054 PHYC 2054 PHYC 2054  
Physics B PHYC 2053 PHYC 2053 & PHYC 2054 PHYC 2053 & PHYC 2054  Exam Discontinued in 2014
Physics C: Electricity/Magnetism  PHYC 2054 PHY 2049 &
PHYL 2049
 PHY 2049 &
PHYL 2049
 
Phyics C: Mechanics PHYC 2053 PHY 2048 & PHYL 2048 PHY 2048 & PHYL 2048  
Psychology PSY 2012  PSY 2012 PSY 2012  
Spanish Language  SPN 1120  SPN 1120 &
SPN 1121
 SPN 1120 &
SPN 1121
 8 credits up to SPN 2221 for score 4 - 5
Spanish Literature SPN 1XXX SPN 1XXX &
SPN 2XXX
SPN 1XXX &
SPN 2XXX 
 
Statistics  STA 2023  STA 2023  STA 2023  
Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio  ARTC 1300 ARTC 1300  ARTC 1300  
Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio  ARTC 1201  ARTC 1201  ARTC 1201  
Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio  ARTC 1203  ARTC 1203  ARTC 1203  
United States History AMH 2010 or
AMH 2020
AMH 2010 &
AMH 2020 
 AMH 2010 &
AMH 2020
 
World History  EUH 1001  EUH 1001 EUH 1001  

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