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Credit through the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program

 

Southeastern participates with the College Board Advanced Placement Program. Students in selected high schools take college-level courses in high school and their examinations are graded by the staff of the College Board.

The following list shows the Advanced Placement Courses, the required scores, and the equivalent Southeastern courses for which credit will be given at Southeastern.

AP Course Minimum Grade
Required*
Course Equivalent
Art History  3  Art 105 or 106 
Biology   4  General Biology 151 and 153 
Biology General Biology 106 and 107 
Chemistry Chemistry 101 and 102 or 121 and 122 
Computer Science A    *See department for restrictions
Economics (Macro and Micro)  Economics 201 and 202 
English
     Language and Composition
     Language and Composition
     Literature and Composition
     Literature and Composition
3
5
3
English 101
English 101 and 102
English 232
English 231 and 232
Foreign Language
     French Language and Culture
     German Language and Culture
     Spanish Language 
3
3
 3 

French 101 and 102
German 101 and 102
Spanish 101 and 102
History
     European History
     US History
     World History

3
3
3

History 101 and 102
History 201 and 202
History 101 and 102
Mathematics
     Calculus AB
     Calculus AB
     Calculus BC
     Calculus BC
     Statistics

3
4
3
4
 3 

Mathematics 163
Mathematics 200
Mathematics 200
Mathematics 200 and 201
Mathematics 241 
Music
     Music Theory 
Music 111 
Physics
     Physics 1: Algebra-Based
     Physics 2: Algebra-Based
     C (Mechanics)
     C (Electricity and Magnetism) 

3
3
3
 3 
Physics 191 and PLAB 193
Physics 192 and PLAB 194
Physics 221 and PLAB 223
Physics 222 and PLAB 224 
 Political Science
     U.S. Government and Politics
     Comparative Government and Politics

3
 3 

POLI 201
POLI 2XX 
Psychology   3 Psychology 101 


*
The readers' grades reflect their professional judgment of the candidate's achievement in advanced study according to the following scale:

5 – extremely well qualified
4 – well qualified
3 – qualified
2 – possibly qualified
1 – no recommendation