Advanced Placement Credits, International Placement Credit
|If you took an AP exam in:||And Scored:||You will receive Duke Credit for:||Are Eligible to take:|
|Art History||5||ARTHIST 20||100-399 level course|
|Art: Studio-Drawing Portfolio||5||ARTSVIS 21||100-199 level course|
|Art: General Portfolio||5||ARTVIS 21||100-199 level course|
|Biology||4/5||BIOLOGY 20||Biology 201L or 202L|
|Chemistry||4||CHEM 20(a notation)||CHEM 101DL or 110DL|
|Chemistry||5||CHEM 21||CHEM 110DL, 201DL|
|Chinese||4/5||CHINESE 203||CHINESE 204 or 300 level course depending on placement score|
|Computer Science A||4/5||COMPSCI 101||COMPSCI 201|
|Economics (Macro)||4/5||ECON 21||ECON 101; ECON 201D if you have credit for both ECON 21 and 22|
|Economics (Micro)||4/5||ECON 22||ECON 101; ECON 201D if you have credit for both ECON 21 and 22|
|English (Comp/Lit)||4/5||ENGLISH 20||Any course|
|English (Lang/Comp)||4/5||ENGLISH 22||Any course|
|Environmental Science||4/5||ENVIRON 20||Environ 201|
|French Language||5||FRENCH 204||300-level course|
|French Literature||4/5||FRENCH 204||300-level course|
|German Language & Lit||4||GERMAN 29||GERMAN 204 or 305S|
|German Language & Lit||5||GERMAN 29||GERMAN 305S or above|
|U.S. History||4/5||HIST 23, 24||Any course|
|European History/World cultures||4/5||HIST 25, 26||Any course|
|World History||4/5||HISTORY 21||Any course|
|Italian||4||ITALIAN 204||Italian 301|
|Italian||5||ITALIAN 204||300-level course|
|Japanese||4/5||Japanese 203||Japanese 204 or 305 depending on placement score|
|Latin: Literature/Vergil||4||LATIN 25||LATIN 204|
|Latin: Literature/Vergil||5||LATIN 25||300-level course|
|Math: Calculus AB||5||MATH 21||MATH 122L (fall) or 112L (spring)|
|Math: Calculus BC||4||MATH 21||MATH 122L (fall) or 112L (spring)|
|Math: Calculus BC||5||MATH 21, 22||MATH 212(b notation)|
|Music||4/5||MUSIC 161-1||Any course except MUSIC 161 or 161-1|
|Physics C Mechanics||4/5||PHYSICS 25(c notation)||Consult department|
|Physics C, Electricity, Magnetism||4/5||PHYSICS 26(c notation)||Consult department|
|Physics B||4/5||No credit||Consult department|
(Gov't and Politics: US) (spacing)
|4/5||POLSCI 20||100-199 level course|
(Govt. and Politics: Comparative)(spacing)
|4/5||POLSCI 21||100-199 level course|
|Psychology||4||PSY 101||Any course; you can enroll in PSY 101 as a repeat, but will lose your AP credit|
|Psychology||5||PSY 101||Any course except PSY 101|
|Spanish Language||5||SPANISH 204||300-level course|
|Spanish Literature||4/5||SPANISH 204||300-level course|
|Statistics||5||STA 30*||STA 101 or 102|
*Applies only to students in Trinity College. No credit is awarded for engineering students and will not count toward the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree.
(a)CHEMISTRY. In Pratt School of Engineering, CHEM 20 will not satisfy the Biomedical Engineering chemistry requirement. Biomedical students are required to take CHEM 110DL and CHEM 210 DL, or CHEM 110DL and CHEM 201DL.
(b)MATHEMATICS. Students who are sure they will major in Economics may take MATH 202 instead of MATH 212. This does not apply to the Pratt School of Engineering students who must take MATH 212. See www.math.duke.edu/first_year/placement.html for more discussion on placement.
(c)PHYSICS in Trinity College. Prospective Physics and Biophysics majors are strongly encouraged to take at least PHYSICS 162L indpendent of their AP course credit.
(c)PHYSICS in the Pratt School of Engineering. At lease ONE Physics course must be taken post-matriculation to satisfy the Physics requirement in the Engineering curriculum. Students receiving the AP credits for PHY 25 and 26 must: a)take a Duke Physics course at or above PHY 153L; b) decline the AP credit for PHY 26 and take PHY 152L; or c) decline both AP credits and take PHY 151L and 152L.
No placement or elective credit can be considered until your official score has been received by the Office of the Registrar, Box 90054, Durham, NC 27708. To send your AP scores to Duke, contact AP Exams, CN6671, Princeton, NJ 08541-6671;http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/exgrd_rep.html; 609-771-7300 or 888-225-5427. Duke's CEEB number is 5156.
International Placement Credit
Duke also recognizes international standardized examinations and confers a limited amount of elective credit and placement into advanced courses at Duke for students whose performance in these examinations meets certain standards established by the University. If you completed one of the exams below, the required score for the credit is listed.
|International Baccalaureate||6 or 7 on the higher level|
|Cambridge Pre-U||M3 or higher|
|Caribbean Advance Proficiency Exam (CAPE)||1 or 2|
|British, Hong Kong or Singapore A-level (GCE)||A or B|
|French Baccalaureate||14 or higher|
|Swiss Maturite||4 or 5|
|German Abitur||10 or higher|
|All India/Delhi Senior School Certificate Exam (Class 12)||84 or higher|
|Indian School Certificate Exam (12th year)||84 or higher|
|Higher Secondary Certificate Exam (India, 12th year)||84 or higher|
|Israeli Matriculation Certificate (5 units only)||75 or higher|
Duke credits can be awarded only in those subject areas for which there is an AP exam offered domestically (see previous table of this section. Have the scores of your examinations sent directly to the Office of the University Registrar (Box 90054, Durham, NC 27708) as soon as you can, so that credit can be posted to your Duke record. If you have any difficulties with this, contact Harry Nelson in the Registrar's Office to ask for clarification or further instructions. If you have questions about the use of IPC for placement into Duke courses, contact an academic dean or the appropriate department.
Last updated: August 8, 2013