AP Credit

Advanced Placement (AP) Score Equivalencies

If you have you been taking Advanced Placement (AP) classes in high school and have done well on the AP tests, you may have already satisfied the requirements for some college courses at Culver-Stockton. Check out the chart below to see whether you qualify for college credit.

Advanced Placement CourseScore RequiredHours GrantedInstitutional Courses Satisfied
    
American Gov/Politics33Pos 205
    
American History33His 107 or His 108
    
Art History33Art 240 or Art 241
    
Studio Art - Drawing33Art 115
    
Biology44Bio 110
    
Calculus AB34Mat 120
    
Calculus BC34Mat 120
    
Chemistry33Che 251
    
Comparative Gov/Politics33Pos 304
    
Computer Science A33Computer Science elective
    
Computer Science AB33Computer Science elective
    
Environmental Science33Natural Science elective
    
European History33His 235
    
English Language & Comp33Eng 101
    
English Literature & Comp33Eng 202
    
French Language33Frn 106
    
French Literature33French elective
    
German Language33Ger 106
    
Human Geography33Geo 201
    
Latin/Vergil33Latin elective
    
Latin/Catullus, Horace33Latin elective
    
Macroeconomics33Eco 201
    
Microeconomics33Eco 202
    
Music Theory33Mus 101
    
Psychology33Psy 102
    
Physics B33Phy 201
    
Physics C - Mechanics33Physics elective
    
Physics C - Elec/Magnetism33Physics elective
    
Spanish Language33Spn 106
    
Spanish Literature33Spanish elective
    
Statistics33Mat 205
    
Studio Art: 2D33Art 120
    
Studio Art: 3D33Art elective
    
World History33His 105