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Advanced Placement

The University of MissouriSt. Louis grants credit hours to entering freshmen who, through their performance on College Entrance Examination Board Advanced Placement Tests, demonstrate proficiency in certain areas. The examinations are administered in high schools during May of each year, are graded on a scale of 1-5 by national committees, and are furnished to the University of Missouri-St. Louis upon the student's request. In order to be eligible for credit, students must score 3 or higher. Advanced standing may be earned as indicated below:

Test Name Required Score UMSL Course UMSL Hours
American History** 5 HIST 1001 & HIST 1002 6
Art/Studio--General 3 ST ART Elective 3
Art/Studio--History 3 ART HS 1100 3
Art/Studio--Drawing 3 ST ART Elective 3
Biology** 4 or 5 BIOL 1831 5
Calculus (AB)* 5 MATH 1800 5
Calculus (AB)* 3 MATH 1100 3
Calculus (BC)**** 5 MATH 1800 & MATH 1900 10
Calculus (BC)**** 3 MATH 1100 3
Chemistry** 4 or 5 CHEM 1111 5
Computer Science (AB)** 4 or 5 CMP SCI 1250 3
Macroeconomics 3 ECON 1002 3
Microeconomics 3 ECON 1001 3
English Language and Composition 3 Freshman Composition Proficiency 3
English Literature and Composition 3 ENGL 1950 3
Environmental Science 3 Physical Science Elective 3
European History** 4 HIST 1031 &
HIST 1032
6
French Language*** 4 FRENCH 2101 3
French Literature*** 4 FRENCH 2180 3
German Language*** 4 GERMAN 2101 3
German Literature *** 4 GERMAN 2180 3
Human Geography 3 GEOG 1001 3
Latin/Vergil*** 4 LATIN 2101 3
Latin Literature*** 4 Transfer Humanities Credit 3
Music Theory 3 THRY COM 1301 3
Physics (B) 4 or 5 PHYSICS 1011 & PHYSICS 1012 8
Physics (C) 4 or 5 PHYSICS 2111 &
PHYSICS 2112
10
Political Science/
American Politics
3 POL SCI 1100 3
Political Science/
Comparative Politics
3 POL SCI 1500 3
Psychology 3 PSYCH 1003 3
Spanish Language*** 4 SPANISH 2101 3
Spanish Literature*** 4 SPANISH 2180 3
Statistics 3 MATH 1105 or
MATH 1310
3
World History** 4 or 5 HIST 1075 & HIST 1076 6

* A score of 4 or 5 is needed to receive credit for 5 hours; otherwise, it is only 3 hours with a score of 3.

** Student must score a 4 or 5 to receive credit.

*** For students scoring a 4 or 5 in any foreign language/language component, the equivalency of three hours of 2101 is appropriate. Students scoring a 4 0r 5 on the foreign language/literature component with receive credit for 2180.

**** A score of 4 or 5 is needed to receive credit for 10 hours; otherwise, it is only 3 hours with a score of 3.