|AP Exam||Wheaton Course Number||Credit|
|Art: 3D||ARTS 112||1.01|
|Art: Drawing||ARTS 116||1.01|
|Art: 2D||ARTS 111||1.01|
|Art History 2 (score of 4)||ARTH 100||1.0|
|Art History 2 (score of 5)||ARTH 198||1.0|
|Biology 3||BIO 100||1.0|
|Calculus AB 4||MATH 101||1.0|
|Calculus BC 5||MATH 101||1.0|
|Chemistry 6||CHEM 100||1.0|
|Chinese Lang./Culture||CHIN 198||1.0|
|Comparative Gov’t/Pol.||POLS 115||1.0|
|Computer Sci. A8||COMP 100||1.0|
|Comp. Sci. Principles 8||COMP 198||1.0|
|Environmental Science 9||BIO 198||1.0|
|European History 10||HIST 198||1.0|
|French Lang./Culture||FR 298||1.0
|German Lang./Culture||GER 100||1.011|
|Human Geography 12||ANTH 198||1.0|
|Italian Lang./Culture||ITAL 198||1.011|
|Japanese Lang./Culture||JAPN 198||1.07|
|Music Theory 13||MUSC 114||1.0|
|Physics: 1 or 2||PHYS 100||1.0|
|Physics C: Mechanics||PHYS 170||1.0|
|Physics C: E & M||PHYS 171||1.0|
|Spanish Lang./Culture||HISP 100||1.011|
|Spanish Lit./Culture||HISP 198||1.011|
|US Gov’t and Politics||POLS 101||1.0|
|US History 10||HIST 198||1.0|
|World History 10||HIST 198||1.0|
1 Credit is only awarded for a score of 5, and this credit award is contingent upon a PORTFOLIO REVIEW by the Art Department at Wheaton in August.
2 A score of 4 earns students general art history credit and will not count towards the major. If you plan to major in art history, a score of 5 will count as one of the two 100-level courses required for the major. Meet with the department chair for more information and the appropriate next art history course.
3 May count toward the major. If you wish to continue in biology, determine if your emphasis in the AP class was on Evolution & Ecology or Cells & Genes. Plan to enroll in the less represented area: BIO 111: Evolution & Ecology or BIO 112: Cells & Genes. Consult with the department for further advice.
4 If you intend to continue studies in mathematics, or pursue a major requiring Calculus II (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physics), consider registration in Math 104 Calculus II or consult with the Mathematics Department during orientation. Please note that Wheaton awards one credit for AP Calc AB or for AP Calc BC; it is not possible to earn two credits for acceptable scores on both tests.
5 If you intend to continue studies in mathematics, consider registration in MATH 221: Linear Algebra or consult with the Mathematics Department during orientation. Please note that Wheaton awards one credit for AP Calc AB or for AP Calc BC; it is not possible to earn two credits for acceptable scores on both tests, nor is additional credit awarded for the AP Calc AB Subscore, alone, if credit is earned for AP Calc BC.
6 If you intend to continue studies in chemistry, you may begin with either Chem 153 (fall) or Chem 253 (spring). Please meet with the Chemistry Department Chair for assistance in choosing the appropriate course.
7 For students who wish to take this language, consult with the department about an appropriate-level class.
8 If you intend to continue studies in Computer Science, consult with the Computer Science Department about appropriate placement.
9 If you plan on pursuing environmental science, consult with the program coordinator concerning application of this credit to the major. The credit may be applied as a “related course” for the major in biology.
10 If planning on majoring in history, this credit will not count towards the major.
11 Academic credit and Foreign Language (FL) curriculum substitution will be awarded, contingent upon your completion of an upper-level course in the language. Speak with the Chair of the Department about an appropriate-level class.
12 May count toward the anthropology or sociology major.
13 Consult with the Music Department regarding application of this credit to the major. The department does not give credit for subscores. These are used for placement purposes only.
For provisional (pending) awards, the credit is not posted until the conditions have been met. If credit is dependent upon the outcome of a portfolio review, the appropriate department chair should be contacted after the first week of the semester.
If the completion of an upper-level course is required—typical for foreign language credit—the student’s record will be evaluated at the end of each semester until the condition is met. Please consult with the appropriate department to determine which courses fulfill the upper-level course requirement.