UofC " This Is Now

Search Calendar:

Site Navigation
Important Notice and Disclaimer
Fee Payment Deadlines
Academic Schedule
Examinations Schedule
Undergraduate Degrees with a Major
Combined Degrees
Minor Programs
Student Services
Undergraduate Admissions
A.1 Classification of Students
A.2 "Admission Requirements" at the University of Calgary
A.3 Deadline Dates for Undergraduate Applications for Admission and Transcripts
A.4 Limitation of Enrolment
A.5 General Reservations on Admissions
A.6 Application for Admission
A.7 Transcript Regulations
A.8 Deadline Dates for Transcripts
A.9 Undergraduate Admission Requirements
A.10 Early Admission for Post Secondary Students
A.11 Required to Withdraw Students
A.12 Home Schooled Applicants
A.13 Aboriginal Admissions Policy
A.14 Aboriginal Student Access Program (ASAP)
A.15 Diverse Qualifications Admission Policy
A.16 Combined or Concurrent Degree Admissions
A.17 English Language Proficiency
A.18 Residence Requirements
A.19 Alternatives to Regular Course Credit
A.19.1 Advanced Credit/Placement
A.19.2 International Baccalaureate (IB) Program
A.19.3 Advanced Placement (AP) Program
A.19.4 General Certificate of Education - Advanced Levels
A.19.5 Credit in Courses by Special Assessment (Challenge Examinations)
A.19.6 Visiting Students
A.19.7 Auditing Regulations
A.20 Admission Refusal
Academic Regulations
Tuition and General Fees
English for Academic Purposes Program
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Environmental Design
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Haskayne School of Business
Faculty of Kinesiology
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Nursing
Qatar Faculty
Schulich School of Engineering
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Social Work
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Co-operative Education/Internship
Continuing Education
Undergraduate Awards and Financial Assistance
About the University of Calgary
Who's Who
Glossary of Terms
Contact Us
University of Calgary Calendar 2011-2012 Undergraduate Admissions A.19 Alternatives to Regular Course Credit A.19.3 Advanced Placement (AP) Program
A.19.3 Advanced Placement (AP) Program
AP students will automatically receive advanced credit or advanced placement in approved courses where they present grades of 4 or higher. In the case of advanced credit, a grade of "CR" will be recorded on the student's record. Official AP transcripts are required as part of the evaluation process.

Advanced Placement courses approved for advanced credit or advanced placement are:

AP Course

University of Calgary Equivalent

Art History

Art History 201/203

Art Studio (Drawing Portfolio)

Art 241/243

Art Studio (2-D Portfolio)

Art 231

Art Studio (3-D Portfolio)

Art 233


Biology 243

Calculus AB or BC

Mathematics 251*


Chemistry 201/203 or 209 (Engineering only)

Chinese Language and Culture

Chinese 205/207

Computer Science A

Computer Science 217**

Computer Science AB

Computer Science 231 and half course junior Computer Science***† or Engineering 233 (Engineering only)

Economics (Microeconomics)

Economics 201

Economics (Macroeconomics)

Economics 203

English (Language & Composition)

Half course junior English†

English (Literature & Composition)

Half course junior English†

Environmental Science

Half course junior Science


Full course junior French

German Language

German 221/223

Government & Politics (Comparative)

Half course junior Political Science†

Government & Politics (United States)

Half course junior Political Science†

History (European History)

History 201

History (United States History)

Half course junior History†

Human GeographyHalf course junior Geography††


Italian 201/203

Japanese Language and Culture

Japanese 205/207

Latin (Literature)

Latin 301/303

Latin (Vergil)

Latin 303

Music (Theory)

Music Theory and Composition 201

Physics B

Full course junior Physics†

Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism)

Half course junior Physics† or Physics 259 (Engineering only)

Physics C (Mechanics)

Physics 221

Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism) and Physics C (Mechanics)

Full course junior Physics†


Psychology 205


Spanish 201/203


Statistics 213

*Students may obtain credit for Applied Mathematics 217 in lieu of Mathematics 251 if they complete Mathematics 117 at the University of Calgary.

**Students who successfully complete a challenge examination may receive credit for Computer Science 231 in lieu of Computer Science 217.

***Students who successfully complete a challenge examination may receive credit for Computer Science 233 in lieu of the half junior Computer Science.

† "Junior" refers to credit at the 200 level, but for which no direct University of Calgary equivalency exists.

†† Students who wish to major in Geography will be required to take Geography 251.