Advanced Placement (AP) Credit
Advanced Placement (AP) exams are College Board exams offered to students while they're still in high school. Learn more about AP exams on the College Board website.
TCC does not provide testing for AP exams but does accept AP scores for college credit.
How do I submit my AP scores to TCC?
AP scores submitted for credit should be officially sent to TCC through College Board. Learn about sending AP scores via College Board.
While you wait for your official score report to arrive at TCC, you can get immediate help from a campus Admissions and Registrar Office. Be sure to have a printout of your AP score report and a receipt showing that your order has been placed for the official report.
When will AP scores show up on my transcript?
If your scores are accepted, the grade for the course will appear as "CR" on your transcript. Scores will be posted to your transcript once you have an equal number of TCC courses on your transcript (usually before your first term of enrollment has ended).
Is there a fee to add AP scores to my transcript?
There is no fee for posting AP credit to your transcript.
What AP scores are eligible for college credit at TCC?
3 4 5
|Course||TCC Equivalent(s)||Credit Hours|
|Art History||x||x||x||Art Appreciation||ARTS 1301||3|
|Biology||x||x||x||Biology for Science Majors I & II||BIOL 1406 & 1407||8|
|Calculus AB||x||x||x||Calculus I||MATH 2413||4|
|Calculus BC||x||x||x||Calculus I & II||MATH 2413 & 2414||8|
|Chemistry||x||x||x||General Chemistry I & II||CHEM 1411 & 1412||8|
|Computer Science A||x||x||x||Programming Fundamentals I||COSC 1436||4|
|Computer Science Principles||x||x||x||Introduction to Computing||COSC 1301||3|
|Economics, Macro||x||x||x||Principles of Macroeconomics||ECON 2301||3|
|Economics, Micro||x||x||x||Principles of Microeconomics||ECON 2302||3|
|English Lang/Comp1||x||x||Composition I||ENGL 1301||3|
|English Lang/Comp1||x||Composition I & II||ENGL 1301 & 1302||6|
|French||x||x||Beginning French I||FREN 1411||4|
|French||x||Beginning French I & II||FREN 1411 & 1412||8|
|German||x||x||Beginning German I||GERM 1411||4|
|German||x||Beginning German I & II||GERM 1411 & 1412||8|
|Government & Politics||x||x||x||Federal Government||GOVT 2305||3|
|History (American)||x||x||x||US History I & II||HIST 1301 & 1302||6|
|History (European)||x||x||x||Western Civilization I||HIST 2311||3|
|Music Theory||x||x||x||Music Appreciation||MUSI 1306||3|
|Physics 1 & 2 (Algebra-Based)2||x||x||x||College Physics I & II||PHYS 1401 & 1402||8|
|Physics C, Part I (Mechanics)||x||x||x||University Physics I||PHYS 2425||4|
|Physics C, Part II (Electricity & Magnetism)||x||x||x||University Physics II||PHYS 2426||4|
|Psychology||x||x||x||General Psychology||PSYC 2301||3|
|Spanish Language & Culture||x||x||Beginning Spanish I||SPAN 1411||4|
|Spanish Language & Culture||x||Beginning Spanish I & II||SPAN 1411 & 1412||8|
|Statistics||x||x||x||Elementary Statistical Methods||MATH 1342||3|
1 English Lang/Lit are scored the same at TCC
2 You must successfully pass both Physics 1 & Physics 2 exams to earn credit for Physics 1401 & 1402
Updated October 05, 2021