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Advanced Placement Student

The Advanced Placement Program provides motivated students with the opportunity to take some university-level courses while still in high school.

Admission Requirements

All applicants who have completed Advanced Placement exams from the College Board are required to submit their examination results for evaluation. Transfer credit will be granted for most Advanced Placement courses with examination grades of four (4) or better, to a maximum of 5.0 credits (one full year of study).

Advanced Placement Course Equivalencies

AP Course Name
Trent Equivalency
Credit Value

Art History

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Art Studio (Drawing)

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Art Studio (Drawing)

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Biology

BIOL 1020H and BIOL 1030H 0.5 + 0.5

Calculus AB

Science general credit (year 1) 1.0

Calculus BC

Math 1100Y 1.0

Chemistry

CHEM 1000H and CHEM 1010H 0.5 + 0.5

Comparative Government & Politics

Politics unassigned (year 1) 0.5

Computer Science A

COIS 1010H 0.5

Computer Science AB

COIS 1010H and COIS unassigned (year 1) 0.5 + 0.5

Macroeconomics

ECON 1020H 0.5

Microecnomomics

ECON 1010H 0.5

English Language

No Credit 0

English Literature

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Environmental Science

Environmental & Resources Science unassigned (year 1) 1.0

French Language

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

French Literature

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

German

GRMN 1000Y 1.0

History - American

History unassigned (year 1) 1.0

History - Europe

HIST 1200Y 1.0

Latin

LATN 1000H and LATN 1001H 0.5 + 0.5

Music Literature

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Music Theory

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Physics B

Science general credit (year 1) 1.0

Physics C - Electricity

Science general credit (year 1) 1.0

Physics C - Mechanics

Science general credit (year 1) 1.0

Psychology

PSYC 1020H and PSYC 1030H 0.5 + 0.5

Spanish Langauge

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

Spanish Literature

Arts general credit (year 1) 1.0

U.S. Government

Politics unassigned 0.5