Office of the Registrar

Advanced Placement (AP) Credit

In 2007, the State of Ohio Legislature passed legislation mandating the Board of Regents to recommend and the Chancellor to adopt standards for each state institution of higher education to utilize in awarding credit to any student enrolled who has attained a passing score on an Advanced Placement (AP) examination. Institutions match the most appropriate course or sequence to the recommended match provided. 

Directive 2008-010: awarding Advanced Placement Credits to Public Institutions of Higher Education in Ohio

Advanced Placement Course Credit Alignment Recommendations (4/1/2014)
ORC 3333.163 Standards for college credit based on Advanced Placement test scores

High school students who enroll in college-level courses and who demonstrate superior achievement in the appropriate Advanced Placement examinations offered by the College Entrance Examination Board may submit results of their examinations to the offices of Admissions and the Registrar as part of their application for admission. These examinations are offered in May, and the candidate may, if desired, choose to take them by consulting with the secondary school college counselor or principal.

On recommendation of the departments concerned, full college credit may be granted for such work or certain prerequisite courses may be waived to permit the student to enroll in more advanced courses.

The University of Toledo AP Code is 1845.

AP Subject Area

AP Score

Course Prefix

Course Title

Semester Credit Hours

CEMS Match Number

Art History

3

ARTH 1500

Art in History

3

6304

4

ARTH 2050

History of Western Art I

3

8781

5

ARTH 2050

ARTH 2060

History of Western Art I

History of Western Art II

3 + 3

8782

Biology

3

BIOL 1120

Survey of Biology

3

6677

4

BIOL 2150

Fundamentals of Life Science

4

8775

5

BIOL 2150

BIOL 2170

Fundamentals of Life Science I

Fundamentals of Life Science II

4 + 4

8776

Calculus AB

3

MATH 1850

Single Variable Calculus I

4

6278

4

5

Calculus BC

3

MATH 1850

MATH 1860

Single Variable Calculus I

Single Variable Calculus II

4 + 4

8721

4

5

Chemistry
3
CHEM 1100
Chemistry and Society
3
6676
4
CHEM 1230
CHEM 1280
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry Lab I
4 + 1
8722
5
CHEM 1230
CHEM 1280
CHEM 1240
CHEM 1290
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry Lab I
General Chemistry II
General Chemistry Lab II
4 + 1 + 4 + 1
8723
Chinese Language and Culture
3
CHIN 1110
CHIN 1120
Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II
4 + 4
 
8724
4
CHIN 1110
CHIN 1120
CHIN 2140
Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II
Intermediate Chinese I
4 + 4 + 3
8725
5
CHIN 1110
CHIN 1120
CHIN 2140
  CHIN 2150
Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II
Intermediate Chinese I
Intermediate Chinese II
4 + 4 + 3 + 3
8726

Comparative Government and Politics

3

None

OTM Social Sciences

3

8727

4

5

Computer Science A

3

EECS 1510

 

Object-Oriented Programming

3

9061

4

5

Computer Science AB

3

EECS 1510

Object-Oriented Programming

3

9062

4

5

English Language

3

ENGL 1110

College Composition I

3

8730

4

ENGL 1110

ENGL 1130

College Composition I

College Composition II

3 + 3

8731

5

English Literature

3

ENGL 1110

College Composition I

3

8733

4

ENGL 1110

ENGL 2710

College Composition I

Reading Fiction

3 + 3

8734

5

Environmental Science

3

None

OTM Natural Sciences

3

8735

4

5

European History

3

HIST 1020

Europe from 1600

3

8736

4

5

French Language

3

FREN 1110

FREN 1120

Elementary French I

Elementary French II

4 + 4

6318

4

FREN 1110

FREN 1120

FREN 2140

Elementary French I

Elementary French II

Intermediate French I

4 + 4 + 3

6302

5

FREN 1110

FREN 1120

FREN 2140

FREN 2150

Elementary French I

Elementary French II

Intermediate French I

Intermediate French II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

8737

French Literature

3

FREN 1110

FREN 1120

FREN 2140

Elementary French I

Elementary French II

Intermediate French I

4 + 4 + 3

6321

4

FREN 1110

FREN 1120

FREN 2140

FREN 2150

Elementary French I

Elementary French II

Intermediate French I

Intermediate French II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

8779

5

German Language

3

GERM 1110

GERM 1120

Elementary German I

Elementary German II

4 + 4

8738

4

GERM 1110

GERM 1120

GERM 2140

Elementary German I

Elementary German II

Intermediate German I

4 + 4 +3

8739

5

GERM 1110

GERM 1120

GERM 2140

GERM 2150

Elementary German I

Elementary German II

Intermediate German I

Intermediate German II

4 + 4 +3 + 3

8740

Human Geography

3

GEPL 1010

Human Geography

3

6285

4

5

Italian Language and Culture

3

None

General Elective

8

8761

4

5

Japanese Language and Culture

3

JAPN 1110

JAPN 1120

Elementary Japanese I

Elementary Japanese II

4 + 4

8762

4

JAPN 1110

JAPN 1120

JAPN 2140

Elementary Japanese I

Elementary Japanese II

Intermediate Japanese I

4 + 4 + 3

8763

5

JAPN 1110

JAPN 1120

JAPN 2140

JAPN 2150

Elementary Japanese I

Elementary Japanese II

Intermediate Japanese I

Intermediate Japanese II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

8764

Latin Literature

3

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

4 + 4

11539

4

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

LAT 2140

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

Intermediate Latin I

4 + 4 + 3

11525

5

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

LAT 2140

LAT 2150

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

Intermediate Latin I

Intermediate Latin II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

11526

Latin: Vergil

3

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

4 + 4

11527

4

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

LAT 2140

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

Intermediate Latin I

4 + 4 + 3

11528

5

LAT 1110

LAT 1120

LAT 2140

LAT 2150

Elementary Latin I

Elementary Latin II

Intermediate Latin I

Intermediate Latin II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

11529

Macroeconomics

3

ECON 1150

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

6286

4

5

Microeconomics

3

ECON 1200

Principles of Microeconomics

3

6287

4

5

Music Theory

3

None

General Elective

3

8765

4

MUS 1610

Music Theory and Ear Training I

4

8766

5

Physics 1

3

PHYS 2070

General Physics I

5

8521

4

5

Physics 2

3

PHYS 2080

General Physics II

5

8522

 

4

5

Physics B

3

PHYS 2070

PHYS 2080

General Physics I

General Physics II

5 + 5

6288

4

5

Physics C:  Electricity and   Magnetism

3

PHYS 2140

Physics for Science and Engineering Majors II

5

6289

4

5

Physics C: Mechanics

3

PHYS 2130

Physics for Science and Engineering Majors I

5

6290

4

5

Psychology

3

PSY 1010

Principles of Psychology

3

6291

4

5

Spanish Language

3

SPAN 1110

SPAN 1120

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

4 + 4

6322

4

SPAN 1110

SPAN 1120

SPAN 2140

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

Intermediate Spanish I

4 + 4 + 3

8767

5

SPAN 1110

SPAN 1120

SPAN 2140

SPAN 2150

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

Intermediate Spanish I

Intermediate Spanish II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

8768

Spanish Literature

3

SPAN 1110

SPAN 1120

SPAN 2140

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

Intermediate Spanish I

4 + 4 + 3

8769

4

SPAN 1110

SPAN 1120

SPAN 2140

SPAN 2150

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

Intermediate Spanish I

Intermediate Spanish II

4 + 4 + 3 + 3

8770

5

Statistics

3

MATH 2600

Introduction to Statistics

3

6292

4

5

Studio Art 2-D

3

None

General Elective

3

8771

4

5

Studio Art 3-D

3

None

General Elective

3

8772

4

5

Studio Art Drawing

3

None

General Elective

3

8773

4

5

U.S. Government and Politics

3

PSC 1200

American National Government

3

8774

4

5

U.S. History

3

HIST 2010

HIST 2020

America to 1865

American from 1865

3 + 3

6296

4

5

World History

3

HIST 1050

HIST 1060

World History to 1500

World History from 1500

3 + 3

6297

4

5

Last Updated: 8/4/15