University of Mobile

Mobile, AL
Offers credit for AP Exams
Yes
Offers placement into higher-level courses for AP Exams
No

From the college: Satisfactory scores on the AP examinations are to be accepted as substitutes for and as successful completion of specified courses at the University of Mobile. A satisfactory AP score will earn as many hours of credit without a letter grade as the course for which it substitutes carries. A test score that is five years old or older may not be recorded on a student's transcript, but once recorded, it will remain permanently. No charges are made for credit granted under the AP program; however a fee is charged for recording a course on a student's record through the office of the registrar.
For more information, view the credit policy on this college's website.

Additional restrictions and requirements may apply to the policy listed below. For more detailed information, visit the college's AP policy on the Web or contact the college directly.

University of Mobile Credit Policy
Exam
Title
Min. Score
Required
Number
of Credits
Equivalent
Course
Art History 3 3 AR 201
Biology 3 6 BIO 211, 212
Calculus AB 3 5 MA 201
Calculus BC 3 10 MA 201, MA 202
Chemistry 3 8 CH 201, 202
Comparative Government and Politics 3 3 PS 115
Computer Science A 3 3 CIS 265
English Language and Composition 3 3 EN 101 or EN102
4 6 EN 101, 102
English Literature and Composition 3 3 EN 201 or EN 202
4 6 EN 201, 202
Environmental Science 3 3 ES 105
European History 3 6 HI 101, 102
French Language and Culture 3 6 FR 101, 102
German Language and Culture 3 6 GN 101, 102
Macroeconomics 3 3 EC 201
Microeconomics 3 3 EC 202
Music Aural Subscore 3 1 MU 101L
Music Non-Aural Subscore 3 1 MU 102L
Music Theory 3 6 MU 101, 102
Physics B 3 4 PH 101
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 3 4 PH 202
Physics C: Mechanics 3 4 PH 201
Psychology 3 3 PSY 201
Spanish Language and Culture 3 6 SP 101, 102
Spanish Literature and Culture 3 6 -
Statistics 3 3 MA 211
United States Government and Politics 3 3 PS 110
United States History 3 6 HI 201, 202
World History 3 6 HI 103, 104