University of Tennessee: Martin

Martin, TN
Offers credit for AP Exams
Yes
Offers placement into higher-level courses for AP Exams
Yes

From the college: An applicant may gain credit hours though AP and/or CLEP examinations. Applicants who take the AP Examinations will receive credit for the introductory sequence in certain disciplines (up to eight semester hours) if they score a three, four or five. Applicants who score at or above the minimum score established by the university for credit will be awarded the amount of credit for general and subject exams as set by the university. Students will receive a grade of 'P' in these classes. A qualified applicant may apply a maximum of 30 semester hours credit for previous non-college learning and/or examination toward a degree. Credits earned by examination do not count toward UT Martin hours, nor toward four-year institutional hours.
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 Tennessee: Martin Credit Policy
Exam
Title
Min. Score
Required
Number
of Credits
Equivalent
Course
Art History 3 6 ARTH 210-211
Biology 3 8 BIOL 110-120
4 8 BIOL 130-140
Calculus AB 3 4 MATH 251
Calculus BC 3 4 MATH 251
4 8 MATH 251-252
Chemistry 4 8 CHEM 121-122
Computer Science A 3 3 CSCI 201
English Language and Composition 3 3 ENGL 111
4 6 ENGL 111-112
English Literature and Composition 3 3 ENGL 111
4 6 ENGL 111-112
European History 3 6 -
French Language and Culture 3 3 FREN 341
4 6 FREN 341-342
5 6 FREN 341 & 3 hr. class
German Language and Culture 3 3 GERM 341
4 6 GERM 341-342
5 6 GERM 341 & 3 hr. class
Human Geography 3 3 GEOG 202
Latin 3 3 LATIN LD
Macroeconomics 3 3 ECON 201
Microeconomics 3 3 ECON 202
Physics 1 4 4 PHYS 211
Physics 2 4 4 PHYS 212
Physics B 3 -- PHYS 211
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 4 4 PHYS 220
Physics C: Mechanics 4 4 PHYS 220
Psychology 3 -- PSYC 101
Spanish Language and Culture 3 3 SPAN 341
4 6 SPAN 341-342
5 6 SPAN 341 & 3 hr. class
Statistics 3 3 MATH 210
Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio 3 6 ART 120-130
Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio 3 6 ART 120-130
Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio 3 6 ART 140-150
United States Government and Politics 3 3 POSC 210
United States History 3 6 HIST 201-202
World History 3 6 HIST 121-122