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Advanced Placement

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See key below for explanation of attributes.

Advanced Placement New Paltz
Course GE III
APARH# AP Art History - Score 3,4,5 ARH201
- and -
ARH202
APARH12 AP Art History - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APARS# AP Studio Art - Score 3,4,5 ARS193 ARTS
APARS12 AP Studio Art - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APBIO12 AP Biology - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APBIO3 AP Bio-Score 3 (Up To Summer 2004) BIO201
- and -
BIO202
APBIO3 AP Bio-Score 3 (Fall 2004 - Present BIO293
APBIO45 APBio-Score 4,5 (Fall 2005 - Summer 2010) BIO201
APBIO45 AP Bio-Score 4,5 (Up To Summer 2005) BIO201
- and -
BIO202
NSCI
APBIO45 APBio-Score 4,5 (Fall 2010 - Present BIO202
- and -
BIO212
APCHE12 AP Chemistry - Score 1or 2 NCR000
APCHE3 AP Chemistry - Score 3 CHE293
APCHE4 AP Chem-Score 4 (Up To Summer 2007) CHE201
APCHE4 AP Chem-Score 4 (Fall 2007 - Present CHE201
- and -
CHE211
APCHE5 AP Chem-Score 5 (Up To Summer 2007) CHE201
- and -
CHE202
APCHE5 APChem-Score5 (Fall 2007 - Present CHE201
- and -
CHE202
- and -
CHE211
- and -
CHE212
APCHILAN12 AP Chinese Lang-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APCHILAN34 AP Chinese Language-Score 3,4 CHI301 FLNG
APCHILAN5 AP Chinese Language -Score 5 CHI301
- and -
CHI393
FLNG
APCPS# AP Computer Sci - Score 3,4,5 CPS210
APCPS12 AP Comp Sci - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APECOMAC# Macroeconomics-Score 3,4,5 ECO207
APECOMAC12 Microeconomics - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APECOMIC# Microeconomics-Score 3,4,5 ECO206
APECOMIC12 Microeconomics - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APENGLAN# English Lang Score 3 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENGLAN12 AP Engli Lang - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APENGLAN3# English Lang Score 3 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENGLAN3# English Lang Score 3 (Spring 2001 - Spring 2011) ENG193
APENGLAN345 English Lang Score 3, 4 or 5 (Fall 2011 - Present
- and -
APENGLIT345 English Lit Score 3, 4 or 5 (Fall 2011 - Present
ENG160
- and -
ENG193
COMP1
APENGLAN345 Eng Lang Score 3, 4 or 5 (Fall 2011 - Present ENG160
APENGLAN45 English Lang Score 4 or 5 (Spring 2000 - Spring 2011)
- and -
APENGLIT45 English Lit Score 4 or 5 (Spring 2000 - Spring 2011)
ENG160
- and -
ENG193
COMP1
APENGLAN45 English Lang Score 4 or 5 (Spring 2001 - Spring 2011) ENG160
APENGLAN45 English Lang Score 4 or 5 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENGLIT# English Lit Score 3 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENGLIT12 AP English Lit - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APENGLIT3# English Lit Score 3 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENGLIT3# English Lit Score 3 (Spring 2001 - Spring 2011) ENG293
APENGLIT345 English Lit Score 3, 4 or 5 (Fall 2011 - Present ENG160
APENGLIT45 English Lit Score 4 or 5 (Spring 2001 - Spring 2011) ENG160
APENGLIT45 English Lit Score 4 or 5 (Up To Fall 2000) ENG160
- and -
ENG180
APENVSCI12 AP Envir Sci - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APENVSCI3 AP Enviro Sci - Score 3 GLG120
APENVSCI45 AP Enviro Sci-Score 4 or 5 GLG120
- and -
GLG205
APFRNLAN12 AP Fren Lang-Score of 1 or 2 NCR000
APFRNLAN3 Fren Lang Score3 (Up To Summer 2007) FRN301 FLNG
APFRNLAN3 FrenLangScore3,4 (Fall 2007 - Present FRN301 FLNG
APFRNLAN45 FrenLang Score4,5 (Up To Summer 2007) FRN301
- and -
FRN302
FLNG
APFRNLAN5 FrenLang Score 5 (Fall 2007 - Present FRN301
- and -
FRN302
FLNG
APFRNLIT# AP French Lit Score3,4,5 FRN313
APFRNLIT12 AP French Lit-Score of 1 or 2 NCR000
APGEO# AP Human Geo - Score 3,4,5 GEO274
APGEO12 AP Human Geo-Score of 1 or 2 NCR000
APGER12 AP German Lang-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APGER34 AP German Lang-Score 3 or 4 GER311 FLNG
APGER5 AP German Language-Score 5 GER311
- and -
GER312
FLNG
APHISEUR12 AP Europn History - Score 1,2 NCR000
APHISEUR3 AP European History-Score 3 HIS214
APHISEUR45 AP European History-Score 4,5 HIS214
- and -
HIS353
APHISUS12 AP US History - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APHISUS3 AP US History - Score 3 HIS221
APHISUS45 AP US History - Score 4 or 5 HIS221
- and -
HIS222
APHISWRLD# AP World History-Score 3,4,5 HIS200
APHISWRLD12 AP World History - Score 1, 2 NCR000
APITALAN12 AP Ital Lang - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APITALAN34 AP Italian Lang-Score 3 or 4 ITA301 FLNG
APITALAN5 AP Italian Language-Score 5 ITA301
- and -
ITA393
FLNG
APJPNLAN12 AP Japanese Lang-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APJPNLAN34 AP Japanese Lang-Score 3or4 JPN301 FLNG
APJPNLAN5 AP Japanese Lang-Score 5 JPN301
- and -
JPN393
FLNG
APLAT12 AP Latin Lang-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APLAT3 AP Latin Lang - Score 3 LAT393 FLNG
APLAT4 AP Latin Lang - Score 4 LAT393 FLNG
APLAT5 AP Latin Lang - Score 5 LAT393 FLNG
APMATAB12 AP Calculus AB-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APMATAB3 AP Calculus AB-Score 3 MAT181
APMATAB45 AP Calculus AB-Score 4 or 5 MAT251
APMATBC12 AP Calculus BC-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APMATBC3 AP Calculus BC-Score 3 MAT251
APMATBC45 AP Calculus BC-Score 4 or 5 MAT251
- and -
MAT252
APMATSTAT# AP Statistics-Score 3,4,5 MAT241
APMATSTAT12 AP Stats - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APPHY# AP Physics - Score 3 or 4 (Fall 2010 - Summer 2012) PHY293 NSCI
APPHY# AP Physics - Score 3 or 4 (Up To Summer 2010) PHY293
APPHY12 AP Physics - Score of 1 or 2 NCR000
APPHYB34 AP Physics B - Score 3 or 4 (Fall 2012 - Present PHY293 NSCI
APPHYB5 AP Physics B-Score 5 PHY221
- and -
PHY222
APPHYC34 AP Physics C - Score 3 or 4 (Fall 2012 - Present PHY293 NSCI
APPHYCE5 PhysC E&M Score5 (Fall 2008 - Present PHY202
APPHYCE5 PhysC E&M Score5 (Up To Summer 2008) PHY204
APPHYCM12 Physics C:Mech-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APPHYCM5 AP Physics C:Mech-Score 5 PHY201
APPOLCOM# Govt&Pol Score3 (Up To Fall 2005) POL229
APPOLCOM12 AP Govt/Pol:Comp-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APPOLCOM3 Gt&PCompar-Score3 (Fall 2007 - Present POL293
APPOLCOM45 AP Govt&Pol:Comp-Score 4 or 5 POL229
APPOLUS# Gov&Pol 3,4,5 (Up To Summer 2007) POL216
APPOLUS# Govt &Politics:US (Up To Summer 2007) POL216
APPOLUS12 AP Govt/Pol:US-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APPOLUS3 Govt&Pol:US Score3 (Fall 2007 - Present POL193
APPOLUS3 Govt&Pol:US-Score3 (Up To Summer 2007) POL216
APPOLUS45 Gov&Pol:US-Score4,5 (Fall 2007 - Present POL216
APPOLUS45 Govt&Pol:US-Score4,5 (Up To Summer 2007) POL216
APPSY# AP Psychology-Score 3,4,5 PSY272
APPSY12 AP Psychology - Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APSPALAN12 AP Span Lang-Score 1 or 2 NCR000
APSPALAN3# Span Lang-Score 3 (Up To Summer 2006) SPA301 FLNG
APSPALAN34 Span Lang-Score 3,4 (Fall 2006 - Present SPA301 FLNG
APSPALAN45 SpanLang Score4,5 (Up To Summer 2006) SPA301
- and -
SPA361
FLNG
APSPALAN5 Span Lang-Score 5 (Fall 2006 - Present SPA301
- and -
SPA361
FLNG
APSPALIT# AP Spanish Lit - Score 3,4,5 SPA375
APSPALIT12 AP Span Lit-Score 1 or 2 NCR000

Key

APL Applied Liberal Arts. A maximum of 15 applied liberal arts credits can be accepted in transfer.
NCR A course that is not eligible for transfer credit.
000 A course that has no direct New Paltz equivalent, but may qualify for elective credit.
001 A course that will transfer in as lower division elective credit in a major.
003 A course that will transfer in as upper division elective credit in a major.
*** Applied Liberal Arts or elective credit.

General Education III Requirements

The General Education III Program was developed collaboratively by the faculty and students of SUNY New Paltz. It reflects the mission and characteristics of the college and an appreciation for the changing conditions of knowledge, pedagogy, and the contemporary world. The requirement for a system-wide set of general education requirements went into effect for students matriculating into the SUNY system for fall 2000 or later. One course in each of the following ten content categories is required of students graduating from any SUNY school.

Composition I (COMP) Composition II (COMP)
Arts (ARTS) Humanities (HUM)
Math (MATH) Natural Science (NSCI) 2 semesters
Social Science (SSCI) Foreign Language (FLNG) 2 semesters
World Civilization and Cultures (WRLD) United States Studies (USST)
Cultural Diversity (DIVR) Western Civilization (WEST)

General Education courses considered satisfied at another SUNY and or CUNY institution will be considered met at SUNY New Paltz.

A maximum of 70 credits will transfer from a two-year school and a maximum of 90 credits will be accepted in transfer for students who have attended a four-year school.

All students who have a bachelor's degree will transfer 90 credits and the SUNY-wide General Education requirements and SUNY New Paltz native general education requirements are considered met.

A.A. or A.S degree holders who transfer after receiving a degree from a SUNY or CUNY institution are considered to have met SUNY New Paltz�s native general education requirement, but not necessarily the SUNY-wide General Education requirement. The native general education courses include one semester of a Natural Science (NSCI), one semester of a Foreign Language (FLNG) and Cultural Diversity (DIVR). A.A. or A.S. degree earners will receive automatic waivers and will not have to complete these courses at New Paltz.

If you do not possess an A.A. or A.S. degree, you may still be eligible of automatic waivers of SUNY New Paltz's native general education requirements. The waivers will be applied based on the number of transfer credits awarded to you:

45-59 credits 1 semester of a Natural Science (NSCI)
60-74 credits 1 semester of a Natural Science (NSCI) and 1 semester of a Foreign Language (FLNG)
75 or more credits 1 semester of a Natural Science (NSCI), 1 semester of a Foreign Language (FLNG) and Cultural Diversity (DIVR)

Courses with grades of "D+" or lower are not accepted in transfer but can be used to satisfy a general education requirement.

Developmental and remedial course work does not transfer.
In addition, no credit can be awarded at the point of admission for credits earned at institutions, which have not been accredited by a regional accrediting agency of the American Council on Education.

The evaluation of transfer credits will be finalized and awarded only after official transcripts from all credit sources (college transcripts, test scores, military documents) have been received by the Office of Undergraduate Admission. PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO DO THIS BY THE MID POINT OF YOUR FIRST SEMESTER AT SUNY NEW PALTZ. If you have questions regarding your evaluation or outstanding transcripts, please call the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 845-257-3200 or email us at admissions@newpaltz.edu.

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