Exam Credit

  • Credit will be awarded only once for the same course, whether from credit by examination, dual enrollment, transfer credit, or UF course credit.
  • Credit awarded for acceptable dual enrollment or transfer courses takes precedence over credit by examination.
  • If duplicate credit exists among AICE, AP, CLEP, or IB, the exam yielding the most credit will be awarded.

Guidelines for Credit Awarded by AICE, AP, CLEP, DLPT, DSST, IB, or UExcel Examinations

  • A maximum of 45 credit hours may be granted by combining AICE, AP, CLEP, DLPT, DSST,  IB, or UEXCEL credit.
  • Students beginning in the fall or spring term must have taken the exams and have their scores reported to the university before the end of their first term of enrollment at UF.
  • Students who begin in the Summer A term must have taken the exam(s) and had their scores reported to the university before the end of their first Summer B/C term.
  • Students who begin in the Summer B term must have taken the exam(s) and had their scores reported to the university before the end of their first fall term.
  • If a student submits appropriate scores, UF will grant credit for the UF course(s) that most closely match the content of the exam as determined by the State of Florida. The transcript will reflect the course(s) with grades of P (for Pass). P grades will not be calculated into the student's GPA.
  • Equivalent courses earned by examination generally fulfill the same requirements that the UF course fulfills.

AICE Exam Credit

Students completing approved AICE examinations with scores of A-E will earn UF credit.

Scores of E or higher on AICE French Language, German, Latin Language, and Spanish Language examinations fulfill the foreign language proficiency requirement for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Journalism and Communications, and B.A. programs in the College of the Arts.

The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

AICE Exam Title AS Level A Level Gen Ed Credit
3 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted 6 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted
Accounting ACG L0001 ACG L0001
Applied Information, Communication Technology (ICT) CGS L0001 CGS L0001
Art and Design ART 2305C ART 2305C and ART L0001
Biology BSC 2005, BSC 2005L (4 credits) BSC 2005, BSC 2005L and BSC 2010, BSC 2010L (8 credits) BSC 2005, 2010 = State Core B, BSC 2005L, 2010L = B
Business, General GEB 2015 (1 credit) and GEB L0001 (2 credits) GEB 2015 (1 credit) and GEB L0001 (5 credits)
Chemistry CHM 1020, CHM L0001 (4 credits) CHM 1020, CHM L0001 and CHM 2045, CHM 2045L (8 credits) CHM 1020, 2045 = State Core P, CHM 2045L = P (no Gen Ed credit for CHM L000)
Classical Studies (AS Level only) CLA L0001 NA
Computing CGS L0001 CGS L0001 and CIS L0001
Computer Science CGS L0001 COP L0001
Design Technology ETI L0001 ETI L0001
Divinity REL 2210 REL 2210 and REL 2240 H
Economics ECO L0001 ECO 2013 and ECO 2023 (8 credits) ECO 2013 = State Core S, ECO 2023 = S (no Gen Ed credit for ECO L000)
English Language ENC 11012 ENC 11012 and LIT 2000 ENC 1101 = State Core C, LIT 2000 = State Core H
English Literature2 ENC 1102 ENC 1102 and LIT 2120 ENC 1102 = State Core C, LIT 2120 = C or H and N
Environmental Management (AS Level only) EVR 2001 and EVR L0001 NA EVR 2001 = State Core B or P and N (no Gen Ed credit for EVR L000)
French Language FRE 2220 (4 credits) FRE 2220 and FRE 2221 (8 credits)
French Literature (AS Level only) FRW L0001 NA
Further Math (A Level only) NA MAC 2311 and MAC 2312 (8 credits) State Core M
General Paper IDS L0001 NA
Geography GEA 1000 GEO 2200 and GEO L0001 GEA 1000 = S and N, GEO 2200 = P (no Gen Ed credit for GEO L000)
German GER 2200 GER 2200 and GER 2240
Global Perspectives ISS L0001 ISS L0001
History: European2 EUH 2002 EUH 2001 and EUH 2002 H and N
History: International WOH 2040 NA
History: United States AMH L0001 AMH L0001 and AMH L0001
Latin Language (AS Level only) LAT 1131 (5 credits) NA
Marine Science OCE 1001 OCE 1001 and OCE L0001 OCE 1001 = P (no Gen Ed credit for OCE L000)
Mathematics MAC 1147 (4 credits) MAC 1114 and MAC 2311 MAC 1147 and MAC 2311 = State Core M, MAC 1114 = M
Media Studies DIG L0001 DIG L0001
Music MUH L0001 MUH L0001
Physics PHY 2020 and PHY L0001 (4 credits) PHY 2053, PHY 2053L and PHY 2054, PHY 2054L (10 credits) PHY 2020, PHY 2053, PHY 2054, = State Core P PHY 2053L, 2054L = P (no Gen Ed credit for PHY L000)
Psychology PSY 2012 PSY 2012 and PSY L0001 State Core S (no Gen Ed credit for PSY L000)
Sociology SYG 2000 SYG 2000 (3 credits) State Core S
Spanish SPN 2200 SPN 2200 and SPN 2201
Spanish Literature (AS Level only) SPW L000 NA
Thinking Skills PHI L0001 PHI L0001
Travel and Tourism HFT L0001 HFT L0001
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide credit for general education, writing requirement or count toward the major.

2

Writing requirement (6000 words). 

AP Exam Credit

Students completing approved AP examinations with scores of three or higher will earn UF credit.

Scores of three or higher on AP Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, and Spanish language examinations fulfill the foreign language proficiency requirement for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Journalism and Communications, and B.A. programs in the College of the Arts.

AP Calculus Placement Scores More AP Information

The UF course credit that students earn depends on their score on each AP exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

AP Exam Score of 3 Score of 4 Score of 5 Gen Ed Credit
3 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted 6 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted 6 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted
2-D Art and Design ART 1201C ART 1201C (3 credits) ART 1201C (3 credits)
3-D Art and Design ART 1203C ART 1203C (3 credits) ART 1203C (3 credits)
Art History ARH 2000 ARH 2000 and ARH 2050 ARH 2000 and ARH 2050 ARH 2000 = State Core H and D, ARH 2050 = H and N
Biology BSC 2005/BSC 2005L (4 credits) BSC 2010/BSC 2010L (4 credits) BSC 2010/BSC 2010L and BSC 2011/BSC 2011L (8 credits) BSC 2005, 2010, 2011 = State Core B, BSC 2010L, 2011L = B
Calculus AB MAC 2311 (4 credits) MAC 2311 (4 credits) MAC 2311 (4 credits) State Core M
Calculus BC MAC 2311 (4 credits) MAC 2311 and MAC 2312 (8 credits) MAC 2311 and MAC 2312 (8 credits) State Core M
Capstone Research IDS L0001 IDS L0001(3 credits) IDS L0001(3 credits)
Capstone Seminar IDS L0001 IDS L0001(3 credits) IDS L0001(3 credits)
Chemistry CHM 1020/CHM L0001 (4 credits) CHM 2045/CHM 2045L (4 credits) CHM 2045/CHM 2045L and CHM 2046/CHM 2046L (8 credits) CHM 1020, 2045, 2046 = State Core P CHM 2045, 2046L = P (no Gen Ed credit for CHM L000)
Chinese Language and Culture CHI 2230 (5 credits) CHI 2230 and CHI 2231 (10 credits) CHI 2230 and CHI 2231 (10 credits)
Computer Science A CGS L0001 CGS L0001 (3 credits) CGS L0001 (3 credits)
Computer Science Principles CIS L0001 CIS L0001 CIS L0001
Drawing ART 2305C ART 2305C (3 credits) ART 2305C (3 credits)
Economics: Macro ECO 2013 (4 credits) ECO 2013 (4 credits) ECO 2013 (4 credits) State Core S
Economics: Micro ECO 2023 (4 credits) ECO 2023 (4 credits) ECO 2023 (4 credits) S
English Language and Composition2 ENC 1101 ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 State Core C
English Literature and Composition2 AML 2070 AML 2070 and LIT 2120 AML 2070 and LIT 2120 AML 2070 = C or H, LIT 2120 = C or H and N
Environmental Science ISC L0001 ISC L0001 (3 credits) ISC L0001 (3 credits)
European History EUH L0001 EUH 2000 and EUH 20012 EUH 2000 and EUH 20012 EUH 2000 and 2001 = H and N (no Gen Ed credit for EUH L000)
French Language FRE 2220 (4 credits) FRE 2220 and FRE 2221 (8 credits) FRE 2220 and FRE 2221 (8 credits)
German Language GER 2200 GER 2200 and GER 2240 GER 2200 and GER 2240
Govt. and Politics: Comparative CPO 2001 CPO 2001 (3 credits) CPO 2001 (3 credits) S and N
Govt. and Politics: United States POS 2041 POS 2041 (3 credits) POS 2041 (3 credits) State Core S
Human Geography GEO 2420 GEO 2420 (3 credits) GEO 2420 (3 credits) S and N
Italian Language and Culture ITA 2220 (4 credits) ITA 2220 and ITA 2221 (8 credits) ITA 2220 and ITA 2221 (8 credits) H and N
Japanese Language and Culture JPN 2230 (5 credits) JPN 2230 and JPN 2231 (10 credits) JPN 2230 and JPN 2231 (10 credits)
Latin LNW 2321 LNW 2321 (3 credits) LNW 2321 (3 credits)
Music Theory MUT 1001, if composite score is 3 or higher (3 credits); MUT 1121, if both aural and non-aural subscores are 3 or higher (3 credits) MUT 1001, if composite score is 3 or higher (3 credits); MUT 1121, if both aural and non-aural subscores are 3 or higher (3 credits) MUT 1121, if both aural and non-aural subscores are 3 or higher (3 credits)
Physics 1 PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (5 credits) PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (5 credits) PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (5 credits) PHY 2053 = State Core P, PHY 2053L = P
Physics 2 PHY 2054/PHY 2054L (5 credits) PHY 2054/PHY 2054L (5 credits) PHY 2054/PHY 2054L (5 credits) PHY 2054 = State Core P, PHY 2054L = P
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism PHY 2054/PHY 2054L (5 credits) PHY 2049/PHY 2049L (4 credits) PHY 2049/PHY 2049L (4 credits) P
Physics C: Mechanics PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (5 credits) PHY 2048/PHY 2048L (4 credits) PHY 2048/PHY 2048L (4 credits) P
Psychology PSY 2012 PSY 2012 (3 credits) PSY 2012 (3 credits) State Core S
Spanish Language SPN 2200 SPN 2200 and SPN 2201 SPN 2200 and SPN 2201
Spanish Literature SPW L0001 SPW L0001 SPW 3100 and SPW L0001 SPW 3100 = H and N (no Gen Ed credit for SPW L000)
Statistics STA 2023 STA 2023 (3 credits) STA 2023 (3 credits) State Core M
United States History AMH L0001 AMH 20102 and AMH 2020 AMH 20102 and AMH 2020 AMH 2010 = H. AMH 2020 = State Core S and D (no Gen Ed credit for AMH L000)
World History: Modern WOH L0001 WOH L0001 (3 credits) WOH L0001 (3 credits)
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide credit toward general education, writing requirement, or count toward the major.

2

Writing requirement (6000 words).

DLPT Exam Credit

As part of the Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) provides resident instruction at the Presidio of Monterey in two dozen languages.

The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

DLPT Exam Title Passing Score of 3-3+ Passing Score 4-5
Albanian, Azerbaijani, Cebuano, Chavacano, Dari-Afghan, Indonesian, Kurdish, Norwegian, Pashto-Afghan, Persian, Punjabi, Serbian/Croatian, Somali, Tagalog, Tausug, Uzbek Two semesters of elementary language (6 credits) Two semesters of elementary language and one semester of intermediate language (9 credits)
Arabic (Algerian, MSA, Saudi, Sudanese, Yemeni) ARA 1130 and ARA 1131 (10 credits) ARA 1130, ARA 1131, and ARA 2220 (14 credits)
Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin) CHI 1130 and CHI 1131 (10 credits) CHI 1130, CHI 1131, and CHI 2230 (15 credits)
French FRE 1130 and FRE 1131 (10 credits) FRE 1130, FRE 1131, and FRE 2220 (14 credits)
German GER 1130 and GER 1131 (10 credits) GER 1130, GER 1131, GER 2200 (13 credits)
Greek GRK 1130 and GRK 1131 (10 credits) GRK 1130, GRK 1131, and GRK 2200 (13 credits)
Haitian HAI 1130 and HAI 1131 (10 credits) HAI 1130, HAI 1131, and HAI 2200 (13 credits)
Hebrew HBR 1130 and HBR 1131 (10 credits) HBR 1130, HBR 1131, and HBR 2220 (14 credits)
Hindi and Urdu HIN 1130 and HIN 1131 (10 credits) HIN 1130, HIN 1131, and HIN 2200 (13 credits)
Japanese JPN 1130 and JPN 1131 (10 credits) JPN 1130, JPN 1131, and JPN 2230 (15 credits)
Korean KOR 1130 and KOR 1131 (10 credits) KOR 1130, KOR 1131, and KOR 2230 (15 credits)
Portuguese POR 1130 and POR 1131 (10 credits) POR 1130, POR 1131, and POR 3242 (13 credits)
Russian RUS 1130 and RUS 1131 (10 credits) RUS 1130, RUS 1131, RUS 2220 (14 credits)
Spanish SPN 1130 and SPN 1131 (10 credits) SPN 1130, SPN 1131, and SPN 2200 (13 credits)
Swahili SWA 1130 and SWA 1131 (10 credits) SWA 1130, SWA 1131, and SWA 2200 (13 credits)
Turkish TUR 1130 and TUR 1131 (10 credits) TUR 1130, TUR 1131, and TUR 2220 (14 credits)
Vietnamese VTN 1130 and VTN 1131 (10 credits) VTN 1130, VTN 1131, and VTN 2220 (14 credits)
Yoruba YOR 1130 and YOR 1131 (10 credits) YOR 1130, YOR 1131, and YOR 2200 (13 credits)

CLEP Exam Credit

CLEP examinations cover material that is taught in introductory-level courses at many colleges and universities.

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The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

Scale Score is 50 for Passing

CLEP Exam Title Score UF Equivalency Gen Ed Credit
Credits=3 unless noted
Algebra, College 50 MAC 1105 State Core M
American Government 50 POS 2041 State Core S
American Literature 50 AML L0001
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature None
Biology, General 50 BSC 2005 State Core B
Business Law, Introduction to 50 BUL L0001
Calculus 50 MAC 2233 State Core M
Chemistry, General 50 CHM 1020 State Core P
College Composition2 50 ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 (6 credits) State Core C
Educational Psychology, Introduction to 50 EDP L0001
English Literature 50 ENL L0001
Financial Accounting 50 ACG L0001
French Language 50 FRE 1180
French Language 59 FRE 1131 (6 credits)
Freshman Composition None
German Language 50 GER 1130 (5 credits)
German Language 60 GER 1131 (6 credits)
History of the US 1: Early Colonizations to 1877 50 AMH 2010 H
History of the US 2: 1865 to Present 50 AMH 2020 State Core S and D
Human Growth and Development 50 DEP L0001
Humanities 50 HUM L0001
Information Systems and Computer Applications 50 CGS L0001
Macroeconomics, Principles of 50 ECO 2013 (4 credits) State Core S
Management, Principles of 50 MAN L0001
Marketing, Principles of 50 MAR L0001
Mathematics, College 50 MGF 1106 State Core M
Microeconomics, Principles of 50 ECO 2023 (4 credits) S
Natural Science None
Precalculus 50 MAC 1140 State Core M
Psychology, Introductory 50 PSY 2012 State Core S
Social Science and History None
Sociology, Introductory 50 SYG 2000 State Core S
Spanish Language 50 SPN 1130 (5 credits)
Spanish Language 63 SPN 1131 (6 credits)
Spanish with Writing 50 SPN 1130 (5 credits)
Spanish with Writing 65 SPN 1131 (6 credits)
Western Civilization 1: Ancient Near East to 1648 50 EUH 2000 H and N
Western Civilization 2: 1648 to Present 50 EUH 2001 H and N
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide general education credit or count toward the major.

2

Writing requirement (6000 words). 

DSST Examination

DSST (formerly DANTES Subject Standardized Tests) are credit-by-examination tests originated by the United States Department of Defense's Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) program.

The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each DSST exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education requirements.

Students may be awarded a maximum of 30 credit hours for DSST exams.

DSST Exam Score of 400 Gen Ed Credit
3 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted
A History of the Vietnam War AMH L0001
Art of the Western World ARH 2000 State Core Gen Ed Humanities and Diversity
Astronomy AST 1002 State Core Gen Ed Physical Sciences
Business Ethics and Society GEB L0001
Business Mathematics QMB L0001
Civil War and Reconstruction AMH L0001
Computing and Information Technology CGS L0001
Criminal Justice CCJ L0001
Environment and Humanity EVR L0001
Environmental Science EVR L0001
Ethics in America PHI 2630 Gen Ed Humanities
Foundations of Education EDF L0001
Fundamentals of College Algebra MAC 1105 Gen Ed Mathematics
Fundamentals of Counseling PCO L0001
Fundamentals of Cyber Security CIS 2354
General Anthropology ANT 2000 Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
Here’s to Your Health HSC 2100 Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
History of the Soviet Union EUH L0001
Human Resources Management MAN L0001
Human/Cultural Geography GEO L0001
Introduction to Business GEB L0001
Introduction to Law Enforcement CCJ L0001
Introduction to World Religions REL 2300 Gen Ed Humanities and International
Lifespan Developmental Psychology XUF L0223 Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
Math for Liberal Arts MGF 1106 Gen Ed Mathematics
Management Information Systems ISM 3004
Money and Banking BAN L0001
Organizational Behavior INP L0001
Personal Finance FIN L0001
Principles of Adv. English ENC 1101 State Core Gen Ed Composition
Principles of Finance FIN L0001
Principles of Physical Science 1 PSC L0001
Principles of Supervision MAN L0001
Substance Abuse HSC L0001
Technical Writing ENC 2210 State Core Gen Ed Composition
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide credit toward general education, writing requirement, or count toward the major.

3

XUF is a prefix designated for non-UF courses that may fulfill general education or other degree requirements.

IB Exam Credit

Students will receive credit for scores of 4 or higher on both higher-level and standard-level examinations.

Scores of 4 or higher on IB French B, German B, Italian B, Latin, and Spanish B examinations fulfill the foreign language proficiency requirement for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Journalism and Communications, and B.A. programs in the College of the Arts.

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The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each IB exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

IB Exam Score of 4 Score of 5-7 Gen Ed Credit
3 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted 6 Credits/Exam unless otherwise noted
Biology BSC 2005/BSC 2005L (4 credits) BSC 2005/BSC 2005L and BSC 2010/BSC 2010L (8 credits) BSC 2005, 2010 = State Core B, BSC2005L, 2010L = B
Biology SL BSC 2005/BSC 2005L (4 credits) BSC 2005/BSC 2005L (4 credits) BSC 2005/2005L = State Core B
Biology HL BSC 2005/BSC 2005L and BSC 2010/BSC 2010L (4 credits) BSC 2005/BSC 2005L and BSC 2010/BSC 2010L (8 credits) BSC 2005, 2010 = State Core B, BSC2005L, 2010L = B
Business and Management GEB 2015 GEB 2015 and GEB L0001
Chemistry CHM 1020 and CHM L0001 (4 credits) CHM 1020 and CHM L0001 and CHM 2045/2045L (8 credits) CHM 1020, 2045 = State Core P, CHM 2045L = P (no Gen Ed credit for CHM L000)
Computer Science CGS L0001 CGS L0001 & COP L0001
Design Engineering ETI L0001 ETI L0001
Economics ECO L0001 ECO 2013 and ECO 2023 (8 credits) ECO 2013 = State Core S, ECO 2023 = S (no Gen Ed credit for ECO L000)
Ecosystems and Societies EVR L0001 EVR L0001
English A12 ENC 1101 ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 State Core C
English Language A: Language and Literature ENC 1101 ENC 11012 and ENC 11022 State Core C
English Language A: Literature ENC 11012 ENC 11012 and LIT 2000 ENC 1101 = State Core C, LIT 2000 = State Core H
Environmental Systems ISC L0001 ISC L0001
Environmental Systems and Societies (SL) EVR 2001 EVR 2001 and EVR L0001 EVR 2001 = State Core B or P (no gen ed credit for EVR L000)
Film Studies FIL L0001 FIL L0001
French B FRE 1131 (5 credits) FRE 1131 and FRE 2220 (9 credits)
Further Mathematics (Advanced Math) MHF 3202 MHF 3202 and MHF L0001 MHF 3202 = M (no Gen Ed credit for MHF L000)
Further Math MHF 3202 MHF 3202 and MHF L0001 MHF 3202 = M (no Gen Ed credit for MHF L000)
Geography GEA 1000 GEO 2200 and GEO L0001 GEA 1000 = S and N, GEO 2200 = P (no Gen Ed credit for GEO L000)
German B GER 1131 (5 credits) GER 1131 and GER 2200 (8 credits)
Global Politics (HL) INR 2001 INR 2001 and INR L000 (6 Credits) INR 2001 = S and N
Global Politics (SL) INR 2001 INR 2001 INR 2001 = S and N
History of Americas WOH L0001 WOH L0001 and AMH 2020 AMH 2020 = State Core S and D (no Gen Ed credit for WOH L000)
History of Europe WOH L0001 WOH L0001 and EUH 2001 EUH 2001 = H and N (no Gen Ed credit for WOH L000)
World History WOH L0001 WOH L0001
Information Technology in a Global Society CGS L0001 CGS L0001
Islamic History HIS L0001 HIS L0001
Italian Language B ITA 1131 (5 credits) ITA 1131 and ITA 2220 (9 credits) H and N
Latin LAT 1130 (5 credits) LAT 1130 and LAT L0001 (6 credits)
Literature and Performance THE L0001 THE L0001
Marine Science OCE L0001 OCE L0001
Math Analysis and Approaches (SL) MAC 1105 MAC 1105 and MAC 1140 MAC 1105 and MAC 1140 = State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Math Analysis and Approaches (HL) MAC 1147 (4 Credits) MAC 1147 and MAC 2311 (8 Credits) MAC 1147 and MAC 2311 = State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Math Applications and interpretations (SL) MAC 1105 MAC 1105 and MAC 1140 MAC 1105 and MAC 1140 = State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Math Applications and interpretations (HL) MAC 1140 MAC 1140 and MAC 1147 (7 Credits) MAC 1140 and MAC 1147 = State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Mathematical Studies (SL) MAC 1105 MAC 1105 and MGF 1106 MAC 1105 and MGF 1106 = State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Mathematics MAC 1147 (4 credits) MAC 1147 and MAC 2311 (8 credits) State Core Mathematics
Music MUL 2010 MUL 2010 and MUT L000 MUL 2010 = State Core H and N (no Gen Ed credit for MUT L000)
Philosophy PHI 20102 PHI 20102 and PHI L0001 PHI 2010 = State Core H (no Gen Ed credit for PHI L000)
Physics PHY 2020 PHY 2020/PHY L0001 and PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (9 credits) PHY 2020, 2053 = State Core P, PHY 2053L = P (no Gen Ed credit for PHY L000)
Physics SL PHY 2020 PHY 2020/PHY L000 1 PHY 2020, 2053 = State Core P (no Gen Ed credit for PHY L000)
Physics HL PHY 2020 PHY 2020/PHY L000 1 and PHY 2053/PHY 2053L (9 credits) PHY 2020, 2053 = State Core P, PHY 2053L = P (no Gen Ed credit for PHY L000)
Psychology PSY 2012 PSY 2012 and PSY L0001 PSY 2012 = State Core S (no Gen Ed credit for PSY L000)
Social Anthropology ANT 2410 ANT 2410 and ANT L0001 ANT 2410 = S and D (no Gen Ed credit for ANT L000)
Spanish B SPN 1131 (5 credits) SPN 1131 and SPN 2200 (5 and 3 credits)
Theatre Arts THE 2000 THE 2000 and THE L0001 THE 2000 = State Core H and D (no Gen Ed credit for THE L0001)
Theatre (SL) THE 2000 THE 2000 and THE L0001 THE 2000 = State Core H and D (no Gen Ed credit for THE L0001)
Visual Arts ART 2305C ART 2305C and ART L0001
World Religions REL 2300 REL 2300 and REL L0001) REL 2300 = H and N (no Gen Ed credit for REL L0001)
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide credit toward general education, writing requirement, or count toward the major.

2

Writing requirement (6000 words).

UEXCEL EXAM CREDIT

UExcel Examinations; Excelsior College Examinations (formerly known as Regents College Exams or the Proficiency Examination Program), are developed by Excelsior College using national committees of faculty consultants and national studies to assess how well the tests measure the performance of students in actual college courses.
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The chart specifies which UF course credit students will earn depending on their score on each exam and whether the credit earned will count for general education and the writing requirement (6,000 words).

UEXCEL Exam Passing Score C Gen Ed Credit
Abnormal Psychology CLP L0001
Anatomy and Physiology XUF L0093 State Core Gen Ed Biological Sciences
Calculus MAC 2311 State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
College Writing ENC 1101 State Core Gen Ed Composition
Contemporary Mathematics MGF 1106 State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Earth Science ESC 1000 State Core Gen Ed Physical Sciences
English Composition ENC 1101 or ENC 1102 ENC 1101 = State Core Gen Ed Composition, 6000 words
Ethics: Theory and Practice PHI 2630 Gen Ed Humanities
General Chemistry CHM 1020 State Core Gen Ed Physical Sciences
Foundations of Gerontology GEY L0001
Human Resource Management MAN L0001
Intro to Computer Engineering Using Java COP L0001
Intro to Macroeconomics ECO 2013 State Core Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
Intro to Music MUH L0001
Intro to Music MUL 2010 State Core Gen Ed Humanities and International
Intro to Philosophy PHI 2010 State Core Gen Ed Humanities
Intro to Sociology SYG 2000 State Core Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
Juvenile Delinquency CCJ L0001
Labor Relations MAN L0001
Life Span Developmental Psychology XUF L0223 State Core Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Sciences
Managerial Accounting ACG 2071
Microbiology MCB 2000 State Core Gen Ed Physical Sciences
Political Science POS L0001
Precalculus Algebra MAC 1105 State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Principles of Marketing MAR L0001
Psychology of Adulthood and Aging DEP L0001
Spanish Language One semester of language credit at Elementary Language I level (min. of 4 credits)
Statistics STA 2023 State Core Gen Ed Mathematics
Weather and Climate MET 1010 Gen Ed Physical Sciences
Workplace Communication with Computers OST L0001
World Conflicts Since 1900 WOH 2040
1

The L000 course number has no UF course equivalent. The credit applies to the minimum credits for the degree but does not provide credit toward general education, writing requirement, or count toward the major.

2

Writing requirement (6000 words).