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Credit by ACT or AP Exam

The normal method of obtaining course credit is by successful completion of the course at UL Lafayette. The registrar may also assign transfer credit for courses taken at other colleges and universities. Three other ways to earn course credit are described below.

Credit Based on a CEEB AP Exam Score

  • Calculus AB exam:
    • Calculus AB exam score of 1, 2: no course credit
    • Calculus AB exam score of 3: credit for math 143 and math 250
    • Calculus AB exam score of 4, 5: credit for math 143 and math 270
  • Calculus BC exam:
    • Calculus BC exam score of 1, 2: no course credit
    • Calculus BC exam score of 3: credit for math 143 and math 270
    • Calculus BC exam score of 4, 5: credit for math 143, math 270, and math 301
  • Statistics exam:
    • Statistics exam score of 1,2: no course credit
    • Statistics exam score of 3, 4, 5: credit for stat 214

Credit Based on an ACT Mathematics Score

  • ACT math score of 24 or less: no course credit
  • ACT math score of 25, 26, 27: credit for math 105
  • ACT math score of 28, 29: credit for math 109
  • ACT math score of 30 or more: credit for math 109 and math 110