2: Admission to the University of Virginia

General Admission Requirements | Admission for First Year Students
Additional Information | Jefferson Scholars | Echols Scholars | Rodman Scholars
Admission for Transfer Students | International Student Admission
Advanced Placement Programs | Dual Enrollment | Student Retention Information
Special Student Information | Summer Session | Admission Timetable

SAT II Subject Test Placement | Advanced Placement Programs Chart

Advanced Placement Programs Chart

ExaminationScoreCourse ExemptionCredits
Art General (Studio Art)4 or 5ARTS 1003
Art History4 or 5ARTH 101, 1028
Biology4 or 5BIOL 201, 2026 [1]
Chemistry4 or 5CHEM 141, 142 or6 [1]
4 or 5CHEM 151, 152 (SEAS) and6
CHEM 151L, 152L (SEAS)2 [2]
Economics (Micro)5ECON 2013
Economics (Macro)5ECON 2023
English (Lang. or Lit.)4 or 5ENWR 101 and ENLT 249 or6 [3]
TCC 101 and ENLT 249 (SEAS)6 [3]
Environmental Science4 or 5EVSC 1013
French Language3FREN 201, 202Exemption
4 or 5FREN 331Exemption, 3
French Literature3FREN 201, 202Exemption
4 or 5FREN 332Exemption, 3
German Language4GERM 2013 [4]
5GERM 201, 2026
Government (U.S.)4 or 5GFAG 1013
Government (Comparative)4 or 5GFCP 1013
History (U.S.)4 or 5HIUS 201, 2028
History (European)4 or 5HIEU 207, 2086
Latin (Literature)4 or 5LATI 201, 202Exemption, 3 [5]
Latin (Vergil)4 or 5LATI 201, 202Exemption, 3 [5]
Math (AB)4 or 5MATH 1314
5APMA 101
(SEAS)
4
Math (BC)3MATH 1314
4 or 5MATH 131, 1328
4 or 5APMA 101 (SEAS)4
Music
(Listening and Literature)
4 or 5MUSI 101, 1026
(Music Theory)4 or 5MUSI 2313
Physics B4 or 5PHYS 201, 202 (College and Architecture)8
Physics C
(Mechanics)
4 or 5PHYS 151 (College majors)4
4 or 5PHYS 231 (College non-majors)4
4 or 5PHYS 203A (Architecture)4
4 or 5PHYS 142E (SEAS)4
Physics C
(Electricity and Magnetism)
4 or 5PHYS 231, 232 (College non-majors and Architecture)8
4 or 5PHYS 241E (SEAS)3 [6]
Psychology4 or 5PSYC 1014
Spanish
(Language or Literature)
4SPAN 2013 [7]
5SPAN 201, 2026
Statistics4 or 5STAT 110 (College)3 [8]

[1] No laboratory credit given.
[2] Credit may be given for the laboratory courses if proof is presented that a rigorous laboratory course was taken in high school.
[3] If students take the English Language and English Literature tests, they may receive credit for only one test, not both.
[4] Students who receive a 4 on this exam must enroll in GERM 202 to complete the foreign language requirement.
[5] Students receive credit for a 300-level Latin course determined by the department.
[6] To receive credit for PHYS 241E, students must earn 4 or 5 on the Mechanics portion of the test in addition to 4 or 5 on the Electricity and Magnetism portion.
[7] Students who receive a 4 on this exam must enroll in SPAN 202 to complete the foreign language requirement.
[8] STAT 110 does not fulfill the statistics requirement for the School of Commerce.


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