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In accordance with the SUNY Policy on Award of Academic Credit by Evaluation dated July 23, 1976, students in attendance at SUNY Sullivan or prospective students planning to enter the college may receive academic credit by taking published and/or college-constructed subject examinations. Students at the college may apply not more than thirty (30) credit hours earned through published and/or college-constructed subject examinations or by evaluation toward the fulfillment of graduation requirements.

Students planning to attend the college should have their test scores submitted along with other credentials as required by the Admissions Office.

Credits earned in this manner will be treated as transfer credits with respect to students’ records. The student’s grade point average will not be affected.

SUNY Sullivan participates in the Advanced Placement (AP), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) programs and awards credit based on the following tables.

Advanced Placement (AP)
Minimum score of 3 in all areas The column to the right indicates the SUNY General Education (GE) Learning Outcome(s) for the course(s)
Exam Course Number and Title Credits GE
ARTS
2-D Art and Design ART 1205 – Design and Color 3 The Arts
3-D Art and Design ART Elective 3 The Arts
Art History HUM Elective 3 The Arts
Drawing ART 1001 – Drawing I 3 The Arts
Music Theory HUM 1200 – Music Appreciation 3 Humanities The Arts
ENGLISH
English Language and Composition ENG 1001 – Composition I 3 Basic Communication (partial)
English Literature and Composition ENG 2001 – Intro to Literature 3 Humanities
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Comparative Government and Politics POL Elective 3 Social Sciences
European History HIS 1201 Western Civ I and HIS 1202 Western Civ II 6 Other World Civilizations
Human Geography SOC 1725 – Survey of World Culture 3 Social Sciences Other World Civilizations
Macroeconomics ECO 1401, Macroeconomics 3 Social Sciences
Microeconomics ECO 1402, Microeconomics 3 Social Sciences
Psychology PSY 1500 General Psychology 3 Social Sciences
US Government and Politics POL 1341 – American Government 3 Social Sciences
US History HIS 1221 US History I and HIS 1222 US History II 6 US History
World History HIS 1201 Western Civ I and HIS 1202 Western Civ II 6 Western Civilization
MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Calculus AB MAT 1301 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I 4 Mathematics
Calculus BC MAT 1301 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I and MAT 2301 A G & Calculus II 8 Mathematics
Computer Science A CPT 1200 – Computer Information Systems 3 n/a
Computer Science Principles CPT 1300 – Intro to Computer Science 3 n/a
Statistics MAT Basic Communication04 – Elementary Statistics 3 Mathematics
SCIENCES
Biology SCI 1124 Principles of Biology I and SCI 2152 Principles of Biology II 8 Natural Sciences
Chemistry SCI 1202 General Chemistry I and SCI 2202 General Chemistry II 8 Natural Sciences
Environmental Science SCI 1515 – Environmental Science 4 Natural Sciences
Physics I: Algebra-Based SCI 1300 – Noncalculus Physics 1 4 Natural Sciences
Physics II: Algebra-Based SCI 2300 – Noncalculus Physics II 4 Natural Sciences
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism SCI 2302 – Calculus Physics II 4 Natural Sciences
Physics C: Mechanics SCI 1302 Calculus Physics II 4 Natural Sciences
WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
Chinese Language and Culture FLA 15Basic Communication – Chinese Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
French Language and Culture FLA 1455 – French Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
German Language and Culture FLA 1458 – German Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
Italian Language and Culture FLA Elect 3 Foreign Language
Latin FLA 1921 – Latin I 3 Foreign Language
Spanish Language and Culture FLA 1445 – Spanish Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
Spanish Literature and Culture FLA 2445 – Spanish Lang & Culture II 3 Foreign Language

 

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Minimum score of 50 in all areas (C-level), except Foreign Language (as noted)
The column to the right indicates the SUNY General Education (GE) Learning Outcome(s) for the course(s)
Exam Course Number and Title Credits GE
COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE
American Literature ENG 2117 American Literature I ENG 2118 American Literature II 6 Humanities
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature ENG Elective and HUM Elective 6 Humanities
College Composition ENG 1001 Composition I ENG 2005 Composition II 6 Basic Communication (partial)
College Composition Modular  (w/out essay) ENG Elective (non-Gen Ed) 3 n/a
College Composition Modular  (w/ essay) ENG 1001 Composition I and ENG Elective (non-Gen Ed) 6 Basic Communication (partial)
English Literature ENG 2001 Introduction to Literature and ENG Elective 6 Humanities
Humanities ENG Elective or HUM Elective And ART Elective 6 Humanities The Arts
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
American Government POL 1341 – American Government 3 Social Sciences
History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877 HIS 1221 US History I 3 US History
History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present HIS 1222 US History II 3 US History
Human Growth and Development EDU Elective or PSY Elective or PSY 1500, General Psychology 3 Social Sciences
Introduction to Educational Psychology EDU Elective or PSY Elective or PSY 1500, General Psychology 3 Social Sciences
Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 1401, Macroeconomics 3 Social Sciences
Principles of Microeconomics ECO 1402, Microeconomics 3 Social Sciences
Introductory Psychology PSY 1500 General Psychology 3 Social Sciences
Introductory Sociology SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology 3 Social Sciences
Social Sciences and History ECO, GEO, HIS, or POL Elective 3 US History, Western Civ, or Other World Civ
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 HIS 1201 Western Civilization I and HIS 1202 Western Civilization II 6 Other World Civilizations
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present HIS 1221 US History I and HIS 1222 US History II 6 US History
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
Biology SCI Elective 4 n/a
Calculus MAT 1301, Analytical Geometry & Calc I 4 Mathematics
Chemistry SCI Elective 4 n/a
College Algebra MAT 1205, College Algebra 4 Mathematics
College Mathematics MAT Elective 3 Mathematics
Natural Sciences SCI Elective 4 n/a
Precalculus MAT 1206, Precalculus 4 Mathematics
BUSINESS
Financial Accounting BUS 1416, Financial Accounting, 4 crs 8 n/a
Information Systems CPT 1210, Computer Literacy, 3 crs 8 n/a
Introductory Business Law BUS 1501, Business Law I, 3 crs 4 n/a
Principles of Management BUS 1310, Principles of Management, 3 crs 4 n/a
Principles of Marketing BUS 1301, Principles of Marketing, 3 crs 4 n/a
WORLD LANGUAGES
French Language  (Level 1) Minimum score of 50: FLA 1455, 2455 6 Foreign Language
French Language  (Level 2) Minimum score of 59: FLA 1455, 2455, 2456 9 Foreign Language
German Language  (Level 1) Minimum score of 50: FLA 1458, 2458 6 Foreign Language
German Language  (Level 2) Minimum score of 60: FLA 1458, 2458, FLA Elect 9 Foreign Language
Spanish Language  (Level 1) Minimum score of 50: FLA 1445, 2445 6 Foreign Language
Spanish Language  (Level 2) Minimum score of 63 for Language: FLA 1445, 2445, 2446 Minimum score of 65 for writing: FLA 1445, 2445, 2446 9 Foreign Language

 

International Baccalaureate (IB)
Minimum score of 5 in Standard-level courses
Minimum score of 4 in Higher-level coursesThe column to the right indicates the SUNY General Education (GE) Learning Outcome(s) for the course(s)
Exam Course Number and Title Credits GE
Biology (SL or HL) SCI 1050 Introduction to Biology I 4 Natural Science
Business & Management (SL or HL) BUS Elective 4 n/a
Chemistry SCI 1202 General Chemistry I and SCI 2202 General Chemistry II 8 Natural Science
Computer Science (SL or HL) CPT 1200 – Computer Information Systems 3 n/a
Economics (SL) ECO 1402 Microeconomics 3 Social Science
Economics (HL) ECO 1401  Macroeconomics and ECO 1402 Microeconomics 6 Social Science
English A Literature (HL) ENG  1001 Composition 1 3 Basic Communication (partial)
English A Lang and Literature ENG  1001 Composition I AND ENG  Elective 6 Basic Communication (partial) and Humanities
English (HL) ENG  1001 Composition I 3 Basic Communication (partial)
English (SL) ENG  Elective 3 Humanities
Environmental Systems (HL) SCI  1018 Physical Geology AND SCI  1005 Environmental Geology 8 Natural Science
Environmental Systems (SL) SCI  1018 Physical Geology 4 Natural Science
Environmental Systems & Societies (SL) SOC 1725 Survey of World Cultures 3 Social Science Other World Civilizations
French Lang Initio AB (HL) FLA 1455 French Language and Culture I AND FLA  2455 French Language and Culture II 6 Foreign Language
French Lang Initio AB (SL) FLA 1455 French Language and Culture I 3 Foreign Language
French Lang A1 or A2 (HL) FLA  Elect 3 Foreign Language
French Lang A1 or A2 (SL) FLA  Elect 3 Foreign Language
French Language B (HL) FLA 2455 French Language and Culture II AND FLA  2456 French Language and Culture III 6 Foreign Language
French Language B (SL) FLA  2455 French Language and Culture II 3 Foreign Language
Geography (HL) SOC 1725 Survey of World Cultures 3 Social Science
Geography (SL) SOC 1725 Survey of World Cultures 3 Social Science
German Lang Initio AB (HL) FLA  1458 German Lang & Culture I AND FLA  2458 German Lang & Culture II 6 Foreign Language
German Lang Inito AB (SL) FLA  1458 German Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
German Lang A1 or A2 (HL) FLA  Elect 3 Foreign Language
German Lang A1 or A2 (SL) FLA  Elect 3 Foreign Language
German Language B (HL) FLA  1458 German Lang & Culture I AND FLA  2458 German Lang & Culture II 6 Foreign Language
German Language B (SL) FLA  2458 German Lang & Culture II 3 Foreign Language
History of the Americas HIS  Elective 3 Other World Civilizations
History (HL) HIS  1221 US History I AND HIS Elective 6 US History
Islamic History (HL) HIS  1270 Development of Modern Middle East 3 Other World Civilizations
Islamic History (SL) HIS  1270 Development of Modern Middle East 3 Other World Civilizations
History (SL) HIS 1221 US History II 3 US History
World Religions HIS  1907 History of World Religions 3 Other World Civilizations
Italian Language B (SL) FLA Elective 3 Foreign Language
Italian AB FLA  Elective 3 Foreign Language
Korean Language (HL) FLA Elective 3 Foreign Language
Further mathematics (HL) (final assessment May 2020) MAT  2301 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 4 Mathematics
Mathematics (HL) MAT  1301 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 4 Mathematics
Mathematical studies (SL) MAT  1205 College Algebra 4 Mathematics
Mathematical Methods MAT  1206 Precalculus 4 Mathematics
Mathematics (SL) MAT  1205 College Algebra 4 Mathematics
Music (HL) MUS Elect 3 n/a
Music (SL) MUS Elect 3 n/a
Philosophy (HL) HUM 1300 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Humanities
Philosophy (SL) HUM 1300 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Humanities
Physics (HL) SCI  1300 Noncalculus Physics I AND SCI  2300 Noncalculus Physics II 8 Natural Sciences
Physics (SL) SCI 1300 Noncalculus Physics I 4 Natural Sciences
Psychology (HL) PSY  1500 General Psychology 3 Social Science
Psychology (SL) PSY  1500 General Psychology 3 Social Science
Social and Cultural Anthropology (SL) ANT 1102 Cultural Anthropology 3 Social Science
Spanish Lang Initio AB(HL) FLA 1445 Spanish Lang & Culture I AND FLA  2445 Spanish Lang & Culture II 6 Foreign Language
Spanish Lang Initio AB(SL) FLA  1445 Spanish Lang & Culture I 3 Foreign Language
Spanish Lang A1 or A2 (HL) FLA Elect 3 Foreign Language
Spanish Lang A1 or A2 (SL) FLA Elect 3 Foreign Language
Spanish Lang B (HL) FLA  2445 Spanish Lang & Culture II AND FLA  2446 Spanish Lang & Culture III 6 Foreign Language
Spanish Lang B (SL) FLA  2445 Spanish Lang & Culture II 3 Foreign Language
Theatre (HL) THE Elective 3 The Arts
Theatre (SL) THE Elective 3 The Arts
Visual Arts (HL) ART Elective 3 The Arts
Visual Arts (SL) ART Elective 3 The Arts