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    University of Alberta
   
 
  Feb 22, 2018
 
 
    
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Admissions Chart 5


Advanced Placement Courses University of Alberta Equivalents Augustana Faculty Equivalents (Camrose)
Art History ART H 101  (★3) and ART H 102  (★3) AUART 100 (★3) and AUART 102  (★3)
Biology BIOL 100-level (★3) (not to take BIOL 107 ) AUBIO 100-level (★3) (not to take AUBIO 130)
Calculus AB MATH 113  (★3) AUMAT 110  (★3)
Calculus BC MATH 113  (★3) [or MATH 100  (★3.5) for Engineering only] AUMAT 110  (★3)
Chemistry Students may apply to write a Credit by Special Assessment examination in CHEM 101  (★3) [or CHEM 103  (★4.3) for Engineering only] AUCHE 100-level (★3)
Chinese Language and Culture CHINA 200-level (★3) AU Language 200-level (★3)
Comparative Government and Politics POL S 100-level (★3) (not to take POL S 101 ) AUPOL 100-level (★3)
Computing Science A CMPUT 174  (★3) AUCSC 120  (★3)
Computing Science AB CMPUT 174  (★3) and CMPUT 175  (★3) AUCSC 120  (★3) and AUCSC 100-level (★3) (not to take AUCSC 210 )
English (Language and Composition) ENGL 100-level (★3) (not to take WRS 101 ) AUENG 100-level (★3)
English (Literature and Composition) ENGL 100-level (★3) AUENG 100-level (★3)
Environmental Science 100-level Science Option (★3) AU Science 100-level (★3)
European History HIST 100-level (★6) (not to take HIST 111  or HIST 112 ) AUHIS 100-level (★6) (not to take AUHIS 201  or AUHIS 202 )
French Language and Culture Advanced Placement Advanced Placement
French Literature Advanced Placement Advanced Placement
German Language and Culture Advanced Placement Advanced Placement
Human Geography HGP 100  (★3) AUGEO 150 (★3)
Italian Language and Culture Advanced Placement  
Japanese Language and Culture JAPAN 201  (★3) and JAPAN 202  (★3) AU Language 200-level (★6)
Latin LATIN 300-level (★3) AULAT 200-level (★3)
Macroeconomics ECON 102  (★3) AUECO 102  (★3)
Microeconomics ECON 101  (★3) AUECO 101  (★3)
Music Theory MUSIC 155  (★3) AUMUS 160  (★3)
Physics B (taken 2014 and prior) PHYS 124  (★3) and PHYS 126  (★3) AUPHY 104  (★3) and AUPHY 106  (★3)
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism; plus Mechanics (taken 2014 and prior) PHYS 124  (★3) and PHYS 126  (★3) OR PHYS 144  (★3) AUPHY 110  (★3) and AUPHY 100-level (★3)
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism; plus Mechanics (taken after 2014) PHYS 144  (★3) AUPHY 110  (★3)
Physics 1 plus Physics 2 PHYS 124  (★3) (see Note 3) AUPHY 104  (★3)
Psychology PSYCO 100-level (★3) (not to take PSYCO 104  or PSYCO 105 ) AUPSY 100-level (★3) (not to take AUPSY 101  or AUPSY 102 )
Spanish Language Advanced Placement Advanced Placement
Spanish Literature and Culture SPAN 200-level (★6) AUSPA 200-level (★6)
Statistics STAT 151  (★3) AUSTA 153  (★3)
Studio Art: 2-D Design ART 134  (★3) and DES 135  (★3) AUART 111  (★3) and AUART 100-level (★3) (not to take AUART 112 )
Studio Art: 3-D Design ART 134  (★3) and DES 135  (★3) AUART 111  (★3) and AUART 112  (★3)
Studio Art: Drawing ART 140  (★3) AUART 100-level (★3)
United States History HIST 100-level (★6) AUHIS 100-level (★6)
US Government and Politics POL S 100-level (★3) AUPOL 100-level (★3)
World History CLASS 100-level (★3) and HIST 100-level (★3) (not to take CLASS 110 , or HIST 110 , HIST 111 , or HIST 112 ) AUHIS 104  (★3) and AUHIS 105  (★3)

Notes

  1. Students who are eligible for Advanced Placement may register in a senior course. In the case of Language other than English courses students with Advanced Placement will be permitted to register in a senior level course after determination of their background qualifications for that course (interview, placement test, etc.). Students may also challenge a junior or senior course for credit via the Credit by Special Assessment route if they have appropriate qualifications and are eligible within the regulations.
  2. When students are instructed 'not to take' a specific course and a generic 100-level credit is granted, this credit may be used to meet the prerequisite for any higher level course requiring the specific course in question.
  3. Students who have not taken Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism and wish to take further Physics courses should consult the Department of Physics.