High School Subjects

The Grade 12 subjects listed as admission requirements for MacEwan University programs are based on Alberta Education approved curriculum and nomenclature.

With the exception of English Language Arts, high school subjects are classified into four subject groups: Group A (Humanities), Group B (Fine Arts), Group C (Sciences), and Group D (Optional/Electives).

 

Classification of courses: Group A, B, C or D

Group A: Humanities

  1. Social Studies 30-1

  2. 30-level language other than English

  3. Additional 30-level language other than English

  4. Aboriginal Studies 30

 

Notes

  1. Any one of the following courses will meet the 30-level language other than English requirement: French 21, 20S, 20N, 30S, 30N; French 31, 31A, 31B, 31C, 30-3Y, 30-9 Y; French Language Arts 20, 30, 30-1, 30-2; Français 20, 30, 30-1, 30-2; Langue et Literature 20, 30.

  2. Any one of the following courses will also meet the 30-level language other than English requirement: Blackfoot Language & Culture 30; Chinese Language Arts 30; Chinese Language & Culture 30; Cree Language & Culture 30; German Language Arts 30; German Language & Culture 30; Italian Language & Culture 30; Japanese Language & Culture 30; Latin 30; Spanish Language & Culture 30; Ukrainian Language Arts 30; Ukrainian Language & Culture 30. There are other 35-level locally developed courses which may also be used to meet the language other than English requirement.

Group B: Fine Arts

  1. Art 30

  2. Art 31

  3. Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)

  4. Dance 35

  5. Drama 30

  6. Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General (5 credits)

  7. Musical Theatre 35

  8. Music 35

  9. Performing Arts 35 A, B, or C

Additional 35-level Fine Arts courses may be considered.

Note

Equivalents of Music 30: Conservatory Canada, Grade 8 Practical and Grade IV Theory; Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto, Grade 8 Practical and Grade II Theory; Mount Royal University, Grade 8 Practical and Grade II Theory. Documents must be presented to Alberta Education for evaluation.

Group C: Sciences

  1. Biology 30

  2. Chemistry 30

  3. Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1

  4. Mathematics 30-2 (cannot be used for admission with Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1)

  5. Mathematics 31

  6. Physics 30

  7. Science 30

  8. Computing Science Advanced (CTS) (5 credits)

Group D: Optional

  1. Physical Education 30

  2. Applied Sociology 30

  3. Cultural and Physical Anthropology 30

  4. Experimental Psychology 30

  5. International Politics 30

  6. Macroeconomics 30

  7. Microeconomics 30

  8. Philosophies of Man 30

  9. Religious Studies 35

  10. Western World History 30

  11. World Geography 30

  12. World Religion 30

  13. Advanced CTS subjects (5 credits) as follows:

    • Agriculture • Community Care Services • Construction Technologies • Cosmetology • Criminal Justice Studies • Design Studies • Electro-Technologies • Enterprise and Innovation • Environmental Stewardship • Esthetics • Fabrication Studies • Fashion Studies • Financial Management • Foods • Forestry • Health Care Aide • Health Care Services • Human & Social Services • Information Processing • Legal Studies • Logistics • Management & Marketing • Mechanics • Networking • Power Engineering • Primary Resources • Recreation Leadership • Tourism Studies • Wildlife • Additional CTS courses may be considered.

Note

Applicants using a Group D subject for admission must present either one 5-credit subject or any combination of two 3-credit subjects. Career and Technology Studies (CTS) courses may be used only if a minimum 5-credits are presented at the advanced level in the same subject area. Apprenticeship, Work Experience, and Career and Life Management (CALM) courses are not considered for admission.

English

  1. English Language Arts 30-1

 

Out of province equivalencies

The information below is a guide to equivalent high school courses offered by other Canadian provinces.

British Columbia & Yukon

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

British Columbia & Yukon

English
English Language Arts 30-1 English 12, English 12: First Peoples, English Literature 12
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 History 12
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 12-level, 12A-level language
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Comparative Civilizations 12, Economics 12, First Nations 12, Geography 12, Law 12, Social Justice 12
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art Foundations 12, Digital Media Development 12, Studio Arts 12, Visual Arts 12
Drama 30 Acting 12, Drama 12, Theatre Performance 12, Theatre Production 12
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Band 12, Choir 12, Choral Music 12, Instrumental Music 12, Jazz Band 12, Strings 12,  Vocal Jazz 12
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits) Dance 12
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 12
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 12
Mathematics 30-1 Pre-Calculus 12, Principles of Math 12
Mathematics 30-2 Foundations of Math 12
Mathematics 31 Calculus 12
Physics 30 Physics 12
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 AP Environmental Science 12, Geology 12, Geometry 12, ICT: Computer Programming 12

Manitoba

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Manitoba

English
English Language Arts 30-1 English 40S (1 credit)
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Western Civilization 40S, Global Issues 40S
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 40S-level language
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Current Topics in First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Studies 40S, Law 40S, World/Human Geography 40S
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art 40G, Art 40S
Drama 30 Drama 40S
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Music 40S (Band, Choral, Strings/Orchestra, Vocal Jazz, Jazz Band, Guitar)
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits) Dance 40S
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 40S
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 40S
Mathematics 30-1 Pre-Calculus Math 40S
Mathematics 30-2 Applied Math 40S
Mathematics 31 Advanced Math 45S, Calculus 40S, Calculus 45S
Physics 30 Physics 40S
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Computer Science 40S

New Brunswick

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

New Brunswick

English
English Language Arts 30-1 English Language Arts 122 or Anglais 126B, English Language Arts 121
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Canadian History 122, World Issues 120,
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 French 121, French 122, French Immersion Language Arts 120, Latin 122, 126-level language,
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Canadian Geography 120, Native Studies 120
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art 121, Art 122, Visual Arts 120
Drama 30 Drama 121, Drama 122, Theatre Arts 120
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Music 120, Music 122
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)  
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 121, Biology 122
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 121, Chemistry 122
Mathematics 30-1 Advanced Mathematics with Intro to Calculus 120, Pre-Calculus A and B
Mathematics 30-2 Foundations of Mathematics 120
Mathematics 31 Calculus 120
Physics 30 Physics 121, Physics 122
Additional Group C subjects: Comp uting Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Environmental Sciences 120, Environmental Sciences 121, Environmental Sciences 122, Trigonometry and 3-Space 121, Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 (May not be presented for admission together with Advanced Mathematics with Intro to Calculus 120 and AP Calculus)

Newfoundland & Labrador

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Newfoundland & Labrador

English
English Language Arts 30-1 English Language Arts 3201
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 World History 3201
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 3200-level language
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 World Geography 3202
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art and Design 3200
Drama 30 Grade 12 Drama, Theatre Arts 3220
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Applied Music 3206
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)  
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 3201
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 3202
Mathematics 30-1 Advanced Math 3200
Mathematics 30-2 Academic Math 3201
Mathematics 31 Math 3208
Physics 30 Physics 3204
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Earth Systems 3209

NWT & Nunavut

High school courses from NWT and Nunavut are based on Alberta Education approved curriculum and nomenclature. They will match those listed as admission requirements for MacEwan University programs.

English
English Language Arts 30-1
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35
Drama 30
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30
Chemistry 30
Mathematics 30-1
Mathematics 30-2
Mathematics 31
Physics 30
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30

Notes

  1. Any one of the following courses will meet the 30-level language other than English requirement: French 21, 20S, 20N, 30S, 30N; French 31, 31A, 31B, 31C, 30-3Y, 30-9 Y; French Language Arts 20, 30, 30-1, 30-2; Français 20, 30, 30-1, 30-2; Langue et Literature 20, 30.

  2. Any one of the following courses will also meet the 30-level language other than English requirement: Blackfoot Language & Culture 30; Chinese Language Arts 30; Chinese Language & Culture 30; Cree Language & Culture 30; German Language Arts 30; German Language & Culture 30; Italian Language & Culture 30; Japanese Language & Culture 30; Latin 30; Spanish Language & Culture 30; Ukrainian Language Arts 30; Ukrainian Language & Culture 30. There are other 35-level locally developed courses which may also be used to meet the language other than English requirement.

  3. Equivalents of Music 30: Conservatory Canada, Grade 8 Practical and Grade IV Theory; Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto, Grade 8 Practical and Grade II Theory; Mount Royal University, Grade 8 Practical and Grade II Theory. Documents must be presented to Alberta Education for evaluation.

  4. Applicants using a Group D subject for admission must present either one 5-credit subject or any combination of two 3-credit subjects. Career and Technology Studies (CTS) courses may be used only if a minimum 5-credits are presented at the advanced level in the same subject area. Apprenticeship courses are not considered for admission.

Prospective applicants from other provinces and territories should reference out-of-province equivalencies.

Nova Scotia

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Nova Scotia

English
English Language Arts 30-1 Advanced English 12, English 12: African Heritage, English 12
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Global History 12
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 12-level language
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Canadian Literature 12, Economics 12, Global Geography 12
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art 12, Visual Arts 12
Drama 30 Drama 12
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Music 12 (Band, Strings, Vocals)
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits) Film and Video Production 12
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 12
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 12
Mathematics 30-1 Advanced Mathematics 12, Pre-Calculus 12
Mathematics 30-2 Academic Mathematics 12
Mathematics 31 Calculus 12
Physics 30 Physics 12
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Geology 12, Statistics 12

Ontario

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Ontario

English
English Language Arts 30-1 Anglais (EAE4U), English (ENG4U), Studies in Literature (ETS4U)
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Canada: History, Identity and Culture (CHI4U), World History: The West and the World (CHY4U)
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 Any Native Language Level 4 or Level 5 (LNADO-LNODO or LNAEO-LNOEO), Classical Languages Level 3 (LVGCU/LVLCU), Français (FRA4U), French (FSF4U), Extended French (FEF4U), French Immersion (FIF4U), any International Language Level-4 (LBADU-LYXDU)
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Analysing Current Economic Issues (CIA4U), Canadian and International Law (CLN4U), Canadian and World Issues (CGW4U), Canadian and World Politics (CPW4U), Challenge and Change in Society (HSB4U), Equity and Social Justice (HSE4M), Families in Canada (HHS4U), Geomatics (CGO4M), Interdisciplinary Studies (IDC4U), Classical Civilizations (LVV4U), Native Studies: Aboriginal Governance (NDG4M), Native Studies: Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context (NDW4M), Philosophy (HZT4U), World Cultures (HSC4M), World Geography (CGU4U), The Writer's Craft (EWC4U)
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Applied Design (AWD4M), Illustration (AWK4M), Painting (AWN4M), Photography (AWQ4M), Visual Arts (AVI4M)
Drama 30 Acting (ADG4M), Dramatic Arts (ADA4M),  Production (ADD4M)
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Music (AMU4M), Guitar (AMG4M), Instrumental Band (AMI4M), , Repertoire (AMR4M), Strings (AMS4M),  Stage Band (AMH4M), Vocal/Choral (AMV4M)
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits) Communications Technology (TGJ4M), Dance (ACT4M), Dance Performance (ATP4M)
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology (SBI4U)
Chemistry 30 Chemistry (SCH4U)
Mathematics 30-1 Advanced Functions (MHF4U)
Mathematics 30-2 Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)
Mathematics 31 Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U)
Physics 30 Physics (SPH4U)
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Computer Studies (ICS4U), Science (SNC4M), Earth and Space Science (SES4U)

Prince Edward Island

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Prince Edward Island

English
English Language Arts 30-1 English 611, English 621
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 History 621
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 621-level language
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Geography 621, Global Issues 621A, Economics 621A, PEI History 621B
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Art 621
Drama 30 Drama 621
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Music 621
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 621
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 611, Chemistry 621
Mathematics 30-1 Mathematics 621 B
Mathematics 30-2 Mathematics 621 A
Mathematics 31 Mathematics 611 B
Physics 30 Physics 621
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 3 0 Environmental Science 621A

Quebec

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Quebec

  Quebec applicants must present a minimum of two semesters in a CEGEP (pre-university) program.
English
English Language Arts 30-1 Two courses numbered in the 603 series (English Literature)
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Two courses numbered in the 330 series (History)
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 Two courses numbered in the 601 series (Français), or 602 series (French as a Second Language), or 607 to 616 series (Other Languages)
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Two courses numbered in the 320 series (Cultural Geography), 332 series (Ancient Civilizations), 340 or 345 series (Philosophy/Humanities), or 383 series (Economics)
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Two courses numbered in the 510 series (Visual Arts) or 520 series (Art History)
Drama 30 Two courses numbered in the 560 series (Theatre)
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Two courses numbered in the 550 series (Music)
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits)
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Two courses numbered in the 101 series (Biology)
Chemistry 30 Two courses numbered in the 202 series (Chemistry)
Mathematics 30-1 Calculus I
Mathematics 30-2
Mathematics 31 Calculus 1
Physics 30 Two courses numbered in the 203 series (Physics)
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Two courses numbered in the 320 series (Physical Geography)

Saskatchewan

Alberta/NWT/Nunavut

Saskatchewan

English
English Language Arts 30-1 ELA A30 and ELA B30; Francophone or French Immersion applicants who present a 30-level Francais or French Language Arts course (FLA) need to present only one ELA course to meet the English Language Art 30-1 requirement.
Group A: Humanities
Social Studies 30-1 Social Studies 30, History 30, Etudes Sociales 30
30-level Language; NUNAVUT ONLY: Inuktitut 12 30-level language, Francais Immersion A20 & B20
Additional Group A subjects: Aboriginal Studies 30; NUNAVUT ONLY: Aulajaaqtut 12 Economics 30, Geography 30, Law 30, Native Studies 30, Psychology 30, Sciences Sociales Fransaskois 30
Group B: Fine Arts
Art 30, Art 31, Applied Graphic Arts 35 Arts Education 30, Visual Arts 30
Drama 30 Drama 30, Theatre 30
Music 30 (Choral, Instrumental or General), Music 35 Choral 30, Band 30, Instrumental Jazz 30, Orchestra 30, Music 30
Additional Group B subjects: Performing Arts 35 (A, B, C),  Musical Theatre 35, Dance 35, Communication Technology Advanced (5 credits) Dance 30
Group C: Sciences
Biology 30 Biology 30
Chemistry 30 Chemistry 30
Mathematics 30-1 Math B30 and C30, Pre-Calculus Math 30
Mathematics 30-2 Foundations of Math 30
Mathematics 31 Calculus 30
Physics 30 Physics 30
Additional Group C subjects: Computing Science (CSE) Advanced Level Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (minimum 5 credits), Science 30 Computer Science 30, Earth Science 30, Geology 30

 

Course substitutions

University credit

The following university credit can be substituted in cases where applicants do not present the appropriate high school subject. ‘CR’ = Credits

 

English

  • English (6 CR)

 

Group A: Humanities

  • Language other than English (6 CR)

  • Humanities or Social Sciences (3 CR)

SOCI 100 can be used as a substitution for Social 30-1/30-2. This is the only course that can be used to substitute for Social 30-1/30-2.

 

Group B: Fine Arts

  • Art History (3 CR)

  • Design Studies (3 CR)

  • Drama (3 CR)

  • Music (3 CR)

 

Group C: Sciences

  • Mathematics (Algebra) (3 CR)

  • Mathematics (Calculus) (3 CR)

  • Chemistry (3 CR)

  • Physics (3 CR)

  • Biology (includes Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Zoology) (3 CR).

If no specific Group C course is listed as an admission requirement, any course from a science discipline—including PSYC 104—can be used as a group C subject.

For admission into Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Botany and Zoology cannot be used as Biology 30 substitutions.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

For admission purposes, MacEwan University will use the higher of either the high school grade or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) grade in calculating the admission average.

 

Classification of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme courses

IB DP course Alberta high school subject classification
Biology (SL/HL) Biology 30
Business Management (SL/HL) Group D
Chemistry (SL/HL) Chemistry 30/Group C
Classical Language (SL/HL) Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Computer Science (SL/HL) Group C
Dance (SL/HL) Group B
Design Technology (SL/HL) Group C
Economics (SL/HL) Group A
English (A) Literature (SL/HL) English Language Arts 30-1
English (A) Language and Literature (SL/HL) English Language Arts 30-1
Environmental Systems and Societies (SL/HL) Group C
Film (SL/HL) Group B
Geography (SL/HL) Group A
Global Politics (SL/HL) Group A
History (SL/HL) Social Studies 30-1/Group A
Information Tech in a Global Society (SL/HL) Group A
Language AB initio (SL), excludes English Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Language B (SL/HL), excludes English Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Mathematical Studies (SL) Mathematics 30-1/Group C
Mathematics (SL/HL) Mathematics 30-1 and Mathematics 31/Group C
Further Mathematics (HL) Mathematics 30-1 and Mathematics 31/Group C
Music (SL/HL) Group B
Philosophy (SL/HL) Group A
Physics (SL/HL) Physics 30/Group C
Psychology (SL/HL) Group C
Social and Cultural Anthropology (SL/HL) Group A
Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences (SL) Physical Education 30/Group D
Theatre (SL/HL) Group B
Visual Arts (SL/HL) Group B
World Religions (SL) Group D

 

Note:

This chart reflects courses offered during the 2016-2017 school year and is not intended to be a cumulative or historical listing of IB DP courses. Courses completed in prior years may also be acceptable for admission, please contact Admissions if you do not see your course listed.

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Advanced Placement (AP)

For admission purposes, MacEwan University will use the higher of either the high school grade or the AP grade in calculating the admission average.

Classification of Advanced Placement (AP) courses

AP course Alberta high school subject classification
Art History Group B
Biology Biology 30/Group C
Calculus AB Mathematics 31/Group C
Calculus BC Mathematics 31/Group C
Chemistry Chemistry 30/Group C
Chinese Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Comparative Government and Politics Social Studies 30-1/Group A
Computer Science A Group C
Computer Science Principles Group C
English Language and Composition English Language Arts 30-1
English Literature and Composition English Language Arts 30-1
Environmental Science Group C
European History Group A
French Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
German Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Human Geography Group A
Italian Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Japanese Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Latin Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Macroeconomics Group A
Microeconomics Group A
Music Theory Group B
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Physics 30/Group C
Physics C: Mechanics Physics 30/Group C
Physics 1 Physics 30/Group C
Physics 2 Physics 30/Group C
Psychology Group C
Spanish Language and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Spanish Literature and Culture Group A: Language other than English (LOE)
Statistics Group C
Studio Art: 2-D Design Group B
Studio Art: 3-D Design Group B
Studio Art: Drawing Group B
United States Government and Politics Group A
United States History Group A
World History Social Studies 30-1/Group A

 

Note:

This chart reflects courses offered during the 2016-2017 school year and is not intended to be a cumulative or historical listing of AP courses. Courses completed in prior years may also be acceptable for admission, please contact Admissions if you do not see your course listed.

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