Advanced Credit

Credits may be awarded by examination toward a bachelors degree provided that the scores meet established standards. We recognize that many students have gained relevant knowledge and experience which can be applied to an academic curriculum.  In all cases, students must have an official score report sent to Georgia College for evaluation of credit. Information on policies and various testing options are below.

Advanced Placement (AP) -  The Advanced Placement Program’s examinations are administered through high schools. For information regarding the courses or examinations, please contact your high school counselor or principal.  Additional information may be obtained through the Advanced Placement Program, 609-771-7300 or www.collegeboard.com. An original College Grade Report must be sent from AP directly to Georgia College (CEEB 5252) in order to receive credit. For a complete list of courses and credit please click here

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) - The College Level Examination Program is a national program of credit that allows students to obtain recognition for college-level achievement. The Center for Testing is an open CLEP test center and can administer all General and Subject Examinations to anyone who properly registers. However, each institution determines which exams are accepted and what minimum scores are required for credit. For a complete list of courses and credit please click here.

International Baccalaureate (IB) - The International Baccalaureate (IB) Program’s examinations are administered through high schools.  For information regarding the courses or examinations offered, please contact your high school counselor or principal.  Additional information may be obtained through International Baccalaureate North America, 212-696-4464, or www.ibo.org. For a complete list of courses and credit please click here