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Advanced Placement Credits (AP)

AP - College Board Advanced Placement Program

The University of New Mexico encourages you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to earn college credit prior to enrolling. CEEB Advanced Placement Program Students who took advanced placement courses in high school, and earned a score of three or higher on the exam, may be eligible for college credit. Score reports should be sent from the College Board directly to the UNM Office of Admissions.

Advanced Placement ExamScoreUNM Course EquivalentUNM Credit HoursEnroll directly in the following UNM Courses
Spanish Language3SPAN 101, 1026 total (3 ea.)201
4 or 5
SPAN 101, 102, 201,
202 & 302
15 total (3 ea.)307
Spanish Literature4SPAN 3023 total307
5SPAN 302, 3076 total (3 ea.)350 - 370
411 - 439, 479

IB - International Baccalaureate (Higher Level Exams Only)

Higher Level ExamScoreUNM Course EquvalentUNM Credit HoursEnroll directly in the following UNM Courses
Portuguese A4PORT 311 & 3126 total (3 ea.)Please contact UG Advisor
Portuguese B4PORT 201 & 2026 total (3 ea.)
Spanish A4SPAN 301 & 3026 total (3 ea.)
Spanish B4SPAN 101 & 1026 total (3 ea.)