Transferring Credits Please contact the admission office at 651-523-2207 or 1-800-753-9753 or email email@example.com if you have any questions about transferring high school credits. Complete transfer policy information is also available in the Hamline University Bulletin. Transfer students: Learn about transferring college credit to Hamline University. Advanced Placement | International Baccalaureate | Post-secondary Enrollment Option Credit Limitation for Work Done in High School Hamline University will accept no more than 64 credits for accredited college level coursework taken while concurrently enrolled as a high school student. This includes course work from AP, IB, PSEO, CIS, and CLEP. In addition, AP and IB programs are limited to 20 credits each. CIS, CLEP and DSST programs are limited to 16 credits each. Students may transfer in up to 64 credits of PSEO course work. The aggregate total for all programs must not exceed 64 credits. Advanced Placement (AP) Students that have taken AP exams should consult the list below for required scores and credit given for each exam. A maximum of 20 semester credits may be transferred from the AP program. HP = Fulfills particular Hamline Plan requirement AP Exam Score Hamline Credit HP Art History 4 or 5 Elective Credit Art (Studio) 4 or 5 Elective Credit F Art (Studio 2D Design) 4 or 5 Elective Credit Art (Studio 3D Design) 4 or 5 Elective Credit Biology 4 or 5 Elective Credit Calculus AB (or AB subscore on BC exam) 4 or 5 MATH 1170: Calculus I M, R Calculus BC 4 or 5 MATH 1180: Calculus II M Chemistry 3, 4, or 5 Elective Credit Chinese 3, 4, or 5 Elective Credit Computer Science A 4 or 5 Elective Credit Economics: Micro 4 or 5 ECON 1310: Microeconomic Analysis S Economics: Macro 4 or 5 ECON 1320: Macroeconomic Analysis S English: Language and Composition 4 or 5 Elective Credit English: Literature and Composition 4 or 5 Elective Credit H Environmental Science 3, 4, or 5 ESD 1100: Introduction to Environmental Studies French: Language 34 or 5 FREN 3210: Intermediate French IFREN 3220: Intermediate French II French: Literature 4 or 5 FREN 3520: Literature and Civilization II German: Language 34 or 5 GERM 3210: Intermediate German IGERM 3220: Intermediate German II Government and Politics: U.S. 4 or 5 PSCI 1110: American Government & Politics S Government and Politics: Comparative 4 or 5 Elective Credit History: European 4 or 5 HIST 1200: Introduction to European History S History: United States 4 or 5 HIST 1300: Introduction to U.S. History S History: World 4 or 5 HIST 1100: Introduction to World History D, S Human Geography 4 or 5 Elective Credit; equivalent to the Human Geography requirement in social studies major Japanese 4 or 5 Elective Credit Latin 4 or 5 Elective Credit Music Theory 4 or 5 MUS 3410: Music Theory I Physics 1 3, 4, or 5 Elective Credit Physics 2 3, 4, or 5 Elective Credit Physics B (last offered May 2014) 3, 4, or 5 PHYS 1130: Physics for Poets N Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism 4 or 5 Elective Credit Physics C: Mechanics 4 or 5 Elective Credit Psychology 4 or 5 PSY 1330: General Psychology S Spanish: Language 34 or 5 SPAN 3210: Intermediate Spanish ISPAN 3220: Intermediate Spanish II Spanish: Literature 4 or 5 SPAN 3980: Spanish Literature Statistics 4 or 5 MATH 1200: Statistics and Data Analysis M, R International Baccalaureate (IB) Students who have taken IB exams should consult the list below for required scores and credit given for each exam. Students may only receive credits for completing Higher Level exams. A maximum of 20 semester credits may be transferred from the IB program. HP = Fulfills particular Hamline Plan requirement IB Exam Score Hamline Credit HP Biology 5 and up Elective Credit Business and Management 4 and up Elective Credit Chemistry 5 and up CHEM 1130 and 1140: General Chemistry 1 and 2 Economics 4 and up ECON 1310: Microeconomic Analysis S English A 45 and up ENG 3010: Textual Studies and CriticismENG 3010 and Elective Credit H History of the Americas 4 and up HIST 1300: Introduction to U.S. History S, D History of Europe 4 and up HIST 1200: Introduction to European History S, D Language B 4 and up 1110 and 1120: Beginning I & II in relevant language Mathematics 5 and up MATH 1170 and 1180: Calculus I and II M, R Music 4 and up MUS 1100: Introduction to Music F Philosophy 5 and up PHIL 1120: General Philosophy H Physics 5 and up PHYS 1150 and 1160: Algebra-based Physics I & II Psychology 4 and up PSY 1330: General Psychology S Theatre Arts 4 and up THTR 1120: Introduction to Theatre Arts F Visual Arts 4 and up Elective Credit F Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) If you have taken classes at a Minnesota college through the PSEO program, please contact the admission office to see how they transfer. Students participating in the PSEO program are still considered first-year students. If they have completed an A.A. or A.S. degree through the PSEO program, each class is reviewed for transfer credit independent of any degree. Call the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 651-523-2207 or 1-800-753-9753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about transferring credits.