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Dual Credit Equivalencies, AP Exams and IB Exams


Dual Credit (sometimes called concurrent or dual enrollment) is a program allowing high school students to simultaneously earn credit toward both a high school diploma and a postsecondary degree or certificate. The credit is recorded on their college transcript. To see how your dual credit will transfer to other Idaho colleges, search by the course number on the Course Search page!

The Advanced Placement® Program, administered by the College Board, is a series of courses in a variety of subjects. AP courses are not tied to a specific college curriculum, but rather follow national College Board curricula. While taking the AP exam is optional, students may earn college credit depending on the scores they earn on the national AP exams. Individual postsecondary institutions have the discretion to accept the scores from the AP exams to award college credit or advanced standing. See the following table for information on how each institution treats scores on AP tests.

Universal in the Institution column indicates a that the test is excepted with the same equivalencies at all institutions.

Institution      AP Exam



Administered by the International Baccalaureate Organization, the IB program provides a comprehensive liberal arts course of study for students in their junior and senior years of high school. IB students take end-of course exams that may qualify for college-credit. See the following table for information on how each institution treats scores on IB tests.

Universal in the Institution column indicates a that the test is excepted with the same equivalencies at all institutions.

Institution      IB Exam



The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a group of standardized tests created and administered by the College Board. These tests assess college-level knowledge in thirty-six subject areas and provide a mechanism for earning college credits without taking college courses. See the following table for information on how each institution treats scores on CELP tests.

Universal in the Institution column indicates a that the test is excepted with the same equivalencies at all institutions.

Institution      CLEP Exam