Locations

Office of the Registrar

registrar@uidaho.edu  
Phone: (208) 885-6731
Fax: (208) 885-9061
875 Perimeter Dr MS 4260
Moscow, ID 83844-4260

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm*
Summer: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm*
Bruce M. Pitman Center, Room 119

*The Registrar's Office holds a bi-weekly staff meeting every other Tuesday. The office will open one hour later on those days.

AP & CLEP Credit

The University of Idaho grants credit equivalent to courses for College Board Advanced Placement and CLEP Exams with a minimum score.  The following chart indicates the equivalent credit granted with the minimum score.

Exam Minimum Score Required UI Equivalent Course Credit Total Credits Granted
CEEB Advanced Placement Exams
Studio Art-Drawing 4 ART 111 2
Studio Art-2D Design 4 ART 121 2
Studio Art-3D Design 4 ART 122 3
Art History
3 ART 100 3
Biology 3 BIOL 115 (w/o lab)* 3
Chemistry 3 CHEM 111 & 112 (w/o labs)* 6
Computer Science A 3 CS 120 4
Economics-Micro 4 ECON 202 3
Economics-Macro 4 ECON 201 3
English Lang/Comp 3 ENGL 101 3
  5 ENGL 101 & 102 6
English Lit/Comp 3 ENGL 101 3
  4 ENGL 101 or
ENGL 175
3
  5 ENGL 101 & 102 or
ENGL 175
3-6
Environmental Science 3 ENVS 101 3
  4 ENVS 101 & 102 4
Foreign Lang-French 3 FREN 101 4
  4 FREN 101 & 102 8
Foreign Lang-German 3 GERM 101 4
  4 GERM 101 & 102 8
Foreign Lang-Latin 3 LATN 101 4
  4 LATN 101 & 102 8
Foreign Lang-Spanish 3 SPAN 101 4
  4 SPAN 101 & 102 8
Government/Politics-US 3 POLS 101 3
Government/Politics-Comparative 3 POLS 101 3
History-US 3 HIST 111 & 112 6
History-European 3 HIST 102 3
History-World 3 HIST 101 & 102 6
Human Geography 3 GEOG 165 3
Math-Calculus AB 3 MATH 170 4
Math-Calculus BC 3 MATH 170 & 175 8
Music Theory 3 elective credit
(lower-division)
3
Physics B 3 PHYS 111 & 112 6
Physics C-Mechanics 3 PHYS 211 3
Physics C-Elec & Magnt 3 PHYS 212 3
Psychology 3 PSYC 101 3
Statistics 3 STAT 251 3
CLEP - College Level Examination Program Subject Exams
English Composition/Literature
American Literature 55 elective credit
(lower-division)
3
Anly/Interp Literature 55 elective credit
(lower-division)
3
College Composition 53 ENGL 101 3
English Literature 55 elective credit
(lower-division)
3
Foreign Languages
French
50 FREN 101 & 102 8

59 FREN 101, 102, 201 & 202 16
German
50 GERM 101 & 102 8

60 GERM 101, 102, 201 & 202 16
Spanish 50 SPAN 101 & 102 8

63 SPAN 101, 102, 201 & 202 16
History/Social Sciences
American Government 55 POLS 101 3
History of the US I
50
HIST 111 3
History of the US II
50
HIST 112 3
Intro to Educational Psychology 60 ED 301 3
Introductory Psychology 50 PSYC 101 3
Human Growth/Development 50 PSYC 305 3
Principles of Macroeconomics 50 ECON 201 3
Principles of Microeconomics 50 ECON 202 3
Intro Sociology 50 SOC 101 3
Western Civ I to 1648 50
HIST 101 3
Western Civ II 1648-Pres 50
HIST 102 3
Social Sciences/History 50 HIST 111 & 112, POLS 101 9
Science/Mathematics
Pre-calculus 50 Math 143 & MATH 144 4
Calculus 50 MATH 170 4
College Algebra 50 MATH 143 3
College Mathematics 50 MATH 123 3
Biology 51 BIOL 115 (w/o lab)* 3
Chemistry 50 CHEM 111 & 112
(w/o labs)*
6
Business
Info Syst/Comp Appl 50 BUS 350 3
Principles of Management 50 BUS 311 3
Financial Accounting n/a not approved
for credit
0
Intro Business Law 50 BLAW 265 3
Principles of Marketing 50 BUS 321 3

NOTE: If a student has received credit for a course based on a college preparatory examination, such as AP, IB, A-Level, GAC but does not feel prepared for the next course in the sequence, they may elect to forgo the course credit they have received based on the test score in order to take the course at the University of Idaho. To decline the exam course credit a student must submit a College Preparatory Credit Exclusion form to the Office of the Registrar by the end of the fourth week of the semester the student is retaking the course. The exam course will remain on the transfer record, but the credit will be excluded from the total credit earned. Students should be aware that they will not be able to request credit for the exam reinstated after electing to forgo the credit. This policy is not petitionable to the Academics Petitions Committee.