Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and CLEP Information

College-Level Examination Program, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate

Students may use qualifying exam scores in many college subjects through the Advanced Placement (AP), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs to receive credit in both general areas and various other specific subject areas. Lane grants credits for Military Educational Experience upon review of the recommendations made by the American Council on Education (ACE).

Submit an official exam score transcript to Enrollment and Student Financial Services for the evaluation and transfer of credits. Official transcripts for scores can be requested at:

To have your exam scores evaluated and used towards your Lane degree and or certificate please complete the Request for Transcript Evaluation.

Students interested in taking the CLEP exam may go to through the College Board/Advanced Placement site.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT:

AP TESTSCORELANE EQUIVALENCY Effective Fall 2012Credits AwardedAttribute 
Art History 4+ART 204 & 2056A/L
Biology4+BI 211 & BOT 2138LSCI
Calculus AB3MTH 2515SCI
Calculus AB4+MTH 251, 25210SCI
Calculuc BC3MMTH 251 & 25210SCI
Calculus BC4+MTH 251, 252 & 25314SCI
Chemistry4+CH 221 & 222 & 223 LSCI
Computer Science A4+CS 1614SCI
Economics, Microeconomic3+ECON 2013SOC
Economics, Macroeconomic3+ECON 2023SOC
English Language & Composition3+WR 1214 
English Literature & Composition3+ENG 1044A/L
Environmental Science3+ENVS 1814LSCI
French: Language4+FR 201, 202 & 20315A/L
French: Literature3+FR 2XX4A/L
Government & Politics: US4+PS 2013SOC
History - European3+HST 101 & 1028SOC
History - US3HST 201 & 2028SOC
History - World3+HST 104 & 1058SOC/EGCD
Human Geography3+Under Department Review 8 
Music Theory4+MUS 111, 112 & 11312A/L
Physics B4+PH 201, 202 & 20315LSCI
Physics C: Mechanics4+PH 2115LSCI
Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism4+PH 2135LSCI
Psychology4+PSY 201 + 2028SOC
Spanish: Language4+SPAN 201, 202 & 20315A/L
Spanish: Literature3+SPAN 2XX4A/L
Statistics4+MTH 2434SCI

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE:

For information on ordering an official International Baccalaureate Report see, IBO North America at www.ibo.org or call (212) 696-4464.

IB Test Effective Fall 2013
Scores for Standard and High Level must be 5 or higher

IB Test Standard Level Equivalency Credits AwardedHigh Level EquivalencyCredits AwardedAttribute 
BiologyBI 2114BI 211, 212 & BOT 21312LSCI
BusinessBA Elective 4BA Elective 4NA
ChemistryCH 2215CH 221, 222 & 22315LSCI
Computer ScienceCS 1614CS 161 & 1628SCI
 EconomicsECON 2013ECON 201 & 2026SOC
Environmental Systems and SocietiesENVS 1XX4NANASCI
GeographyGEOG 142 4GEOG 142 4SOC
Global PoliticsPS 2053PS 2053SOC/CL
History: AfricaNANAHST 2XX4SOC
History : AmericasNANAHST 201, 202 & 20312SOC 
History: Asia/OceaniaNANAHST 2XX4SOC/CL
History: Europe & Middle EastNANAHST 104, 105 & 10612SOC/CL
Medieval Europe & Islamic WorldHST 2XX4HST 2XX4SOC/CL
History (Modern World)HST 2XX4NANASOC
English A LiteratureWR 1214WR 121, 122 & ENG 10412A&L
English A Literature & LanguageWR 1214WR 121, 122 & ENG 10412A&L
French A Literature & LanguageFR 2015FR 201, 202, & 20315A&L
French BFR 1XX5FR 1XX15A&L
Spanish A Literature & LanguageSPAN 2015SPAN 201, 202, & 20315A&L
Spanish BSPAN 1XX5SPAN 1XX15A&L
FilmFA 1XX3FA 1XX6A&L
Info Tech in a Global SocietyCIS Elective4CIS Elective 8NA
Math StudiesMTH 1054NANASCI
MathematicsMTH 1115MTH 111 & 24110SCI
Further MathematicsNA MTH 111, 243 & 25114SCI
PhilosophyPHL 2XX4PHL 201 & 2028SOC
PhysicsPH 2015PH 201, 202 & 20315LSCI
PsychologyPSY 2013PSY 201, 202 6SOC
Social & Cultural AnthropologyANTH 1034ANTH 1034SOC/HR/CL
Theater ArtsTA 1XX3TA 1XX3A&L
Visual ArtsART Elective3ART Elective6NA

COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM CLEP GENERAL EXAMINATIONS: 

SUBJECTSCORELANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Social Sciences/History 50 History (9 credits)
Natural Sciences 50 Science (9 credits)
Humanities (Arts/Letters) 50 Arts/Letters (9 credits)

CLEP SUBJECT EXAMINATIONS: 

SUBJECT SCORE LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
American History I (U.S. History) 50
53
55
HST201
HST201, 202
HST201, 202, 203  
American History II (U.S. History) 50
53
HST202
HST202, 203
American Literature 55 ENG253
(General) Biology 49
50
51
No Credit
BI101, 102, 103
BI101, 102, 103  
Calculus: Elementary 50MTH251
Calculus: Functions 60Not yet assessed by Lane
Calculus w/Elementary Functions 50MTH251, 252
Chemistry: General 48
49
50
55
No Credit
No Credit
CH221, 222, 223
CH221, 222, 223  
College Algebra 47MTH111
English Literature 55ENG204

French:

College French

I & II

48

44-48

49-54

55

57

59

62 

FR101, 102

FR102, 103

FR103, 201

FR201, 202

FR201, 202, 203

 

German:

College German I & II

43-51

48

44-48

52-54

49-54

55+

63

2nd year Language (15 credits)

-

2nd year Language (15 credits)

-

-

2nd year Language (15 credits)

 
Macroeconomics

50

60

ECON202

ECON202

Microeconomics

50

60

ECON201

ECON201

Sociology74SOC204
Spanish:
College Spanish I & II

50

54

55

56

61

66

-

-

SPAN201

SPAN201, 202

SPAN201, 202, 203

Same as above

Western Civilizations

I & II

51

53

55

HST101

HST101, 102

HST101, 102, 103

Trigonometry 50MTH112
Statistics 50MTH243

Veterans - Lane Community College grants some credit for Military Educational Experience upon review of the recommendations made by the American Council on Education and as the information applies to LANE's curriculum. Veterans who do not have an AARTS, SMART, ACE Report but do have a DD214 may in some cases use the information for Physical Education credit. The DD214 will be transcribed by an evaluator and used as Credit by Assessment. DANTES scores or a DD295 may be considered by Professional/Technical Programs on an individual basis using Credit by Assessment. Other items considered are the Defense Language Institute and the Community College of the Air Force; official transcripts or reports are required.

LANE in general does consider course work at a 300 level and above as equivalent to our 100-200 courses unless the course work is approved by the sponsoring department. Students should keep in mind that some 300-400 level courses used to meet a degree requirement at LANE may not be considered for use by a four-year college once they transfer. The use or not of these courses is up to the college you will be transferring to. Many schools consider the second use of these courses as "double dipping." In other words, if a course or courses were used to meet a two-year degree, such as the AAOT, whereby placing you at a junior standing at a four-year school, the school may not allow you to use the course a second time to meet a graduate requirement.

NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure its accuracy, this catalog is not an irrevocable contract. Lane Community College reserves the right to change provisions or requirements, and students are advised to study the quarterly class schedules and to work closely with a counselor or academic advisor.