Transfer Evaluation

Doral College grants credit from institutionally accredited postsecondary institutions as well as exams taken through the Advanced Placement (AP) Program, the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Advanced International Certificate in Education (AICE), and International Baccalaureate (IB) program. Credit for passing scores on these exams will be granted in accordance with the tables below. Score reports must be submitted to Student Affairs for processing. Degree-seeking dual enrollment students should regularly send in updated transcripts and score reports to the help desk to ensure their records are updated in a timely fashion for the most accurate Individual Academic Plan (IAP). 

No more than 75 percent of the degree requirements will be accepted toward any program from any source or combination of sources, for a total of 45 credits toward the Associate in Arts degree, and 90 credits toward the Bachelor of Science degree. Transfer credit will be counted toward degree requirements, but will not be calculated in a student’s Doral College grade point average, and will appear on transcripts with a grade of “EC” for credit originating from an exam, or “TC” for credit originating from another postsecondary institution. 

To request transfer credit for courses taken at another institution, students must first submit transcripts to Student Affairs for evaluation and processing. For courses taken at schools outside of the Florida State Course Numbering System (SCNS), additional documentation, such as course descriptions and or syllabi may be requested to determine equivalency. 

Regardless of the source, no determination of transfer credit should be considered official until the appropriate paperwork has been submitted to the College and corresponding credit posted in the students’ record in the College’s Student Information System (SIS).

AP COURSE

FOR A SCORE OF 3

FOR A SCORE OF 4

FOR A SCORE OF 5

AP Art History

ARH XXXX

ARH 2050 and ARH 2051

ARH 2050 and ARH 2051

AP Music Theory COMPOSITE 3

MUL 1010

MUL 1010

MUL 1010

AP Music Theory  (if both aural and non aural subscores are 3+)

MUT 1111 & MUT 1112

MUT 1111 & MUT 1112

MUT 1111 & MUT 1112

AP Studio Art 2-D Design

ART 1201

ART 1201

ART 1201

AP Studio Art 3-D Design

ART 1202

ART 1202

ART 1202

AP Studio Art Drawing

ART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXX

ART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXX

ART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXX

AP Capstone Research

IDS XXXX

IDS XXXX

IDS XXXX

AP Capstone Seminar

IDS XXXX

IDS XXXX

IDS XXXX

AP English Language & Comp

ENC 1101

ENC 1101 & ENC 1102

ENC 1101 & ENC 1102

AP English Literature & Comp

ENC 1101 OR LIT XXXX

ENC 1101 & either ENC 1102 or LIT XXXX (6 CREDITS)

ENC 1101 & either ENC 1102 or LIT XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP Comparative Govt & Politics

POS XXXX

POS XXXX

POS XXXX

AP European History

EUH 1000

EUH 1000 & EUH 1001

EUH 1000 & EUH 1001

AP Human Geography

GEO 1400

GEO 1400

GEO 1400

AP Macroeconomics

ECO 2013

ECO 2013

ECO 2013

AP Microeconomics

ECO 2023

ECO 2023

ECO 2023

AP Psychology

PSY 2012

PSY 2012

PSY 2012

AP US Govt & Politics

POS 1041

POS 1041

POS 1041

AP United States History

AMH 2010

AMH 2010 &2020

AMH 2010 &2020

AP World History

WOH 1022

WOH 1022

WOH 1022

AP Calculus AB

MAC 2311

MAC 2311

MAC 2311

AP Calculus BC  (subscore is evaluated 

based upon Calculus AB exam)

MAC 2311

MAC 2311 & MAC 2312 (9 CREDITS)

MAC 2311 & MAC 2312 (9 CREDITS)

AP Computer Science A

CGS X076 (3 CREDITS)

CGS X076 (3 CREDITS)

CGS X076 (3 CREDITS)

AP Computer Science Principles

COP X000 (3 CREDITS)

COP X000 (3 CREDITS)

COP X000 (3 CREDITS)

AP Statistics

STA 2023

STA 2023

STA 2023

AP Biology

BSC 1005C

BSC 2010C

BSC 2010C AND BSC 2011C

AP Chemistry

CHM 1020C

CHM 1045C

CHM 1045C and CHM 1046C

AP Environmental Science

EVR 1001

EVR 1001

EVR 1001

AP Physics 1

PHY 2053C

PHY 2053C

PHY 2053C

AP Physics 2

PHY 2054C

PHY 2054C

PHY 2054C

AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism

PHY 2054C

PHY X049C (4 CREDITS)

PHY X049C (4 CREDITS)

AP Physics C: Mechanics

PHY 2053C

PHY X048C (4 CREDITS)

PHY X048C (4 CREDITS)

AP Chinese Language & Culture

CHI XXXX

CHI XXXX (6 CREDITS)

CHI XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP French Language & Culture

FRE XXXX 

FRE XXXX (6 CREDITS)

FRE XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP German Language & Culture

GER XXXX

GER XXXX (6 CREDITS)

GER XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP Italian Language & Culture

ITA XXXX

ITA XXXX (6 CREDITS)

ITA XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP Japanese Language & Culture

JPN XXXX

JPN XXXX (6 CREDITS)

JPN XXXX (6 CREDITS)

AP Latin

LNW XXXX

LNW XXXX

LNW XXXX

AP Spanish Language & Culture

SPN 2220

SPN 2220 & SPN 2221

SPN 2200 & SPN 2221

AP Spanish Literature & Culture

SPW XXXX

SPW XXXX (6 CREDITS)

SPW XXXX (6 CREDITS)

CLEP EXAM

SCORE NEEDED

DC COURSE NUMBER

CREDITS GIVEN

American Literature 

50

AML XXXX

3

Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

50

No direct equivalent. Recommend American or English Literature exams instead.

N/A

College Composition

50

ENC 1101 & ENC 1102

6

College Composition Modular  

50

ENC 1101 & ENC 1102 ONLY if supplemental essay option passed

6

English Literature

50

ENL X000

3

Humanities

50

HUM 1020

3

Biology

50

BSC 1005 (no lab)

3

Calculus 

50

MAC X233

3

Chemistry

50

CHM 1020 (no lab)

3

College Algebra

50

MAC 1105

3

College Mathematics

50

MGF 1106 OR 1107

3

Natural Sciences

50

No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.

N/A

Pre Calculus-Algebra

50

MAC 1140

3

French

50-58

Level 2 59+

FRE 1120

FRE 1120 & FRE 1121

4

8

German

50-59

Level 2 60+

GER X120

GER X120 & GER121

4

8

Spanish

50-62

Level 2 63+

SPN 1120

SPN 1120 & SPN 1121

4

8

American Government

50

POS 1041

3

Intro to Educational Psychology

50

EDP X002

3

US History I: Early to 1877

50

AMH 2010

3

US History II: 1865 to Present

50

AMH 2020

3

Human Growth  & Development

50

DEP 2004

3

Macroeconomics

50

ECO 2013

3

Microeconomics

50

ECO 2023

3

Intro to Psychology

50

PSY 2012

3

Social Sciences & History

50

No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.

N/A

Intro to Sociology

50

SYG 1000

3

Western Civilization I

50

EUH 1000

3

Western Civilization II

50

EUH 1001

3

Financial Accounting

50

ACG X001

3

Introductory to Business Law

50

BUL X241

3

Information System & Computer Applications

50

CGS X077

3

Principles of Management

50

MAN X021

3

Principles of Marketing 

50

MAR X011

3

Table is in development. For information, contact the Student Affairs help desk.

AICE EXAM

AS LEVEL

A LEVEL

Biology

BSC 1005C

BSC 2010C AND 2011C

Business

GEB 1011

GEB 1011 AND GEB XXXX

Classical Studies

CLA XXXX

N/A

English Language

ENC 1101

ENC 1101 AND (ENC 1102 OR LIT XXXX)

English Literature

ENC 1101 OR ENC 1102

ENC 1101 AND (ENC 1102 OR LIT XXXX)

European History

EUH 1000

EUH 1000 AND EUH 1001

General Paper

IDS XXXX

N/A

Geography

GEA XXXX

GEO 1400 AND GEA XXXX

Global Perspectives

ISS XXXX OR SOC XXXX

ISS XXXX (6 CREDITS)

International History

WOH XXXX

N/A

Marine Science

OCE XXXX

OCE XXXX AND OCB 1000

Math

MAC XXXX (4 credits)

MAC 2311 AND MAC 1114

Media Studies

DIG XXXX

DIG XXXX (6 credits)

Psychology

PSY 2012

PSY 2012 AND PSY 2014 OR PSY XXXX

Sociology

SYG 1000

SYG 1000

Thinking Skills

PHI XXXX

PHI XXXX (6 CREDITS)

Travel and Tourism

HFT XXXX

HFT XXXX (6 CREDITS)

US History

AMH XXXX

AMH 2020 AND AMH XXXX

Further Mathematics

N/A

MAC 2311 AND MAC 2312 (8 CREDITS)

Spanish Language

SPN 2220

SPN 2221

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