The information presented is an unofficial guide to how courses may transfer. Other factors to consider are grades received in the courses, the year in which the course was taken, and the major pursued after transfer. In all instances, final decisions about acceptance of course credit will be made by Walters State Community College.
If you take these courses:
Calculus AB is designed to be taught over a full high school academic year. It is possible to spend some time on elementary functions and still cover the Calculus AB curriculum within a year. However, if students are to be adequately prepared for the Calculus AB examination, most of the year must be devoted to topics in differential and integral calculus. These topics are the focus of the AP Exam.
You may receive up to 3.00 credits for:
<br> Calculus I - A standard first-semester course in single variable calculus and analytic geometry especially for students of science, engineering, mathematics, secondary mathematics education, and scientific computer science. Differential and integral calculus with applications. Prerequisite(s): Two years of algebra and half a year of trigonometry in high school and ACT math score of 26; or MATH 1710 and MATH 1720 or permission of the Dean of Mathematics <b> F, S, Su </b><br>
Phone: (423) 585-2600
Walters State Community College is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Commission on Colleges
You need a minimum grade of 4 to transfer these courses from AP - Advanced Placement to Walters State Community College.
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