The University of Delaware awards test credit for select secondary and post-secondary examinations and education programs.
A program's eligibility for credit, qualifying scores, and UD equivalencies are routinely reviewed, and policies are revised accordingly. Individual subject areas are approved on a course by course basis. Students must submit the program's official certifying document (e.g., certificate, score report, transcript) to request consideration for credit. Refer below to each program for detailed information.
Credit is given for specific UD courses or designated as elective credit. Students are awarded credit according to the policy in effect for the academic year in which they enter UD.
Policy on Test and College Dual Credit:
It is our policy that a course may be awarded credit only once. Therefore, in cases where a course may be represented both on college transcripts and examination certificates, only one credential will earn credit. See specific policies under each program.
General information about our test and transfer policies is found here in the Undergraduate Programs section of the UD Academic Catalog.
Information by Specific Program
The national and international credentials recognized for credit are listed below. Click on the program name to access information on qualifying grades, required documentation and other details.
- Advanced Placement (AP)
- British GCE A-Levels (AS and A Levels)
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE)
- French Classe Preparatoire aux Grandes Écoles (CPGE)
- International Baccalaureate (IB)
- Tech Prep Delaware
For further information about transfer and test credit, contact the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.