College Credit

AP Credit: 
AP Biology and AP Chemistry usually qualify for college credit if students score a 3 or higher on the AP standardized exams.

The four PLTW courses may qualify for college credit. Specific courses and requirements may vary by university and are subject to change. Students should check with prospective schools to verify requirements. 

PLTW College Credit is obtained through

Missouri University Science and Technology

Credit for any of the courses require an A or B grade and a stanine score of 6 or higher on the end of year exam. These credits may then transfer to other colleges/universities.


Local Universities Accepting Transfer Credit include, but are not limited to

University of Louisville
Principles of Biomedical Science: meets BIOLOGY 260 Human Anatomy, and Physiology I
Human Body Systems: meets BIOLOGY 261 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Medical Interventions: meets UNIV 100X General University Elective
Biomedical Innovation: meets UNIV 100X General University Elective



University of Kentucky

Principles of Biomedical Science: meets ANA 109 Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing
Human Body Systems: meets ANA 110 Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing
Medical Interventions: meets BIO 180 Special Topics in Biology Introductory Level
Biomedical Innovation: meets BIO 180 Special Topics in Biology Introductory Level

*Each of these courses will count toward a student's UK Core, which is the general-education program. If students bring in credit for any one of these courses, they will complete the Natural, Physical and Mathematical Sciences requirement of the UK Core. Depending on the major of study, one or all courses may count.

Western Kentucky University
Currently, all four courses would transfer and qualify as general electives.

Asbury University
Liberty University