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Advance Placement

Course Credit Opportunites

The Advanced Placement test is one way to earn college credit by examination. These tests are given by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) in May, in high schools offering advanced placement courses.

If you have completed any of the following CEEB Advanced Placement tests and would like to receive credit at Manhattan Christian College, you should have the Educational Testing Service (ETS) forward an official report of your scores to the Office of Admissions at MCC. To order reports, you must provide ETS with the year the Advanced Placement Exam was taken, subject of the exam, your birthdate or Social Security number. An $8 fee is assessed by ETS for official copies of exam reports. Requests should be sent to:

Advanced Placement Program
P.O. Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671

Phone: 1-609-771-7300

Scores of 5, 4, or 3 are granted credit as indicated below. No credit is given for scores of 2 or 1.

Placement Test / MCC Credit granted Hours Grade
Biology / Science Credit 4 Cr
Calculus / Math Credit 4 Cr
Chemistry / Science Credit 4 Cr
Computer Science / Computer Science credit 3 Cr
Macroeconomics / Social Science credit 3 Cr
Microeconomics / Social Science credit 3 Cr
COM 111 - Written Composition I 3 CR*
COM 112 - Written Composition II 3 CR*
French / German / Spanish - Language / Humanities credit 3 Cr
French / German / Spanish - Literature / Humanities credit 3 Cr
Government and Politics - Comparative or U.S. / Social Science credit 3 Cr
History - European or U.S. / Social Science credit 3 Cr
Physics / Science credit 3 Cr
Psychology / PSY 111 - General Psychology 3 Cr
*Earned only after additional MCC testing.

For additional information about advance placement credit, please contact the Admissions office toll free at 1-877-2GO-4MCC or by email at

College Credit While in High School

If you are taking classes in high school that are also college level course work (i.e. will appear on a transcript from a college) you may transfer those courses to MCC. You must have a grade of "C" or better for those classes to transfer. This does not change your status as a "first-time freshman" for financial aid purposes or MCC student policies. If you have questions about transferring specific classes or other related questions, don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-2GO-4MCC or