NYIT rewards the hard work you’ve done throughout high school and recognizes learning accomplished through College Board’s Advanced Placement Exams (AP) and offers placement credit (PC) toward undergraduate majors. To receive credit, the following conditions apply:
View NYIT”s Advanced Placement equivalencies (pdf).
In order to have your exams evaluated you must contact The College Board to have your official AP transcript sent to NYIT.
*NYIT’s BS/DO program is not eligible for AP credit
NYIT recognizes advanced learning accomplished through the IB Diploma Program and awards placement credit (PC) toward undergraduate majors for:
Contact the International Baccalaureate Organization to order your transcript to be sent to NYIT.
*NYIT’s BS/DO program is not eligible for IB credit
At NYIT, college coursework completed during high school is eligible for consideration of transfer credit so that you can get even further ahead than you are. If you took college courses on a college campus or in your high school under a sponsoring college, check out our standard transfer credit criteria and see if those classes fall under our guidelines.
If so, go ahead and put in a request for the official transcript of the course(s) to be sent to the NYIT Office of Admissions from the associated college. Make sure that the transcript reflects the course, credit, and grade earned so that the class can be accurately considered for transfer credit.
All official exam reports and official transcripts should be sent to:
NYIT Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 8000
Old Westbury, NY 11568
If you have further questions, contact the Transfer Evaluations team email@example.com.
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