Credit by Examination and Placement Procedures

In accordance with North Dakota University System Policy 402.1.2, and North Dakota University System Procedure 402.1.2, students are placed into Mathematics and English courses based on qualifying exam scores. The intent is to appropriately place students into courses that are both challenging and for which they are adequately prepared.

Specific details about placement guidelines and procedures are available in the links below.

English Placement Procedures

Math Placement Procedures

Students may demonstrate evidence of college-level achievement through the use of nationally standardized tests. Competency to write these examinations may have been gained through intensive preparation in high school, extensive reading in a particular field, or other types of formal or informal preparation. A student may not repeat by proficiency testing a course that has been previously taken or failed at NDSU or another accredited institution. Score reports must be sent directly to NDSU from the awarding agency/board. High school transcripts and student-issued grade reports are not considered official for purposes of awarding credit by examination. Credit by examination is not considered NDSU residential credit.

In accordance with North Dakota University System Policy 402.1.2 and Procedure 402.1.2, the following criteria are used to determine placement of students who have been offered admission to NDSU into entry-level English courses.

  • All students, whether from the United States, Canada or abroad, have the option to take the COMPASS English exam to determine placement or to attempt to place into a higher level English course.

English Placement for U.S. Students, Canadian Students, and U.S. Permanent Residents

  • All students are required to successfully earn credit for ENGL 110 and 120 or equivalent as part of the NDSU general education requirements.
  • Students who have not taken the ACT or SAT are eligible to enroll in a developmental English course, ASC 087, prior to enrolling in ENGL 110 with 100. ASC 087 will be delivered by North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) on the NDSU campus. Students must register through the collaborative student registration process. Course textbooks for ASC 087 may be purchased through the NDSU bookstore.
  • For students who have multiple exam scores, the highest placement may be used.
  • Students who are required to begin in ASC 087 must successfully complete the course with a grade of 'S' (satisfactory) before they may enroll in ENGL 110 with 100, or equivalent.
  • Students with an ACT sub-test score of 18 or higher (or SAT of 430 or higher) are advised to enroll in ENGL 120. Upon completion of ENGL 120 with a 'C' grade or higher, students will be awarded placement credit (3) for ENGL 110.
  • Students with a MELAB score should contact the IELP coordinator for information on English placement.

The table below lists exam scores and corresponding course placement:

Table #1

English Placement for International Students

  • All students are required to successfully earn credit for ENGL 112 and 122 (or 110 and 120 for native English speakers) or equivalent as part of the NDSU general education requirements.
  • Students who are required to begin in LANG 109 must successfully complete the course with a 'C' grade or higher before they may enroll in ENGL 112 with 100, or equivalent.
  • For students who have multiple exam scores, the highest placement may be used.
  • Students with qualifying exam scores are advised to enroll in ENGL 122. Upon completion of ENGL 122 with a 'C' grade or higher, students will be awarded placement credit (3) for ENGL 112.

The table below lists ACT and SAT exam scores and corresponding course Placement:

Table #2

The table below lists placement exams for International students and corresponding course placement:

Table #3

NDSU Math Placement Procedures

In accordance with North Dakota University System Policy 402.1.2 and Procedure 402.1.2, ACT or SAT Mathematics sub-test scores, as well as COMPASS Mathematics scores and the NDSU Math Placement Test are used to determine placement of students into entry-level Mathematics courses. The following guidelines apply to Math placement practices:

  • For students who have scores from multiple tests, the highest placement may be used.
  • Current, incoming or returning NDSU students who do not have prior college-level mathematics OR a Math ACT sub-test score (or SAT score) must take the COMPASS test to determine course placement.
  • Students from countries other than the United States and Canada who do not have prior college-level mathematics OR a Math ACT sub-test score (or SAT score) must take the COMPASS test OR the NDSU Math Placement Test to determine course placement.
  • Students with a Math ACT sub-test score of at least 21 (or SAT 990) may elect to take the NDSU Math Placement Test to attempt to place into a course above MATH 103/104.
  • Students with a Math ACT sub-test score of 20 or lower may elect to take the COMPASS test to attempt to place into a course above MATH 98.

Exam scores and corresponding course placement possibilities are listed in the table below:

Table #1 (see the footnote for the MATH 144 directly following)

*MATH 144, "Mathematics for Business", is only available for College of Business majors.

Options for Students Who Placed into MATH 98:

Students who believe that their mathematical abilities exceed their placement into developmental MATH 98 may take the COMPASS test to demonstrate their ability. If a student does not have an ACT (or SAT) or prior college credit, they must either enroll in MATH 98 or take the COMPASS test for placement testing into a higher level mathematics course (students from countries other than the United States and Canada may also take the NDSU Math Placement Test). Students who begin in MATH 98 must successfully complete the course with a 'C' grade or higher before they may continue to MATH 103 or 104.

NDSU Math Placement Test Option:

Students with a Math ACT sub-test score of at least 21 (or SAT 990) or students from countries other than the United States and Canada may take the NDSU Math Placement Test to determine if they are eligible for higher level placement. Students should consult the curriculum guide for their intended major(s) to determine the level of math courses required for that program. The table below lists possible NDSU Math Placement Test scores and corresponding course placement.

Table #2 (again, see footnote for the MATH 144 directly following)

*MATH 144, "Mathematics for Business", is only available for College of Business majors.

Students with College Transfer Coursework or Credit by Examination Placement

Students with prior college coursework, Advance Placement (AP) or other credit-by-examination (CLEP, IB, DSST) will follow NDSU's Credit by Examination guidelines for placement into mathematics and English coursework.

Sequence of NDSU math courses as a reference or guide:

Table #3

Advanced Placement Examination (AP)

Students from high schools that participate in the Advanced Placement Program may earn credit through examinations provided by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB). The examinations are administered at the conclusion of a college-level course taught in participating high schools. AP Score Reports are sent to the colleges or universities designated on your exam answer sheet. Students who do not designate NDSU on their answer sheet may contact AP Services (see below) to have scores sent to NDSU. The code for NDSU is 6474.

In accordance with North Dakota University System policy, a minimum score of three is required to receive credit for Advanced Placement (AP) examinations. If NDSU does not have an equivalent course, free elective credit may be awarded. Credit earned through AP is not residence credit and may not be used to satisfy residence-credit requirements for graduation.  A listing of AP exams and current NDSU equivalent courses are listed below.

Examination Score Equivalent NDSU Course Credit Hours Gen Ed Category
Art-History 3ART 210 & ART 2116A & A
Biology 3BIOL 111 & BIOL 111L4S/L & S/L
Biology 4-5BIOL 150, BIOL 150L, BIOL 151, & BIOL 151L8S/L, S/L, S/L, & S/L
Calculus AB3MATH 1654R
Calculus BC3MATH 165 & MATH 1668R & R
Chemistry 3Free Elective (CHEM 1XX)*4S/L
Chemistry 4-5CHEM 121, CHEM 121L, CHEM 122, & CHEM 122L8S/L, S/L, S/L, & S/L
Chinese Language & Culture3Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Comparative Government & Politics 3POLS 2253
Computer Science A3CSCI 1604S
Computer Science AB3CSCI 160 & CSCI 1618S & S
English Language & Composition3ENGL 110 (or ENGL 112) 3C
English Literature & Composition 3ENGL 2203 A & A
English Literature & Composition4-5ENGL 110 & ENGL 2206A & A
Environmental Science3BIOL 124 & BIOL 124L4S/G & S/L
European History 3HIST 101 & HIST 1026A & A
French Language 3FREN 101 & FREN 1028A/G & A/G
German Language 3GERM 101 & GERM 1028A/G & A/G
Human Geography 3GEOG 1513B/G
Italian Language & Culture3Free Elective (TRSNFR 1XX)*3
Japanese Language & Culture3Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Latin3Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Latin Literature3CLAS 101 & CLAS 1028A & A
Macroeconomics 3ECON 2023B/G
Microeconomics 3ECON 2013 B/G
Music Theory 3Free Elective (MUSC 1XX)*6A
Physics B3Free Elective (PHYS 1XX)*8S/L
Physics C - Electricity & Magnetism3PHYS 252 & PHYS 252L4S/L & S/L
Physics C - Mechanics 3PHYS 251 & PHYS 251L4S/L & S/L
Psychology 3PSYC 1113B
Spanish Language3SPAN 101 & SPAN 1028A/G & A/G
Spanish Literature & Culture3Free Elective (SPAN 1XX)*3
Statistics3Free Elective (STAT 1XX)*3R
Studio Art-2D Design Portfolio3ART 1223A
Studio Art-3D Design Portfolio3ART 1243A
Studio Art-Drawing Portfolio3ART 130 & ART 2306A & A
U.S. Government & Politics 3POLS 1153B
U.S. History 3HIST 103 & HIST 1046 A & A
World History 3Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*6A
*

 Credit received applies toward degree elective credit

General Education Categories: 

AHumanities & Fine Arts
BSocial & Behavioral Science
CCommunication
DCultural Diversity
FFirst Year Experience
GGlobal Perspectives
LLaboratory Experience
R Quantitative Reasoning
SScience & Technology
WWellness

See General Education Requirements for more information on core NDSU courses.  

For general information or to order AP score reports contact:

Phone: (609) 771-7300 or (888) 225-5427 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada)
Automated score report request line: (888) 308-0013 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada)
Email: apexams@info.collegeboard.org
Web site: www.collegeboard.org

Questions? Contact the NDSU Office of Registration and Records at 701-231-7981

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

CLEP is a national testing program sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB).

According to North Dakota University System policy, a minimum score of 50 is required to receive credit for CLEP subject examinations. If NDSU does not have an equivalent course, free elective credit may be awarded.

The following CLEP policies apply at NDSU

  1. The examination should be taken prior to enrollment in the equivalent or more advanced college-level course.
  2. Scores from an examination may not be used to establish credit for a course previously taken and failed or for a course in which the student is currently enrolled.
  3. Three months must elapse before an examination may be repeated.
  4. Credit earned through CLEP is not residence credit and may not be used to satisfy residence-credit requirements for graduation.

CLEP Registration and Fees

NDSU is a national testing center for students wishing to take CLEP examinations. CLEP examinations are computerized and administered as needed. To register for a CLEP examination, contact the NDSU Counseling Center, 212 Ceres Hall, 231-7671. The current fee for each of the Subject Examinations is $105. A listing of CLEP exams and current NDSU equivalent courses are listed below.

Examination Score Equivalent NDSU Course Credit Hours Gen Ed Category
American Government50POLS 1153B
American Literature50ENGL 317 & ENGL 3186A & A
Analyzing & Interpreting Literature50ENGL 271 & Free Elective (ENGL 1XX)*6
Biology50BIOL 150 & BIOL 150L4S/L & S/L
Calculus50MATH 1464R
Chemistry 50CHEM 121 & CHEM 121L4S/L & S/L
College Algebra50MATH 1033 R
College Composition50ENGL 1103C
College Composition Modular50ENGL 1103C
College Mathematics50Free Elective (MATH 1XX)*3
English Literature 50ENGL 315 & ENGL 3166A & A
Financial Accounting50ACCT 2003
French Language Level I50FREN 1014A/G
French Language Level II59FREN 101 & FREN 1028A/G & A/G
German Language Level I50GERM 1014A/G
German Language Level II60GERM 101 & GERM 1028A/G & A/G
Human Growth & Development50PSYC 2503B
Humanities50Free Elective (HUM 1XX)*3
Information Systems & Computer Applications50Free Elective (CSCI 1XX)*2S
Introduction to Educational Psychology50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3B
Introduction to Business Law50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Introduction to Psychology50PSYC 1113B
Introduction to Sociology50SOC 1103B
Natural Sciences 50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Pre-Calculus50MATH 1073R
Principles of Macroeconomics50ECON 2023B/G
Principles of Managenment50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Principles of Marketing50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Principles of Microeconomics50ECON 2013B/G
Social Sciences & History50Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Spanish Language Level I50SPAN 1014A/G
Spanish Language Level II63SPAN 101 & SPAN 1028A/G & A/G
U.S. History I: Colonization to 187750HIST 1033A
U.S. History II: 1865 to Present50HIST 1043A
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 50HIST 1013A
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present 50HIST 1023A
*

Credit received applies toward degree elective credit

General Education Categories: 

AHumanities & Fine Arts
BSocial & Behavioral Science
CCommunication
DCultural Diversity
FFirst Year Experience
GGlobal Perspectives
LLaboratory Experience
R Quantitative Reasoning
SScience & Technology
WWellness

See General Education Requirements for more information on core NDSU courses.  

For general information, additional test center locations, or to order transcripts contact:

Phone: (800) 257-9558
Email: clep@collegeboard.org
Web site: www.collegeboard.org

*Please contact the NDSU Office Registration and Records at 701-231-7981 for more information on credit awarded for these tests.

DSST Examinations

NDSU recognizes the DSST (Dantes) examination, which was originally designed for the military as a way to provide individuals an opportunity to obtain college level credit for what they have learned in nontraditional ways. Now available for civilian use, the DSST Test Control Officer (TCO) administers the exams on more than 560 military installations and official DSST test centers. The main users of the exams include adult education programs, U.S. Department of Defense, and two- and four-year colleges and universities.

In accordance with North Dakota University System policy, students must receive a minimum score on the examinations to qualify for possible awarding of credit and advanced placement, which is determined by the appropriate academic department on campus. If NDSU does not have an equivalent course, free elective credit may be awarded. Credit earned through DSST may not be used to satisfy residence-credit requirements for graduation. A listing of DSST exams and current NDSU equivalent courses are listed below.

Examination Score Equivalent NDSU Course Credit Hours Gen Ed Category
A History of the Vietnam War44Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3.00
Art of the Western World48ART 1113A
Astronomy48PHYS 1103S
Business Law44Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Business Mathematics400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Civil War & Reconstruction47Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
Contemporary Western Europe45HIST 1023A
Criminal Justice400CJ 2013
Environment & Humanities46Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Ethics in America400PHIL 2103
Foundations of Education46Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Fundamentals of College Algebra400MATH 1033
Fundamentals of Counseling45Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
General Anthropology 47ANTH 1113B/D
Here's to Your Health400HNES 2173W
Human Resource Mangement46Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Human/Cultural Geography 47GEOG 1513B/G
Intro to the Modern Middle East47Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Intro to Business400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Intro to Computing400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Intro to Law Enforcement45Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Lifespan Development Psychology46PSYC 2503B
Management Information Systems400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Money & Banking48Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Organizational Behavior48Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Personal Finance400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Physical Geology46GEOL 1053S/G
Principles of Finance400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Principles of Financial Accounting49ACCT 2003
Principles of Statistics 48/400Free Elective (STAT 1XX)*3
Principles of Supervison400Free Elective (TRNSFR 1XX)*3
Rise and Fall of Soviet Union45Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
Substance Abuse400PSYC 2123B
*

 Credit received applies toward degree elective credit

General Education Categories: 

AHumanities & Fine Arts
BSocial & Behavioral Science
CCommunication
DCultural Diversity
FFirst Year Experience
GGlobal Perspectives
LLaboratory Experience
R Quantitative Reasoning
SScience & Technology
WWellness

See General Education Requirements for more information on core NDSU courses.  

Additional Information:
For more information on DSST exams and to locate a test center, go to www.getcollegecredit.com

International Baccalaureate (IB)

NDSU recognizes the International Baccalaureate program, offered at many high schools in the United States and abroad, which allows students to take examinations for credit. The examinations are offered at the standard (SL) and higher (HL) levels. However, according to state policy, NDSU will only grant credit for applicable HL examinations.

In accordance with North Dakota University System policy, students must receive a predetermined minimum score on higher-level (HL) examinations to qualify for possible awarding of credit and advanced placement, which is determined by the appropriate academic department on campus. Credit earned through IB may not be used to satisfy residence-credit requirements for graduation. Scores received in IB examinations not included in the table below may be considered for credits. Contact the Office of Registration and Records for information. 

Examination Score Equivalent NDSU Course Credit Hours Gen Ed Category
HL Biology4BIOL 150, BIOL 150L, BIOL 151, BIOL 151L8S/L, S/L, S/L, S/L
HL Chemistry 4CHEM 121, CHEM 121L, CHEM 122, CHEM 122L8S/L, S/L, S/L, S/L
HL English 4ENGL 2203A
HL French B5FREN 101, FREN 102, FREN 20111A/G, A/G, A/D
HL Geography4GEOG 1613G
HL Gernman B5GERM 101, GERM 102, GERM 20111A/G, A/G, A/D
HL History (Africa)4Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
HL History (Americas)4HIST 103, HIST 1046A, A
HL History (Asia)4Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
HL History (Europe)4HIST 1023A
HL History (Islamic)4Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
HL History (Middle East)4Free Elective (HIST 1XX)*3
HL Literature & Performance4COMM 3123
HL Mathematics 4MATH 103, MATH 1056
HL Physics 5Free Elective (PHYS 1XX)*4
HL Psychology 4PSYC 1113B
HL Spanish B5SPAN 101, SPAN 102, SPAN 20111A/G, A/G, A/D
*

 Credit received applies toward degree elective credit

General Education Categories: 

AHumanities & Fine Arts
BSocial & Behavioral Science
CCommunication
DCultural Diversity
FFirst Year Experience
GGlobal Perspectives
LLaboratory Experience
R Quantitative Reasoning
SScience & Technology
WWellness

See General Education Requirements for more information on core NDSU courses.  

To order official transcripts, please contact:

Web site: www.ibo.org/iba/transcripts
Phone: (301) 202-3025
Email: ibid@ibo.org

Course Challenge

A student who is currently registered may seek credit by challenging a course. A course challenge usually consists of a special comprehensive examination; however, additional types of performance may be required for some courses. A course challenge is only permitted for courses in which the student has no previous record (prior registrations allowable if course was dropped by the No Record Drop deadline in a given term). Further, credits earned by course challenge may not satisfy requirements toward a graduate degree.

Procedures for pursuing a course challenge include the following

  1. Obtain a Petition for Course Challenge Form, available online.
  2. Obtain approval from the academic adviser, the instructor of the course, and the chair of the department offering the course. Clarify expectations of the challenge, e.g., examination only or examination plus other performance. Based on the nature of the course and content area, some courses may not be approved for challenge by the department.
  3. Pay the course challenge fee at the Customer Account Services, 302 Ceres Hall, after receiving approval for the challenge (50% of the regular credit tuition charge; not subject to tuition cap).
  4. Arrange a mutually convenient date and time for the challenge with the instructor or department.
  5. Upon receipt of the signed Petition for Course Challenge form from the department, courses and credits successfully challenged are listed on the student's academic transcript with a passing grade. Unsuccessful challenges are not recorded.

Project Lead The Way is a United States 501 non-profit organization that develops STEM curricula for use by elementary, middle, and high schools. NDSU is developing and evaluating PLTW coursework.  For additional information, contact Holly Erickson, STEM Outreach Coordinator at (701) 231-7697 or holly.erickson@ndsu.edu.

North Dakota State University and Project Lead the Way have partnered to offer a strong support system for STEM education and reward the great work being accomplished by PLTW schools, students, and teachers.

PLTW is a hands-on, activities-project-problem-based curriculum aligned with relevant national standards. It is collaboratively developed and updated by subject matter experts – including teachers, university educators, engineering and biomedical professionals, and school administrators.  PLTW’s programs emphasize critical thinking, creativity, innovation and real-world problem solving. The hands-on learning engages students on multiple levels, exposes them to areas of study that they may not otherwise pursue, and provides them with a foundation and proven path to post-secondary training and career success in STEM-related fields. 

As an affiliate university for PLTW, we train teachers how to teach this curriculum, follow up in their classrooms to ensure students are making gains, and provide high school students with NDSU college credit. NDSU allows PLTW students attending PLTW certified schools to receive course credit by exam.

PLTW's assessment experts apply industry best practices and methods to design, test, and implement End of Course (EoC) assessments for our network of schools.  They report valid and reliable scores on overall student performance within the course.  The End of Course assessment gives students an objective evaluation of their achievement, and stakeholders data to make informed decisions.

End of Course assessments are available for all of the PLTW Engineering courses except the capstone course, Engineering Design and Development (EDD.) 

The capstone course, EDD, uses a portfolio assessment hosted through the Innovation Portal.   Students are able to document and show their learning in an online portfolio and have their work evaluated using the research-based Engineering Design Project Portfolio Scoring Rubric (EDPPSR.)

Eligibility:

Secondary school students successfully completing Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses may apply for transcripted college credit from North Dakota State University. The student will receive 3 semester credits per course, subject to the following conditions:

  • The high school must be certified by PLTW
  • All requirements for the PLTW course must be satisfied, and the student must achieve an average of 85% or better for the course
  • The PLTW End of Course Assessment must be taken and passed with a stanine* score of 6.
  • Correct payment amount and completed application must be post marked by the deadline (see below). Any application post marked after the deadline will not be processed and will be returned. (Please see website for payment for more information.)
  • *This assessment (Administered by PLTW) is based on a norm-reference stanine scores which ranges from one (1) to nine (9) with one (1) being the lowest possible score and nine (9) being the highest possible score.

NDSU will accept transcripted credit for PLTW courses from other affiliate universities with equivalent credit requirements. Up to 6 credits may be used as general electives towards a degree at the NDSU. Possible substitution of PLTW credits for meeting specific programmatic requirements at the University is at the discretion of the individual academic programs. Currently, at NDSU, PLTW courses do not have specific program equivalents.

The PLTW courses for which NDSU credit may be received are the following:

  • ENGR: 120 PLTW IED: Introduction to Engineering Design 
  • ENGR: 121 PLTW POE: Principles of Engineering 
  • ENGR: 122 PLTW DE: Digital Electronics
  • ENGR: 123 PLTW CEA: Overview of Civil Engineering and Architecture 
  • ENGR: 124 PLTW ES: Biotechnical Engineering or Environmental Engineering
  • ENGR: 125 PLTW CIM: Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • ENGR: 126 PLTW AE: Aerospace Engineering
  • ENGR: 127 PLTW EDD: Engineering Design and Development
  • ENGR: 128 PLTW CSE: Computer Science and Software Engineering

Once approved students see a Pass (P) appear on the NDSU transcript.

FAQ’s

PLTW Transfer Credit

NDSU will accept credit from other universities with similar credit requirements.  NDSU PTLW Credit requirements are as follows:

The school must be certified by PLTW

All requirements for the PLTW course must be satisfied, and the student must achieve an average of 85% or better for the course

The college credit exam must be taken and passed with a stanine score of 6.

NDSU will accept transcripted credit for PLTW courses from other affiliate universities with equivalent credit requirements. Up to 6 credits may be used as general electives towards a degree at the NDSU. Possible substitution of PLTW credits for meeting specific programmatic requirements at the University is at the discretion of the individual academic programs. Currently, at NDSU, PLTW courses do not have specific program equivalents.

The PLTW courses for which NDSU credit may be received are the following:

ENGR: 120 PLTW IED: Introduction to Engineering Design 

ENGR: 121 PLTW POE: Principles of Engineering 

ENGR: 122 PLTW DE: Digital Electronics

ENGR: 123 PLTW CEA: Overview of Civil Engineering and Architecture 

ENGR: 124 PLTW ES: Biotechnical Engineering or Environmental Engineering

ENGR: 125 PLTW CIM: Computer Integrated Manufacturing

ENGR: 126 PLTW AE: Aerospace Engineering

ENGR: 127 PLTW EDD: Engineering Design and Development

ENGR: 128 PLTW CSE: Computer Science and Software Engineering