Undergraduate students may receive academic credit for their performance on a Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) course only by completing the exam connected to the course and not the course itself. Credit is awarded by associating a corresponding course in the UWF curriculum and awarding the number of credits assigned to that course. A student can complete either an AS or A levels of the courses. AS is considered "half" the content of the A level, so as a result the equivalencies for AS courses feature less credits earned. For more information on the course equivalencies being awarded for performance on the exam, consult the most recent Undergraduate Catalog.
The decision to award credit for a particular score is made by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in consultation with the academic department(s) involved.
Passing grades on an AICE exam (both AS and A levels) requires a score of A, B, C, D, or E.
AS Level Exam (3 credits received)
MUH 1001- 3 credits
A Level Exam (6 credits received)
MUH 1001 - 3 credits, MUH 1011 - 3 credits