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Advanced Placement at MNHS

Advanced Placement Program Overview - College Board

Advanced Placement Classes at MNHS

A. P. Calculus - AB - BC
A comprehensive study of the concepts taught in most college Calculus courses. Students will explore topics in a traditional fashion and with the assistance of technology.
Precalculus with a grade of 3 or better.

A. P. Computer Science
AB
A computer-programming course for students interested in a career in programming or information technology.
Prerequiste: Competion of contemporary programming languages

A. P. English Language

Replicates a typical first year college course in composition and literature. Emphasis is on analytical reading and writing.
Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing - Must have completed 6 semesters of core English classes.

A.P. English Literature
Replicates a typical first year college course in composition and literature. Emphasis is on analytical reading and writing.
Prerequisite: Senior standing - Must have completed 6 semesters of core English classes.

AP French

Equivalent of first year college French Language course. All four aspects of language learning are developed.
Prerequisite: Honors French IV

AP German Language
The class is an equivalent of a fourth semester college German course. Emphasis will be placed on using authentic materials to increase reading and listening skills as well as cultural literacy. Higher-level communication skills will be attained through a variety of oral and written activities and assignments.
Prerequisite: Honors German IV.
Students may also earn dual credit from UNO for this course.

A. P. Latin Literature
Completes the sequence by assessing translating and grammatical skills within the context of a typical college course.
Prerequisite: Latin III

A.P. Japanese Language and Culture
Is the equivalent of college third and fourth semester level classes. Emphasis is on communication as described by the National Standards.
Prerequisites: Japanese III or the equivalent.

A. P. Physics
Covers all the traditional topics in physics with emphasis on thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, light, optics, relativity, quantum and atomic physics.
Prerequisite: Physics and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in precalculus.

Prerequisite for all AP language classes is completion of Level 4 of the language.

AP Dual Credit Options for 2011-2012


Millard’s AP Calculus AB                                                    Mr. Higgins & Mrs. Milks   

Semester 1 & 2                        UNO Math 1950 – Calculus I                                                                 (5 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP Calculus BC                                                    Mr. Higgins

Semester 1                               UNO Math 1950 – Calculus I                                                                (5 credit hours)

Semester 2                               UNO Math 1960 – Calculus II                                                               (5 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP Statistics                                                          Mrs. Preble & Mr. White

Semester 1 & 2                        UNO CIST 2500 – Intro to Applied Statistics for IS&T                        (3 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP English Literature                                          Mrs. Bayne & Ms. Welsh      

Semester 1                               UNO English 1010 – Intro to Genre Studies: Prose                               (3 credit hours)

Semester 2                               UNO English 1020 – Intro to Genre Studies: Poetry, Drama & Film     (3 credit hours)

 

                                                               

                                                               

Millard’s AP Physics                                                             Mr. Mertz & Dr. Wilson

Semester 1                               UNO Physics 1110 – General Physics                                                  (4 credit hours)

Semester 2                               UNO Physics 1120 – General Physics                                                  (4 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP Biology                                                            Mr. Pearson

Semester 1                               UNO Biology 1450 – Biology I                                                            (5 credit hours)

Semester 2                               UNO Biology 1750 – Biology II                                                           (5 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP Psychology                                                      Mr. Pilkington

Semester 2-one semester         UNO Psychology 1010 – Intro Psychology                                           (3 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP Comparative Government                 Mr. Quint

Semester 2-one semester         UNO Political Science 2500 – Introduction to Comparative Politics      (3 credit hours)

 

 

 

Millard’s AP German                                                           Mrs. Stewart

Semester 1 & 2                        UNO German 2120 – Intermediate German II                                       (3 credit hours)

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