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What's the full list of AP classes?

Hi there! I'm trying to plan out my next year's classes and would like to add more AP classes to my course list. Is there a comprehensive list of AP classes offered by college board? Thanks in advance for any help!

19 days ago

Sure, the College Board offers a wide variety of Advanced Placement (AP) courses across different disciplines. As of now, there are 38 AP courses that high schools can choose to offer. Here's a complete list:

Science & Math:

1. AP Calculus AB

2. AP Calculus BC

3. AP Computer Science A

4. AP Computer Science Principles

5. AP Statistics

6. AP Biology

7. AP Chemistry

8. AP Environmental Science

9. AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based

10. AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

11. AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

12. AP Physics C: Mechanics

Social Sciences:

13. AP Human Geography

14. AP Macroeconomics

15. AP Microeconomics

16. AP Psychology

17. AP United States Government and Politics

18. AP U.S. History

19. AP World History: Modern

20. AP European History


21. AP French Language and Culture

22. AP German Language and Culture

23. AP Italian Language and Culture

24. AP Latin

25. AP Spanish Language and Culture

26. AP Spanish Literature and Culture

27. AP Chinese Language and Culture

28. AP Japanese Language and Culture

Arts and others:

29. AP 2-D Art and Design

30. AP 3-D Art and Design

31. AP Art History

32. AP Music Theory

33. AP Studio Art: Drawing

34. AP English Language and Composition

35. AP English Literature and Composition

36. AP Comparative Government and Politics

37. AP Seminar

38. AP Research

Remember, not every high school offers all of these courses, so I would recommend that you check with your guidance counselor to see which of these courses your school offers. Additionally, make sure you consider your interests and future plans when selecting your courses. As I usually suggest, while taking AP courses does demonstrate academic rigor, it's more important to focus on the depth of your understanding and mastery of a subject rather than simply racking up a large number of AP classes.

19 days ago

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