The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is an Internationally recognized program through which secondary students complete a comprehensive curriculum of rigorous study and demonstrate performance on IB examinations. The examination for the diploma covers six subjects, three or four of which must be at the higher level and others at the subsidiary level. Students may present a full IB diploma or a certificate recognizing specific higher level or subsidiary level test scores.

  1. Students who complete an IB diploma with a score of 30 or higher shall be offered 12 quarter or 8 semester credits for each of three higher level examinations, plus 3 quarter or 2 semester credits for each of the subsidiary exams, for a total of 45 quarter or 30 semester credits.
  2. Credits shall be transcribed according to MnSCU Board Policy.

Resources:
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AASC 4/26/13