International Baccalaureate (IB) Credit
IB Credit Information
Students enrolled at the University of Utah who received a score of 5, 6, or 7 on International Baccalaureate (IB) exams could be awarded university credit.
Please submit an evaluation request to the Office of Admissions to have the credit added to your records.
If you have both AP and IB credit, the IB credit is awarded first, then any additional AP credit will be awarded. If IB credit has been awarded and duplicates AP credit, the AP credit will be reduced by the amount of credit awarded for an IB subject in a specific area.
You must be matriculated at the University of Utah to have IB credit recorded. IB scores and General Education waivers are evaluated according to the current policy at the time of the request. To see the most up to date IB credit articulation policy, please see the document below.
The University of Utah awards the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma and up to 30 credits per student when the appropriate paperwork is submitted to the Admissions Office.
In accordance with the state mandated common exam equivalencies, students with passing scores will first have credit awarded for any exams with equivalents. If you have earned an IB diploma but have fewer than 30 credits from the course equivalencies, the difference will be awarded as a block of university elective credit.