How do we complete the AP Course Audit for a multiyear course, and can we call each year of the course “AP”?

Colleges and universities typically expect that the AP course is taught across no more than one academic year. If you cannot attest to inclusion of all of the AP Course Audit curricular requirements within one academic year when you initial the AP Course Audit form, you will need to submit a syllabus that includes both years’ study. This syllabus will need to demonstrate that both years of study are at the college level and that all AP Course Audit curricular requirements are fulfilled across the sequence of courses. Authorization will be granted on a case-by-case basis. If approved, only the year of the course culminating in the AP Exam can carry the “AP” label on student transcripts.