College-level Examination Program

The College-level Examination Program is administered through the College Board to provide documentation of college-level achievement that may qualify a student for advanced standing. CLEP credit is awarded if certain requirements are met. Credit awarded by another college or university for CLEP is not transferable without proper documentation. Official CLEP scores from the College Board must be submitted to the office of admission. A maximum of 45 quarter hours of CLEP credit may be awarded. Transfer credit from all sources (including CLEP) may not exceed 90 quarter hours.

CLEP credit

Course subject

Minimum grade

Credit awarded

Composition and literature
American Literature 50 ENGL elective
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 50 ENGL elective
College Composition Modular 50 ENGL 123 and ENGL elective
College Composition 50 ENGL 123 and ENGL elective
English Literature 50 ENGL elective
Humanities 50 General education elective or free elective
Foreign languages
French Language I 50 FREN 101 French I
French Language II 59 FREN 101 French I and FREN 202 French II
German Language Level I 50 General education or free elective
German Language Level II 60 General education or free elective
Spanish Language Level I 50 SPAN 101 Spanish I
Spanish Language Level II 63 SPAN 101 Spanish I and SPAN 202 Spanish II
Social sciences and history
American Government 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Human Growth and Development 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Introduction to Educational Psychology 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Principles of Macroeconomics 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Principles of Microeconomics 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Introductory Psychology 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Introductory Sociology 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
Social Sciences and History 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education or free elective
U.S. History I 50 General education elective or free elective
U.S. History II 50 General education elective or free elective
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 50 General education elective or free elective
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present 50 General education elective or free elective
Science and mathematics
Biology 50 General education or free elective
Calculus 50 MATH 201 Applied Mathematics or natural sciences/mathematics requirement
Chemistry 50 General education or free elective
College Algebra 50 MATH 101 Intermediate Mathematics or natural sciences/mathematics requirement
College Mathematics 50 MATH 100 College Mathematics
Natural Sciences 50 General education or free elective
Precalculus 50 MATH 201 Applied Mathematics or natural sciences/mathematics requirement
Business
Information Systems and Computer Applications 50 General education elective or free elective
Principles of Management 50 General education elective or free elective
Principles of Accounting 50 General education elective or free elective
Introductory Business Law 50 Social/behavioral science requirement or general education elective or free elective.
Principles of Marketing 50 BUSI 265 Principles of Marketing or general education elective or free elective

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