CLEP Examination Evaluations

General Examinations

CLEP Exam Min. IC Course Equivalent Credits
English Composition* 50 WRTG 18888 writing elective 6
Humanities 50 ENGL 18888 English elective 3
Mathematics 50 MATH 10200 Pre-Calculus 3
Natural Science 50 TRAN 18888 natural science elective 6
Social Science and History 50 HIST 28888 history elective 2

Subject Examinations

American Government 50 POLT 18888 politics elective 3
American History I 50 HIST 11100 U.S. History I 3
American History II 50 HIST 11200 U.S. History II 3
American Literature 50 ENGL 10500 Intro. to American Literature 3
Analysis/Interpretation of Literature* 50 ENGL 10700 Intro. to Literature 3
Calculus/Elementary Functions 50 MATH 11100 Calculus I 4
MATH 11200 Calculus II 4
College Algebra 50 MATH 18888 Math elective 2
College Algebra/Trigonometry 50 MATH 18888 Math elective 3
College French 50 FREN 10100 Elementary French I 3
College French 62 FREN 10100 Elementary French I 3
College German 50 GERM 10100 Elementary German I 3
College German 63 GERM 10100 Elementary German I 3
College Spanish 50 SPAN 10100 Elementary Spanish I 3
College Spanish 63 SPAN 10100 Elementary Spanish I 3
Educational Psychology 50 PSYC 21000 Educational Psychology 3
English Literature* 50 ENGL 10700 Introduction to Literature 3
Freshman College Composition* 50 WRTG 18888 writing elective 3
General Biology 50 BIOL 12100 Principles of Biology I 4
BIOL 12200 Principles of Biology II 4
General Chemistry 50 CHEM 18888 chemistry elective 3
Human Growth/Development 50 PSYC 28888 psychology elective 3
Information Systems and Computer Applications 50 COMP 11000 Introduction to Computers 3
Intro. to Business Law 50 GBUS 20300 Introduction to Law I 3
Intro. to Sociology 50 SOCI 10100 Introduction to Sociology 3
Principles of Accounting 50 ACCT 22500 Financial Accounting 3
Principles of Macroeconomics 50 ECON 12100 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Principles of Management 50 MGMT 22000 Principles of Management 3
Principles of Microeconomics 50 ECON 11000 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Psychology 50 PSYC 10300 General Psychology 3
Trigonometry 50 MATH 10200 Pre-Calculus 3
Western Civilization 50 HIST 10100 Foundations of Western Civilization 3
Western Civilization 50 HIST 10200 Modern Western Civilization 3

* Students may receive credit for only one of either English composition or freshman college composition and only one of either analysis/interpretation of literature or English literature.

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