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College Level Examination Program

CLEP provides a reliable and effective means for colleges and universities to grant credit, placement, and exemption by examination to traditional 18-to-22-year-old students, working students, recent high school graduates, and part time or non-traditional adult students.

Information about preparation materials is available online. Additional information can be found on the CLEP website, http://www.collegeboard.com/clep.

AreaTest NameSAU EquivalencyACE ScoreCredit
Accounting  Financial Accounting  Accounting 201 50 3
Biology General Biology Biology 101  50 4
Business  Introductory Business Law  Business 201  50 3
Principles of Management Management 210 50 3
Principles of Marketing Marketing 209 50 3
Computer Science Inform. Systems & Computer Appl Computer Science 120  50 3
Chemistry  General Chemistry  Chemistry 103 or 105 50 4
Economics  Principles of Macroeconomics Economics 201  50 3
Principles of Microeconomics Economics 202 50 3
Education  Human Growth & Development Education 284 50 3
English  College Composition English101 50 3
American Literature English 210, 211 50 6
Analyzing & Interpreting Literature  English 120 50 3
English Literature English 201, 202 50 6
French  French Language French 101-102, 201-2021
German  German Language German Studies 101-102, 201-2022
History  History of the United States I History 201 50 3
History of the United States II History 202 50 3
Western Civilization I   History 216 50 3
Western Civilization II History 217 50 3
Humanities  Humanities Humanities Gen Ed  50

3

Mathematics  College Mathematics  Math 131 50 3
Precalculus Math 171  50 3
Calculus  Math 191 50 4
Natural Science  Natural Sciences  Natural Science Gen Ed  50 4
Political Science  American Government Political Science 101  50 3
Psychology  Introductory Psychology Psychology 105 50 3
Social Science Social Sciences & History Social Science Gen Ed 50 3
Sociology Introductory Sociology Sociology 101  50 3
Spanish  Spanish Language Spanish 101-102, 201-2023

1 If total score is 50, credit is awarded for Level I (6 hrs. 101,102). If total score is 62 or better, credit is awarded for Level II (12 hrs. 101, 102, 201, 202).

2 If total score is 50, credit is awarded for Level I (6 hrs. 101,102). If total score is 63 or better, credit is awarded for Level II (12 hrs. 101, 102, 201, 202).

3 If total score is 50, credit is awarded for Level 1 (6 hrs. 101,102). If total score is 66 or better, credit is awarded for Level II (12 hrs. 101, 102, 201, 202).