College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

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Maximizing Your Undergraduate Experience with CLEP Courses

As an undergraduate student, you’re on a journey to expand your knowledge and skills while striving for academic success. One valuable resource that can help you make the most of your college experience is the College-Level Examination Program, or CLEP. This program offers a unique opportunity for students to earn college credit for what they already know, potentially saving time and money on their path to a degree.

What Are CLEP Courses?

CLEP courses are a series of standardized exams designed to assess your understanding of college-level material in various subject areas. These exams cover a wide range of subjects, from mathematics and science to literature and history. Successfully passing a CLEP exam demonstrates your proficiency in a specific subject and can lead to college credit.

Exam NameMinimum Score RequiredNumber of CreditEquivalent Course
Financial Accounting503ACCT-2310
Information Systems503CYBR-1330
Introductory Business Law503BUSN-2360
Principles of Management503MGMT-2310
Principles of Marketing503MRKT-2335
Composition and Literature
American Literature503ENGL-2330
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature503ENGL-130
College Composition503ENGL-1310
College Composition Modular503Elective Credit
English Literature503ENGL-2310
Humanities 503Elective Credit
History and Social Sciences
American Government503PLSC-2310
History of the United States I: Early Coloization to 1877503HIST-2310
History of the United States II: 1865 to Present503HIST-2320
Human Growth and Development503PSYC-2350
Introduction to Educational Psychology503EDUC-3340
Introductory Psychology503PSYC-2310
Introductory Sociology503SOCY-2310
Principles of Macroeconomics 503ECON-2310
Principles of Microeconomics 503ECON-2320
Social Sciences and History503Elective Credit
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648503HIST-1350
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present503HIST-1385
Science & Mathematics
College Algebra503MATH-1310
College Mathematics503Elective Credit
Natural Sciences503Elective Credit
World Langauges 
French Language Level I506FREN-1310 & FREN-1320
French Language Level II503Elective Credit
 609FREN-1310, FREN-1320, & FREN-2310
German Langauge Level I506GERM-1310 & GERM-1320
German Langauge Level II503Elective Credit
 609GERM-1310, GERM-1320, & GERM-2310
Spanish Language Level I506SPAN-1310 & SPAN-1320
Spanish Language Level II503Elective Credit
 609SPAN-1310, SPAN-1320, & SPAN-2310
Spanish with Writing Level I506SPAN-1310 & SPAN-1320
Spanish with Writing Level II503Elective Credit
6512SPAN-1310, SPAN-1320, SPAN-2310, & SPAN-2320
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