CLEP (College Level Examination Program) offers 33 exams that allow you to accelerate your academic career by earning college credit through testing for a subject in which you may have gained knowledge as a result of experience. Study Guides are available at: www.collegeboard.org/clep

CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Registration Procedure
Set up an appointment at least two days in advance:

On the day of the appointment:

  • Bring one form of government issued ID: a current Driver's License, passport, state or Province ID, National ID, Tribal ID, naturalization card or certificate of citizenship, a Permanent Resident card or Military ID. All ID's must be current and contain name, photograph, and signature.
  • Pay $45 proctor fee by cash or check

CLEP Subject Exams

Score

Credit

Accounting, Financial

50

4 cr. Financial Accounting
Algebra, College

50

3 cr. Precalculus I
American Literature

50

3 cr. American Literature I or II
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

50

3 cr. 200 Level English Literature
Biology, General

50

8 cr. General Biology I & II
Business Law, Introductory

50

3 cr. Business Law I
Calculus w/Elementary Functions

50

4 cr. Calculus I
Chemistry, General

50

8 cr. General Chemistry I & II
College Composition

50

6 cr. English Composition I & II
Educational Psychology, Introduction to

50

3 cr. Educational Psychology
English Literature

50

3 cr. 200 Level English Literature
French Language, College Level4

59

3 - 6 cr. Intermediate French I & II
College Math

50

3 cr. Number Systems
German Language, College Level4

63

3 - 6 cr. Intermediate German I & II
History of the U.S. I: Early Colonizations-1877

50

3 cr. U.S. History: Beginnings to 1877
History of the U.S. II: 1865-Present

50

3 cr. U.S. History: 1877 to Present
Human Growth & Development

50

3 cr. Child Development OR Psychology elective
Humanities1

50

3 cr. Humanities elective
Information Systems & Computer App.5  

50

5 cr. Comp Concepts & Programming & JAVA Programming
Macroeconomics, Principles of

50

3 cr. Macroeconomics
Management, Principles of

50

3 cr. Principles of Management
Marketing, Principles of

50

3 cr. Principles of Marketing I
Microeconomics, Principles of

50

3 cr. Microeconomics
Natural Science1,2

50

6 cr. non-lab Science elective
Pre-calculus

50

6 cr. Precalculus I and II
Psychology, Introductory

50

3 cr. Introduction to Psychology
Social Sciences - History3

50

6 cr. General Education elective
Sociology, Introductory

50

3 cr. Introduction to Sociology
Spanish Language, College Level4  

63

3 - 6 cr. Intermediate Spanish I & II
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East-1648

50

3 cr. World Civilization I
Western Civilization II: 1648-Present

50

3 cr. World Civilization II


1. Limited to a maximum of 6 cr. of previous course work in the discipline.
2. For non-science/math majors only.
3. Limited to a maximum of 9 cr. of previous course work in the Social Sciences and/or History disciplines.
4. Departmental essay is required and will determine the number of credits awarded.
5. Must demonstrate knowledge of JAVA programming by Computer Science Dept. after minimum cut score is met.

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