Procedure for Applying to Take College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Obtain a request to take Credit by Examination from the Office of Academic Services and Registrar or Testing Center.
- Confer with academic advisor about the CLEP test(s) you want to take
- Complete a request to take Credit by Examination and have it signed by advisor and departmental chairperson.
- Take signed form to the Office of Academic Services and Registrar for approval.
- Take copy of approved request and obtain an application and registration form for the CLEP in the Testing Center (BCBB 195). Be sure to place the Albany State University code, 5004, in the space where scores are to be sent.
NOTE: Allow four to six weeks after test(s) for results to be processed. You should receive an evaluation sheet indicating whether you have passed the test(s). If you have not received CLEP evaluation in 14 days after you receive your results, please contact the Office of Academic Services and Registrar. Credit by Examination is available to all students who wish to validate knowledge for which they have acquired college level proficiency through independent study or other life experiences and to students who were not granted transfer credit for course work completed elsewhere. The following is a list of the courses approved for CLEP credit:
|Course Prefix and Number||Course Title||Credit Hours||CLEP Test|
|BIOL 1111K1||Introduction to Biological Sci||4||General Biology|
|BIOL 1112K1||Introduction to Biological Sci||4||General Biology|
|CHEM 1211K||General Chemistry I||4||General Chemistry|
|CHEM 1212K||General Chemistry II||4||General Chemistry|
|CSCI 1101||Introduction to Computers||3||Computers and Data Processing|
|ECON 2105||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||Introductory Macroeconomics|
|ECON 2106||Principles of Microeconomics||3||Introductory Microeconomics|
|EDUC 2205||Human Growth & Development||3||Human Growth & Development|
|EDUC 3306||Education Psychology||3||Educational Psychology|
|ENGL 1101||English Composition I||3||College Composition I|
|ENGL 1102||English Composition II||3||Freshman English|
|ENGL 2111||World Literature I||3||Analysis & Interpretation of Lit.|
|ENGL 2112||World Literature II||3||Analysis & Interpretation of Lit.|
|ENGL 2131||American Literature I||3||American Literature|
|ENGL 2132||American Literature II||3||American Literature|
|ENGL 2298||English Literature||3||English Literature|
|HIST 1111||Survey of World History I||3||Western Civilization|
|HIST 1112||Survey of World History II||3||Western Civilization|
|HIST 2111||Survey of American History I||3||American History|
|HIST 2112||Survey of American History II||3||American History|
|FREN 1001||Elementary French||3||College French|
|FREN 1002||Elementary French||3||College French|
|GRMN 1001||Elementary German||3||College German|
|GRMN 1002||Elementary German||3||College German|
|SPAN 1001||Elementary Spanish||3||College Spanish|
|SPAN 1002||Elementary Spanish||3||College Spanish|
|MIST 2010||Fund of Computer Applications||3||Computer and Data Processing|
|MGMT 3105||Legal Environment of Business||3||Introductory Business Law|
|MGMT 4110||Organizational Behavior||3||Introduction to Management|
|MKTG 3120||Principles of Marketing||3||Principles of Marketing|
|MATH 1111||College Algebra||3||College Algebra/Trigonometry|
|MATH 1113||Pre-calculus w/Trigonometry||3||Trigonometry|
|MATH 12112||Calculus I||4||Calculus w/Elementary Function|
|MATH 22112||Calculus II||4||Calculus w/Elementary Function|
|POLS 11013||U.S. & Georgia Government||3||American Government|
|PSYC 1101||General Psychology||3||General Psychology|
|SOCI 2011||Principles of Sociology||3||Introductory Sociology|
Approved for non-science majors.
Student must also pass the U.S. and GA History and Constitution Examination.
Credit will be awarded based on the minimum scale score recommended for passing by the American Council on Education.