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CLEP Policies & Procedures

Felician College accepts a maximum of 15 CLEP credits toward an Associate degree and a maximum of 30 CLEP credits toward a Bachelor’s degree.  A list of CLEP examinations with course and credit equivalencies accepted by Felician College is provided below.  Students should consult with their advisor(s) and refer to their program requirements before taking a CLEP exam. 

To obtain information about test centers, examination descriptions, practice materials, and to register to take a CLEP examination please go to www.collegeboard.com.  Once you have accessed the College Board website click on CLEP where you can locate all of the necessary information to prepare, register, and obtain CLEP scores.

CLEP Examination

Required
Score

Amount of Credit Granted

Equivalent Felician College Course

Composition and Literature

 American Literature503ENG102 or ENG202
 Analyzing and Interpreting  Literature503EN103
 College Composition with Essay503ENG101
 English Literature503ENG102 or ENG201
 Humanities503Elective Credit

Foreign Languages

 French College Level One506FR101 and FR102
 French College Level Two6212FR101, FR102, FR103,  and FR104
 Spanish College Level One506SP101 and SP102
 Spanish College Level Two6612SP101, SP102, SP111,  and SP112

History and Social Sciences

 American Government503PSC102
 History of the United States I:  Early Colonizations to 1877503HI201
 History of the United States II:  1865 to the Present503HI202 or HI203
 Western Civilization I:
 Ancient Near East to 1648
503HI101 or HI102
 Western Civilization II:
 1648 to Present
503HI103 or HI104
 Principles of Economics I  (Micro)503ECON 220
 Principles of Economics II  (Macro)503ECON 200
 Introductory Psychology503PS101
 Human Growth and  Development503PS201
 Educational Psychology,  Introductory503PS301
 Introductory Sociology503SO101

Science and Mathematics

 Algebra503MT102
 Algebra-Trigonometry504MT105
 Biology508BI103 and BI104
 Chemistry506CH103 and CH104
 Chemistry503CH105
 Calculus with Elementary  Functions508MT201 and MT202

Business and Computer Science

 Accounting, Principles of506ACC100 and ACC220
 Business Law, Introductory503BU310
 Management, Principles of503MGT100
 Marketing, Principles of503MKT100
 Information Systems503CIS150