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(CLEP) College Level Examination Program

A student may attempt to earn college credit in some areas by examination. The credit-by-examination is an option for those who have a strong academic record both in high school and/or college.

The minimum score recommended by the American Council on Education is used as a guideline for exam acceptance. While the credits count toward graduation, the score is not used in the calculation of a grade point average. Credit granted does not apply toward fulfillment of MCC's residency requirement for graduation.

CLEP Examinations

Each examination covers material taught in an undergraduate course with a similar title at most colleges and universities. A college usually grants the same amount of credit to students earning satisfactory scores on the CLEP examination as it grants to students who successfully complete that course.

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The information below is provided as a general guide. This information may change and is continually updated.

CLEP Exams Equivalent MCC Courses
Pending Credit Value and Score
Hrs
American Government POLS 2050 4.5
American Literature - if cr value is equal to at least 6 sem cr ENGL 2510 & ENGL 2520 9.0
Analyzing & Interpreting Literature with Essay ENGL 2450 4.5
Biology, General BIOS 1010 6.0
Business Law, Introductory BSAD 1100 4.5
Calculus under review  
Chemistry, General CHEM 1010 6.0
College Algebra (meets content requirement) MATH 1420 4.5
College Mathematics MATH 1240 4.5
College Composition ENGL 1010 4.5
College Composition Modular NA 0.0
English Composition with Essay (Prior to 7/1/2010) ENGL 1010 4.5
English Literature with Essay ENGL 2450 4.5
Financial Accounting ACCT 1100 & ACCT 1110 8.0
French Language I FREN 1010 7.5
French Language II FREN 1020 7.5
German Language I GERM 1010 7.5
German Language II GERM 1020 7.5
Human Growth and Development PSYC 1120 4.5
Humanities HUMS 1100 6.0
Information Systems and Computer Applications NA 0.0
Macroeconomics, Principles of ECON 1000 4.5
Management, Principles of BSAD 2100 4.5
Marketing, Principles of BSAD 1010 4.5
Microeconomics, Principles of ECON 1100 4.5
Natural Sciences SCIE 1010 6.0
Precalculus (meets content requirement) MATH 1420 4.5
Psychology, Introductory PSYC 1010 4.5
Social Science & History NA 0.0
Sociology, Introductory SOCI 1010 4.5
Spanish Language I SPAN 1110 7.5
Spanish Language II SPAN 1120 7.5
U.S. History I or History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877 HIST 1010 4.5
U.S. History II or History of the U.S. II: 1865 to Present HIST 1020 4.5
Western Civilization I:Ancient Near East to 1648 HIST 1110 4.5
Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present HIST 1120 4.5

As CLEP continues to change, reviews and updates will be considered.

For more information about CLEP course credits, see the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) site.

 
 
 
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