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CLEP Policy

Ithaca College, at the discretion of the student's dean or program director, accepts credit from the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Credit is awarded for both general and subject examinations as outlined in the chart below. Test results should be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar. A limited number of CLEP credits may be applied toward general education requirements; see "Advanced Placement Policy." For additional information about Ithaca College's CLEP policy, please contact Charlotte Richardson in the Office of the Registrar, 220 Job Hall, 607-274-1210.

CLEP Examination Evaluations

General Examinations


CLEP Exam

Min Score


IC Course Equivalent


Credits

English Composition*

50

377-1xxxx writing elective

6

Humanities

50

307-1xxxx English elective
xxx-1xxxx humanities elective

3
3

Mathematics

50

313-10200 Pre-Calculus
313-24300 Statistics

3
3

Natural Science

50

xxx-1xxxx natural science elective

6

Social Science and History

50

311-2xxxx history elective
xxx-1xxxx Soc. Sci. elective

2
4

       

Subject Examinations

American Government

50

310-1xxxx politics elective

3

American History I

50

311-11100 U.S. History I

3

American History II

50

311-11200 U.S. History II

3

American Literature

50

307-10500 Intro. to American literature
307-1xxxx English elective

3
3

Analysis/Interpretation of Literature*

50

307-10700 Intro. to Literature
307-1xxxx English elective

3
3

Calculus/Elementary Functions

50

313-11100 Calculus I
313-11200 Calculus II

4
4

College Algebra

50

313-10100 Intermediate Algebra

2

College Algebra/Trigonometry

50

313-10200 Pre-Calculus

3

College French

50

308-10100 Elementary French I
308-10200 Elementary French II

3
3

College French

62

308-10100 Elementary French I
308-10200 Elementary French II
308-20100 Intermediate French I
308-20200 Intermediate French II

3
3
3
3

College German

50

309-10100 Elementary German I
309-10200 Elementary German II

3
3

College German

63

309-10100 Elementary German I
309-10200 Elementary German II
309-20100 Intermediate German I
309-20200 Intermediate German II

3
3
3
3

College Spanish

50

318-10100 Elementary Spanish I
318-10200 Elementary Spanish II

3
3

College Spanish

66

318-10100 Elementary Spanish I
318-10200 Elementary Spanish II
318-20100 Intermediate Spanish I
318-20200 Intermediate Spanish II

3
3
3
3

Educational Psychology

50

330-21000 Educational Psychology

3

English Literature*

50

307-10700 Introduction to Literature
307-1xxxx English elective

3
3

Freshman College Composition*

50

377-1xxxx writing elective

3

General Biology

50

303-12100 Principles of Biology I
303-12200 Principles of Biology II

4
4

General Chemistry

50

304-12100 Principles of Chemistry l
304-12200 Principles of Chemistry II

4
3

Human Growth/Development

50

330-2xxxx psychology elective

3

Information Systems and Computer Applications

50

312-11000 Introduction to Computers and Information Systems

3

Intro. to Business Law

50

887-20300 Introduction to Law I

3

Intro. to Sociology

50

331-10100 Introduction to Sociology

3

Principles of Accounting

50

880-22500 Financial Accounting
880-22600 Management Accounting

3
3

Principles of Macroeconomics

50

306-12100 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Principles of Management

50

882-22000 Principles of Management

3

Principles of Microeconomics

50

306-11000 Principles of Microeconomics

3

Psychology

50

330-10300 General Psychology

3

Trigonometry

50

313-10200 Pre-Calculus

3

Western Civilization

50

311-10100 Foundations of Western Civilization

3

Western Civilization

50

311-10200 Modern Western Civilization

3

*Students may receive credit for only one of either English Composition or Freshman College Composition and only one of either Analysis/Interpretation of Literature or English Literature.

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