College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

Students may be able to receive credit in required courses for proficiencies gained outside the college classroom. The amount of credit received and the level of placement in future courses will be determined by the Registrar and the Department Chair or Program Director for the program in which the course is taught.

 

Credit may be awarded for the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) (subject exams only), DSST, or ACE. Enrolled students at LETU must request approval to test through the Registrar’s office prior to testing.  

 

CLEP SUBJECT AREA
MINIMUM OBJECTIVE SCORE
CREDIT  
Composition and Literature  
 
 
  American Literature  63 6 hours in Am Lit Elective  
  American Literature  55 3 hours  in Am Lit Elective  
  Analyzing & Interpreting Literature  65 6 hours in Literature Elective  
  Analyzing & Interpreting Literature  55 3 hours in Literature Elective  
  English Literature  67 6 hours in Brit Lit Elective  
  English Literature  55 3 hours in Brit Lit Elective  
  College Composition Modular*  55 0-3 hours in ENGL 1013    
  College Composition Modular** 65 0-6 hours in ENGL 1013, 1023  
       
* The essay is required and will be administered and scored by LeTourneau University. Essays will be scored on the basis of awareness of and sensitivity to audience; clear thesis and structure; thorough, specific, meaningful content development; effective language choices, and mastery of the basic principles of grammar and usage. If the essay is not successfully completed no credit will be given for the exam.
 
**The essay is required and will be administered and scored by LeTourneau University. Essays must demonstrate the qualities listed in * above. Additionally, essays must clearly illustrate relationships between and integration of one’s own ideas with those of others; ability to meaningfully synthesize information from multiple sources, correct use and citation of source material, artful and meaningful transitions that demonstrate relationships between ideas, vivid, precise diction; stylistic features appropriate to audience and subject; and thorough mastery of grammar and usage. If the essay is not successfully completed no credit will be given for the exam.
 
Foreign Languages      
French Language, Level 1 55 3 hours in LANG 1113  
French Language, Level 1 64 6 hours in LANG 1113, 1123  
French Language, Level 2 69 9 hours in LANG 1113, 1123, 2113  
French Language, Level 2 74 12 hours in LANG 1113, 1123, 2113, 2123  
German Language, Level 1 55 3 hours in LANG 1113  
German Language, Level 1   64 6 hours in LANG 1113, 1123  
German Language, Level 2 65 9 hours in LANG 1113, 1123, 2113  
German Language, Level 2 72 12 hours in LANG 1113, 1123, 2113, 2123  
Spanish Language, Level 1 55 3 hours in SPAN 1113  
Spanish Language, Level 1   61 6 hours in SPAN 1113, 1123  
Spanish Language, Level 2 68 9 hours in SPAN 1113, 1123, 2113  
Spanish Language, Level 2 73 12 hours in SPAN 1113, 1123, 2113, 2123  
Social Sciences and History      
American Government 50 3 hours in POLS 2103  
American History I: to 1877 50 3 hours in HIST 2113  
American History II: from 1877 50  3 hours in HIST 2123  
Human Growth & Development  50 3 hours in PSYC 2143  
Intro to Educational Psychology 50 3 hours in Psychology Elective  
Principles of Macroeconomics 50 3 hours in BECN 2103  
Principles of Microeconomics 50 3 hours in BECN 2203  
Introductory Psychology 50 3 hours in PSYC 2013  
Introductory Sociology 50  3 hours in Social Science Elective    
Western Civilization I: to 1648 50 3 hours in HIST 1113  
Western Civilization II: from 1648 50 3 hours in HIST 1123  
Sciences and Mathematics      
Calculus    50  3 hours in MATH 1903  
College Algebra   50 3 hours in MATH 1203  
Precalculus 50 3 hours in MATH 1303  
General Biology 50 6 hours in Biology Elective  
General Chemistry 50 6 hours in CHEM 1113, 1123  
Business      
Principles of Management 50 3 hours in BMGT 2303  
Principles of Accounting 50 6 hours in BACT 2103, 2113  
Introductory Business Law 50 3 hours in BUSI 3103  
Principles of Marketing 50 3 hours in BMKT 2503  

 

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