Transfer Credit Through College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The SCF Assessment/Testing Center is an open CLEP testing site. SCF will allow credit for satisfactory scores earned in the comprehensive and subject examinations offered by the College Entrance Examination Board. SCF will award credit hours through CLEP based on presentation of test scores. The student must score at or above the 50th percentile of the national norms unless otherwise noted. No credit will be allowed if the student has attempted or earned college credit in a course in a similar area or higher level.
The table below represents CLEP subject exams, qualifying scores and credits awarded. Successful completion of foreign language College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams meet the foreign language requirement.
When satisfactory scores have been achieved, credit is allowed for the general examinations as follows:
|Diversity of Life, BSC 1005C||3|
|History and Social Sciences:|
|Western Civilization I, EUH 1000||3|
SCF will accept credits from other accredited collegiate institutions and from USAFI provided criteria specified above has been met. Special consideration for CLEP approval can be granted to high school students who have been dually enrolled at SCF.
Students must request that official CLEP scores be sent to the Educational Records office for evaluation and awarding of credit.
CLEP Subject Examination Table
Scale Score of 50 for Passing
General Education Area
|Algebra, College||MAC 1105 ( 3 credits)||II|
|American Government||POS 1041 (3 credits)||III|
|American Literature||AML 2010 * or AML 2020 * (3 credits)||IV|
|Biology, General||BSC 1007C (4 credits)||V|
|Business Law, Introduction to||BUL 2131 (3 credits)||None|
|Calculus||MAC 2233 (3 credits)||II|
|Chemistry, General||CHM 1025C (5 credits)||V|
|College Composition||ENC 1101 * and ENC 1102 * (6 credits)||I|
|College Composition, Modular||ENC 1101 * and ENC 1102 * (6 credits)||I|
|Educational Psychology, Introduction to||EDP 1002 (3 credits)||Elective|
|English Literature||ENL 2010 * or ENL 2022 * (3 credits)||IV|
|Financial Accounting||ACG 2021C (4 credits)||Elective|
|French Language||FRE 1120 (3 credits) Score of 50 FRE 1120 and FRE 1121 (6 credits) Score of 59||Foreign Language|
|German Language||GER 1120 (3 credits) Score of 50 GER 1120 and GER 1121 (6 credits) Score of 60||Foreign Language|
|History of the United States I: Early Colonizations to 1877||AMH 1010 (3 credits)||III|
|History of the United States II: 1865 to Present||AMH 1020 (3 credits)||III|
|Human Growth and Development||DEP 2004 (3 credits)||Elective|
|Humanities||HUM 2250 * (3 credits)||IV|
|Information Systems & Computer Applications||CGS 1000 (3 credits)||Elective|
|Macroeconomics, Principles of||ECO 2013 (3 credits)||III|
|Management, Principles of||MAN 2021 (3 credits)||Elective|
|Marketing, Principles of||MAR 2011 (3 credits)||None|
|Mathematics, College||MGF 1106 or MGF 1107 (3 credits)||II|
|Microeconomics, Principles of||ECO 2023 (3 credits)||Elective|
|Precalculus Algebra/Trigonometry||MAC 2147 (4 credits)||II|
|Precalculus||MAC 1140 (3 credits)||II|
|Psychology, Introductory||PSY 2012 (3 credits)||III|
|Sociology, Introductory||SYG 2000 (3 credits)||III|
|Spanish Language||SPN 1120 (3 credits) Score of 50 SPN 1120 and SPN 1121 (6 credits) score of 63||Foreign Language|
|Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648||EUH 1000 (3 credits)||III|
|Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present||EUH 1001 (3 credits)||III|
*Meets part of the Gordon Rule requirement.
**Scores and credits awarded referenced are from the 2014/2015 SCF Catalog.