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Transfer Credit Through CLEP

The State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota  (SCF) assessment and 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. A maximum of 30 hours may be earned in this manner. The student must score at or above the 50th percentile of the national norms. 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.

When satisfactory scores have been achieved, credit is allowed for the general examinations as follows:

                                                                Credit Hours
NATURAL SCIENCE:
            Diversity of Life, BSC 1005C...........   3
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES:
            Western Civilization I, EUH 1000...   3
HUMANITIES:
            Fine Arts..............................................   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.

NOTE: *CLEP credit for subject examinations does not meet the Gordon Rule writing
requirement. Gordon Rule mathematics requirements may be met with appropriate CLEP
credit.  ** Amount of credit depends on CLEP score. 

CLEP Subject Examinations
Gen Ed Area
Class Equivalent/SCF
Score
Credit Awarded
Algebra, College         
II   
MAC 1105    
50  
3
American Government           
III 
POS 1041    
50 
3
American Literature           
IV 
AML 2010 or 2020 
50          
3
Biology, General
V  
BSC 1005  
50 
3
Business Law, Introduction to       
None          
BUL 2131
50 
3
Calculus
II           
MAC 2233       
50 
3
Chemistry, General
V   
CHM 1025C          
50          
5
Educational Psychology, Introduction to       
Elective         
EDP 1002   
50 
3
English Composition w/Essay           
I   
ENC 1101
50          
3
English Literature
IV  
ENL 2010 or 2022
50 
3
French Language
Elective  
FRE 1120
FRE 1120 and 1121
50 
62
3
6
German Language
Elective
GER 1120
GER 1120 and 1121
50
62
3
6
History of U.S. I: Early Colonization      
III           
AMH 1010    
50 
3
History of U.S. II: 1865 to Present
III  
AMH 1020    
50   
3
Human Growth and Development
Elective
DEP 2004
50
3
Humanities
IV
HUM 2250
50
3
Information Systems & Computer Applications
Elective
CGS 1000
50
3
Macroeconomics, Principles of           
III
ECO 2013    
50  
3
Management, Principles of
Elective
MAN 2021
50
3
Marketing, Principles of           
None 
MAR 2011    
50   
3
Mathematics, College
II
MGF 1106
50
3
Microeconomics, Principles of
Elective
ECO 2023
50
3
Precalculus Algebra/Trigonometry
II
MAC 2147
50
4
Precalculus
II
MAC 1140
50
3
Psychology, Introductory           
III
PSY 2012
50
3
Sociology, Introductory           
III     
SYG 2000    
50      
3
Spanish Language
Elective  
SPN 1120
SPN 1120 and 1121
50 
63
3
6
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East
III           
EUH 1000    
50   
3
Western Civ. II: 1648 to Present
III           
EUH 1001
50   
3


 

                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                  

 

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