CLEP Equivalencies

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a nationally recognized standardized testing program through which university credit may be earned or course proficiency verified. A maximum of 32 semester credits may be earned at George Fox University through examination or other non-classroom credit procedures. This includes all alternative credit opportunities.

CLEP General Examinations

Testing through the CLEP general examinations is designed to verify competency in general education. These examinations are to be taken prior to the completion of the first semester of enrollment as a freshman at George Fox University, and may not be taken if have already taken or are registered past the add/drop deadline in an equivalent course.
CLEP General Examination Min. Score George Fox Course(s) Fulfilled Credits Awarded
Humanities 56 MUSI120
ARTS217
LITR285
World of Music
Art History Survey from 1600
Selected Literary Topics
2
3
3
College Composition 63
WRIT110 College Writing 3
College Mathematics 62 MATH180
MATH190
College Algebra
Precalculus Mathematics
3
3
Natural Sciences 62 BIOL211
PHYS285
General Biology
Selected Physical Science Topics
4
4
Social Sciences and History 62 SOCI150
ECON201
HIST151
Principles of Sociology
Principles of Microeconomics
US History to 1865
3
3
3

CLEP Subject Examinations

Testing through the CLEP subject examinations provides verification of competency in selected academic fields. These may be taken at any time (unless concurrently enrolled past the add/drop deadline in or have already taken an equivalent course) and assume competency has been gained in non-classroom settings. French Language (Score Level 2)
8 credits awarded with a score of 69 or above (Score level 1 does not apply)
CLEP Subject Examinations Min. Score George Fox Course(s) Fulfilled Credits Awarded
English Writing and Literature
American Literature
(optional essay - additional $10 fee & 3 weeks advance notice required)
58 LITR220 Great American Writers 3
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
(optional essay - additional $10 fee & 3 weeks advance notice required)
60 LITR100 Introduction to Literature 3
English Literature
(optional essay - additional $10 fee & 3 weeks advance notice required)
62 LITR270 Great British Writers 3
College Composition Modular
(additional $10 fee & 3 weeks advance notice required)
59
WRIT110 College Writing 3
Foreign Languages
French Language (Score Level 1)
4 credits awarded with a score of 64-68
64 FREN102 First-Year French 4
French Language (Score Level 2)
8 credits awarded with a score of 69 or above
(Score level 1 does not apply)
69 FREN201
FREN202

Second-Year French
Second-Year French

4
4
German Language (Score Level 1)
4 credits awarded with a score of 59-66
59

GRMN102

First-Year German

4

German Language (Score Level 2)
8 credits awarded with a score of 67 or above (Score level 1 does not apply)
68 GRMN201
GRMN202
Second-Year German
Second-Year German
4
4
Spanish Language (Score Level 1)
4 credits awarded with a score of 56-67
56 SPAN102 First-Year Spanish 4
Spanish Language (Score Level 2)
8 credits awarded with a score of 68 or above (Score level 1 does not apply)
68 SPAN201
SPAN202
Second-Year Spanish
Second-Year Spanish
4
4
Science and Mathematics
Biology 57 BIOL211
BIOL212
General Biology
General Biology
4
4
Chemistry 63 CHEM211
CHEM212
General Chemistry
General Chemistry
4
4
College Algebra 63 MATH180 College Algebra 3
Precalculus 61 MATH190 Precalculus Mathematics 4
Calculus 61 MATH201
MATH202
Calculus I
Calculus II
4
4
Information Systems and Computer Applications 59 CSIS130 Web-Based Programming 3
Business and Economics
Financial Accounting 65 ACCT271 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
Principles of Management 56 MGMT260
Management 3
Principles of Marketing 65 MKTG260
Marketing 3
Introductory Business Law 60 BUSN360 Business Law 3
Principles of Microeconomics 64 ECON201 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Principles of Macroeconomics 62 ECON202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
History and Government
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 57 HIST110 Western Civilization to 1648 3
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present 56 HIST120 Western Civilization from 1648 3
History of the United States I: Early Colonizations to 1877 56 HIST151 US History to 1865 3
History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present 57 HIST152 US History from 1865 3
American Government 63 PSCI190 American Government 3
Psychology and Sociology
Introductory Psychology 59 PSYC150 General Psychology 3
Educational Psychology 62 PSYC485 Selected Topics 3
Human Growth and Development 63 PSYC310 Lifespan Human Development
3
Introductory Sociology 59 SOCI150 Principles of Sociology 3

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