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Credit by Examination Opportunities: CLEP

CLEP

 

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

 

  • CLEP exams test college level learning in a variety of areas and are offered by the Collegeboard.
  • Students must achieve a minimum score of 50 on a CLEP exam to receive credit for a course.
  • Walden will accept essay or non-essay versions of the previous CLEP English Composition Exam.
  • Walden will award one course per CLEP exam passed.
  • The cost of these exams is the responsibility of the student.
  • Specific costs, examination subject matter, and sample exams can be found on the CLEP website.

 

NOTE: All exams noted below can also count towards lower level elective credits. No upper level elective credits will be awarded for these CLEP exams. 

Walden Course CLEP Exam Name
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) American Literature
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

ENGL 1010: Writing With Confidence and Purpose OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

College Composition (includes multiple choice and essays)

ENGL 1010: Writing With Confidence and Purpose OR

Communications General Education (COTR)

College Composition Modular
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) English Literature
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) Humanities
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) French Language: Levels 1 and 2
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) German Language: Levels 1 and 2
Arts and Humanities General Education (AHTR) Spanish Language: Levels 1 and 2

POLI 1001: American Government OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

American Government

AHTR: Arts and Humanities General Education OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

History of the United States I

AHTR: Arts and Humanities General Education OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

History of the United States II

PSYC 2002: Human Development: Childhood and Adolescence OR 

PSYC 2003: Human Development: Adulthood OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Human Growth and Development
Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBTR) Introduction to Educational Psychology

PSYC 1001: Introduction to Psychology OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Introductory Psychology

SOCI 1001: Introduction to Sociology OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Introductory Sociology

ECON 1001: Macroeconomics OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 1002: Microeconomics OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Principles of Microeconomics
Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR) Social Science and History

AHTR: Arts and Humanities General Education OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648

AHTR: Arts and Humanities General Education OR

Social and Behavioral Sciences General Education (SBTR)

Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present

BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

Biology**

CHEM 1001: Introduction to Chemistry OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

Chemistry**

MATH 1030: College Math OR 

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

Calculus

MATH 1030: College Math OR 

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

College Algebra

MATH 1030: College Math OR

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

College Mathematics
Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR) Natural Sciences

MATH 1030: College Math OR 

MATH 1040: College Algebra Concepts OR 

Math and Natural Sciences General Education (MNTR)

Precalculus

ACCT 1004S: Fundamentals of Accounting OR 

ACCT 2004: Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting
Elective credit only Information Systems

BUSI 1002: Introduction to Management OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBTR)

Principles of Management

BUSI 2001: Business Law OR 

Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBTR)

Introductory Business Law
MRKT 3001: Marketing* Principles of Marketing

* If a 3000-level course is awarded in elective section it will be counted as lower level only. 

** Covers material usually taught in a two-semester course.