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CLEP Exams

Broward College administers CLEP examinations.
 
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate competency in certain subjects and thereby earn college credit for particular courses without enrolling in classes. Individuals wishing to become BC students and receive CLEP credit must apply to Broward College and pay the non-refundable application fee. Former BC dual enrollment students must submit a Re-Entry application but do not pay the application fee. Broward College’s CLEP code number is 5074.    


CLEP tests are administered throughout the year at any of the three campus testing centers at specific testing dates and times.   
  

CLEP credit cannot duplicate regular college course credit already earned, Dual Enrollment credit, or other credits earned through examination. Visit www.broward.edu/testing for more information. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to ensure course credits will fulfill degree requirement.  
  

Scale Score of 50 for Passing    

​ No literature credit College Board recommended score change from 66 to 63 in Spring, 2007.

​Exam Title

​Course Credit

​Credit Hours

​Comments

Accounting, Principles of

​ACG 2001

​3

​Effective July 1, 2007 this test is no longer administered—replaced by “Financial Accounting” exam

​Algebra, College​

​MAC 1105

​3

​Algebra-Trigonometry, College

​MAC 1147

​4

​MAC 1147 can substitute for MAC 1140 and MAC 1114.  Effective July 1, 2006 this test is no longer administered—replaced by “Precalculus” exam

​American Government

​POS 2041

​3

American Literature​

​AML 2010

​3

​Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

​No direct equivalent.  Students should take American or English Literature exams instead.

​Biology, General

​BSC 1005

​3

​No lab credit

​Business Law, Introduction to

​BUL 2241

​3

Calculus​

​MAC 2233

​3

Chemistry, General

​CHM 1020

​3

​No lab credit

​College Composition

​ENC 1101 and
ENC 1102

​6

College Composition Modular​

​ENC 1101 and
ENC 1102

​6

​No guaranteed credit without essay portion

​Educational Psychology, Introduction to

​EDP 2002

​3

English Composition with Essay​

​ENC 1101

​3

​Replaced by College Composition

English Literature​

​ENL 2000

​3

​Financial Accounting

​ACG 2001

​3

French Language​

​On Level I French Language exam—one semester of Elementary FRE Language I
On Level 2 French Language exam—score of 59 earns a minimum of two semesters of FRE Elementary Language I and II

​3
6

​No literature credit.  College Board recommended score change from 62 to 59 December 2007.

Freshman Composition​

​No direct equivalent. Recommend English Composition with Essay instead.

​Replaced by College Composition Modular

​German Language

​On Level I German Language exam—one semester of Elementary GER Language I
On Level 2 German Language exam—score of 60 earns a minimum of two semesters of Elementary GER Language I and II

​3
6

​No literature credit.  College Board recommended score change from 63 to 60 by August, 2008.

History of the United States I: Early Colonizations to 1877​

​AMH 2010

​3

History of the United States II: 1865 to Present​

​AMH 2020

​3

Human Growth and Development​

​DEP 2004

​3

​Humanities

​HUM X235 or HUM 2250

​3

​Interdisciplinary exam: 50% literature and 50% fine arts

​Information Systems and Computer Applications

​CGS 1077

​3

​CGS 1077 is unique to this exam.  Exam content updated frequently

Macroeconomics, Principles of​

​ECO 2013

​3

Management, Principles of​

​MAN 2021

​3

​Marketing, Principles of

​MAR 1011

​3

Mathematics, College​

​MGF 1106 or
MGF 1107

​3

​Exam covers sets (10%), Logic (10%), Real Numbers (20%), Functions and Graphs (20%), Probability and Statistics (25%), and additional Algebra topics (15%)

Microeconomics, Principles of​

​ECO 2023

​3

Natural Science

​No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.

​Interdisciplinary exam:  50% Biological Science and 50% Physical Science  (incl. Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, and Geology)

​Precalculus

​MAC 1140

​3

​Psychology, Introductory

​PSY 2012

​3

Social Science and History​

​No direct equivalent. Recommend specific subject exams instead.

​Interdisciplinary exam: 40% History (U.S., Western, and World) and 60% Social Sciences (Government, Sociology, Economics, Psychology, Geography, and Anthropology)

Sociology, Introductory​

​SYG 2000

​3

Spanish Language​

​On Level I Spanish Language exam—one semester of Elementary SPN Language I
On Level 2 Spanish Language exam—score of 63 earns a minimum of two semesters of Elementary SPN Language I and II.

​3
6

Trigonometry​

​MAC 1114

​2

​Effective July 1, 2006 this test is no longer administered—replaced by “Precalculus” exam

Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648​

​EUH 1000

​3

​Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present

​EUH 1001

​3

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