In addition to the possibility of receiving college credit through ACT testing, students who have had sufficient experience, training or study in a subject area may apply to take College Level Examination Program (CLEP) subject exams produced by the College Entrance Examination Board in order to receive academic credit. CLEP exams are offered on an individual appointment basis with our testing office located in the Beam Library. You can schedule an appointment by calling our office at or you may email us at email@example.com.
The student may also take CLEP exams after the semester begins if the student meets the Credit by Examination Policies. See the listing at the end of the following guidelines for CLEP exams offered and courses for which credit may be obtained. Scores noted below are subject to change and are for undergraduate students only.
If your ACT score is 28 or higher on the English and/or Math portion, you automatically receive credit for a course(s). Please contact the Registrar’s Office at before taking a CLEP test or for more information.
CLEP Guidelines and Policies:
1. Only students who are enrolled at Oklahoma Christian University or who have been accepted for admission by the university may receive credit by CLEP examination.
2. Students may not attempt credit by examination for courses which they have audited or in which they are, or have been, enrolled and in which they have attended classes past the first week at Oklahoma Christian or any other university.
3. Students may attempt to receive credit by CLEP examination only once for each course.
4. Except where specifically provided for by a program, credit by examination may not be given in a course sequentially lower in the department or a prerequisite to a course for which a student has received credit.
5. A non-refundable payment of $100.00 for each CLEP exam must be made at the time the test is given. Payments for CLEP exams are paid to OC by cash, check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express). Charges will not be added to the student's school account.
6. Students must present a photo ID for testing. Acceptable forms of ID include Drivers license, Military ID, Passport, US Gov't issued ID or University ID.
CLEP Tests Offered:
|College Mathematics (MATH-1143 Elements of Mathematics I)||62|
|Humanities (FINE-2913 Perspectives in Fine Arts)||56|
|Financial Accounting (ACCT-2113 Accounting Principles I)||65|
|American Government (POLS-2113 Intro to American Politics)||63|
<***the American Government test plus the Macroeconomics credit will qualify for POLS-1213 American Political Economy
|History of the US I (HIST-2213 History of the US to 1877 or HIST-1223 Turning Points in US History)||56|
|History of the US II (HIST-2223 History of the US since 1877 or HIST-1223 Turning Points in US History)||57|
|College Algebra (MATH-1213 College Algebra)||63|
|Calculus (MATH-2114 Calculus with Analytical Geometry)||64|
|Biology (BIOL-2013 General Biology)||57|
|Chemistry (CHEM-1115 General Chemistry I)||65|
|Information Systems/Computer Applications (INFO-2113 Introduction to Computers in Business)||59|
|Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON-2113 Macroeconomic Principles)||62|
|Principles of Microeconomics (ECON-2213 Microeconomic Principles)||64|
|Introduction to Psychology (PSYC-1113 Perspectives in Psychology)||59|
|Introduction to Sociology (SOCI-1113 Perspectives in Sociology)||59|
|Western Civilization I Near East-1648 (HIST-2923 Topics in Western Civilization)||57|
|Western Civilization II 1648-Post WWII (HIST-2923 Topics in Western Civilization)||56|
|Pre-Calculus (Math 1213 College Algebra and Math 1522 Trigonometry)||61|
No CLEP tests will be accepted for upper division business courses.