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Eastern Connecticut State University’s CLEP Score Recipient Code is #3966.

EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

Equivalent Credits and Passing Scores for CLEP Examinations

 

Minimum passing scores to obtain credit for these examinations are indicated below. Subject codes with a number followed by two XXs (i.e. BUS 1XX) indicated that the course is transferred as a subject elective.

 

Name of Examination

ECSU’s Equivalent

GER

LAC

Passing Score*

Credits Granted

Accounting, Financial

 

ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I

 

 

50

3

American Government

PSC 110 American Government and Politics

 

IVB

T1SS

50

3

American Literature

 

ENG 212 American Literature to 1865

ENG 213 American Literature from 1865

 

IIA

 

50

6

Analyzing and Interpreting

Literature

ENG 125 Introduction to Literature

ENG 1XX English Elective

 

IIA

T1LT

50

6

Biology

BIO 115 Principles of Biology

BIO 1XX Biology Elective

 

IIIB w/o lab

T1NS w/o lab  

50

6

Business Law, Introductory

 

BUS 250 Business Law I

 

 

 

50

 

3

 

Calculus

MAT 243 Calculus I with Technology

 

IIIA

T1M

50

3

College Algebra

MAT 101 Intermediate Algebra

 

 

 

50

3

College Composition

ENG 100 College Writing**

ENG 1XX English Elective**

VA

T1W

50

6

College Composition Modular

ENG 1XX English Elective**

 

 

50

3

College Mathematics

MAT 1XX Mathematics Elective

MAT 1XX Mathematics Elective

IIIA

 T1M

50

6

Chemistry

CHE 210 General Chemistry I

CHE 211 General Chemistry II

IIIB w/o lab

 T1NS w/o lab

50

6

Educational Psychology, Introduction to

PSY 300 Educational Psychology***

 

 

50

3

English Literature

 

ENG 214 English Literature to 1798

ENG 215 English Literature from 1798

 

IIA

 

50

 

6

 

French Language, Level 1

French Language, Level 2

FRE 110/111 Introductory French I and II
FRE 210/211 Intermediate French I and II

 

 

50
59

6
12

German Language, Level 1
German Language, Level 2

MCL 1XX/1XX MCL Elective
MCL 2XX/2XX MCL Elective

 

 

50
60

6
12

History of the U.S. I:

Early Colonization to 1877

 

HIS 120 The Early American Experience,

1607-1877

IVA

T1H

50

3

History of the U.S. II:

1865 to the Present

 

HIS 121 The Recent American Experience,

1877-Present

IVA

T1H

50

3

Human Growth and Development

PSY 206 Psychology of Childhood

 

 

T2IS

50

3

Humanities

ART 1XX Art Elective

ENG 1XX English Elective

 

IIB & IIA

 

50

6

Information Systems and

Computer Applications

 

CSC 2XX Computer Science Elective
(Previously CSC 100)

VC

 T2lT

50

3

Macroeconomics, Principles of

 

ECO 200 Principles of Macroeconomics

IVB

T1SS

50

3

Management, Principles of

 

BUS 201 Principles of Management

 

 

50

3

Marketing, Principles of

 

BUS 225 Principles of Marketing

 

 

50

3

Microeconomics, Principles of

 

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics

IVB

T2IS

50

3

Natural Sciences

BIO  1XX Biology Elective

PHY 1XX Physics Elective

IA & IIIB w/o lab

 T1NS w/o lab

50

6

Precalculus

 

MAT 130 Precalculus Mathematics

IIIA

T1M

50

3

Psychology, Introductory

 

PSY 100 General Psychology

IVA

T1SS

50

3

Social Sciences and History

SOC 1XX Sociology Elective

HIS  1XX History Elective

IVA & IC1

 

50

6

Sociology, Introductory

SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology

 

IVA

T1SS

50

3

Spanish Language, Level 1

Spanish Language, Level 2

SPA 110/111 Introductory Spanish I and II

SPA 210/211 Intermediate Spanish I and II

 

 

 

50

63

6

12

Western Civilization I:

Ancient Near East to 1648

 

HIS 230 Western Civilization Before 1500

IC1

T2CP

50

3

Western Civilization II:

1648 to the Present

HIS 231 Western Civilization Since 1500

IC1

T2CP

50

3

 

*          The scores that appear in this sample are the credit-granting scores recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE) and accepted by Eastern.

**           As of July 1, 2010 College Composition will be the ONLY exam that fulfills ECSU’s English 100 College Writing requirement.

**        Maximum of 6 credits of English 1XX for any combination of composition tests.

***         Not acceptable as PSY 300 for Psychology majors. Psychology majors will be given credit for PSY 2XX.

NOTE:  Please see your advisor for appropriate CLEP options to meet your individual needs. 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                      Rev. 7/2010