Certain examinations may be taken for credit in the Departments of Accountancy, Modern and Classical Languages, and Music. Credit may be awarded in ACC 201, and MUS 100, 103, 104, 120, 137, 138, 216, 237, 238, 337, 338
Foreign language credit
Students with foreign language experience (typically one or more years of high school language study, or equivalent) in French, German, or Spanish are required to take the Computerized Adaptive Placement Exam (WebCAPE) prior to enrolling in language courses. Students with more advanced experience in French, German, or Spanish and students with experience in languages other than French, German, or Spanish must contact the Department of Modern and Classical Languages for an individualized assessment and placement. All language students that have been assessed and placed can obtain retroactive credit (up to 18 credit hours) provided they complete the class they placed into with a grade of B or higher and apply to the department to receive the retroactive credit. Credit will not be automatically granted.
Computers For Learning credit
Students may take a proficiency examination for the Computers for Learning (CIS/CSC 101, CSC111) component of the General Education Program. Students who receive a satisfactory score on proficiency examinations will be exempt from the requirement but will not be awarded credit for the course.