CLEP Test Center
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) allows both traditional and non-traditional students to earn college credit by examination. It enables students to demonstrate the knowledge and mastery he or she has required through independent study, academic interests, or on-the-job training. Five General Examinations cover course material usually required in the first two years of college. Twenty-four Subject Examinations cover material from a wide range of courses in the fields of Literature, Foreign Languages, History, Social Science, Mathematics, Science and Economics. When you earn qualifying scores on these examinations, as acceptable by Kutztown University, you can move beyond the introductory level course work to more advanced courses.
The tests are administered by appointment via computer at Kutztown University in Room 102 of the Stratton Administration Building.
Upcoming test dates in 2015 include - January 8 and 15; February 5 and 23; March 3, 9 and 26; April 7, 16 and 27; May 12 and 28. Additional dates will be posted. Testing dates are subject to change without notice. Seats are limited, so register early.
CLEP examinations require 90 minutes of test time plus approximately 30 minutes of preparation time.
Test fees are as follows:
- $15 fee per test payable to "Kutztown University" at the time of registration (check or money order only).
- $80 fee per test payable to CLEP through the My Account portal located at the College Board website at www.collegeboard.com/clep. A voucher will be issued and is valid for six months from the date of purchase. Once you have purchased the exam, please send the $15 registration fee and registration form to Testing Services.
- If you are a KU student, a $5 fee payable to Kutztown University at the time of official Kutztown University notification.
A registration/admission form for KU can be downloaded by clicking here.
Send that form with your non-refundable $15 registration fee to:
Room 201, Graduate Center
P.O. Box 730
Kutztown, PA 19530
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|American Government||POL 010 American Government|
|History of the US I: Early Colonizations to 1877|| HIS 025 History of the US: The Formative Years
and the Federal Republic
|History of the US II: 1865 to the Present||HIS 026 History of the US: The Emergence of
|Analyzing and Interpreting Literature||ENG 010 Introduction to Literature|
|Calculus||MAT 181 Calculus|
|College Algebra||MAT 105 College Algebra|
|College Level French Language||FRE 011, 012 Elementary French I &
FRE 103, 104 Intermediate French III & IV
|College Level German Language||GER 011, 012 Elementary German I & II
GER 103, 104 Intermediate German III & IV
|College Level Spanish Language|| SPA 011, 012 Elementary Spanish I & II
SPA 103, 104 Intermediate Spanish III & IV
|College Mathematics||MAT 017 Introduction to Mathematics|
|Financial Accounting||ACC 121 Financial Accounting|
|General Biology||BIO 104, 105 Principles of Biology and Lab|
|General Chemistry||CHM 100, 101, General Chemistry I & II
CHM 102, 103 and Labs
|Human Growth and Development||PSY 110 Child Psychology|
|Humanities||Humanities Electives (6 SH)|
|Introductory Business Law||BUS 131 Business Law I|
|Intro to Educational Psychology||PSY 140 Educational Psychology|
|Introductory Psychology||PSY 011 General Psychology|
|Introductory Sociology||SOC 010 Principles of Sociology|
|Natural Science||Natural Science Electives (6 SH)|
|Precalculus||MAT 115 Precalculus Mathematics|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||ECO 011 Principles of Macroeconomics|
|Principles of Management||MGM 210 Principles of Management|
|Principles of Marketing||MKT 210 Principles of Marketing|
|Principles of Microeconomics||ECO 012 Principles of Microeconomics|
|Social Sciences and History||Social Sciences Electives (6 SH)|
|Western Civilization I:
Ancient Near East to 1648
|HIS 014 History of Civilization A|
|Western Civilization II:
1648 to the Present
|HIS 015 History of Civilization B|
Please note that only passing scores earn full credit. Partial credit cannot be awarded for any CLEP exams.