CLEP is a national program of examination to evaluate, confirm, and assess the academic achievement of individuals who have reached a college level of education through either traditional or non-traditional means of study.
Note: The CLEP program is currently under review by Westminster College faculty. Acceptance of CLEP testing for specific Westminster courses as listed below is subject to change. For a complete listing of currently honored CLEP examinations, please contact the START Center or the Registrar’s Office.
CLEP includes General Examinations in threcae basic liberal arts areas and Subject Examinations in widely-taught undergraduate courses.
Credit is not awarded if duplicated by previous coursework.
Important Note: The College Level Examination Program prohibits candidates from repeating a CLEP exam of the same title within six months. Scores of exams repeated earlier than six months will be cancelled and test fees forfeited.
General Examination (limit 25 credit hours)
|Examination||Credit||LE Area Waived|
|Humanities||6||Humanities II: Literature
Arts II: Arts Survey
|Natural Science||6||Science/Mathematics III: Life Sciences
Science/Mathematics II: Physical Sciences
For CLEP exams taken since June 2001, a minimum score of 50 is required. A higher score is required for the full 12 hours of Language credit. For more information about CLEP, contact the START Center at 801.832.2282.
|CLEP Subject Examination||Westminster Equivalent|
|American Government||American Government|
|American Literature||English elective – lower division|
|American History I||Humanities I: History|
|American History II||Humanities I: History|
|Analysis and Interpretation of Literature||ENGL 220|
|Calculus with Elementary Functions||MATH 201 and 202|
|College Algebra||MATH 141|
|College Algebra/Trigonometry||MATH 141 and 142|
|College French I and II||FREN 110, 111 and 220|
|College German I and II||LANG 100 (12 hours)|
|College Spanish I and II||SPAN 110, 111 and 220|
|English Literature||English elective – lower division|
|General Chemistry||CHEM 111 and 112|
|General Biology Science/Mathematics III|
|Introductory Accounting||ACCT 213|
|Introductory Psychology||PSYC 105|
|Introductory Sociology||SOC 105|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||ECON 253|
|Principles of Management||MGMT 305|
|Principles of Marketing||MKTG 300|
|Principles of Microeconomics||ECON 263|
|Western Civilization I||HIST 112|
|Western Civilization II||HIST 113|