® — College Level Entrance Program
A program enabling students to gain college credit for accumulated knowledge and experience through examination.
Rowan College is an official test site for the CLEP® program. Students may accumulate college credit toward a degree by demonstrating knowledge gained independently in 34 exam areas. CLEP® tests are available by appointment at the Testing Center. Make an Appointment
- Choose the CLEP_DSST from the pull-down menu.
- Choose an available date and time.
- Complete the form as instructed. You may use your cell or home phone number as your student ID number.
- Specify the subject in the Special Instructions.
- Click Finalize Appointment to make the appointment.
The CLEP® website provides additional information: (www.collegeboard.com/clep
The following is a list of the available CLEP® tests.Please note:
- If you are taking a test for Rowan College, the list of courses each test fulfills is listed to the right of the test name.
- If you are taking a test for another college, find out from the institution what tests they will accept.
|Financial Accounting||50||See below*|
|Information Systems and Computer Applications||50||CIS 102|
|Introductory Business Law||50||BUS 107|
|Principles of Management||50||BUS 231|
|Principles of Marketing||50||BUS 221|
Composition and Literature|
|American Literature||50||ENG 222,230|
|Analyzing and Interpreting Literature||50||ENG 225,230|
|College Composition||50||ENG 101,102|
|College Composition Modular||50||ENG 101|
|English Literature||50||See below*|
|French Language, Level 1 = to first two semesters||50||FRE 101,102|
|French Language, Level 2 = to first four semesters||59||See below*|
|German Language, Level 1 = to first two semesters||50||GER 101,102|
|German Language, Level 2 = to first four semesters||60||See below*|
|Spanish Language, Level 1 = to first two semesters||50||SPA 101, 102|
|Spanish Language, Level 2 = to first four semesters||63||See below*|
History and Social Sciences|
|American Government||50||POL 101|
|History of the United States I : Early Colonization to 1877||50||HIS 103|
|History of the United States II : 1865 to the Present||50||HIS 104|
|Human Growth and Development||50||PSY 211|
|Introduction to Educational Psychology||50||PSY 203|
|Introductory Psychology||50||PSY 101|
|Introductory Sociology||50||SOC 101|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||50||ECO 101|
|Principles of Microeconomics||50||ECO 102|
|Social Sciences and History||50||See below*|
|Western Civilization I : Ancient Near East to 1648||50||HIS 101|
|Western Civilization II : 1648 to the Present||50||HIS 102|
Science and Mathematics|
|College Algebra||50||See below*|
|College Mathematics||50||MAT 101,102|
|Natural Sciences||50||See below*|