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Alternative Credit Options


Credit-By-Examination


Inter-Continental Christian University treats national standardized tests such as the College Level Placement Exams (CLEP) as transfer credit. Credit is allowed only for courses that may be applied to the General Education or General Elective areas. Credit is granted for subjects in which a student scores at the 50th percentile or higher.


If a student believes that he has already mastered the content of an Inter-Continental Christian University course, he/she may request to take the proctored final examination as a “Challenge Exam.” This credit-by-examination is a means of earning college credit. A satisfactory grade on the properly administered final examination shall by itself be considered sufficient demonstration of mastery and justifiable reason for granting appropriate college credit. A grade of “C” or better is required to receive credit-by-examination.


A student may earn up to 32 credits toward a BA or 16 credits toward an AA through this recognized collegiate practice for validating equivalent college-level learning. Credit obtained in this way may not substitute for the fina1 32 hours of credit required to be taken by enrollment in Inter-Continental University degree programs. The charge for earning credit by a challenge examination is the regular tuition charge. The same policies regarding the proctor selection, etc. applies to this exam as for all other degree finals.

Attention Military Personnel

The DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) is a program administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS) in conjunction with DANTES. The examinations are available only to military personnel. All military educational experiences will be evaluated for college credit according to the recommendations of the Guide to the Educational Experiences in the Armed Services.

 

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