Armstrong Atlantic University Georgia


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College Level Exams

Examinations for College Students

Test Score Required AASU Equivalent Credit Hours
General Examinations---------
Humanities(50)ARTS 1100(3)
Natural Science(50)PHSC 1211 (without lab)(3)
Subject Examinations---------
Algebra, College(54)MATH 1111(3)
American Government(50)Elective**(3)
Analyzing & Interpreting Literature(53 ***)ENGL 1102(3)
Calculus with Elementary Functions(61)MATH 1161and 2072(8)
Composition, Freshman College(54 ***)ENGL 1101(3)
French Language, College Level(50)FREN 1001, 1002(6b)
French Language, College Level(59)FREN 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002(12c)
German Language, College Level (50)GRMN 1001, 1002(6b)
History of the US I: Early Colonizations to 1877(50)HIST 2111(3)
History of the US II: 1865 to the Present(50)HIST 2112(3)
Information Systems and Computer Applications(50)ITEC 1050(3)
Precalculus(58)MATH 1113(3)
Principles of Macroeconomics(54)ECON 2105(3)
Principles of Microeconomics(54)ECON 2106(3)
Psychology(50)PSYC 1101(3)
Sociology, Introductory(50)SOCI 1101(3)
Spanish Language, College Level(50)SPAN 1001, 1002(6b)
Spanish Language, College Level(66)SPAN 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002(12c)

DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST)

Test Score Required AASU Equivalent Credit Hours
Criminal Justice(49)CRJU 1010(3)
General Anthropology(47)ANTH 1102(3)
Principles of Statistics(48)MATH 2200(3)
Excelsior College Examinations---------
Statistics(45)MATH 2200(3)

* Consult head of Languages, Literature, and Philosophy Department if score is higher than 3.
** AP & Georgia Government Examination needed to satisfy state requirement for US/GA gov't.
*** A "clearly passing" essay as well as a passing score on the objective test is required.
# Current national average.
a. A grade of C or better in ENGL 2100 is required before credit is given.
b. A grade of C or better in 2001 language course is required before credit is given.
c. A grade of C or better in a 3000-level language course is required before credit is given.
d. A grade of C or better in a 3000 level language course (that continues their sequence of study in the same language) is required before credit is given.

These guidelines are subject to change without notice. Academic departments select examinations and determine passing scores, which follow the test titles. The credit hours awarded are the same as those earned by students who complete the equivalent course(s). The letter grade K is used to identify credit by examination and has no effect on the academic grade point average. The Registrar's office adds courses and credit hours to the academic records of enrolled students.

For additional information, please contact the Admissions Office or the Registrar's Office.


College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST)