College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

In the general examinations, a student can earn three credit hours in the English and social studies/history areas and six credit hours in the humanities and math areas for scores at or above the 50th percentile on the examinations. The subject-area examinations will be considered individually and accepted at or above the 50th percentile. The evaluation and recording of CLEP credit will occur once each semester, and credit is awarded to students who have earned at least 12 semester hours of credit on an ENMU campus.

To arrange a CLEP test, contact the Office of Testing in the SAS Building. For questions about CLEP test scores for which credit will be awarded, contact the Office of the Registrar.

Please note: CLEP subject-area exam credit cannot be awarded if a student has received college credit for the same course or its equivalent. For information, come by SAS, Room 186 during your campus visit, or contact the Office of Testing at 575.562.2280.

General Examination Cut-Off Score Hours ENMU Course Equivalent
Freshman College Composition 50 3 ENG 102 — English Composition (ENMU requires essay)
Humanities 50 6 total

HUM 221 — Intro World Humanities
ENG 201 — Types of Literature

College Mathematics 50 6 total MATH 107 —Intermediate Algebra
MATH 113 —Mathematical Discovery
Social Science and History 50 3 Transcript credit for General Education, Social Studies only.

 

Subject Examinations Cut-Off Score Hours ENMU Course Equivalent
Financial Accounting 50 6 ACCT 201 — Introductory Accounting
American Government NC    
American Literature NC    
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature NC    
Biology, General 50 4 BIOL 113/L — Biology for General Education
Business Law, Introductory 50 3 BUS 230 Legal Environment of Business
Calculus 50 4 MATH 124 — Calculus I
Calculus with Elementary Functions   
50
3
MATH 124 — Calculus I
Chemistry
50
6
CHEM 151/L and 152/L — General Chemistry I and II
College Algebra 50 3 MATH 119 — College Algebra
Precalculus
50
3
MATH 119 — College Algebra
English Composition (with essay) 50 3 ENG 102 — English Composition
College French
50 8 FR 101 and 102 — Beginning French
College German 50 8 Lower Division Elective in Modern Language Credit
College Spanish 50 8 SPAN 101 and 102 — Beginning Spanish I and II.  Credit for SPAN 101 and 102 only will be granted.

College Spanish

60 6

SPAN 201 and 202 Intermediate Spanish I and II.  Credit for SPAN 201 and 202 only will be granted, and not for both SPAN 101/102 and 201/202.

Educational Psychology
Introduction to
50 3

Psychology elective TPS/Intro to Educational Psychology

English Composition NC    
English Literature NC    
History of USA I (Early Colonization in 1877) 50 3 HIST 101 — Survey of American History to 1877
History of USA II (1865 to present) 50 3 HIST 102 — Survey of American History since 1877
Human Growth and Development 50 3 PSY 201 — Child Psychology
Information Systems and Computer Applications 50 3 IS 293 TPS/Information Systems and Computer Applications
Macroeconomics, Principles of 50 3 ECON 221 — Principles of Macro Economics
Management, Principles 50 3 BUS 293 TPS/Principles of Management
Marketing, Principles of 50 3 MKT 201 course credit
Microeconomics, Principles of 50 3 ECON 222 — Principles of Micro Economics
Natural Sciences NC    
Psychology, Introductory 50 3 PSY 101 — Introductory Psychology
Sociology, Introductory 50 3 SOC 101 — Introductory Sociology
Western Civ. I — Ancient Near East to 1648 50 3 HIST 121 — Survey of Western Civilization
Western Civ. II — 1648 to present 50 3 HIST 122 — Survey of Western Civilization