College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Carroll awards credits for CLEP exam performance.
To earn college credit for CLEP performance, you must receive a qualifying score of 50 or higher on the computerized CLEP exam and submit official score reports from the College Board to Carroll.
Request your official scores be sent to Carroll at the time of testing or visit the The College Board to download a request form after you test. While CLEP credits are accepted, Carroll is not a CLEP test site.
Review the chart below to determine CLEP course equivalencies.
|CLEP Exams||Carroll Courses|| Carroll
|Business Law, Introductory||BUAD-205||3|
| Information Systems and
|Micro Economics, Principles of||ECON-101||3|
|Macro Economics, Principles of||ECON-102||3|
| Western Civilization I:
Ancient Near East to 1648
| Western Civilization II:
1648 to Present
| History of the U.S. I:
| History of the U.S. II:
1865 to the Present
|African American History||HIST Elective||3|
|Humanities (Fine Arts only)||HUMT Elective||3|
|College Mathematics||MATH Elective||3|
|Marketing, Principles of||MKTG-201||3|
|Natural Sciences||SCI Elective||6|
Credit may be granted for additional CLEP exams other than those listed above. See the appropriate department chairperson for information. For additional information, review the Credit for Prior Learning policy.
When transferring to a four year institution, CLEP credits are evaluated based on the scores that the transfer institution accepts. Official scores need to be forwarded to the transfer institution directly from College Board at that time.