For more information, please contact Ms. Darlene Smith in the Registrar’s Office at 251.442.2541 or email@example.com.
CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
一道本不卡免费高清University of Mobile allows students the opportunity to earn course credit by examination in specified circumstances. A maximum of 30 semester hours of credit by examination may be awarded. Credit obtained in this manner will not be considered in the computation of GPA. Credit by examination may be awarded by 1) challenge examination, 2) College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), 3) Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations, 4) International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, and/or 5) Defense Activity for Traditional Education Support (DANTES). More information about credit by examination may be obtained from the Vice President for Academic Affairs and/or Registrar. Additional information can be viewed in the University of Mobile Catalog or on the University’s website at www.unictc-tech.com.
With the permission of the instructor and of the director of the center or dean of the college or school or in which the course is offered, a student may request course credit by challenge examination. The student must then apply for the challenge examination through the registrar’s office. Credit for the examination will be recorded on the transcript as challenge with the course number identified and pass/fail credit noted. No letter grade or hours attempted will be recorded.
一道本不卡免费高清Students who have failed a specific course may not apply to attempt a challenge examination for that course. Upon request, the Academic Affairs Committee will review extenuating circumstances. A testing fee and a fee per course will be charged for each course challenged. These fees should be paid to the Business Office prior to taking the exam.
COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM (CLEP)
Satisfactory scores on the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) examinations are to be accepted as a substitute for and as successful completion of the corresponding courses at the University of Mobile. A satisfactory CLEP score will earn as many hours of credit without a letter grade as the course carries for which it substitutes. A test score that is five years old or older may not be recorded on a student’s transcript at the University of Mobile. Once a CLEP score has been recorded, however, it will be recorded as permanent credit. A student may not apply CLEP credit when this credit duplicates that which a student has already earned through coursework (including D’s and F’s). A mean score of 50 is accepted unless otherwise stipulated. No charges are made for credit granted under the CLEP Program; however, a fee is charged for recording a course on a student’s record. More information about CLEP exams accepted by the University of Mobile may be found through the office of the registrar.
More information about CLEP examination testing sites, testing procedures, and the descriptions of the examinations may be obtained from http://www.collegeboard.org.
CLEP examinations accepted by the University of Mobile are listed below.