Institutional Credit

[For credit from other colleges or universities see TRANSFER CREDIT]


Advanced Placement   International Baccalaureate    CLEP    Credit for Prior Learning    

Horseback Riding     Foreign Language

 

CREDIT FROM MILITARY

Undergraduate students may receive elective credits from military training/service through the American Council on Education (ACE) recommendations. Student must request an official copy of their (ACE) military transcript be sent directly to Asbury University.  Maximum credit from military service is 24 credits. In the traditional undergraduate program military service can satisfy PED 100 and PE 111.  Any more specific courses being credited from the military transcript would be based on a case by case examination.

 

ADVANCE CREDIT BY EXAMINATION

Incoming students may be granted academic credit on the basis of tests administered by the College Board Advanced Placement Program (AP), the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and the International Baccalaureate (IB)

Asbury University grants such credit only on the basis of original documentation and does not grant transfer credit for institutional examinations or credit given by other colleges or universities.  Student should arrange to have original documents of AP, CLEP, and/or IB scores sent directly to the Office of the Registrar at Asbury University.  Student score reports are not considered official.

 

IB: Asbury University recognizes the International Baccalaureate program and grants credit on a course by course basis to students submitting appropriate scores of 5, 6, or 7 on these examinations.  Credit is awarded for SL and HL courses.

 

AP and CLEP credit: See the following charts for the tests allowed and the required grades required for advance credit through these exams. 

AP: Asbury University grants credit for the following College Board Advanced Placement examinations:

Examination

Minimum Score

Asbury Course(s)

Credit Granted

Art Studio 2D

3

ART 111

3

Art Studio 3D

3

ART 112

3

Art Studio Drawing

3

ART 123

3

Art History

3

ART 251

3

Biology

3

BIO 100/101

4

 

4

BIO 201, 203

4

 

5

BIO 201/203, 202/204

8

Calculus AB

3

MAT 132

3

 

4

MAT 181

4

Calculus BC

2

MAT 132

3

 

3

MAT 181

4

Chemistry

3

CHE 111/113

4

 

4

CHE 121/123

4

 

5

CHE 121/123, 122/124

8

Chinese

3

CHN 102, 201

6

 

4

CHN 102, 201, 151

9

Computer Science

3

CSC 121

4

Comparative Gov/Pol

3

PS 301

3

Economics/Micro

3

ECN 272

3

Economics/Macro

3

ECN 273

3

English (Lang/Comp)*

4

ENG 110

3

 

5

ENG 151

3

English (Lit/Comp)*

4

ENG 110

3

 

5

ENG 151, 205

6

Environmental Science

3

BIO 217, 219

4

European History

3

HIS 102

3

 

4

HIS 101, 102

6

French

3

FRN 102, 201

6

 

4

FRN 102, 201, 291

9

Government/Politics

3

PS 101

3

Human Geography

3

GEO 211

3

Latin

3

LAT 102, 201

6

 

4

LAT 102, 201, 202

9

Music Theory

4

MTH 111, 121

3.5

Physics B

3

PHY 201

4

 

4

PHY 201, 202

8

Physics C Mech

3

PHY 211

5

Physics C E & M

3

PHY 212

5

Psychology

3

PSY 101

3

Spanish

3

SPN 102, 201

6

 

4

SPN 102, 201, 291

9

Statistics

3

MAT 232

3

U. S. History

3

HIS 201

3

 

4

HIS 201, 202

6

World History

3

HIS 350

3

 

 

 

 

*Qualifying scores in Both English Lang/Comp & English Lit/Comp earns 3.0 extra  elective credits

 

CLEP:  Asbury University does not recognize work done on the General College Level Examination Program given by CLEP but does recognize a number of the CLEP Subject Examinations as follows;

CLEP TEST

Minimum Score

Asbury Course(s)

Credit granted

American Government

50

PS 101

3

American Literature

50

ENG 261

3

Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

50

ENG 230

3

General Biology

55

BIO 100, 101

4

Calculus

50

MAT 181

3

College Algebra

50

MAT 111

3

College Composition (not Modular)

50

ENG 110

3

English Literature

50

ENG 231

3

French Language

50

FRN 201

3

French Language

66

FRN 201, 291

6

German Language

50

GER 201

3

German Language

66

GER 201, 251

6

Human Growth and Development

50

ED 230

2

Introductory Psychology

50

PSY 100

3

Introductory Sociology

50

SOC 100

3

Precalculus

50

MAT 112

3

Principles of Macroeconomics

50

ECN 273

3

Principles of Microeconomics

50

ECN 272

3

Spanish Language

50

SPN 201

3

Spanish Language

66

SPN 201, 291

6

U.S. History I: Early Colonization to 1877

50

HIS 201

3

U.S. History II: 1865 to the Present

50

HIS 202

3

Western Civ I: Ancient Near East to 1648

50

HIS 101

3

Western Civ II: 1648 to the Present

50

HIS 102

3

 

 

CREDIT BY PRIOR LEARNING  

Adult Professional Studies Undergraduates

Students entering the APS degree completion program can earn additional semester units through Credit by Prior Learning (CPL) or Credit by Demonstrated Competency (CDC).  A maximum of 24 credit hours toward graduation may be earned through CDC/CPL. These units can come from a variety of different sources including, but not limited to, military training, workshops, seminars, self-study, non-credit classes, training programs, and work experience. 

1. Those wishing to apply for CDC/CPL credit will be expected to attend a workshop describing the process and expectations before beginning the process of a CDC/CPL application.

2. The student must coordinate the CDC/CPL process with the ADULT PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Program Director.

3. The University evaluates and grants appropriate units for the student’s learning (not just the experience) from the submitted sources. As much as possible the criteria recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) will be used to evaluate student submissions for credit. 

4. The University may assess a Portfolio Evaluation Fee for credit hours applied for at the following rates:

                   1-9 credits   $30.00 per credit

                10-19 credits $300.00  flat fee

                20-24 credits $600.00  flat fee

Students are assessed the appropriate CPL/CDC fee regardless of whether the amount of credit applied for is granted.

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT IN HORSEBACK RIDING

Traditional Undergraduates

Degree-seeking EQS majors or minors in the traditional undergraduate program may apply for and be granted academic credit for EQM 130 (Beginning Horseback Riding) and/or EQM 131 (Intermediate Horseback Riding)  through this institutional placement procedure by meeting the following requirements:

1. Take the necessary departmental proficiency examination and receive a score qualifying for institutional placement.

2. Submit to the Registrar's Office an application for credit upon successful completion (C- or higher) of EQM 251 (Horse Training) class.

3. A $20.00 per hour processing fee will be posted to the student’s account when the application is processed.

4. These credits apply to the major/minor, but do not count as physical edcuation activity credit.

 

INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Traditional Undergraduates

Degree-seeking traditional undergraduates may apply for and be granted academic credit for any waived foreign language (101, through fourth semester 202, 251 or 291 appropriate to their language) through this institutional placement procedure by the following requirements:

1. Take the necessary departmental proficiency examination, administered each year by the Ancient & Modern Languages Department, and receive a score qualifying for institutional placement. Forms are available from the Ancient & Modern Languages Department where the process is initiated.

2. Submit to the Registrar's Office an application form for credit to be received AFTER successful completion (C- or higher) of a higher language course of the same prefix.

3. A $20.00 per hour processing fee will be posted to the student’s account when the application is processed.

4. This foreign language option is only available for languages offered at Asbury University.

 

 

 

2013-14 BULLETIN  08/14/2013