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Exam TypeExam nameMinimum ScoreCredit Hours
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ACCT201Accounting Foundations I
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An introductory course for accounting principles emphasizing the operation of a business as a sole proprietorship and covers the complete accounting cycle for merchandising and service entities.CLEPFinancial Accounting503
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DSSTPrinciples of Financial Accounting473
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General Business Credit
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Credits that can be applied to a number of different BUSN course credits.DSSTBusiness Law II443
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DSSTBusiness Mathematics4003
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DSSTPersonal Finance4003
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DSSTPrinciples of Supervision4003
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BUSN120Introduction to Business
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This course provides a broad study and analysis of the philosophy, environment, and language of business. It introduces students to contemporary business principles, practices, and terminology. The major functional areas of business, including short and long-term financing (including the securities market), forms of ownership, banking marketing and management are examined.DSSTIntroduction to Business4003
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FINC211Corporate Finance
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A course that covers the fundamental principles of corporate finance including various methods of company analysis, the term structure of interest rates, the relationship between risk and return, time value of money principles, security analysis, cost of capital and capital structure, and capital budgeting techniques.DSSTPrinciples of Finance4003
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FINC220Money and Banking
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A study of the United States banking system, as well as how the government and the Federal Reserve Board influence bank operations and US monetary policy. Students will become acquainted with the principals of monetary theory and how the banking system is a key player in its implementation.DSSTMoney and Banking483
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HRMG213Human Resource Management
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This course is an overview of responsibilities of a human resource management department in a business setting. The elements of job analysis, recruitment, selection, training and assessment, are described.DSSTHuman Resource Management463
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LEGL210Business Law Foundations
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A survey course that covers the fundamental principles of business law, including the legal system, dispute resolution, government regulation torts, and crimes affecting business, contracts, sales, and agency.CLEPIntroductory Business Law503
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MGMT211Management Foundations
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A course that provides a foundation in basic management principles with special application and focus on the supervisory level of management. The five universal functions of management are explored.CLEPPrinciples of Management503
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MGMT321Organizational Behavior
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A course designed to provide students with an understanding of organizations, by combining theory with application relating to motivation, group behaviors, power, politics, conflict, leadership, decision-making, communications, organizational design, and changeDSSTOrganizational Behavior483
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MKTG211Marketing Foundations
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This course explores the role of marketing in society and in the success of an organization. Students learn & apply the strategies, tactics & terminology used by market–oriented businesses.CLEPPrinciples of Marketing503
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Communication
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COMM120Presentation Techniques
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This course introduces and applies the theories and principles of effective communication to a variety of interpersonal, social, and business situations. Students learn to organize and present clear, logical messages to specific audiences.DSSTPrinciples of Public Speaking473
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Foreign Languages Exam TypeExam nameMinimum ScoreCredit Hours
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FREN111 & FREN121 Introduction to French & Intermediate French
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Basic language courses in French for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in FREN111 & FREN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in FREN111 & FREN121 & FREN211 & FREN221.CLEPFrench Language - level 1 & 2506
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FREN211 & FREN221Intermediate French & Advanced French
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Intermediate language courses in French for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in FREN111 & FREN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in FREN111 & FREN121 & FREN211 & FREN221.CLEPFrench Language - level 1 & 2596 (12 total)
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GRMN111 & GRMN121Introduction to German & Intermediate German
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Basic language courses in German for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in GRMN111 & GRMN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in GRMN111 & GRMN121 & GRMN211 & GRMN221.CLEPGerman Language – level 1 & 2506
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GRMN211 & GRMN221Intermediate German & Advanced German
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Intermediate language courses in German for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in GRMN111 & GRMN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in GRMN111 & GRMN121 & GRMN211 & GRMN221.CLEPGerman Language – level 1 & 2606 (12 total)
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SPAN111 & SPAN 121Introduction to Spanish & Intermediate Spanish
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Basic language courses in Spanish for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in SPAN111 & SPAN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in SPAN111 & SPAN121 & SPAN211 &SPAN221.CLEPSpanish Language – level 1 & 2506
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SPAN211 & SPAN221Intermediate Spanish & Advanced Spanish
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Intermediate language courses in Spanish for non-native speakers with a focus on workplace and social conversation. A score of 50-58 earns 6 credit hours in SPAN111 & SPAN121. A score of 59 or above earns 12 credit hours in SPAN111 & SPAN121 & SPAN211 &SPAN221.CLEPSpanish Language – level 1 & 2636 (12 total)
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History and Social SciencesExam TypeExam nameMinimum ScoreCredit Hours
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Open Elective
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Credits that can be applied to a number of different course credits.DSSTIntroduction to Law Enforcement453
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ECON200Economics
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This course introduces students to economics. Students learn the basics of supply and demand; the market economy; elasticity; the foundation of consumer demand; the theory of the business firm and costs of production; the market structures of perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition; theories of labor unions and wages; antitrust policy; and the microeconomic view of international business.CLEPPrinciples of Microeconomics503
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ECON201Economics
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This course introduces students to economics, the schools of economic thought, and international economics. Students learn the methodology, concepts, and terminology of macroeconomics, including principles, theories, and tools. They also study banking, money, the Federal Reserve System, and monetary theory. In addition, macroeconomic problems such as inflation, unemployment, economic growth, and globalization are discussed.CLEPPrinciples of Macroeconomics503
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HIST211Early United States History
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A course that teaches a survey of the history of the United States from prehistory through the Reconstruction period.CLEPHistory of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877503
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HIST212Modern United States History
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A course that teaches essential concepts of U.S. history from the end of Reconstruction through the growth of modern America.CLEPHistory of the united States II: 1865 to the Present503
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General Humanities Credit
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Credits that can be applied to a number of different HUMN course credits.CLEPWestern Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648503
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CLEPWestern Civilization II: 1648 to Present503
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POLS111American Government
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A course that introduces students to American politics, the political process, and the evolution of American government at the national, state, and local levels.CLEPAmerican Government503
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PSMG102Criminal Justice Foundations
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A course that provides an introduction and career orientation to the field of law enforcement and criminal justice.DSSTCriminal Justice4003
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PSYC101Introductory Psychology
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A course that provides an overview of psychological principles including basic theories and concepts.CLEPIntroductory Psychology503
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SOCY101Introductory Sociology
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A course that provides an overview of sociological theory. Students learn sociological models of society; basic units of social life and social institutions; and fundamental social processes.CLEPIntroductory Sociology503
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General Social Science Credit
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Credit will be counted as general SOSC course credit.CLEPHuman Growth and Development503
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CLEPIntroduction to Educational Psychology503
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CLEPSocial Sciences and History506
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DSSTWestern Europe Since 1945453
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DSSTAn Introduction to the Modern Middle East473
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DSSTRise and Fall of the Soviet Union453
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DSSTA History of the Vietnam War443
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DSSTThe Civil War and Reconstruction473
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DSSTFoundations of Education463
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DSSTLifespan Developmental Psychology463
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DSSTGeneral Anthropology473
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DSSTSubstance Abuse4003
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DSSTFundamentals of Counseling453
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SOSC221Comparative Religion
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A course that provides an overview of various world religions, both ancient and modern, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.DSSTIntroduction to World Religions4003
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SOSC241World Regional Geography
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A course that teaches concepts and principles of world geography with particular emphasis on regions and places.DSSTHuman/Cultural Geography483
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Humanities
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General Humanities Credit
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Credit will be counted as General HUMN course credit.CLEPHumanities506
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BUSN210Professional Ethics
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This course explores applied ethics, focusing on social and professional situations especially in the fields of business, law, and technology. Students learn ethical theory as they examine the complexities of ethical dilemmas.DSSTEthics in America4003
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DSSTBusiness Ethics and Society4003
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HUMN101Arts and Culture
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A course that uses an interdisciplinary approach to explore the fine arts, philosophy, and historical perspectives within and among various Western and non-Western cultural traditions.DSSTArt of the Western World483
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Information Technology and SystemsExam TypeExam nameMinimum ScoreCredit Hours
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BITS209Dynamic Presentations
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In this course students will learn to enhance presentations with custom animations, transitions, action controls, and a variety of multimedia objects. In addition to design techniques, students study the tools for professionally delivering a presentation within various environments.CertiportMOS 603 PowerPointN/A1
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BITS211Microcomputer Applications: Spreadsheet
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Students create and manipulate spreadsheets with MS Excel to solve business applications. Advanced features, including data validation, linked workbooks, pivot tables lookup functions, solver & scenario manager will be covered.CertiportMOS 602 ExcelN/A3
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