b'The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) enables colleges to evaluate achievement and award credit. A wide range of college-level examinations is offered by CLEP to anyone who wishes to participate. The CLEP exam can only be taken once every six months. Scores on the tests are reported to the student and the appropriate college, employer, or individual: A.Credit for the CLEP Examinations will be awarded if the scores meet or exceed the minimum ACE recommended scores standard. Students taking CLEP tests before July 1st 2001 should refer to the college catalog for the year the test was taken for scoring requirements. B.All courses listed in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Catalog are eligible for credit if CLEP has an established examination in that subject. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is an approved limited CLEP testing site. See the campus Assessment Center proctor to schedule a CLEP examination. C.To receive credit through CLEP a person must enroll in MGCCC to take additional semester hour credit courses. D.The appropriate course numbers and semester hour credit awarded through the use of CLEP will be placed on the student\'s transcript under the heading "credit awarded by CLEP." Grade of CR is recorded. E.Students must consult university of their choice for specific transferability of CLEP credit. F.Credit for the CLEP Subject Examinations will be awarded in the following courses: (Students in the School of Nursing and Health Professions should consult department chairperson about acceptable credit.) CLEP Subject AreaMGCCC EquivalentSem. Hrs.Score Req. Business:Information SystemsCSC 1123 350 Financial AccountingACC 2213 350 Introductory Business LawBAD 2413 350 Principles of MarketingMMT 1113 350 Principles of ManagementMMT 2213 350 Composition and Literature:American LiteratureENG 2223, ENG 2233 650 College CompositionENG 1113 350 College Composition ModularENG 1113 350 English Composition IIENG 1123 350 English LiteratureENG 2323, ENG 2333 650 Analyzing and InterpretingENG 1123 350 Literature Humanities*:Modern Languages:(Level 2 scoring 4 semesters awarded) French LanguageLevels 1 & 2MFL 1113, MFL 1123 650MFL 2113, MFL 2123 1259 Spanish LanguageLevels 1 & 2MFL 1213, MFL 1223 650MFL 2213, MFL 2223 1263 Science and Mathematics:College Math*MAT 0123, MAT 1233 650 CalculusMAT 1613 350 College AlgebraMAT 1313 350 Pre-CalculusMAT 1343 350 BiologyBIO 1134, BIO 1144 850 ChemistryCHE 1214 450 Natural Sciences* 650 Social Sciences:American GovernmentPSC 1113 350 History of the United States IHIS 2213 350 History of the United States IIHIS 2223 350 Human Growth and Development EPY 2533 350 Introductory PsychologyPSY 1513 350 Principles of MacroeconomicsECO 2113 350 56'