Testing For Credit Credit by Exam DANTES (Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support) Del Mar Course Examination Passing Score: ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting 60 ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation 44 BMGT 1327 Principles of Management 48 BUSI 1301 Business Principles 54 CETT 1403 DC Circuits 46 COSC 1301 or CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice 50 CRIJ 1307 Criminal Justice 50 GEOG 1303 Geography 60 GERM 1411 Beginning German I 45 GERM 1412 Beginning German II 48 HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles 45 ITSC 1301 Introduction to Computers 56 MRKG 1311 Principles of Marketing 51 PSYC 2314 Life Span Developmental Psychology (Student must pass an essay exam administered by the psychology faculty.) 55 RELE 1406 Principles of Real Estate 48 CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Subject Examinations Del Mar Course Examination Passing Score ACCT 2301 Accounting 50 BIOL 1406 Biology 50 BIOL 1407 Biology 50 BMGT 1327 Principles of Management 47 BUSI 2302 Business Law 51 CHEM Chemistry (See below) ENGL 1301 College Composition (Essay section required) 55 ENGL 2326 Readings in American Literature (Essay section required) 50 FREN 1411, 1412 Level I 44 FREN 2311, 2312 Level II 55 GERM 1411, 1412 Level I 44 GERM 2311, 2312 Level II 58 GOVT 2302 American Government 52 MRKG 1311 Principles of Marketing 48 PSYC 2301 General Psychology 55 CHEMISTRY NOTE: Course and number of hours credited depend on exams successfully completed. May require chairperson’s evaluation of scores and student’s credentials, including high school transcript and record of laboratory work. Departmental ExamsEach department chairperson sets the requirements to meet in order to take a departmental examination for credit. Generally, you are eligible to apply for this exam if you earned predominantly “A” grades in the subject in high schooland scored exceptionally high on a nationally-recognized test and/or if you can demonstrate to the department chairperson significant and relevant experience in the subject area.Departmental exams will not be given for developmental courses, nor for any course in which you are presently enrolled. Arrangements for testing are made through the department chairpersons. Evaluation Of Credentials For Credit You may earn credit by departmental evaluation of your credentials when such learning can be documented as substantially equivalent to a Del Mar course. Credit will be accepted and applied from the following: • Nontraditional transcripts (armed forces schools, real estate boards, American Institute of Banking, hospital schools, cosmetology schools) • State or national board exams (Vocational Nurse Education, Registered Nurse Education, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Surgical Technology) • Experience in business, military administration and industry • High school programs or military training included in written articulation agreements with the College. Policies And Procedures For Earning Credit It’s important to understand the policies and procedures for credit by exam and evaluation of credentials. Policies Only if you are currently enrolled or are a former Del Mar College student are you eligible to apply for credit. Informal evaluation will be done free of charge. Credit by exam - College Board Advance Placement (AP), College Board Achievement Exam (SAT II), College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support (DANTES) will be accepted as “credit only” (CR) and will not affect your Grade Point Average (GPA). Only an “A” or “B” grade receives credit for departmental exams. Grade points are given for a departmental exam and a footnote indicating that credit was obtained by examination will be indicated on your transcript. Credit earned by evaluation of credentials will be determined by the pass/fail method. No grade other than “CR,” the number of credit hours, course number and title are recorded on your transcript. Examinations offered at Del Mar College can be retaken only after six months have elapsed. Some departmental examinations cannot be retaken. Credit by examination satisfies degree requirements in the same way as credit earned by passing courses, except that it cannot be used to satisfy the 25 percent of semester credit hours earned at Del Mar College, which is the residency requirement for graduation. Credit may not be earned by examination for most performance oriented courses, such as music ensembles, drama productions, dance performances, radio-television shows, speech competitions, physical activities, etc. Procedures Policies and Procedures for Having your Military Experience/Education Evaluated for Credit Request your College Credit for Heroes Transcript by completing the following steps: Create a College Credit for Heroes (CCH) account or register as a guest user at: https://www.collegecreditforheroes.org/ Login with your username and password Official Evaluation - Request an official evaluation/transcript by filling out the online official military evaluation request form. Use the instructions provided to have official copies of your transcripts from the military as well as any additional official documentation required sent to CCH. This is a required step to request a College Credit for Heroes transcript be sent to Del Mar College [Please note: If your CLEP, DANTES (DSST) and Excelsior exam results are listed on your military transcript, you do not need to request another copy of the transcript from those organizations directly. Upload your DD214 if you are a prior service member. Complete the Transcript Evaluation Request Form (TERF) on the reverse side of this document and submit it to the Registrar’s Office as soon as possible. Please note: Only if you are currently enrolled or are a former Del Mar College student are you eligible to apply for credit. Evaluation will be done free of charge. 25% of all coursework required for completion of your degree must be earned by completing courses at Del Mar College. Departmental Exams for Credit – Each Academic Department Chair sets the requirements to be met in order to take a departmental examination for credit. You may be eligible to apply for this exam if you earned predominantly “A” grades in the subject in high school, scored exceptionally high on a nationally recognized test, or if you can demonstrate to the department chair that you have significant and relevant experience in the subject area. Departmental exams are not given for developmental coursework. Contact your Department Chair for more information. Credit earned by evaluation of credentials will be determined by the pass/fail method. No grade other than “CR,” the number of credit hours, course number and title are recorded on your transcript If you do not request and receive a College Credit for Heroes transcript, you should complete the following steps Obtain a petition to record credit in the Registrar’s Office or the appropriate academic department. Have the petition signed by the department chairperson. Pay the required fee at the Business Office. Complete the examination or present documentation for evaluation, such as your Military transcript. If credit is granted, the results will be forwarded by the department chairperson, to the dean and to the Registrar’s Office. You can get more detailed information about testing procedures from the Testing Office at the Multiservice Center or both the East and West Campus Student Enrollment Centers.