Institutional Exemption Exam
A currently enrolled or accepted program student may receive course credit by passing an institutional exemption exam if one is offered. The exam may be written and/or performance based and validates competencies in skills the student would obtain through actual enrollment in the course.
The following conditions govern credit by exemption exam:
- Student may not be currently enrolled in the class for which exemption is attempted.
- An exemption exam may not be attempted during the same term for which student withdrew from the course he/she is attempting to exempt.
- Credit by exam is prohibited for any course in which a grade of "D" or "F" has been earned by the student.
- An exemption exam can be taken only once.
- No more than 23 semester hours may be earned by institutional credit exam.
- Payment of applicable exemption exam fee must be made prior to taking the exemption exam. Charges for the exam are nonrefundable and are not covered by financial aid.
- No fee shall be charged to students taking an exam to validate competency following completion of required modules in a learning support class.