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OU offers a number of departmental prior learning assessment examinations. The fee for each examination is $50 per credit hour. Interested students should consult with an academic advisor during enrollment before scheduling an examination.

All examinations are administered by the Center for Independent and Distance Learning (CIDL) with the exception of aviation exams. Students need to contact the Chief Flight Instructor in the Aviation Department directly for information on those examinations at (405) 325-7018 or (405) 325-7277.

For the examinations administered by CIDL, students should consult the Prior Learning Assessment website for information or call (405) 325-1921.

DEPARTMENT AND COURSE #

TITLE OF COURSE

CR. HOURS

ARAB 1115

Beginning Arabic

5

ARAB 1225

Beginning Arabic Continued

5

ARAB 2113

Intermediate Arabic

3

ARAB 2223

Intermediate Arabic Continued

3

ARAB 3113

Advanced Arabic

3

ARAB 3223

Advanced Arabic Continued

3

CHEM 1315

General Chemistry

5

CHEM 1415

General Chemistry Continued

5

CS 1313

Programming for Non-Majors

3

CS 1323

Introduction to Computer Programming

3

CS 2334

Programming Structures & Abstractions

4

CS 2413Data Structures3

CS 2813

Discrete Structures

3

CHIN 1115

Beginning Chinese

5

CHIN 1225

Beginning Chinese Continued

5

CHIN 2113

Intermediate Chinese

3

CHIN 2223

Intermediate Chinese Continued

3

CHIN 3113

Advanced Chinese I

3

CHIN 3223

Advanced Chinese II

3

* ECON 1113

Principles of Economics (macro)

3

* ECON 1123

Principles of Economics (micro)

3

* ECON 2843

Elements of Statistics

3

FR 2113

Intermediate French

3

FR 2223

Intermediate French Continued

3

GERM 2113

Intermediate German

3

GERM 3423

Advanced German Composition

3

GERM 3523

Advanced German Conversation

3

HEBR 1115

Beginning Hebrew

5

HEBR 1225

Beginning Hebrew Continued

5

HEBR 2113

Intermediate Hebrew

3

ITAL 1115

Beginning Italian

5

ITAL 1225

Beginning Italian II

5

ITAL 2113

Intermediate Italian

3

ITAL 2223

Intermediate Italian Continued

3

JAPN 1115

Beginning Japanese

5

JAPN 1225

Beginning Japanese Continued

5

JAPN 2113

Intermediate Japanese

3

JAPN 2223

Intermediate Japanese Continued

3

JAPN 3113

Advanced Japanese I

3

JAPN 3223

Advanced Japanese II

3

LAT 2113

Intermediate Latin Prose

3

* MATH 1473

Math for Critical Thinking

3

* MATH 1503

College Algebra

3

* MATH1523

Precalculus and Trigonometry

3

* MATH 1643

Functions and Modeling for Business, Life, and Social Sciences

3

* MATH 1743

Calculus I for Business, Life, and Social Sciences

3

* MATH 1823Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3
* MATH 1914Differential and Integral Calculus I
4

* MATH 2213

Math Systems

3

* MATH 2423

Calculus and Analytic Geometry ll

3

* MATH 2433

Calculus and Analytic Geometry lll

3

* MATH 2443

Calculus and Analytic Geometry IV

3

* MATH 2924Differential and Integral Calculus II4
* MATH 2934Differential and Integral Calculus III
4
MGT 3013Principles of Organizations and Management3
MKT 3013Principles of Marketing3
PERS 1115Beginning Persian5
PERS 1225Beginning Persian Continued5
PERS 2113Intermediate Persian
3

PSY 1113

Elements of Psychology

3

PORT 1115

Beginning Portuguese

5

PORT 1225

Beginning Portuguese Continued

5

PORT 2113

Intermediate Portuguese

3

PORT 2223

Intermediate Portuguese Continued

3

PORT 3113

Advanced Portuguese

3

PORT 3223Advanced Portuguese Continued3

RUSS 1115

Beginning Russian

5

RUSS 1225

Beginning Russian Continued

5

RUSS 2113

Intermediate Russian

3

RUSS 2223

Intermediate Russian Continued

3

RUSS 3073

Russian Conversation

3

RUSS 3323

Advanced Russian Reading and Composition

3

RUSS 3423

Advanced Russian Reading and Composition Cont.

3

RUSS 4613

Advanced Russian Conversation

3

SPAN 2113

Intermediate Spanish

3

SPAN 2223

Intermediate Spanish Continued

3

SPAN 3073

Grammar in Conversation

3

SPAN 3423

Grammar in Written Communication

3

*Departmental approval required prior to taking the examination.

A placement examination is a departmental examination which is given to determine a student’s level of competence in a subject and to place that student in the course where the probability of his or her success seems greatest. Performance on placement examinations does not result in the awarding of academic credit, but students who successfully place into advanced level courses may—with departmental approval—be able to establish prior learning assessment credit in lower division courses. For specific information about procedures regarding advanced placement and establishing prior learning assessment credit, contact the responsible departments.