02.05 -

Credit by Examination
A student who wishes to have the privilege of examination for degree credit must be in residence and in good academic standing.
A student may take examinations for degree credit in courses offered in the college, without formally enrolling in them with the exception of English composition courses (see HSR2.05.05) (Am 25 May 00)
Arrangements for examinations for degree credit must be made in advance with the Associate Dean of the college and (where the student's major department requires it) with the student's academic advisor. The approval of the Associate Dean of the college, the instructor who is appointed to give the examination, and the academic advisor (where required by the major department) are necessary before the examination may be given. (Am 25 May 00)
The results of all examinations for degree credit, either with grades or with a satisfactory/no credit report, are entered upon the student's record in the same manner as they are entered in regular courses of instruction. (Am 25 May 00)
English composition requirements may not be met with credit by examination (En 30 May 96)