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How many hours will you allow a student to CLEP for an Associate Degree?
The maximum number of non-traditional credits that may be counted toward graduation depends
upon the particular program of study.
- No more than 15 credit hours earned through CLEP may be counted toward the general education
requirements of the associate in arts degree.
- No more than nine credit hours earned through CLEP may be counted toward the general
education requirements of the associate in science or associate in applied science degree.
- No more than 75% of a program may be completed with transfer coursework or non-traditional
credits; a student must complete at least 25% of program requirements with Pensacola State