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Waiver By Exam

Course Waiver by CLEP Examination

Who is eligible?

Graduate business applicants who have received full admission are eligible to waive the foundational level courses listed below if minimum score requirements are achieved.

Conditionally admitted students are not eligible to use CLEP to waive foundational level courses.

How can you receive a course waiver by examination?

To receive a course waiver, students must achieve the following minimum scores on the equivalent CLEP exam:

Course No. Title CLEP Subject Exam Minimum Score Required    
ECON 5F70    Foundations of Business Economics Principles of Microeconomics AND
Principles of Macroeconomics
50
MANA 5F50 Foundations of Management & Strategy Principles of Management 50
MARK 5F50 Foundations of Marketing Principles of Marketing 50

 

 For more information on cost, study guides, or to register for CLEP exams, visit the College Board website at http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/exams.html.

Official scores must be submitted directly to University of Dallas by College Board. Contact your Admissions Counselor for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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