Fulfill the Gordon Rule requirements;
Be registered at UCF during the semester of graduation.
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Awarding of CLEP credit is subject to the conditions listed below.
UCF courses that are required by the General Education Program also may be used to satisfy the Gordon Rule. "Gordon Rule" requirements may be satisfied by the General Education Program as follows:
Frequently Asked Questions - Undergraduate Admissions
Earn a minimum of 120 unduplicated credit hours with at least a "C" average (2.0 GPA) for all UCF course work attempted. Some majors require more than 120 hours;
Freshman Applicants - Undergraduate Admissions
The University of Central Florida provides a number of options by which students may shorten the time required to complete the baccalaureate degree. These options permit the University to recognize high levels of academic achievement and acquisition of knowledge prior to or during attendance at the University. Procedures that may be used include the Advanced Placement Program (AP), the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), University Course Credit by Examination, DANTES, and the International Baccalaureate. A maximum of 45 credit hours in any combination of extension, AP, IB, correspondence, CLEP, Armed Forces Service School Credits, and University Credit by Examination will be accepted by the University for application toward an undergraduate degree. In addition, there are accelerated Undergraduate - Graduate Programs linking the bachelor's and Master's degree listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.
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Earn a minimum of 25% of the total hours required for the degree in residence at UCF. For programs that require the minimum of 120 total hours, residency will be 30 hours. For programs that exceed 120 hours, the specific residency requirement increases proportionally and is listed with the requirements for the specific degree program;