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Credit By Exam

Marylhurst's Credit by Examination (CBE) Program is one of several ways undergraduate students can earn credits for experiential or non-credit learning, applicable to any area of their degree plans including meeting requirements for the Marylhurst Core.

These exams are scored in accordance with uniform guidelines by independent evaluators.  You can learn details about exam subjects, passing scores, and MCore requirements in the current Credit by Examination Guidelines.

For descriptions of exam subjects, study suggestions and testing centers for DSST, CLEP and Excelsior Programs, go to the specific Program's website (NYUFLP exams are administered at Marylhurst):

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Timothy Merritt Presents at Literature Conference

Timothy Merritt, English & new media student, presented An Apple Cleft in Two: Batman and Joker as Shadows of the Self in Death of the Family at the Northwest Undergraduate Literature Conference in March 2015.

Students, Alumni, Faculty Present at PNW-AAR/SBL Meeting

Students, alumni and faculty from the interdisciplinary and religious studies programs presented at the annual meeting for the Pacific Northwest region's American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature, held on the Marylhurst campus in March 2015.

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June 03, 2015

Prior Learning Assessment Information Session

For those interested in receiving college credit for documented college-level learning from employment, volunteer work, or other learning experienc...

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July 07, 2015

NYUFLP Testing - Summer Term Registration Deadline

Marylhurst University offers credit to students through the NYU Language Proficiency Exam. To take NYU testing for this term, admitted degree stude...

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August 03, 2015 – August 06, 2015

NYUFLP Testing - Summer Term Test Week

Marylhurst University offers credit to students through the NYU Foreign Language Proficiency Exam. For NYU testing this term, admitted degree stu...

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