Missouri Constitution Test

CLEP Information

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a national program that offers the opportunity to obtain college credit through examination. The CLEP examinations at Lincoln University are administered through Institutional Research & Assessment. To obtain credit for knowledge of the Missouri Constitution, a student taking the CLEP examination in U.S. history must also take a locally administered examination on the state constitution.

Area 5 of General Education Requirements

United States and Missouri Constitution requirement 3 hrs.

Select one of the following:

HIS 205
US History I
HIS 206
US History II
PSC 203 American National Government
PSC 203H Honors American National Government
PSC 204 American State and local Government

If you will be graduating this semester and have not taken a course as outlined under the law requirement, you must take and pass the Missrouri Constitution Test in order to graduate.

If you need further guidance, you may wish to speak with your advisor. They can go over your classes with you and assist you in determining which route will work best for you to ensure a timely graduation.

Contact Information

In order to sign up to take the Missouri Constitution Test, you will need to contact Dr. Brian Norris. you will need to provide him your name and Student I.D. Number. You will then be enrolled in the Missouri Constitution Test in Canvas. There you will be able to retrieve study material to prepare for the Test. The Test is usally a proctored exam in the computer lab.

411 Martin Luther King Hall, (573) 681-5119, norrisb@lincolnu.edu

For more information contact:
Dr. Brian Norris
411 Martin Luther King Hall
(573) 681-5119
norrisb@lincolnu.edu