MOOC Certification Exams (88)
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Corresponds to a one-semester course in abnormal psychology. Includes the historical background of abnormal psychology, the major conceptualizations, and the nature and description of psychological disorders, as well as their definitions, classifications, etiology, and major treatments. Assumes knowledge of concepts typically learned in an introductory psychology course. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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The American Government examination covers the scope and emphasis of material that is usually taught in a one-semester introductory course in American government and politics at the college level in the United States. These courses go beyond a general understanding of civics to incorporate political processes and behavior. The exam covers topics such as the institutions and policy processes of the federal government, the federal courts and civil liberties, political parties and interest groups, political beliefs and behavior, and the content and history of the Constitution.

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The American Literature examination covers material that is usually taught in a two-semester survey course (or the equivalent) at the college level. It deals with the prose and poetry written in the United States from colonial times to the present. It is primarily a test of knowledge about literary works their content, background and authors but also requires an ability to interpret poetry, fiction and nonfiction prose, as well as a familiarity with the terminology used by literary critics and historians. The examination emphasizes fiction and poetry and deals to a lesser degree with the essay, drama and autobiography.

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The Analyzing and Interpreting Literature examination covers material usually taught in a general two-semester undergraduate course in literature. Although the examination does not require familiarity with specific works, it does assume that you have read widely and perceptively in poetry, drama, fiction and nonfiction. The questions are based on passages supplied in the test. These passages have been selected so that no previous experience with them is required to answer the questions. The passages are taken primarily from American and British literature.

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Corresponds to an introductory, two-semester sequence of courses in anatomy and physiology. The examination measures knowledge and understanding of the integrative mechanisms that contribute to the functioning of the human body. Assumes familiarity with basic terms of biology and with concepts such as basic cell structure and function. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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This exam measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in an undergraduate course in genetics for non-biology majors. The content of the examination corresponds with course offerings such as Basic Genetics or Introduction to Heredity. The examination assumes a familiarity with introductory biology, general chemistry, and algebra. The examination tests for the basic concepts and terminology of transmission, molecular, and population genetics and the ability to apply this knowledge to solving problems in genetics and to understand the societal implications of genetic technologies.


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The examination corresponds to a one-semester course in bioethics. Measures knowledge and understanding of ethical theories related to bioethics, topics in clinical biomedical ethics, social topics in ethics, and environmental ethics. The examination assumes a familiarity with introductory ethics and philosophy. The examination tests for a knowledge of facts and terminology, an understanding of concepts and theories, and the student s ability to apply this knowledge and understanding in an analysis of the philosophical issues concerning biomedical and environmental ethics. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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The Biology examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college general biology course. The subject matter tested covers the broad field of the biological sciences, organized into three major areas: molecular and cellular biology, organismal biology and population biology.

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The examination measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in an upper-level undergraduate course in business ethics. The content of the examination is designed to assess mastery of business concepts, principles, and knowledge related to business ethics. In addition to factual knowledge, the exam evaluates students abilities to analyze and solve ethical problems, understand relationships, and interpret material. The exam may contain questions that require critical thinking and interpretation of situational factors related to the interaction of business, government, and society. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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This examination measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in an introductory undergraduate course in Business Law. The content of the examination corresponds with course offerings such as Introduction to Business Law or Business Law I. No prior knowledge of Business Law is required for this examination. This examination tests for knowledge and understanding of Business Law in pursuit of organizational goals and strategies. This examination specifically tests for a familiarity with the key legal issues and terms related to business law as well as an application of the legal tools needed to deal with real world legal/business issues within the US legal environment. The student will understand sources of law, dispute resolution, business ethics, criminal law as it relates to business, tort law, contracts, agency law, the various types of business organizations, and matters of real and intellectual property under US law. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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The UExcel examination in Calculus measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in the first semester of a lower-level sequence in Calculus. The content of the examination corresponds with course offerings commonly called Calculus I. The examination assumes a familiarity with Precalculus topics including algebra, trigonometry, and functions. It tests for knowledge of facts and terminology, an understanding of concepts and theories, and the student s ability to apply this knowledge and understanding in an analysis of problems n business, the sciences, and engineering. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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The Calculus examination covers skills and concepts that are usually taught in a one-semester college course in calculus. The content of each examination is approximately 60% limits and differential calculus and 40% integral calculus. Algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and general functions are included. The exam is primarily concerned with an intuitive understanding of calculus and experience with its methods and applications. Knowledge of preparatory mathematics is assumed, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry and analytic geometry.

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The Chemistry examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college course in general chemistry. Understanding of the structure and states of matter, reaction types, equations and stoichiometry, equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics, and descriptive and experimental chemistry is required, as is the ability to interpret and apply this material to new and unfamiliar problems. During this examination, an online scientific calculator function and a periodic table are available as part of the testing software.

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The College Algebra examination covers material that is usually taught in a one-semester college course in algebra. Nearly half of the test is made up of routine problems requiring basic algebraic skills; the remainder involves solving non-routine problems in which you must demonstrate your understanding of concepts. The test includes questions on basic algebraic operations; linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, and graphs; algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and miscellaneous other topics.

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College Composition contains multiple-choice items and two mandatory, centrally-scored essays. The exam measures your awareness of a variety of logical, structural and grammatical relationships within sentences; revision skills in the context of works in progress; and your ability to use authentic materials and perform rhetorical analysis. In addition to the multiple-choice section, College Composition includes a mandatory essay section that tests skills of argumentation, analysis and synthesis.

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College Composition Modular measures your knowledge of the fundamental principles of rhetoric and composition and your ability to apply the principles of standard written English. In addition, the exam requires familiarity with research and reference skills. In one of the two essays (the optional essay module produced by the College Board for College Composition Modular), you must develop a position by building an argument in which you synthesize information from two provided sources, which you must cite. The requirement that you cite the sources you use reflects the recognition of source attribution as an essential skill in college writing courses.

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The College Mathematics examination covers material generally taught in a college course for non-mathematics majors and majors in fields not requiring knowledge of advanced mathematics. Questions on the College Mathematics examination require you to demonstrate the ability to solve routine, straightforward problems and non-routine problems that require an understanding of concepts and the application of skills and concepts. In addition, you need to demonstrate understanding of topics like: sets, logic, real number systems, functions and graphs, probability and statistics, as well as topics in algebra and geometry.

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The UExcel examination in College Writing measures knowledge and understanding of the material typically taught in an introductory, one-semester course in college writing. The examination measures the ability to organize knowledge, ideas, and information; to adopt rhetorical strategies such as narration, illustration, explanation, and description in appropriate ways; to adopt and maintain a tone and point of view appropriate for a specified audience and rhetorical situation; to develop and maintain a controlling idea and a coherent organization; and to write within the rhetorical, syntactic, and mechanical conventions of Standard Written American English. (Extended response examination.)

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The examination measures knowledge and understanding of material and skills typically taught in an undergraduate course that serves to fulfill a math or quantitative requirement for students who will not need to go on to take more advanced mathematics courses. The content of the examination corresponds with course offerings such as Mathematics in Contemporary Society, Liberal Arts Math, or Math for Non-STEM Majors. Knowledge of arithmetic and elementary algebra are prerequisites for the material covered in this examination. The exam tests for an ability to apply mathematical knowledge and concepts to understand and analyze practical contemporary mathematical problems. (Multiple-choice examination.)
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