Available Challenge Examinations
Currently enrolled, curriculum-placed students may challenge a TCC course by taking the final examination for the course with the approval of the division dean and the program head/discipline faculty. Before seeking approval to take a challenge examination, a student should be prepared to show evidence that s/he has attained equivalent knowledge and skills through post-secondary life/work experience or non-credit programs and courses.
Student obtains permission from the discipline faculty or program head using the Application for Credit by Exam or Previous Non-Collegiate Training or Experience. A separate form is needed for each course challenged.
|Challenge Exam||TCC Course Equivalent||Credit Awarded||Office||Campus|
|AST 101||Keyboarding I||3||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITE 115||Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITE 130||Introduction to Internet Services||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITN 101||Introduction to Network Concepts||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITN 106||Microcomputer Operating Systems||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITN 171||UNIX I||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|ITP 100||Software Design||4||IT Division||Virginia Beach Campus|
|NAS 2||Foundations of Life Sciences||2||Science Division||All Campuses|