Pulaski Tech students now have the opportunity to test out of Computer
Concepts by successfully taking and passing a challenge exam.
Computer Concepts is a three-credit hour class required for Associate of Applied Science degrees and some certificates. PTC will administer the nationally recognized IC3 Certification exam in the testing center located in the Office of Admissions at the Main Campus. Students who pass this exam will earn the IC3 credential and be awarded 3 credit hours for CIS 1103 - Computer Concepts.
The exam cost is $100. Students can print out the exam application by clicking here. The application and payment should be taken to the Cashier's Office. The exam will be offered on a walk-in basis in the Main Campus Testing Center as posted here, except during late registration. The exam takes about three (3) hours and contains three (3) sections - Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online.
The challenge exam is part of the college's Prior Learning Assessment policy to allow students broad opportunities for earning college credit through learning gained from life experiences. More information about the exam may be found at www.certiport.com.
For more information, contact Terry Hunkapiller at email@example.com.