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DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Tests)

The DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Tests) Program is accepted by The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.Students who have achieved a minimum score of ‘400’ on an examination will be awarded credit as detailed in the chart below.

DSST Exam Minimum Score Citadel Credit Credit Hours
A History of Vietnam War 400 HIST 489 3
Art of the Western World 400 FNAR 250 3
Astronomy 400 ASTR 201 3
Business Ethics & Society 400 GNRL 101 3
Business Mathematics 400 GNRL 101 3
Civil War & Reconstruction 400 HIST 304 3
Computing & Information Technology -- No credit 0
Criminal Justice 400 CRMJ 201 3
Environmental Science (formerly Environment & Humanity) 400 BIOL 209 3
Ethics in America 400 PHIL 290 3
Foundations of Education 400 GNRL 101 3
Fundamentals of College Algebra 400 GNRL 101 3
Fundamentals of Counseling 400 GNRL 101 3
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity 400 GNRL 101 3
General Anthropology 400 ANTH 201 3
Health & Human Development (formerly Here's to Your Health) 400 RPED 250 2
History of the Soviet Union 400 HIST 365 3
Human Resource Management 400 MGMT 311 3
Human/Cultural Geography 400 GEOG 209 3
Intro to Law Enforcement 400 CRMJ 270 3
Intro to World Religions 400 ENGL 208 3
Lifespan Developmental Psychology 400 PSYC 202 3
Management Information Systems 400 BADM 417 3
Math for Liberal Arts 400 MATH 105 3
Money & Banking 400 ECON 401 3
Organizational Behavior 400 GNRL 101 3
Personal Finance 400 FINC 301 3
Principles of Advanced English Comp 400 ENGL 101 3
Principles of Finance 400 FINC 301 3
Principles of Physical Science I -- No credit 0
Principles of Public Speaking 400 COMM 205 3
Principles of Statistics 400 STAT 160 3
Principles of Supervision 400 GNRL 101 3
Substance Abuse (formerly Drug and Alcohol Abuse) 400 HLED 302 3
Technical Writing 400 COMM 260 3

NOTE: Students will not be awarded duplicate credit in the event acceptable scores for the same subject are presented from Advanced Placement or other subject examinations.

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