Answered By: John Kissinger
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015     Views: 244

The libraries at both Main Campus and Camden Center have books on reserve at the Circulation desk that are helpful in studying for the history test. These books may also be purchased at the Book Stores at both locations.

For more information about the Georgia History Test refer the the following page in the college catalog:

http://www.ccga.edu/page.cfm?p=976

LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT IN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION

All students graduating with a baccalaureate or associate degree from a state-supported college in Georgia must have taken coursework or otherwise demonstrated competency in United States and Georgia history and the United States and Georgia constitutions. At CCGA this requirement can be satisfied as follows:

  • Successful completion of POLS 1101 and HIST 2111 or HIST 2112 at CCGA, or similar courses at other University System of Georgia institutions.
  • Successful completion of United States history and/or United States government survey courses at accredited private colleges in Georgia or at accredited private or public colleges in other states satisfies the United States history and/ or constitution requirement. However, the Georgia history and constitution requirement must be satisfied by either passing the courses specified in bullet 1 above or by passing the locally developed examinations in Georgia history and constitution available through the School of Arts and Sciences office (279-5877).
  • Successful completion of national examinations in United States history and/or United States government such as CLEP, AP, and others which may be determined as acceptable by CCGA satisfies the United States history and/ or constitution requirement. However, the Georgia history and constitution requirement must be satisfied by either passing the courses specified in bullet 1 above or by passing the locally developed examinations in Georgia history and constitution available through the School of Arts and Sciences office (279-5877).

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