I'm working on my daughter's transcript...and trying to figure out what to call this class. The deal is...she less than a full credit (about 67.5 hours of material covered including books, videos, narrations/discussions, and the CLEP website's recommended HippoCampus material to fill in the gaps and finish covering the topics outlined for that test). But she hasn't taken the test yet. If and when she passes it, I will just give her a full credit of course. But, in the mean time, I'm not sure if it should be a full credit b/c of the time spent (or lack thereof). I usually figure 108 hours for the very barest minimum unless I have something else to substantiate the "claim" for a full credit. So, she has some early American/colonial history...the stuff leading up to the forming of our government including a pretty in depth study of John Adams, and the events, issues and people involving the writing of the Constitution that I was thinking about putting with it (she'd like it to be a full credit class with one name rather than 1/2 credit Gov and 1/2 credit US History). Also, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Beecher Preachers, Scarlet Letter, Christy, and Great Expectations were read. I'm thinking Great Expectations probably doesn't fit in this "class" even though she read it in there too. Any thoughts on a class name? These last books may end up being part of another credit for Lit. for her. Thank you. (My first time thru this phase :-)
Government/Early US History?? 1 cr.