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The Florida Legislature wants to ensure graduates of the Florida College System and State University System have sufficient knowledge of America's civics, particularly the principles reflected in the United States Constitution. Lawmakers modified the existing Civic Literacy Graduation Requirement in fall 2021 and it now impacts many more students.

FCLE testing will be unavailable July 31 - August 5, 2023 due to a Florida Department of Education statewide system update in the TIDE platform which is performed annually.

Civic Literacy Requirements at a Glance

Civic Literacy Requirements at a Glance
Catalog Year Start (Effective Term) Programs Impacted Student Civic Literacy Requirements

2017-2018 and prior
(20183 or prior)

None

No Requirement

Fall 2018 - Summer 2021
(20191 to 20213)

Associate of Arts (AA)

Pass a Course (POS2041 or AMH2020) 

OR

Pass an Approved Assessment:

  • AP Government and Politics: United States (min. score = 3)
  • AP United States History (min. score = 4)
  • CLEP: American Government (min. score = 50)

Fall 2021 - beyond
(20221 and forward)

Associate of Arts (AA)

Bachelors (BAS, BS, BSN)

Pass a Course (AMH2020 or POS2041) AND Pass the FCLE (80 Question)​

OR​

Pass an Approved *Assessment:

  • AP Government and Politics: United States (min. score = 3)
  • AP United States History (min. score = 4)
  • CLEP: American Government (min. score = 50)

*Meets both course and assessment requirements​

Fall 2022 - beyond
(20231 and forward)

Associate of Arts (AA)

Associate of Science (AS)

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Bachelors (BAS, BS, BSN)

Pass a Course (AMH2020 or POS2041) AND Pass the FCLE (80 Question)​

OR​

Pass an Approved *Assessment:

  • AP Government and Politics: United States (min. score = 3)
  • AP United States History (min. score = 4)
  • CLEP: American Government (min. score = 50)

*Meets both course and assessment requirements​

Competency Areas

Understanding of the basic principles and practices of American democracy and how they are applied in our republican form of government.

An understanding of the United States Constitution and its application.

Knowledge of the founding documents and how they have shaped the nature and functions of our institutions of self-government.

An understanding of landmark Supreme Court cases, landmark legislation and landmark executive actions and their impact on law and society.

Are you impacted by this change?

Take this guided quiz to see if you are affected and what to do next. If you need assistance finding your catalog year, please log in to MyBC/Navigate or contact your advisor.

Frequently Asked Questions

According to Florida State Rule 6A-10.02413, degree seeking students must satisfy the civic literacy requirement based on their degree program and current effective term. Speak with your advisor to determine how this requirement applies to you. 

You can find your catalog year and effective term in MyBC Degree Audit. For specific instructions, follow this job aid.

The "Pass a Course" and "Pass an Assessment" requirements are only for the 2021-2022 and beyond cohort of the civic literacy requirement.

Several CBE options are available to meet both the “Pass a Course” and "Pass an Assessment" requirements in lieu of taking AMH2020 or POS2041 and the FCLE, including:

  • CLEP: American Government (min. score = 50)
  • AP Government and Politics: United States (min. score = 3)
  • AP United States History (min. score = 4)

Any of these 3 CBE options if passed will only satisfy both the “Pass a Course” and "Pass an Assessment" requirements. 

Note: AP is only offered during high school to students within specific courses. AP is not available at Broward College or for students to take at the postsecondary level.

The Pass the Course requirements is only for the 2021-2022 and beyond cohort of the civic literacy requirement.

Several CBE options are available to meet the “Pass a Course” requirement in lieu of taking AMH2020 or POS2041, including:

  • CLEP: History of the United States II: 1865 to Present (min. score = 50)
  • AICE: History (American) (A-Level Only) (min. score = **A,B,C,D,E)
  • IB: History (HL): with History of the Americas (min. score = 5)

Any of these 3 CBE options if passed will only satisfy the “Pass a Course” requirement. Students will still need to pass the FCLE to satisfy the "Pass the Assessment" part of the requirement. 

Note: AICE and IB are only offered during high school to students within specific courses. AICE and IB are not available at Broward College or for students to take at the postsecondary level.

*Grades for AICE exams are not based on the American “A” – “F” grading scale.

No.

AICE, AP, and IB are only offered during high school to students within specific courses. AICE, AP, and IB are not available at Broward College or for students to take at the postsecondary level with the possible exception of high school students taking courses at Broward College for dual enrollment or college academy purposes. Once a student graduates from high school, these options are no longer available.

FCLE results while taken in high school since October 2021 will be displayed on the students official high school transcript.

Instructions on how to send official transcripts electronically via the FASTER system are available on the Score Reports webpage in the FCLE tab. 

Students who graduated in June 2022 or later may have taken the FCLE during high school in a Florida public high school. 

Unofficially, you can check your paper high school transcript to find the FCLE score recorded: The look and display of this information will vary by school district. The example below is from BCPS.  

  • In the Test Information section look for the following:
    • Test Name: CIV
    • Subject Content: CIVICS
    • Score Type: SS
    • Score Range: 0-80 (will display as a two-digit score)
    •  paper-hs-transcript-sample-with-fcle-score.png
      • Please note: The Florida End-of-Course Assessment - Civics is not the same as the FCLE. 

Official FCLE scores must be received electronically via the FASTER process. Visit the tab above for more information.