What is the Peregrine Exam and why do I have to take it?
At the end of the course, you will complete a Program Assessment exam called the Peregrine Exam. The exam is designed to assess the foundational business knowledge that you have acquired throughout the duration of your program at Strayer. By completing this exam, you are not only evaluating your competency and understanding on each topic you have learned throughout your program but also helping to ensure that Strayer University maintains the highest quality of education in the business programs that we provide to our students.
This exam can be completed in weeks 9, 10, or 11, but the certificate of completion must be submitted through the “Submit Peregrine Assessment” link located in week 9.
Masters Student Registration Instructions:
Click the “Take the Peregrine Exam” link above.
Enter your Student ID and select your Program.
To take the exam:
Select the hyperlink under “Thank you, your course/exam is ready”, then “Begin Exam”
When finished, save the completion certificate and upload via the Submit Peregrine Assessment link in week 9.
For additional information, technical support specific to the Peregrine exam, or answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about the Peregrine Exam, please visit Peregrine’s Technical / Customer Support Website.
Note: If you need to contact Peregrine for technical support, please also keep your instructor informed of the issue(s) you are experiencing.