Reminder: the B.A. foreign language course sequence has changed as of Fall 2018. Language courses 210 and 250 will no longer be offered. Students will demonstrate intermediate proficiency in their language of study by completing a 202-level language course or higher, or appropriate placement exam score.
Students pursuing a BA degree in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences or the College of Science must demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency in one foreign language.
Students can demonstrate language proficiency by successfully completing an upper-level course (numbered 300 or above) that requires intermediate-level proficiency and is taught in the foreign language.
Students can request a waiver of the foreign language requirement if they can demonstrate language proficiency through documentation of previous language experience. The web page Waiver of the Foreign Language Requirement explains how to do this. Students who are granted a waiver do not receive credit. Students should address questions to the office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.