The College of Arts and Sciences requires foreign language study for both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees.
Bachelor of Arts Degree:
Completion of the intermediate level of a single foreign language:
Bachelor of Science Degree:
Completion of the second semester of a single foreign language.
HOW CAN I SATISFY THE LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT?
A Placement Exam is used to place students into the appropriate level of a language course. The Exam is required of all incoming students who have studied a foreign language in high school. The Placement Exams for French, German, Russian and Spanish are administered online and free of charge.
Credit can be awarded based on scores from the CLEP exam for French, German, or Spanish. Contact the Office of Testing Services to arrange to take the CLEP. Contact REACH for information on tutoring sessions for CLEP exams.
Who should take the CLEP exam?
Please note: Achieving a credit awarding score on the CLEP exam does not preclude a student from taking the next language course in the sequence.
AP and IB credit
Speakers of other languages
Students with a native background or other significant experience in another foreign language contact the chair of the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, (502) 852-6686 for information on placement or exemption.
BEGIN STUDY OF A NEW FOREIGN LANGUAGE!
The Department of Classical and Modern Languages offers courses in over a dozen different languages!
Arabic, ASL, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish
Start with the first semester and continue until you have fulfilled the requirement for your degree program.