College of Arts and Sciences

Advanced Placement


High Jump Horse Hurdle Hurdles

Advanced placement into the foreign language program may be achieved by one of the
following:

  1. completion of four years of high school foreign language study (in the same
    language);
  2. scoring above the beginning level on the departmental placement test;
  3. completion of the College Entrance Board Advanced Placement Examination (CEEB);
  4. completion of the College Level Examination Program (CLEP).

College credit may be obtained by passing CEEB or CLEP.

For more information on CLEP testing.

Students beginning university language study at the 300-level may qualify, upon application (and normally on completion of a placement test), for advanced placement credit (equivalent to 122, 223, 224) by completing two 300 or 400-level courses (in the same language) with grades of C or better.

Students who begin at the 200-level may qualify, upon application (and normally on completion of a placement test), for intermediate placement credit (equivalent to 122) by completing either 223 or 224 with a grade of C or better.