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Teaching Certification. Language students have the option to seek teaching certification in French, Latin, German, and Spanish.
B.A. Cognate in language study. In addition to basic skills and general education requirements, the B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) degree requires a third-semester proficiency in a foreign language. Placement tests are available to students with pre-college competence in a foreign language who desire advanced placement or waiver of the foreign language requirement.
Placing out of the 201 (third semester) level waives the B.A. language requirement. It does not waive the General Education World Perspectives requirement. Students who place out of the 202 (fourth semester) may take any three-credit language course and use it to fulfill the World Perspectives requirement: email your name, G#, and the course for which you are requesting World Perspectives credit to firstname.lastname@example.org.