Students whose first language is English may satisfy this requirement in any of the following ways:
Incoming students who have studied a global language previously will take a placement test which will indicate whether they should enroll in 111, 112, 211 or above. Students who place above 211 may fulfill the global language requirement by taking 212 in the language (which also fulfills one of the two humanities requirements for the Common Curriculum) or by successful completion of a proficiency test administered by the Hispanic Studies or Modern and Classical Languages Department throughout the academic year. No student will fulfill the global language proficiency requirement simply on the basis of the placement test.
The requirement for bilingual/multilingual students (when English is not the student’s first or strongest language) may be satisfied by successful completion of one of the following: