Skill Area III. Foreign Language Proficiency
Proficiency in a foreign language must be demonstrated before graduation. This requirement may be met by any of the following:
- Three sequential years of one foreign language at the high-school level.
- Elementary proficiency as demonstrated by successfully completing a second semester-level CCSU foreign language course (112), or the equivalent at another institution. Students with no previous background in a language must take the first and second semesters (111 and 112, or 118); students who place out of 111 due to previous background in the language may satisfy the requirement by taking 112 only.
- Passing a standardized examination that demonstrates knowledge of a foreign language equivalent to completion of a second semester course or higher.
- Demonstration of native proficiency in a language other than English (requires evaluation of skill level by an appropriate faculty member and/or official documentation, and approval by the chair of the Department of Modern Languages).
|ASL 111||American Sign Language I|
|ASL 112||American Sign Language II|
|CHIN 111||Elementary Chinese I|
|CHIN 112||Elementary Chinese II |
|CHIN 261||Business Chinese [I]|
|FR 111||Elementary French I|
|FR 112||Elementary French II|
|FR 151||French for Reading Knowledge [I]|
|GER 111||Elementary German I|
|GER 112||Elementary German II|
|ITAL 111||Elementary Italian I|
|ITAL 112||Elementary Italian II|
|ITAL 118||Intensive Elementary Italian [I, 3 credits only]|
|ITAL 123||Basic Italian Review|
|JAPN 111||Elementary Japanese I|
|JAPN 112||Elementary Japanese II|
|LAT 111||Elementary Latin I|
|LAT 112||Elementary Latin II|
|ML 111||Elementary Modern Language I|
|ML 112||Elementary Modern Language II|
|POL 111||Elementary Polish I|
|POL 112||Elementary Polish II|
|SPAN 111||Elementary Spanish I|
|SPAN 112||Elementary Spanish II|
|SPAN 118||Intensive Elementary Spanish [I, 3 credits only]|
|SPAN 123||Basic Spanish Review [I]|