Foreign Language (0-9 credits)
The foreign language requirement of the core will be satisfied when you achieve of an intermediate level of proficiency in a language other than English. You may transfer appropriate academic credit.
Courses that count toward this core requirement include:
|AR 2010||Communicating in Arabic III||3|
|CHIN 2010||Intermediate Chinese I||3|
|GK 2010||Intermediate Greek Lang & Lit||3|
|LATN 2010||Intermediate Latin: Language & Literature||3|
|FREN 2010||Intermediate French Language & Culture||3|
|GR 2010||Intermediate German: Language & Culture||3|
|ITAL 2010||Intermediate Italian: Language & Culture||3|
|RUSS 2010||Intermediate Russian: Language and Culture||3|
|SPAN 2010||Inter Spanish: Lang & Culture||3|
Students majoring in the natural sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, geophysics, meteorology and physics) have the option of taking a third semester of a language (XX-2010) or CSCI 1060 Introduction to Computer Science: Scientific Programming (3 cr) or CSCI 1300 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (4 cr), which are scientifically oriented computer language courses.
The foreign language requirement may also be satisfied by a minimum of one semester's study in a foreign country at a college/university where a language courses are taught in a language other than English.
SLU Language Lab placement tests do not satisfy this requirement but language proficiency can be shown with approved scores on certain exams.For more information, view the College's language proficiency policy.