German, Italian, Japanese, Russian or Spanish
- If you register in introductory courses, you'll receive access to an online placement form in D2L a month before the first day of classes
- On the form, you will indicate whether you've previously taken a course or have lived in an environment where the language is spoken
Arabic or Chinese
- You'll be required to complete an online application as the first step in a formal assessment and placement process
Have you taken a previous course in the language or lived where that language is spoken?
- You will be required to meet with your program's undergraduate advisor
- The advisor will assess and advise you about course selection
Native speakers are not eligible to take language courses by special assessment.