Foreign Language Substitution

Foreign Language Substitution

Students seeking a foreign language substitution: 

  1. Provide documentation of a learning disability that affects the ability to learn a foreign language to the Director of the Office of Accessibility and Accommodations.  The documentation must be prepared by an appropriate and qualified diagnostic professional.  For details on documentation requirements see: Documentation of a Learning Disability.
  2. Schedule a meeting with the Director to discuss reasonable accommodations.
  3. If the accommodation of a foreign language substitution is approved, you will receive a Foreign Language Substitution Form, signed by the Director of SAA, that you will complete by choosing two substitution courses (see list below).  Bring the completed form to the Registrar's office. The goal is to take two courses that provide knowledge about a foreign culture.
  4. If you can identify two courses that are not listed below, but meet this goal, you can petition the Academic Standards Committee (the Registrar's staff can assist you with this process).

Foreign Language Substitution Pre-Approved Options

Students shall select two courses from any one area:

Chinese Civilization:   
ART 278 Survey of Asian Art
HIST 245 Chinese Civilization
REL 234 Chinese Religious Tradition

Japanese Civilizations:
ARTH 278 Survey of Asian Art
HIST 248 Modern Japan
REL 233 Japanes Religious Tradition

Classics:
CLSC 210 History of Ancient Egypt
CLSC 211 History of Ancient Greece
CLSC 212 Roman History

Latin America:
LAS 100 Introduction to Latin American Studies
HIST 280 Colonial Latin America
HIST281 Modern Latin America