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Course Selection Info
Graduation Requirements
College Admission Req.
College - Foreign Language Req.
NCAA Academic Eligibility
Course Listings
AP and Extra Courses

Course Descriptions

Agriculture
Art
Business & Office Education
Computer Technology
Extended Learning Program
Family & Consumer Science
Foreign Language
Guidance
Health
Health Occupations
Industrial Technology
Language Arts
Mathematics
Music
Physical Education
Science
Social Studies
Special Education

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Iowa State University

The Foreign Language requirements is limited to the college of Liberal Arts (all other colleges within the University do NOT require a foreign language.

Amount of high school foreign language completed

Foreign language requirement for graduation

Less than 2 years Complete the equivalent of one year of college-level language during the first three yuears of enrollment at Iowa State. (The credit earned from these courses will NOT be applied to the total number of credits required for graduation

At least two years,
but less than three years

Complete the equivalent of one year of college-level language. (The credit earned from these courses will be applied to the total number of credits required for graduation
Three or more years Requirement completed

 

University of Northern Iowa

Two years of one foreign language in high school with a C- or above in the last term meet the UNI graduation requirement. The University highly recommends that students fulfill this requirement while in high school.

 

University of Iowa

The foreign language requirement may be satisfied by completing high school courses, college course, a combination of high school & college courses, or satisfactory performance on a proficiency examination. All degree candidates (B.A., B.S., B.F.A., B.L.S., AND B.M.) admitted to the College of Liberal Arts fall semester 1990 and after must satisfy the foreign language requirement while in high school.

  • By completing the 4th-year level of a foreign language in high school.
  • By completing the 4th semester level of a foreign language at the University of Iowa, at another college or university, or during study abroad.
  • By completing sequential years of one language in high school followed by sequential semesters of the same language in college; one year of high school study in a foreign is considered the equivalent of one semester of college work; students must successfully complete the 4th semester (college level) of a foreign language to satisfy the requirement; or
  • By passing an achievement test measuring proficiency equivalent to that usually attained after 4 semesters of college study.

 

 

 

 

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