World Language Courses

Two years of a high school world language or one year of college-level world language or demonstrated proficiency in the elementary level of a language other than English, sufficient to enroll in an intermediate level course, is required for admission to SAS.

Students with two or more years of a world language in high school or whose native language is other than English may not receive degree credit for elementary-level courses (typically, but not always, numbered 101-102) or courses numbered below their placement in that language. Degree credit in that language begins with an intermediate or review course even if the Rutgers Placement Test indicates elementary-level placement or if there has been an interruption in language study.

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Important Dates & Upcoming Events

12Aug
Wednesday, August 12 | 12:00 AM
Summer Session Ends

14Aug
Friday, August 14 | 12:00 AM
Final Summer Session Grades Due

15Aug
Saturday, August 15 | 12:00 AM
Diploma Application Due for August Candidates

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