Foreign Languages
        and Literature
 

Dr. Emma SepĂșlveda and Iris West.





These examinations are for students in high school. Upon receipt of an official score report from the College Board, the Office of Admissions and Records assigns a grade of "TST" and grants credit as specified below.  For any AP foreign language exam in a language offered by the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department, a score of:

Language & Culture Test   
3  =   111 (4 cr.) and 112 (4 cr.)
4  =   112 (4 cr.) and 211 (3 cr.)
5  =    211 (3 cr) and 212 (3 cr)
 
OR
Literature and Culture Test
3 =  111 (4 cr) and 112 (4 cr)
4 or 5 =   211 (3 cr) and 212 (3 cr)

Students may get credit for two courses for a maximum of 8 credits for AP exams in a Foreign Language and Culture/Literature and Culture.

The university grants credit and assigns a grade of "TST" for IB higher level examinations passed with scores of 5,6, or 7. Credit is not granted for the standard level examinations. Evaluation is on a course by course basis with a maximum of eight semester credits in any one discipline.

For any IB higher-level foreign language exam in a language offered by the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department, a score of:
5, 6, or 7 = 211 (3 cr) and 212 (3 cr)