Global Engagement Requirement
Discuss this requirement with your academic adviser. Students can satisfy the Global Engagement requirement through four options:
|Option 1||Study a Foreign Language|
|Option 2||Pass a Proficiency Exam at the Novice-High Level|
|Option 3||Participate in a Study Abroad Experience|
|Option 4||Participate in a Global at Home and Abroad Experience|
Refer to the Quick Guide for more information.
For Option 1, students must demonstrate proficiency in a single foreign language equivalent to the successful completion of one year of college-level work (102-level proficiency or equivalent).
Students who have successfully completed foreign language study on the high school level may register for the appropriate course. Successful completion of one language through the second year in high school satisfies the global engagement requirement. Proficiency in a foreign language also may be achieved by completing 6 credits on the College-Level Examination Program test (see section on Alternative Methods of Earning College Credit).
Sign language may be substituted for foreign language for students in the following majors.
- Business Administration
- Criminal Justice
- Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education
- Communication Programs (ALL)
- Exceptional Education
- Education Programs (ALL)
- Hospitality Administration
- Interior Design
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Social Work