Introductory language courses are sequential (101, 102, 210); each lower numbered course is a prerequisite for the next one in the sequence.
For entrance into any course except 101, the student must have taken the previous course or have placed into that level. It is not permissible for a student to enroll in one of the above courses with a lower number than any other course in that language which the student has successfully completed with a grade of C or better. (For example, enrolling in 101 after completing 102 with a grade of C or better will not be allowed.)
Courses taught in translation (such as FREN 388, FREN 398, GERM 398, or SPAN 388) do not have a language prerequisite and cannot be used to satisfy the language requirement.
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