The Department of Modern Languages and
Intercultural Studies awards and recognizes
credit through examination in French, German and
Spanish. Any student officially enrolled at
Salisbury University may be granted credits
through the Advanced
Placement (AP) or CLEP exam.
All students who have not earned university academic
credit in a language, either through the AP, CLEP, or a credit-bearing
course, are encouraged to take the departmental placement exam (CAPE) in
that language to assist in determining proper initial placement level.
Students who have not
yet earned university
academic credit in a language may purchase
credit for courses below the level of the first
course in that language completed for credit
with a grade of a C or better. Credits for
courses below the level of the first course
completed for credit with a grade of C or better
may be purchased at the current rate posted at
the cashier's office.
Credits will be awarded as designated in the
Beginning with the academic year 2008 - 2009,
the majors and minors in all languages begin at
the 202 level.
complete details regarding credit by
examination, please refer to the official
policies as found in the Salisbury University
Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog: