Foreign Language Credit (En 20 Apr 71)
A student continuing studies of a foreign language undertaken in high school may receive credit for University language courses in that language starting at the course level for which he qualifies according to departmental (foreign language) placement procedures. For example, if a student matriculates with three years of high school French, he may take French 1, 2, or 3 for credit subject to the advice given him on the basis of the results of the departmental placement procedures.
After a student has received credit for a foreign language or literature course, he may not receive credit for any less advanced lower division language course in that language. For example, no student may receive credit for German 1, 2, or 3 after he has successfully completed German 4. (En 1 Jun 71)