Language Proficiency Information
The materials available here were developed by the Languages Articulation Task Force, a group of faculty members representing each of Arizona's public community colleges and universities.  

Criteria for Demonstrating Language Proficiency - tells you about different ways in which Arizona students may demonstrate 4th semester language proficiency at Arizona public community colleges and universities.


CLEP Score chart - provides information about the common cut-off scores and corresponding credit granted for the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) in French, German, and Spanish (only). (cf. Criterion 3 in the Criteria for Demonstrating Language Proficiency).


Verification of Language Proficiency Form - printable form for use by Faculty to affirm verification of a student's language proficiency (cf. criterion 4 in the "Criteria for Demonstrating Language Proficiency" document above).


Learning Outcomes for Commonly Taught Languages - provides information about learning outcomes for language courses in the first 4-semester sequence (typically 101, 102, 201, and 202) of commonly taught languages (i.e., French, German, Italian, Spanish).


Learning Outcomes for Less Commonly Taught Languages - provides information about learning outcomes you should expect for language courses in the first 4-semester sequence (typically 101, 102, 201 and 202) of less commonly taught languages (i.e. Chinese, Japanese, Tohono O'odham, Navajo)


Learning Outcomes for American Sign Language - provides learning outcomes you should expect for the first 4-semester sequence (typically 101, 102, 201, 202) of courses in American Sign Language (ASL)

Upper Division Language & Cultures - Completion of six semester hours of upper-division courses that have a Global Awareness (G) or Cultural Diversity (C) designation, in addition to the courses used to meet the University General Studies requirements or four (4) sequential semesters of one foreign language or two (2) semesters of a current computer language. Adjustment to upper division hours is required if lower division courses are used.
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