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Minor in Foreign Languages


  • Elementary 1001 and 1002
  • Intermediate 2001 and 2002


  • FORL 3100 Exploring World Languages and Cultures
  • 12 hours of upper-division language courses in the target language.

Note: You may place out of 1001, 1002, 1060, 2001, 2002, and/or 2060 courses and still get credit for them. If you have taken an offered language previously, you should attempt to take the course that best fits your current abilities—you do not need to and should not start in 1001, if you don’t need to. If you take a higher course and receive a C or better (must be a Georgia Southern course; cannot be an eCore or transfer course from another institution or AP/IB/CLEP credit), you may petition to get credit for the lower course(s) through Credit by Proficiency. For more information about the process click here and/or talk to Department of World Languages and Cultures staff for more information.

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Last updated: 3/30/2022