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Foreign Language Courses

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For admission to the university, students must complete two sequential courses of a foreign language in secondary school, 8-10 semester hours at the postsecondary level or document an equivalent level of proficiency. UF's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has an additional language requirement and the College of Journalism and Communications has an optional language requirement. Students in other colleges are encouraged to pursue course work in languages as a matter of interest.

The university offers a diverse selection of foreign language opportunities. The following list identifies all introductory (1000-/2000-level) language courses as well as the department that offers the course. The course title will appear as a link if that course is being taught this term; click on the link for a complete course description before continuing on to the Schedule of Courses.

Center for European Studies
Hungarian
Turkish
Communication Sciences and Disorders
American Sign Language
Classics
Greek, Classical
Greek, Modern
Latin
Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Akan
Amharic
Arabic
Chinese
Czech
Dutch
French
German
Haitian
Hebrew
Hindi-Urdu
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Lingala
Polish
Russian
Scandinavian/Swedish
Swahili
Vietnamese
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Religion
Sanskrit
Spanish and Portuguese
Catalan
Portuguese
Spanish

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