college level foreign language with a grade of C or better or equivalent

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college-level foreign language with a grade of C or better or equivalent proficiency as deter- mined by examination. American Sign Language may be used to fulfill this require- ment by transfer credit or by proficiency. C. General Education: There are three ways to complete General Education requirements at Illinois State University. The first way is to complete Illinois State's General Education Program. The second way is to complete the Illinois Transferable General Education Core Curriculum available through the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI). This program, designed for transfer students, is a statewide agreement between participating colleges and universities and some private schools that is designed to facilitate timely degree comple- tion. The third way is to complete a baccalau- reate-oriented Associates Degree (A.A. or A.S.) from a regionally accredited post sec- ondary institution. The holder of an A.A. or A.S. degree is admitted to Illinois State University with junior standing and all General Education requirements completed. (see Degree Programs) D. Major-Minor Options: Each candidate for B.S. or B.A. degrees must complete a major field of study. Completion of a second major, a minor, or a second minor is optional unless specified by the student's major. A teacher edu- cation student who is a candidate for a B.S., B.A., B.S. in Ed., or B.M.E. degree must com- plete professional education requirements and a major approved for teacher education. Some teacher education programs require the comple- tion of requirements for a second teaching field. A student may count no more than nine hours from a major toward a minor within the same department or school. This policy applies to both first and second majors and minors. E. Senior College Hours: The senior college hours (courses numbered 200 or above) must total at least 42 hours. Coursework transferred from other colleges and universities is not counted as senior college credit if freshmen and sophomores are regularly permitted to enroll in such work. No credit from two-year colleges may be counted as senior level. F. Grade Point Average: The grade point aver- age for all courses taken at Illinois State University must be 2.00 (C) or higher. In addi- tion, the student must have a grade point aver- age of 2.00 (C) (or higher as required by certain programs) in the courses required in the major, and the minor if the student has a minor. G. Removal of Incompletes: A student may not graduate with incomplete grades. Each Incomplete grade (I) must be removed at least 71 DEGREE REQUIREMENTS D E G R E Q
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six weeks before December or May com- mencement, or two weeks before August grad- uation, if the course is to be used in meeting graduation requirements. H. Residence Requirements: Unless otherwise specified in a specific program, at least 30 of the last 60 hours completed toward the baccalaure- ate degree must be earned at Illinois State.
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