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Students interested in studying a world language at Bergen Community College, may choose to either begin a new one or continue the language studied previously.
Students who have studied a world language in high school and have received a grade of B or better, are required to enroll in the appropriate BCC course as follows:
|Years of study||Register In|
|Up to one year||Level I courses (e.g., French I)|
|Two years||Level II courses (e.g., French II)|
|Three or more||Level III courses (e.g., Intermediate French I)|
Students who received grades of C+ or lower, should enroll in level I. If unsure about your level, contact the Academic Coordinator.
Native or heritage speakers of Spanish must enroll in special courses designed for their needs: Elementary Spanish for Heritage Speakers and/or Intermediate Spanish for Heritage Speakers.You may need to see the Academic Coordinator or the Dean of Arts and Humanities for signature.
Check the current BCC registration booklet for course offerings.