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1. French 225 is intended for students graduating from high school with French 30N, 30S, 31 or French Language Arts 30 or equivalent. Students with French 30 or N30 should normally enroll in French 213. Students with little or no prior knowledge of French will normally be placed in French 209. (Students with French 20 or equivalent should contact the Department Office for registration approval.)
Students should choose a first course in French appropriate to their command of the language. Students with French 30 or French N30 should enrol in French 213. Those with credit in French 30N, 30S, 31, French Language Arts 30, or equivalent should enrol in French 225. In all cases of doubt as to proper placement, students are strongly urged to seek the advice of the School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures before the registration period.
French-speaking students or students with some prior knowledge of the language (including graduates of a bilingual or immersion program) must consult the School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures, through the Undergraduate Advisor for French, to be placed in a course corresponding to their level of language competence.
Native speakers are not eligible to take language courses by special assessment or to receive advanced credit for them.
Studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree means that you are a student in the Faculty of Arts.
The major that you choose refers to the subject area you’d like your Bachelor of Arts degree to focus on (e.g. Bachelor of Arts, major in History). This is something that you will have indicated when you applied for admission.
To see your major program, log into your online Student Centre and under the Admissions menu and within the "My Applications" box, click on "status". You will then be able to see your faculty and major program.
From Archaeology to Visual Studies, there are numerous majors and programs to choose from within the Faculty of Arts. If you'd like to see the different majors and programs that the Faculty of Arts has to offer, visit the faculty website.
If you are coming to the University of Calgary with Advanced Placement credit or International Baccalaureate credit, you will follow the same registration process as any first time university student. You may be eligible to use your transfer credit in your degree program depending on the program you have entered and whether or not the courses are applicable. Look for International Baccalaureate credit information at ucalgary.ca/pubs/calendar/current/a-12-1.html and Advanced Placement information at ucalgary.ca/pubs/calendar/current/a-12-2.html.
You may view your transfer credit by logging in to your online Student Centre. Once you know the transfer credit you have received, you may contact the academic advisor in your faculty to get advice on course selection.
Generally, students must complete 18 units at the junior (200-level) before they are allowed to register in 300-level courses.
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