foreign language requirement may be satisfied by
successful completion of the second semester of the
intermediate level of the student’s chosen
language (typically 232), or by placing out of that
language through the Department of Foreign
Language’s placement test.
General Education program contains a set of
requirements each student must fulfill. The number
of credit hours necessary to fulfill these
requirements may vary.
200-, 300- or 400-level course acceptable, or
consult the list of courses satisfying Bachelor of
Arts degree requirements at http://www.jmu.edu/registrar.
include education courses leading to licensure in
are strongly encouraged to complete one of the
following sequences: GISAT 141B –ISAT 142, MATH
107-108, MATH 135-235, MATH 155-220, MATH 156-220,
MATH 205-206 or MATH 235-236.
Adult Degree Program contains a set of requirements
each individualized study major must fulfill. The
university recognizes this alternate general
education program as a nontraditional equivalent to
The Human Community.