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To determine your appropriate placement in Japanese, answer the following questions:

  • Is Japanese spoken in your home? If yes, contact Prof. Akira Suzuki for placement.
  • Have you studied Japanese for one year in high school? If yes, register for Japanese 101.
  • Have you studied Japanese for two years in high school? If yes, choose Japanese 102 and contact Prof. Akira Suzuki for final placement. (If your study of Japanese ended more than two years ago, choose Japanese 101 and contact Prof. Suzuki for final placement.)
  • Have you studied Japanese for three or more years in high school? If yes, register for Japanese 201 and contact Prof. Akira Suzuki for final placement.

Course Placement and Credit

Students who place beyond Japanese 202 cannot take 100- or 200-level Japanese courses for credit.

Questions about Japanese Placement

If you have questions about your placement in Japanese, contact Prof. Akira Suzuki.