<p>On the igetc, it says that you can have replace two years of the same foreign language from high school with a C or better with the foreign language requirement. However, my question is this; I had a C- one year of foreign language in HS, dose that still count?</p>


<p>I'm pretty sure C-s don't count. They're pretty strict about the minus thing. Check with a counselor, but I'm pretty sure you'll have to take a semester at your CC to qualify (and yo. take something easy because they don't care about the language for admissions as long as you don't need a language for your major and you've completed the 1 semester for IGETC).</p>

<p>Don't they require you to take a second year language?</p>

<p>2 Semesters. For english majors, they require 4 semesters, or two years. I think it's also the same for majors in like Asian Studies or other foreign study majors.</p>

<p>Nope- 1 semester at the CC level. Believe me- this is all I did and I was Igetc certified and accepted everywhere. It's poorly written on the Igetc sheet, but yeah. 4 semesters in high school or 1 semester in college. </p>

<p>English is different, though, since it requires the foreign language in conjunction with the English pre-reqs. Although my English major friends were accepted to Cal and UCLA without the extra foreign language at the CC level. They wish they had gotten it over with at the CC level though because it's much more involved at UCLA.</p>

<p>Thanks. I was a bit confused.</p>

<p>you really need to figure out what uc you would want to go to and then we could help you further becuase yes igetc fullfills lower division requirments, but different colleges still require extra classes, for example UCSD which requires 2 semesters of a language in college, high school does not count, this is in order to get a TAG agreement. That is just an example</p>

<p>So I took Spanish 1 and got a C/B
Spanish 2 was the same C/B
and Spanish 3 was B/B</p>

<p>Not sure if the C's were C-'s.</p>

<p>But would I be okay?</p>