All students admitted to Glendon must satisfy the Bilingual Requirement. In order to do so, students must successfully complete 6 credits in each official language (French and English) at Glendon.  Students must therefore complete the necessary language placement assessment(s) to determine their appropriate level of French and/or English.

There are 2 options for fulfilling the Bilingual Requirement:

1) Complete 6 credits in FRAN, FRLS, and/or FSL courses at the 2000 level or higher (for French), or 6 credits in ENSL courses at the 2000 level or higher (for English).

2) Complete 6 credits in discipline courses taught in French/English at any level.

  • NOTE: A Bilingual Requirement form must be signed by the instructor of the course and submitted to the Office of Student Programs as proof that all course work, tests and exams were submitted in the language of instruction of the course. All courses taught in two languages or in any language other than English and French do not satisfy the Bilingual Requirement.