You may only audit a course if you have already taken it. Look for theCourse Audit Request formon theFrequently Used Forms Web page. Read and follow the instructions on the form carefully to complete the request process.
There are limited copies available in archive. Send an e-mail to email@example.com
with the quarter, year, course, and instructor whose greensheet you are looking for,
and every effort will be made to assist you.
No, we do not subscribe to any world language placement exam service. But a helpful
formulat that we use is that one year of high school language is equal to one quarter
of De Anza language. For example: if you took Japanese 1 & 2 in high school, you can
continue with Japanese 3 at De Anza. There are no placement exams, however it is suggested
that you contact an instructor for assistance by going to our faculty directory. For
Spanish, you can trythisguide to see where you fit.
If you have previously successfully completed the course, you would have to audit
the class to take it again, since the course is non-repeatable. To sign up to audit
a course, fill out the Course Audit Request form on the Frequently Used Forms Web page.
Lower-demand courses are not offered at all times of the year, but most follow a
sequence that is completed within any given academic year beginning in the Fall and
ending that Spring. For example Japanese 1 in the Fall, Japanese 2 in the Winter,
Japanese 3 in the Spring. If a certain course has higher demand, the course may be
offered outside of the traditional sequence.