Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by USNAhereIcome, Oct 20, 2011.
Just out of curiosity what language is looked most highest upon?
No preference form an admissions standpoint. The key is doing language at an advanced level in h.s.
If you take a language offered at USNA, you may be able to validate some or all of your language requirement (for Group III majors) or validate so that you can take language at a higher level to satisfy your humanities requirements (Group I/II majors).
Well, that's how it used to be . . .
There are some "target" languages that may lead to varying opportunities. Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese ... are obvious ones. Proficiency level(s) determined by exam in 1/C
year can result in substantial pay enhancements ... but be warned, one needs to really be proficient. I don't believe the old standbys ... French, Latin, German, Spanish ... are eligible for these. Perhaps some others can verify/edify.
In our case..
In my sons case...English...
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