Thursday, October 20th - Friday, October 21st, 2022
Thursday AM Session: 9 am – 12 pm, Aquinas Library
Friday PM Session: 2 pm – 5 pm, Aquinas Auditorium
2022-2023 Foreign Language Examination Committee
Dr. Cristina Ionescu, Chair
French: Dr. John C. McCarthy (coordinator); Dr. Gregory Doolan; Dr. Jon Buttaci
German: Dr. Michael Rohlf (coordinator); Dr. Thomas Marré; Dr. Michael Gorman
Greek: Dr. Cristina Ionescu (coordinator); Dr. Jon Buttaci; Dr. Brad Lewis
Latin: Dr. Timothy Noone (coordinator); Dr. Nathaniel Taylor; Dr. Kevin White
The deadline to register is Monday, October 3rd. Late registrations will not be accepted. To register, or to request past exams, please e-mail email@example.com with the language in question. We will not accept verbal registrations.
- Do I need to sit for both sessions of the exam, even though I’m an MA/PhL student? Yes, you must take both parts of the exam.
- If I register for the exam, but decide not to take it, does it count as one of my fail attempts? Only if you arrive on the day of the exam, look at it, and then decide not to take it. If you just decide not to show up, that’s fine—it won’t count against you. However, please let us know ahead of time if you plan not to take the exam
- Do I need to take FREN 500 or GER 500 before taking the School of Philosophy translation exam? You are not required to take these courses prior to sitting for the exam. However, unless you’ve already studied French or German in the past, it is recommended that you do.
- What about the University’s language exam, the one offered by the Counseling Center? Nope.
- How do I get copies of past exams? Please visit our website at: https://philosophy.catholic.edu/academics/graduate/phd-philosophy/language-requirements/index.html
For questions regarding MA/PhL requirements, go here
for questions regarding PhD requirements, go here
If you still have questions after checking the website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org