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Foreign Languages (FLG)

FLG 350/550 Cr. 1-6
Foreign Language Program Development

This course is designed for teachers or prospective teachers working toward teacher certification or re-certification in a second or third language and/or in ESL. Program topics include: grammar, conversation, civilization, literature and methods. Prerequisite: acceptance of an approved program by department and permission of department chair. Repeatable for credit - maximum 12.

FLG 475/675 Cr. 3
Introduction to Linguistics

The nature of language and its role in society. Introduction to the techniques, terminology and theory of linguistic analysis. Problems in phonology, grammar and comparative linguistics. Prerequisites: foreign language at the 102 level or equivalent, junior standing. Offered Sem. II.

French (FRE)


FRE 495/695 Cr. 2
Seminar in French

An advanced course designed to put French literature in perspective by an in-depth study of the development of different literary genres and themes. Topics vary by semester. Prerequisites: FRE 301, one semester of literature, and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 4.

FRE 498/698 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research, individual projects in a specific area of French language civilization or literature. Prerequisites: two advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.

FRE 499/699 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research, individual projects in a specific area of French language, civilization or literature. Prerequisites: two semesters of advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.

German (GER)

GER 495/695 Cr. 2
Seminar in German

An advanced course designed to put German literature in perspective by an in-depth study of the development of different literary genres and themes. Topics vary by semester. Prerequisites: GER 301, one semester of literature, and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 4.

GER 498/698 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research, individual projects in a specific area of German language, civilization or literature. Prerequisites: two advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.

GER 499/699 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research, individual projects in a specific area of German language, civilization or literature. Prerequisites: two advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.

Spanish (SPA)

SPA 495/695 Cr. 2
Seminar in Spanish

An advanced course designed to put Spanish or Spanish American literature in perspective by an in-depth study of the development of different literary genres and themes. Topics vary by semester. Prerequisites: one semester of literature and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 4.

SPA 498/698 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research and individual projects in a specific area of Spanish language, civilization or literature. Registration with the consent of instructor and the department chair. Prerequisites: two advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.

SPA 499/699 Cr. 1-3
Independent Study

Fieldwork, research, individual projects in a specific area of Spanish language, civilization or literature. Registration with the consent of instructor and the department chairperson. Prerequisites: two advanced courses and junior standing. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6.


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