Language Classes

French

FR101 Elementary French. 4 hours. Beginning course. This is an introduction to current French, including oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to French culture. No prior French required. Offered on demand with instructor's permission.

FR102 Intermediate French. 4 hours. This is a continuation of FR101 including oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to French culture. Prerequisite: FR101. Offered on demand with instructor's permission.

FR268 Internship and Field Experiences. 1-5 hours. Offered on demand with instructor's permission.

 

German

GR101 Elementary German I. 4 hours. Beginning course. This is an introduction to current German, including oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to German culture. No prior German required. Alternating Falls.

GR102 Intermediate German. 4 hours. This is a continuation of GR101 to current German, including oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to German culture. Prerequisite: GR101. Alternating years.

GR268 Internship and Field Experiences. 1-5 hours.

Spanish

NOTE: Students with at least two (2) years of high school Spanish should enroll in SP203. Students who do so may earn credit for SP101 and SP102 with the appropriate score on the CLEP test.

SP101 Elementary Spanish I. 4 hours. This is an introduction to contemporary Spanish including oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to Spanish culture. No prior Spanish is required.   Fall. Students may test out of this course only through the authorized College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) test. 4/12

SP102 Elementary Spanish II. 4 hours. This continuation of SP101 includes oral practice, listening and reading comprehension, and the grammar necessary for spoken and written expression. There is also an introduction to Spanish culture. Prerequisite: SP101. Spring. Students may test out of this course only through the authorized College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) test. 4/12

SP190 Special Topics. 1-5 hours. This is an introductory course on a topic not included in the regular curriculum. Prerequisite: Instructor's permission.

SP203 Spanish Civilization. 3 hours. This is a survey of the historical and cultural heritage of Spain and Spanish America. Prerequisite: SP102 or equivalent. Fall.

SP204 Spanish Civilization. 3 hours. This is a survey of the historical and cultural heritage of Spain and Spanish America. Prerequisite: SP102 or equivalent. Spring.

SP225 Professional Spanish. 3 hours. Depending on the semester's chosen topic, this course is the study of Spanish terminology necessary for basic communication in one of a variety of professions, including but not limited to business, education, law enforcement, and medicine. Prerequisites: SP101 and SP102 or equivalent. Offered as the following sections:

  • SP225B Professional Spanish: Business. 3 hours. This practical study of Spanish terminology, business language, abbreviations, forms, and customs targets skills for effective oral and written interaction in common business situations with an emphasis on oral facility in dealing with foreign counterparts in trade negotiations. This course includes some study of simple grammatical elements and essential verb forms.
  • SP225E Professional Spanish: Education. 3 hours. This practical study of Spanish terminology targets skills for effective oral and written interaction in common classroom situations (though this is not for Spanish majors seeking teaching certification). This course includes some study of simple grammatical elements and essential verb forms.
  • SP225L Professional Spanish: Law Enforcement. 3 hours. This practical study of Spanish terminology targets skills for effective oral and written interaction in common law-enforcement situations. This course includes some study of simple grammatical elements and essential verb forms.
  • SP225M Professional Spanish: Medicine. 3 hours. This practical study of Spanish terminology targets skills for effective oral and written interaction in common medical situations: assessment, diagnosis and treatment of pathological conditions, and medical emergencies. This course includes some study of simple grammatical elements and essential verb forms.

SP260 Special Problems. 1-5 hours. This is an independent study or research on a subject of interest to an individual student. Prerequisite: Instructor's permission.

SP268 Internship and Field Experiences. 1-5 hours.

SP290 Special Topics. 1-5 hours. This is an intermediate-level course on a topic not included in the regular curriculum. Prerequisite: Instructor's permission.

 

 
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