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FRENCH COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

682-141 BEGINNING FRENCH - GH - 4 cr

An elementary course with oral emphasis. Grammar, reading, writing, conversation. Class meets five times a week.

682-142 BEGINNING FRENCH - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 682-141. Class meets five times a week.
Prereq: 682-141 or equiv.

682-251 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH - GH -4 cr

Grammar review, reading, oral and written exercises, conversation.
Prereq: 682-142 or equiv.

682-252 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 682-251.
Prereq: 682-251 or equiv.

682 260 FRENCH PHONETICS - 3 cr

A study of the elements of speech sounds and intonation patterns in French with application to understanding and speaking. Use of phonetic transcription. Emphasis on perfecting the student's ability to render French orally.
Prereq: 682-251 or equiv.

682-321 ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

A thorough study of the structure of the language. Practical application through conversation and composition.
Prereq: 682-252 or equiv.

682-322 ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

Continuation of 682-321.
Prereq: 682-321 or cons instr.

682-331 READINGS IN MODERN FRENCH - 3 cr

Language study through reading and discussion in French of selected texts in modern French. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition and grammatical usage.
Prereq: 682-252 or equiv.

682-332 READINGS IN MODERN FRENCH - 3 cr

Similar to 682-331; with different texts.
Prereq: 682-321 or 682-331.

682-340 CONTEMPORARY FRENCH CIVILIZATION - 2-3 cr

A study of the French way of life today as reflected in its cultural, religious, educational, political and social institutions.
Prereq: One 300 level course or cons instr.

682-350 FRENCH CIVILIZATION - 3 cr

Study of the political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary development of France, from the Middle Ages to the present.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level course in French or cons instr.

682-370 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FRENCH - 3 cr

A course for those students who plan to use their proficiency of French in a business career. This course provides an introduction to concepts and terminology associated with doing business in French-speaking countries, affords practice in employing those concepts and terminology in the oral, reading and writing skills, and offers a brief overview of the culture and structure of the French business world.
Prereq: 9 credits of 300 or 400 level French courses, or cons instr.

682-390 FRENCH CONVERSATION - 1 cr

A course designed to maintain and increase oral fluency in French. Emphasis on spontaneous use of the language. Repeatable five times for maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: Completion of six hours of 300 level courses or cons instr.

682-451 SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of French literature from its beginning to the end of the eighteenth century. Reading of representative works of prose and poetry.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in French.

682-452 SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of French literature from the end of the eighteenth century to the present day. Reading of representative works of prose and poetry.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in French.

682-481 FRENCH CLASSICS - 3 cr

Study of the concept of classicism through the life, works and ideas of the major 17th century authors. Emphasis on the theatre, i.e., the plays by Corneille, Moliere and Racine.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in French.

682-482 CONTEMPORARY FRENCH LITERATURE - 3 cr

Study of selected texts of the major writers of the twentieth century.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in French.

682-490/690 WORKSHOP - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

682-491/691 TRAVEL STUDY - 3 cr

Repeatable

682-494/694 SEMINAR - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: 9 credits of 300 level courses or cons instr.

682-496/696 SPECIAL STUDIES - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses in French or cons instr.

682-498 INDEPENDENT STUDY - 1-3 cr

Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: Major or minor in French and consent of department chairperson.

GERMAN COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

684-141 BEGINNING GERMAN - GH - 4 cr

Introduction to the fundamental structure of German, equally emphasizing the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Class meets five times a week.

684-142 BEGINNING GERMAN - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 684-141. Class meets five times a week.
Prereq: 684-141 or equiv.

684-251 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN - GH - 4 cr

Systematic deepening and improving of the four language skills with emphasis on the grammatical structure. Selected reading.
Prereq: 684-142 or equiv.

684-252 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 684-251 including outside reading in the area of the student's interest.
Prereq: 684-251 or equiv.

684-260 GERMAN PHONETICS - 3 cr

Brief history of the German language, study of German speech sounds, oral practice including lab work. Very important for future German teachers.
Prereq: 684-251 or equiv.

684-321 ADVANCED GERMAN LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

A thorough study of the structure of German with practice in oral and written application.
Prereq: 684-252 or equiv.

684-322 ADVANCED GERMAN LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

Same as 684-321 but using different materials.
Prereq: 684-321 or cons instr.

684-331 READINGS IN MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

Reading and discussion of plays and short stories for comprehension and vocabulary building.
Prereq: 684-252 or equiv.

684-332 READINGS IN MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

Reading and discussion of selected plays, short stories and poems for comprehension and vocabulary building.
Prereq: 684-331 or equiv. or 684-252 and cons instr.

684-350 GERMAN CIVILIZATION - 3 cr

The political and cultural development of the German-speaking people with emphasis on present-day Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses in German or cons instr.

684-370 GERMAN FOR BUSINESS - 3 cr

A course for students who plan to use their proficiency in German in a business career. This course provides an introduction to concepts and terminology associated with doing business in the German-speaking countries, affords practice in employing those concepts and terminology in the oral, reading and writing skills, and offers a brief overview of the culture and structure of the German business world.
Prereq: 9 credits of 300 or 400 level German courses, or cons inst.

684-390 GERMAN CONVERSATION - 1 cr

A course designed to maintain and increase oral fluency in German. Emphasis on spontaneous use of the language. Repeatable five times for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: Completion of six hours of 300 level courses in German or cons instr.

684-451 SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of German literature from its beginnings to the end of the eighteenth century. Readings from representative works.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in German or cons instr.

684-452 SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of German literature from the end of the eighteenth century to the present. Readings from representative works.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in German or cons instr.

684-490/690 WORKSHOP - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: 9 credits of 300 level courses or cons instr.

684-491/691 TRAVEL STUDY - 1-3 cr

Repeatable

684-494/694 SEMINAR - 1-3 cr

Repeatable one time.
Prereq: Cons. instr.

684-496/696 SPECIAL STUDIES - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses in German or cons instr.

684-498 INDEPENDENT STUDY - 1-3 cr

Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: Majors and minors and cons. dept.

SPANISH COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

686-141 BEGINNING SPANISH - GH - 4 cr

An elementary course with oral emphasis. Grammar, reading, writing, conversation. Class meets five times a week.

686-142 BEGINNING SPANISH - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 686-141. Class meets five times a week.
Prereq: 686-141 or equiv.

686-251 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH - GH - 4 cr

Grammar review, reading, oral and written exercises. Conversation.
Prereq: 686-142 or equiv.

686-252 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH - GH - 4 cr

Continuation of 686-251.
Prereq: 686-251 or equiv.

686-260 SPANISH PHONETICS - 3 cr

A study of the elements of speech sounds, the application of sounds to understanding and speaking, with emphasis on oral practice.
Prereq: 686-251 or equiv.

686-321 ADVANCED SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

A thorough study of the structure of the language. Practical application through conversation and composition.
Prereq: 686-252 or equiv.

686-322 ADVANCED SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDY - GH - 3 cr

Continuation of 686-321.
Prereq: 686-321 or cons instr.

686-331 PENINSULAR-SPANISH READINGS I - 3 cr

Language study through reading and discussion in Spanish of selected works of the nineteenth century. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition.
Prereq: 686-252 or equiv.

686-332 PENINSULAR-SPANISH READINGS II - 3 cr

Language study through reading and discussion in Spanish of selected works of the twentieth century. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition.
Prereq: 686-252 or equivalent.

686-333 SPANISH-AMERICAN READINGS I - 3 cr

Language study through reading and discussion in Spanish of selected works of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Spanish America. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition.
Prereq: 686-252 or equiv.

686-334 SPANISH-AMERICAN READINGS II - 3 cr

Language study through reading and discussion in Spanish of selected works of the recent and contemporary twentieth century in Spanish America. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition.
Prereq: 686-252 or equiv.

686-350 SPANISH CIVILIZATION - 3 cr

Study of the political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary development of Spain and Hispanic areas from remote times to the present day.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish or cons instr.

686-360 SPANISH AMERICAN CIVILIZATION - 3 cr

An introduction to the geography, history, literature, sociology, economics and political life of Spanish America.
Prereq: 6 cr. of 300 level courses in Spanish or cons instr.

686-390 SPANISH CONVERSATION - 1 cr

Designed to maintain and increase oral fluency in Spanish. Emphasis on spontaneous use of the language. Repeatable five times for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses or cons instr.

686-451 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of Spanish literature from its beginning to the end of the eighteenth century. Reading of representative works of each genre.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-452 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE - 3 cr

General history of Spanish literature from the end of the eighteenth century to the present day. Reading of representative works of each genre.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-453 SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

General survey of main developments, works and authors of the literature from the discovery of the New World until 1888.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-454 SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE - 3 cr

General survey of main developments, works and authors of the literature from 1888 until the present time.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-481 SPANISH CLASSICS - 3 cr

Topics alternate: 1) Don Quixote, 2) Golden Age drama, 3) Golden Age prose. Repeatable with change of topic.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-482 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH LITERATURE - 3 cr

Study of selected novels, short stories, plays and poems in Spain from 1936 to present. Emphasis varies by genre each semester.
Prereq: 9 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-483 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH AMERICAN NARRATIVE - 3 cr

Students will study in depth selected novels and short stories from the beginning of the Spanish American new narrative in the 1940's through its "boom" in the 1960's, to the present. Different works and/or authors will be studied each term the course is offered.
Prereq: 9 credits of 300 level courses in Spanish.

686-490/690 WORKSHOP - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

686-491/691 TRAVEL STUDY - 1-3 cr

Repeatable

686-494/694 SEMINAR - 1-3 cr

Repeatable one time.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

686-496/696 SPECIAL STUDIES - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: 6 cr of 300 level courses in Spanish or consent of instructor.

686-498 INDEPENDENT STUDY - 1-3 cr

Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
Prereq: Major or minor in Spanish and approval of department chair.


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