2013-14 Academic Catalog

Department of Classical & Modern Languages and Literatures

B.A. in Foreign Languages

Major Advisor: Professor Jack Jordan (Head)
Associate Professor Edward Potter (M.A. program)
Associate Professor Robert Harland (B.A. program)
Office: 123 Howell Hall

Foreign language majors prepare for careers in government (State Department, foreign service, diplomatic corps, FBI, CIA, USIA, the military, immigration, etc), international business, the human services fields, teaching at all levels (secondary school, junior college, university), and other language-related jobs.

Programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), the joint Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business Administration, and the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Foreign Languages are offered. A minor in one foreign language may be obtained upon satisfactory completion of 12 semester hours beyond the intermediate (III and IV) level courses. Education students desiring teacher certification must earn at least 27 semester hours in the language they plan to teach.

The Department sponsors three honor societies: Pi Delta Phi (French), Delta Phi Alpha (German), and Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish). Information about membership requirements may be obtained from the Head of the Department. The Department also sponsors language clubs which provide social and cultural activities for faculty and students.

The Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages is awarded upon the successful completion of a minimum of 123 semester hours, including the following areas: (The hours needed for graduation will depend upon the entry level of study into the major language; a minimum of eight, 3-credit hour courses in the chosen concentration at the 3000-level, or higher, is required.)

  1. General Education Requirements
  2. Bachelor of Arts Common Requirements
  3. Advanced Composition and Advanced Conversation in the respective concentrations.
  4. A minimum of 42 semester hours in the target language (French, German, Spanish,). Note that degree requirements vary among the languages. It is the student’s responsibility to meet the requirements of the chosen language concentration, as listed below. The normal sequence is FLF/G/S I, II, III, IV, Advanced Composition FLF/G/S, Advanced Conversation FLF/G/S, two semesters of Survey of Literature FLF/G/S, and at least 6 hours of upper-division electives in the primary language. A civilization course related to the primary language is strongly recommended.
  5. Completion of the fourth semester course of a second foreign language (12-14 semester credit hours) is recommended. In addition to the concentrations, the Department offers courses in Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Latin and Russian.
  6. Study abroad is highly recommended. Foreign Language majors interested in following this recommended course of study should notify the advisor as soon as possible, so that a plan of study can be developed in which courses are taken in proper sequence.

 

International Business Program

A Five-Year Double Degree Program:
B.A. in Foreign Languages & B.B.A. in Business Administration

Office: 102 McCool Hall

Major Advisor - Business Administration: Associate Professor Rezek
Major Advisors - Foreign Languages: Professor Jordan;
Associate Professor Harland; Assistant Professor Potter

123 Howell Hall

The International Business Program provides students with an academic background and work experience to help ensure success in the marketplace. Students receive a double degree at graduation reflecting the dual concentration in Business: B.B.A (with an international focus and a specific discipline such as Marketing or Finance); and in the Arts: B.A. (language and cultural proficiency). This is additional to the first two years of study developing abilities in writing, math, sciences, and computer literacy.

The hallmarks of this program include a work internship and an outside the country academic experience of a full summer or one semester duration (generally taken the last of the 4th year or beginning of the 5th year). The internship is ideally reflective of the student’s specific business discipline and the study abroad is reflective of the student’s language proficiency area. The student who selects to combine the work and abroad experience must petition the IB Director for approval. Minimum acceptable levels are

  1. WORK: 10 continuous weeks of international tasks and responsibilities,
  2. ABROAD: 6 continuous weeks in one location for cultural immersion.
     

The total number of semester credit hours (SCH) will be 154 for most students. The program has five main components:

  1. a core of basic skills, including courses in writing, mathematics, sciences, and communication (30 SCH);
  2. a core of humanities and social science courses selected to fit the special needs of international business major, emphasizing both the history and culture of other societies and the ways these societies relate to our own (27 SCH);
  3. intensive training to develop proficiency in one foreign language and its associated cultures and literatures (35 SCH);
  4. a thorough grounding in business techniques and practices, including 33 SCH of general business courses, up to 12 SCH of international business courses, and 15 SCH in one of six functional/discipline emphasis in business (accounting, finance, information systems1, economics, management, marketing1, or risk management, insurance and financial planning1).
  5. a one-semester internship program with an international business (4 SCH).
     

Students interested in following this recommended course of study should notify the Department Head of Classical & Modern Languages and Literatures and the Director of International Business Academic Programs. Students must have the Director’s written approval to join the International Business Program. Students must meet all graduation requirements for the College of Business and the College of Arts & Sciences. This includes having no Ds in upper level courses or in upper level Foreign Language courses. International Business students must have an overall and previous semester GPA of 2.67 to be eligible for internship and study abroad.

B.A. in Foreign Languages

Major Advisor: Professor Jack Jordan (Head)
Associate Professor Edward Potter (M.A. program)
Associate Professor Robert Harland (B.A. program)
Office: 123 Howell Hall

General Education and College Requirements

English Composition
EN 1103English Composition I3
or EN 1163 Accelerated Composition I
EN 1113English Composition II3
or EN 1173 Accelerated Composition II
Foreign Language
See major core
Humanities
FL 4143Classical Mythology3
Literature - see University/A&S Core3
History - see University/A&S Core3
Philosophy Elective - see advisor3
Humanities Electives 16
Math
MA 1313College Algebra3
MA 1323Trigonometry3
or ST 2113 Introduction to Statistics
Fine Arts
See A&S Requirements3
Natural Sciences
Physical Science w/Lab 23-4
Biological Science w/Lab 33-4
Natural Science Elective 43-4
Social Sciences
See A&S requirements6
Social Sciences Electives 512
Major Core
FL 1113Foreign Language I
FL 1123Foreign Language II
FL 2133Foreign Language III
FL 2143Foreign Language IV
Choose one of the following:4
Advanced French Composition
Advanced German Composition
Advanced Spanish Laboratory
   and Advanced Spanish Composition
Choose one of the following:4
Advanced French Conversation
Advanced German Conversation
Advanced Spanish Conversation Practicum
   and Advanced Spanish Conversation
FL Electives (3000 or 4000 level)6
Oral Communication Requirement3-4
Choose one of the following:
Advanced French Conversation
Advanced German Conversation
Advanced Spanish Conversation
Writing Requirement3-4
Choose one of the following:
Advanced French Composition
Advanced German Composition
Advanced Spanish Composition
Computer Literacy
Consult advisor
General Elective
Consult advisor - Study abroad and/or second language highly recommended.15

Choose one of the following concentrations:

French

FLF 1113
  & FLF 1123
  & FLF 2133
  & FLF 2143
French I
   and French II
   and French III
   and French IV (or equivalents (in Major Core))
12
FLF 3114Advanced French Composition (in Major Core)4
FLF 3124Advanced French Conversation (in Major Core)4
FLF 3513Survey of French Literature (both recommended)3
or FLF 3523 Survey of French Literature
French electives numbered 3000 and above19
Total Hours42

German

FLG 1113
  & FLG 1123
  & FLG 2133
  & FLG 2143
German I
   and German II
   and German III
   and German IV (or equivalents (in Major Core))
12
FLG 3114Advanced German Composition (in Major Core)4
or FLG 3124 Advanced German Conversation
FLG 3143German Civilization3
or FLG 3153 Modern German Culture
FLG 4503German Literature to 17503
or FLG 4523 German Literature from 1750 to Present
EN 2273World Literature Before 16003
or EN 2283 World Literature After 1600
History course focusing on Central European History; See advisor.3
German electives numbered 3000 and above15
Total Hours43

Spanish

FLS 1113
  & FLS 1123
  & FLS 2133
  & FLS 2143
Spanish I
   and Spanish II
   and Spanish III
   and Spanish IV (or equivalents (in Major Core))
12
FLS 3113Advanced Spanish Composition (in Major Core)3
FLS 3233Advanced Spanish Conversation (in Major Core)3
FLS 3121Advanced Spanish Conversation Practicum1
FLS 3143Hispanic Civilization3
Spanish Literature: See advisor for courses6
Spanish electives numbered 3000 and above15
Total Hours43

Total hours needed for major: 123

1

Must be from 2 different areas. See A&S Requirements.

2

CH, GG, or PH; see A&S Requirements.

3

BIO, EPP, or PO; see A&S Requirements.

4

Consult advisor.

5

Must be from 2 different areas and must cross 4 disciplines over the 18 hours. Only one Economics and one Communication allowed. See advisor.

 

International Business Program

General Education Requirements

English Composition
EN 1103English Composition I3
or EN 1163 Accelerated Composition I
EN 1113English Composition II3
or EN 1173 Accelerated Composition II
Mathematics
MA 1313College Algebra3
MA 1613Calculus for Business and Life Sciences I3
ST 2113Introduction to Statistics3
or BQA 2113 Business Statistical Methods I
Science
Life Science and Lab (BIO prefix)3
Physical Science and Lab (CH, GG, OR PH prefix)4
Humanities
EN 2273World Literature Before 16003
or EN 2283 World Literature After 1600
HI 1173World History Since 15003
or HI 1223 Modern Western World
Fine Arts
Choose one the following:3
Architectural Appreciation
History of Architecture I
Art History I
Art History II
Art Appreciation
Italian Renaissance Art History
History and Appreciation of Music
Introduction to the Theatre
History and Appreciation of Dance
Social/Behavioral Sciences
GR 1123Introduction to World Geography3
AN 1143Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
College of Arts and Sciences Core
PHI 3013Business Ethics3
PS 1313Introduction to International Relations3
or PS 1513 Comparative Government
HI 3000+Upper-level History Elective (see advisor)
SO 3000+Upper-level Social Science Elective (see advisor)
Choose one of the following:3
French I
German I
Spanish I
Choose one of the following:3
French II
German II
Spanish II
Choose one of the following:3
French III
German III
Spanish III
Choose one of the following:3
French IV
German IV
Spanish IV
Choose one of the following:4
Advanced French Composition
Advanced German Composition
Advanced Spanish Composition
   and Advanced Spanish Laboratory
Choose one of the following:4
Advanced French Conversation
Advanced German Conversation
Advanced Spanish Conversation
   and Advanced Spanish Conversation Practicum
Choose one of the following:3
French Civilization
German Civilization
Hispanic Civilization
Choose one of the following:3
Business French I
Business German I
Economics of the Spanish-Speaking World
Business-related Language course3
See FL advisor for available courses
Literature course in target language3
See FL advisor for available courses
Foreign Language Elective
See FL advisor for options
College of Business Core
ACC 2013Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACC 2023Principles of Managerial Accounting3
EC 2113Principles of Macroeconomics3
EC 2123Principles of Microeconomics3
BL 2413The Legal Environment of Business3
BIS 3233Management Information Systems3
FIN 3123Financial Management3
MKT 3013Principles of Marketing3
MGT 3114Principles of Management and Production4
Oral Communication Requirement
CO 1003Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
or CO 1013 Introduction to Communication
Computer Literacy Requirement
BIS 1012Introduction to Business Information Systems2
Writing Requirement
MGT 3213Organizational Communications3
Internation Business Core
IB 1001Introduction to International Business1
IB 3900Internship Work1-6
IB 4903Internship Academic Report3
International Business Elective (see advisor)3
MGT 4863International Strategic Management3
Free Electives
Major Courses21-24
Students must select 21 hours of upper level course work within a specific business discipline to complete the major. Accounting majors must complete 24 hours of upper level (3000+) course work for the Bachelor of Accountancy degree. Courses counting toward the required hours are provided below.
Total Hours154

Accounting

ACC 3003Accounting Information Systems I3
ACC 3013Cost Accounting3
ACC 3023Intermediate Accounting I3
ACC 3033Intermediate Accounting II3
ACC 3053Accounting Information Systems II3
ACC 4013Income Tax I3
ACC 4033Auditing3
Accounting Elective (see advisor)3
3000-4000 level course

 Business Information Systems

BIS 1733Visual Basic Programming3
BIS 1753Introduction to Business COBOL3
BIS 3523Advanced Languages I3
BIS 3753Business Database Systems3
BIS 4753Structured Systems Analysis and Design3
BIS Electives 3000-4000 level courses6

Economics

EC 3113Intermediate Macroeconomics3
EC 3123Intermediate Microeconomics3
EC 4323International Economics3
EC 4643Economic Forecasting and Analysis3
Economics Electives3000-4000 level courses9

 Finance

FIN 3723Financial Markets and Institutions3
FIN 4223Intermediate Financial Management3
FIN 4243Senior Seminar in Finance3
FIN 4423Investments3
FIN 4923International Financial Management3
Finance Electives4000-level courses6

 Management

MGT 3323Entrepreneurship3
MGT 3513Introduction to Human Resource Management3
MGT 3813Organizational Behavior3
MGT 4153Management Seminar3
MGT 4613Cross-Cultural Management3
Management Electives3000-4000 level courses6

 Marketing

MKT 3933International Marketing3
MKT 4413Consumer Behavior3
MKT 4533Marketing Research3
MKT 4813Marketing Management3
Marketing Electives3000-4000-level courses 19

Footnotes

1

 See IB advisor for elective options, including a concentration in Supply Chain Management.

 Business Administration

MKT 3933International Marketing3
FIN 4923International Financial Management3
EC 4323International Economics3
MGT 4613Cross-Cultural Management3
BL 4273International Business Law3
International Business ElectivesSee adivsor6

Chinese Courses

FLC 2990 Special Topics in Chinese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLC 4000 Directed Individual Study in Chinese: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLC 4990 Special Topics in Chinese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Foreign Languages Courses

FL 1001 First Year Seminar: 1 hour.

One hour lecture. First-year seminars explore a diverse arrary of topics that provide students with an opportunity to learn about a specific discipline from skilled faculty members

FL 2990 Special Topics in Foreign Languages: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FL 4000 Directed Individual Study in Foreign Languages: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FL 4023 Introduction to Literary Criticism: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. An introduction to key theories and practices of literary analysis designed for foreign languages majors

FL 4143 Classical Mythology: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. Myths and legends of Greece and Rome and their use in literature and the arts through the ages. (Same as REL 4143/6143)

FL 4493 Greek Comedy and Tragedy: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. A study in English translation of the works of such authors as Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, and Menander in their historical and cultural context

FL 4773 The Age of Homer: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. A study of Greek epic in English translation, with a consideration of the archeological and iconographical evidence for the story of Troy

FL 4990 Special Topics in Foreign Languages: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FL 6023 Introduction to Literary Criticism: 3 hours.

FL 6143 Classical Mythology: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. Myths and legends of Greece and Rome and their use in literature and the arts through the ages. (Same as REL 4143/6143)

FL 6990 Special Topics in Foreign Languages: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FL 7000 Directed Individual Study in Foreign Languages: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FL 8113 Capstone Seminar: 3 hours.

Graduate seminar on selected topics in classical and modern literatures

FL 8990 Special Topics in Foreign Languages: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

French Courses

FLF 1113 French I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational French

FLF 1123 French II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. Conversational French. Reading of graded texts

FLF 2133 French III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 1124 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Rapid review of French grammar; oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLF 2143 French IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts. Honors section available

FLF 2990 Special Topics in French: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLF 3114 Advanced French Composition: 4 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143, FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture and laboratory. Required of all majors. Advanced instruction in all aspects of the written language

FLF 3124 Advanced French Conversation: 4 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143, FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture and laboratory. Required of all majors. A continuation of FLF 3114. Advanced instsruction in all aspects of the spoken language

FLF 3143 French Civilization: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143, FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Illustrated survey of French cultural heritage

FLF 3313 Business French I: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143, FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. The French language as used in business practices and marketing; emphasis on acquisition and application of French commercial terminology in import/export correspondence

FLF 3513 Survey of French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 2143 or FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Required by all majors. A survey of French literataure from the Middle ages to the Seventeenth - Century

FLF 3523 Survey of French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143 or FLF 2125 or equivalent or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Required of all majors. A survey of French literature from the 18th century to the present

FLF 4000 Directed Individual Study in French: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLF 4053 19th Century Studies: Baudelaire Seminar: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A close study of Baudelaire's literary and critical work

FLF 4063 19th Century French Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading of works of outstanding writers and discussion of literary currents of the century

FLF 4073 French Drama of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading of works of outstanding writers and discussion of literary currents of the century

FLF 4083 Survey of French Lyric Poetry: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading and interpretation of masterpieces. Discussion of literary currents and personalities of the century

FLF 4093 French Novel and Short Story of the 19th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading of selected masterpieces. Discussion of literary currents and personalities of the century

FLF 4103 French Novel and Short Story of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading and critical evaluation of modern French novels and short stories of various literary schools

FLF 4143 17th Century French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3513). Three hours lecture. An exploration of the major authors, figures and literary currents from the 17th Century

FLF 4153 French Classicism: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3513 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A continuation of FLF 4143/6143

FLF 4173 Introduction to Francophone Cinema: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of landmark Francophone films, their regions and cultures

FLF 4193 18th Century French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. An introduction to French Literature and essential literary movements from the 18th century

FLF 4223 French Novel Before 1945: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A course dedicated to the major French novelist for the first half of the twentieth-century and the literary movements that they represent

FLF 4233 Modern French Poetry: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLF 2143). Three hours lecture. An introduction into modern French poetry and the literary movements that epitomize this time peroid

FLF 4273 The Human Condition: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A course emphasizing the concepts of the "Human Condition" as conceptualized by seminal French writers and thinkers

FLF 4323 Studies in the 20th Century: Le Clezio Seminar: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A profound exploration of the diverse literary repertoire of one of France's greatest comtemporary authors,J.M.G.Le Clezio

FLF 4333 19th Century Studies: Decadents, Dandies, and Bohemians: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of three subcultures of modernity in the 19th century France

FLF 4990 Special Topics in French: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLF 6053 19th Century Studies: Baudelaire Seminar: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A close study of Baudelaire's literary and critical work

FLF 6073 French Drama of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading of works of outstanding writers and discussion of literary currents of the century

FLF 6083 Survey of French Lyric Poetry: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading and interpretation of masterpieces. Discussion of literary currents and personalities of the century

FLF 6093 French Novel and Short Story of the 19th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading of selected masterpieces. Discussion of literary currents and personalities of the century

FLF 6103 French Novel and Short Story of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Reading and critical evaluation of modern French novels and short stories of various literary schools

FLF 6143 17th Century French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3513). Three hours lecture. An exploration of the major authors, figures and literary currents from the 17th Century

FLF 6153 French Classicism: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3513 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A continuation of FLF 4143/6143

FLF 6173 Introduction to Francophone Cinema: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of landmark Francophone films, their regions and cultures

FLF 6193 18th Century French Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. An introduction to French Literature and essential literary movements from the 18th century

FLF 6213 Hist Fr Grammar: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLF 3114 and 3124 or consent of instructor). A history of the French language from the Strasbourg Oaths to Montaigne

FLF 6223 French Novel Before 1945: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A course dedicated to the major French novelist for the first half of the twentieth-century and the literary movements that they represent

FLF 6233 Modern French Poetry: 3 hours.

FLF 6273 The Human Condition: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A course emphasizing the concepts of the "Human Condition" as conceptualized by seminal French writers and thinkers

FLF 6323 Studies in the 20th Century: Le Clezio Seminar: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLF 2143 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture. A profound exploration of the diverse literary repertoire of one of France's greatest comtemporary authors,J.M.G.Le Clezio

FLF 6333 19th Century Studies: Decadents, Dandies, and Bohemians: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLF 3124 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of three subcultures of modernity in the 19th century France

FLF 6990 Special Topics in French: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLF 7000 Directed Individual Study in French: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLF 8000 Thesis Research/ Thesis in French: 1-13 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLF 8063 Seminar in 19th Century French Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8073 Seminar in French Drama of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8093 Seminar in the French Novel of the 19th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate Standing)

FLF 8103 Seminar in the French Novel of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8113 Seminar in French Classical and Neo-Classical Comedy: 3 hours.

(3) (Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8123 Seminar in the French Novel and Short Story of the Renaissance and Classical Period: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8223 Seminar in French Classical and Neo-Classical Tragedy: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLF 8990 Special Topics in French: 1-9 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing). Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

German Courses

FLG 1113 German I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational German

FLG 1123 German II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. Conversational German. Reading of graded texts

FLG 2133 German III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 1123). Three hours lecture. Rapid review of German grammar; oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLG 2143 German IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 2133). Three hours lecture. Oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLG 2990 Special Topics in German: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLG 3114 Advanced German Composition: 4 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 2143 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Two hour laboratory. Required of all majors. Advanced instruction concentrating on German composition

FLG 3124 Advanced German Conversation: 4 hours.

(Prerequisiste:FLG 2143 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Two hours laboratory. Required of all majors. Advanced instruction concentrating on German conversation

FLG 3143 German Civilization: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 2143 or equivalent.) Three hours lecture. A survey of German cultural heritage

FLG 3153 Modern German Culture: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. (Prerequisite: FLG 2143 or equivalent). A survey of German culture and life today

FLG 3313 Business German I: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLG 2143). Three hours lecture. The German language as used in business; emphasis on acquisition and application of German commercial terminology on import/export correspondence

FLG 3323 Business German II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 2143). Three hours lecture. The German language as used in the German stock market, trade, and exchange controls; acquisition and application of written and oral German business terminology

FLG 4000 Directed Individual Study in German: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLG 4143 Verwandlungen: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A study of the theme of "metamorphosis" in various literary genres of the German-speaking countries

FLG 4163 History of the German Language: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 3124). Three hours lecture. The relationship of High German to the parent Indo-European and to the remaining Germanic dialects; linguistic development from the earliest times to the present

FLG 4303 German Film: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste: FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture Study of films from the German-speaking countries from the early twentieth century to today

FLG 4353 German Novella: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. Study of novellas written in German

FLG 4463 German Drama of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading of works of outstanding writers and discussion of literary currents of the century

FLG 4493 Mysteries in Literature and Film: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A study of the genre of mysteries in German-language literature and film

FLG 4503 German Literature to 1750: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. German literature from it origins to Storm and Stress

FLG 4523 German Literature from 1750 to Present: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or eequivalent).Three hours lecture. A survey of German literature from the Enlightment to the present

FLG 4990 Special Topics in German: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLG 6143 Verwandlungen: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A study of the theme of "metamorphosis" in various literary genres of the German-speaking countries

FLG 6163 History of the German Language: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 3124). Three hours lecture. The relationship of High German to the parent Indo-European and to the remaining Germanic dialects; linguistic development from the earliest times to the present

FLG 6303 German Film: 3 hours.

(Prerequisiste: FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture Study of films from the German-speaking countries from the early twentieth century to today

FLG 6353 German Novella: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. Study of novellas written in German

FLG 6463 German Drama of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLG 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading of works of outstanding writers and discussion of literary currents of the century

FLG 6493 Mysteries in Literature and Film: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A study of the genre of mysteries in German-language literature and film

FLG 6503 German Literature to 1750: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. German literature from it origins to Storm and Stress

FLG 6523 German Literature from 1750 to Present: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLG 2143 or eequivalent).Three hours lecture. A survey of German literature from the Enlightment to the present

FLG 6990 Special Topics in German: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLG 7000 Directed Individual Study in German: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLG 8000 Thesis Research/ Thesis in German: 1-13 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLG 8443 Eighteenth-Century German Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing). Three hours lecture. A study of dramas from the Enlightenment, Sensibility, and Storm-and-Stress periods

FLG 8483 Twentieth-Century German Short Story: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite Graduate standing). Three hours lecture. A study of twentieth-century short prose fiction in German

FLG 8990 Special Topics in German: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Greek Courses

FLH 1113 Greek I: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. An introduction to Biblical and Classical Greek

FLH 1123 Elementary Ancient Greek II: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. A continuation of FLH 1113

FLH 2133 Greek III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLH 1123 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Introduction to ancient Greek literature. Selected readings from Homer, Herodotus, and Plato

FLH 2143 Greek IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLH 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Introduction to ancient Greek literature. Selected readings from Aristotle, the New Testament, and the Church Fathers

FLH 2990 Special Topics in Greek: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLH 4000 Directed Individual Study: 1-9 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLH 4990 Special Topics in Greek: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLH 6990 Special Topics in Greek: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLH 8990 Special Topics in Greek: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Italian Courses

FLI 1113 Italian I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory. An introduction to written and spoken Italian in a cultural context

FLI 1123 Italian II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLI 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory. A continuation of Italian I, emphasizing oral expression, reading comprehension, and writing

FLI 2133 Italian III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLI 1123 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. This course will expand students' skill in Italian, focusing on speaking, understanding, reading, and writing in a cultural context

FLI 2143 Italian IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. This course focuses on reviewing and expanding functional skills in Italian, including reading, writing, and oral proficiency through the study of modern masterpieces of Italian literature and arts

FLI 2990 Special Topics in Italian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLI 4000 Directed Individual Study in Italian: 1-6 hours.

FLI 4990 Special Topics in Italian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Japanese Courses

FLJ 1113 Japanese I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational Japanese

FLJ 1123 Japanese II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLJ 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational Japanese

FLJ 2133 Japanese III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLJ 1124 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Rapid review of Japanese grammar; oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLJ 2143 Japanese IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLJ 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Oral-aural practice; reading and discussion of intermediate texts

FLJ 2990 Special Topics in Japanese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and tltle to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one tltle within two academic years)

FLJ 4000 Directed Individual Study in Japanese: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLJ 4990 Special Topics in Japanese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLJ 6990 Special Topics in Japanese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLJ 7000 Directed Individual Study in Japanese: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLJ 8990 Special Topics in Japanese: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Latin Courses

FLL 1113 Latin I: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. An introduction to the Latin language

FLL 1123 Latin II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLL 1113 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Grammar; elementary reading

FLL 2133 Latin III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLL 1123 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Review of Latin grammar; reading of intermediate texts

FLL 2143 Latin IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Reading of intermediate texts

FLL 2990 Special Topics in Latin: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLL 4000 Directed Individual Study in Latin: 1-6 hours.

(Prerequisite: Junior standing). Hours and credits to be arranged

FLL 4990 Special Topics in Latin: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLL 6990 Special Topics in Latin: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLL 7000 Directed Individual Study in Latin: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLL 8990 Special Topics in Latin: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Russian Courses

FLR 1113 Russian I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational Russian

FLR 1123 Russian II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLR 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture. Two horus recitation. Conversational Russian. Reading of graded texts

FLR 2133 Russian III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLR 1124). Three hours lecture. Rapid review of Russian grammar; oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLR 2143 Russian IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLR 2133). Three hours lecture. Oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts

FLR 2990 Special Topics in Russian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLR 4000 Directed Individual Study in Russian: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLR 4990 Special Topics in Russian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLR 6990 Special Topics in Russian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLR 8990 Special Topics in Russian: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

Spanish Courses

FLS 1001 First Year Seminar: 1 hour.

One hour lecture. First-year seminars explore a diverse arrary of topics that provide students with an opportunity to learn about a specific discipline from skilled faculty members

FLS 1113 Spanish I: 3 hours.

Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. An introduction to conversational Spanish

FLS 1123 Spanish II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 1113 or equivalent). Two hours lecture. Two hours recitation. Conversational Spanish. Reading of graded texts

FLS 1213 Spanish for the Green Industry I: 3 hours.

Three hours lecture. Conversational Spanish for students majoring in agricultural related professions

FLS 1223 Spanish for the Green Industry II: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 1213 or the equivalent). Three hours lecture.Conversational Spanish for students majoring in agricultural related professions

FLS 2133 Spanish III: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 1124 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Rapid review of Spanish grammar; oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts. Honors section available

FLS 2143 Spanish IV: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 2133 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. Oral-aural practice; reading of intermediate texts. Honors section available

FLS 2990 Special Topics in Spanish: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLS 3111 Advanced Spanish Laboratory: 1 hour.

(Prerequisite: FLS 2143 or FLS 2125). Three hours laboratory. A laboratory course to accompany FLS 3313 or to be taken separately. Required of all majors

FLS 3113 Advanced Spanish Composition: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 2143 or FLS 2125). Three hours lecture. Required of all majors. Instruction in written composition through study of advanced grammar and writing tecniques

FLS 3121 Advanced Spanish Conversation Practicum: 1 hour.

(Prerequisite: FLS 2143 or consent of department). One hour practicum. Required of all majors. A practicum to complement FLS 3233

FLS 3143 Hispanic Civilization: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 2143 or FLS 2125). Three hours lecture. Illustrated survey of Hispanic cultural heritage

FLS 3233 Advanced Spanish Conversation: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 2143 or equivalent).Required of all majors. Advanced instruction in Spanish with emphasis on an oral communication skills

FLS 3313 Economics of the Spanish-Speaking World: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 2143 or equivalent). Thre hours lecture. Study of the economic structures and business cultures of Spanish-speaking countries, with emphasis on economic terminology

FLS 3323 Enterprises in the Spanish-Speaking World: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 2143 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. Designed to provide a functional command of conversational and written Spanish for business interactions in the modern world

FLS 3613 Spanish Literature: Middle Ages-Golden Age: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 2143 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A survey of Spanish Literature from the Middle Ages to the Golden Age. (c.1000-1640)

FLS 3623 Introduction to Spanish Literature, 19th Century – Present: 3 hours.

An introduction to Peninsular Spanish literature from the 19th century to the present

FLS 4000 Directed Individual Study in Spanish: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLS 4213 Modern Spanish Women Writers: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113, FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish women writers

FLS 4223 Spanish Novel of the Golden Age: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. A study of the picaresque novel and the short novel of the Golden Age

FLS 4243 Modern Spanish Essay: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor).Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish Essay

FLS 4263 20th Century Spanish Novel and Short Stories: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading and critical evaluation of selected Spanish novels and short stories from the Generation of 1898 to the present

FLS 4273 Modern Spanish Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor).Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish drama

FLS 4283 The Contemporary Spanish-American Novel and Short Story: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of major contemporary Spanish-American novels and short stories

FLS 4293 Cinema in the Context of Spanish Culture: 3 hours.

(Prerequiste:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. An introduction to Spanish cinema

FLS 4323 Spanish Drama of the Golden Age: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. A study of dramatic works of Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Calderon, and minor dramatic writers of the 17th century

FLS 4423 Survey of Spanish Lyric Poetry: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. Reading and interpretation of masterpieces of Spanish lyric poetry and poetic theory from the Middle Ages to the present

FLS 4523 The Renaissance: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. Spanish literature and thought of the Renaissance

FLS 4543 Survey of Modern Spanish-American Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3223 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A survey of Spanish-American Literature from Modernism to the present

FLS 4573 Contemporary Spanish-American Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3223 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. An analysis of representative works of twenty-century Spanish-American dramatic literature

FLS 4613 Spanish-American Cinema: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513 ).Three hours lecture. An overview of the cultural and historic trends in Spanish-American cinema

FLS 4633 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLS 3233 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture . Introduction to linguistic analyses and their application to the syntactic, morphological,semantic, phonological, historical, and sociolinguistic aspects of the Spanish language

FLS 4643 Spanish Phonology: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3233 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Introduction to the articulatory classification of Spanish sounds. Discussion of the mental organization of these sounds, and the processes which transform them during speech

FLS 4653 History of the Spanish Language: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. The history of the development of the Spanish language from its origins to the present

FLS 4853 Survey of Spanish-American Poetry: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3513 or equivalent).Three hours lecture. A panoramic study of the Spanish-American poetry from early to present times

FLS 4990 Special Topics in Spanish: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLS 6213 Modern Spanish Women Writers: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113, FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish women writers

FLS 6223 Spanish Novel of the Golden Age: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. A study of the picaresque novel and the short novel of the Golden Age

FLS 6243 Modern Spanish Essay: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor).Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish Essay

FLS 6273 Modern Spanish Drama: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor).Three hours lecture. An introduction to modern Spanish drama

FLS 6283 The Contemporary Spanish-American Novel and Short Story: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3523 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. A study of major contemporary Spanish-American novels and short stories

FLS 6293 Cinema in the Context of Spanish Culture: 3 hours.

(Prerequiste:FLS 3113,FLS 3223 or equivalent, or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. An introduction to Spanish cinema

FLS 6323 Spanish Drama of the Golden Age: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. A study of dramatic works of Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Calderon, and minor dramatic writers of the 17th century

FLS 6543 Survey of Modern Spanish-American Literature: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite:FLS 3223 or equivalent). Three hours lecture. A survey of Spanish-American Literature from Modernism to the present

FLS 6633 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics: 3 hours.

(Prerequisites: FLS 3233 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture . Introduction to linguistic analyses and their application to the syntactic, morphological,semantic, phonological, historical, and sociolinguistic aspects of the Spanish language

FLS 6643 Spanish Phonology: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3233 or consent of instructor). Three hours lecture. Introduction to the articulatory classification of Spanish sounds. Discussion of the mental organization of these sounds, and the processes which transform them during speech

FLS 6653 History of the Spanish Language: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: FLS 3513). Three hours lecture. The history of the development of the Spanish language from its origins to the present

FLS 6990 Special Topics in Spanish: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)

FLS 7000 Directed Individual Study in Spanish: 1-6 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLS 8000 Thesis Research/ Thesis in Spanish: 1-13 hours.

Hours and credits to be arranged

FLS 8223 Seminar in the Picaresque Novel: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLS 8263 Seminar in the Novel of the 20th Century: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing)

FLS 8283 The Contemporary Spanish-American Novel and Short Story: 3 hours.

(Prerequisite: Graduate standing). Three hours lecture. A study of major contemporary Spanish-American novels and short stories

FLS 8990 Special Topics in Spanish: 1-9 hours.

Credit and title to be arranged. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer developing subject matter areas not covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years)