Minimum Requirements for Degree: 120 credits
In a shrinking world Americans increasingly need to communicate directly with other peoples to achieve mutual understanding. The language people speak embodies a unique culture and its way of thinking, feeling and viewing the world.
Therefore to know only one language is to think in only one way. The study of foreign languages and literatures liberates the student from the confines of one culture.
Foreign language majors are encouraged to spend one or both semesters of their junior year in an exchange program appropriate to their language focus.
Foreign Language -- B.A. Degree
1. Complete the general university requirements.
2. Complete the B.A. degree requirements.
3. Complete the following first language requirements:*
a. Complete one language from the following French, German, Russian or Spanish courses:
** 431, 432 may be repeated for credit if the topics vary.
*** One 400-level course from another discipline appropriate to the major language may be accepted if approved by your foreign language advisor.
**** The second language does not satisfy the minor requirements.
***** Students may repeat any 400-level language course for credit if the topics vary.
Note: Choosing a minor: In addition to a first and second language, students should complete a well-defined minor, related to their career goals. When choosing a minor it is highly recommended that students see an advisor as early as possible.
Note: Recommended background courses: LING 101 and LING 216.
Note: 100-level language courses (which are preparatory to, but not part of the foreign language degree) may be counted toward fulfillment of requirements specified under Perspectives on the Human Condition and/or Humanities. Each language counts as a separate discipline.
1. Complete the following:
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Last modified March 10, 1999