Modern Foreign Languages Description of Courses

Courses designated as Elementary or Intermediate must be taken and passed in sequence. Placement tests are given in the Department Office, upon request, to students with prior experience with French, German, or Spanish in order to place them at an appropr iate level.

FRENCH (FRENCH-370)
GERMAN (GERMAN-410)
JAPANESE (JAPAN-478)
PORTUGUESE (PORT-695)
RUSSIAN (RUSSIAN-745)
SPANISH (SPANISH-780)
FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH (Studies Abroad)

PORTUGUESE (PORT-695)

111-112 Elementary Portuguese (4, 4) An introductory course emphasizing listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

211-212 Intermediate Portuguese (3, 3) Grammar review, writing, and conversation. Prereq: Port 112 or instructor's approval.

RUSSIAN (RUSSIAN-745)

111-112 Elementary Russian (4, 4) An introductory course emphasizing listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH

Study Abroad: French, German, or Spanish study abroad is to be done under the supervision of a UTM faculty member or a faculty member from another university. Approval is to be received from the Modern Foreign Languages Department.

360 (560) Studies Abroad I (3) In-residence study of the civilization of the area visited. Classroom lectures in English. Relevant field trips. Elective credit only. Foreign language credit for B.A. degree only.

370 Studies Abroad II (1-3) Formal study of a specific aspect of the culture of the area visited. The course of study must be approved in advance by the Department of Modern Foreign Languages. These courses will be taught in English and cannot be applied toward a major or min or in foreign languages.

391 (591) Intensive Conversation in a Foreign Country (3) Prereq: French (or German or Spanish) 112 or equivalent.


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