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Advanced courses offered by the Department of World Languages and Literatures for the 2022 fall semester.  If permission is required to enroll, please consult the instructor. Classroom numbers are subject to change.  If a course is on-line, be sure to log in on the first day.

French

  • FRE 402 Advanced French Grammar and Syntax, MW 3:25-4:40, Dr. Loriot-Raymer
  • FRE 481 Studies in French Literature (Caribbean Literature) , MWF 12:00-12:50, Dr. Rosales Figueroa
    • (cross-listed with SPI 481)
  • WLL 400 World Languages Program Assessment, on-line, Dr. Connelly (a reminder for majors nearing graduation)
  • WLL 450 Methods of Teaching World Languages, on-line, Prof. Corea

German

  • GER 307 Introduction to German Translation, on-line, Dr. Fieler
  • GER 320 Survey of German Literature, TR 10:50-12:05, Dr. Fieler
  • WLL 400 World Languages Program Assessment, on-line, Dr. Connelly (a reminder for majors nearing graduation)
  • WLL 450 Methods of Teaching World Languages, on-line, Prof. Corea

Japanese

  • JPN 304 Japanese Composition and Conversation, TR 3:05-4:20, Prof. Marui
  • JPN 322 Japanese Drama, MW 2:00-3:15, Dr. Agnew
  • JPN 480 Anime Studies, MW 3:25-4:40, Prof. Nakamura
  • WLL 400 World Languages Program Assessment, on-line, Dr. Connelly (a reminder for majors nearing graduation)

Spanish

  • SPI 304 Spanish Composition and Conversation, TR 12:15-1:30, Dr. Landwehr
  • SPI 323 Hispanic Prose Fiction, TR 10:50-12:05, Dr. Larson
  • SPI 340 Business Spanish, MW 2:00-3:15, Prof. Encarnaci√≥n
  • SPI 481 Studiesin Spanish and Spanish-American Literature (Caribbean Literature) , MWF 12:00-12:50, Dr. Rosales Figueroa
    •  (cross-listed with FRE 481) 
  • WLL 400 World Languages Program Assessment, on-line, Dr. Connelly (a reminder for majors nearing graduation)
  • WLL 450 Methods of Teaching World Languages, on-line, Prof. Corea

Interdisciplinary courses

Nota bene: Here are the interdisciplinary courses to be offered by other departments that pertain to programs in World Languages and Literatures (this list contains only courses the department is aware of.  Other courses may be available.  Remember that there may be prerequisites for some courses.).

French Major
  • ANT 275 Language and Culture,
    • section 001: MWF 10:00-10:50, Dr. Hume
    • section 002: on-line, Dr. Hume
  • ENG 206 Western World Literature I, on-line, Dr. Kent-Drury
  • HIS 472 Modern and Contemporary Europe, TR 12:15-1:30
  • PHI 305 Existentialism, MWF 11:00-11:50, Dr. Blahnik
German Major
  • ANT 275 Language and Culture
    • section 001: 10:00-10:50 MWF, Dr. Hume
    • section 002: on-line, Dr. Hume
  • ENG 206 Western World Literature I, on-line, Dr. Kent-Drury
  • ENG 371 Traditional Grammar, on-line, Dr. Bloch
  • HIS 472 Modern and Contemporary Europe, TR 12:15-1:30
  • PHI 305 Existentialism, MWF 11:00-11:50, Dr. Blahnik
Japanese Major
  • ANT 275 Language and Culture,
    • section 001: MWF 10:00-10:50, Dr. Hume
    • section 002: on-line, Dr. Hume
  • HIS 338 History of Japan, on-line, Dr. Tenkotte
Spanish Major
  • ANT 275 Language and Culture
    • section 001: 10:00-10:50 MWF, Dr. Hume
    • section 002: on-line, Dr. Hume
  • ENG 206 Western World Literature I, on-line, Dr. Kent-Drury
  • HIS 472 Modern and Contemporary Europe, TR 12:15-1:30


aggiornamento al 28 febbraio 2022