Foreign Languages Courses

FLF 101 - Elementary French (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLF 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLF 102.

FLF 102 - Elementary French (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLF 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLF 102.

FLF 201 - Intermediate French (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Continuation of basic structures and vocabulary, plus review. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture and civilization. Prerequisites: FLF 102 or equivalent; FLF 201 is prerequisite for FLF 202.

FLF 202 - Intermediate French (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Continuation of basic structures and vocabulary, plus review. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture and civilization. Prerequisites: FLF 102 or equivalent; FLF 201 is prerequisite for FLF 202.

FLF 303 - Composition (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on developing skills for written expression through writing letters, reports, and essays. Prerequisite: FLF 202, or equivalent.

FLF 304 - Conversation (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on improving listening comprehension and speaking proficiency through free conversation and oral reports. Prerequisite: FLF 202, or equivalent.

FLF 316 - Topics in French Language and Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated under a different topic for maximum of 9 hrs. credit. Prerequisite: FLF 303 or equivalent.

FLF 320 - French Phonetics (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
French phonetic elements in isolation as well as in normal speech patterns. Practice in correct pronunciation of individual sounds, words, phrases, and sentences. Individual and class work with tape recordings. Required for all French majors. Prerequisite: FLF 303 or consent of instructor.

FLF 321 - French Culture and Civilization (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
An introduction to the culture and civilization of France, including the history, geography, politics, literature, arts, and daily life from Prehistory to the end of the Colonial Empire (1960's). Prerequisite: FLF 303 or consent of instructor.

FLF 322 - Contemporary France (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Examines social, political, and cultural aspects of modern France, including education, immigration, government, family, and work, as well as France's relationship to Europe and the world. Sources include texts, articles, and newscasts. Prerequisite: FLF 303 or consent of instructor.

FLF 325 - Introduction to French Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. HL
Principles and methods for studying literature. Selected works of French fiction, drama, and poetry. Prerequisite: FLF 303 or consent of instructor.

FLF 334 - Commercial French (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Introduction to language skills for commercial communication with French speaking countries. Emphasis on written and oral activities dealing with banks, sales, freight, insurances, advertisement, export, trade, and unions. Prerequisites: FLF 303 or consent of instructor.

FLF 340 - French Literature I (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
An historical survey of French literature from the Middle Ages through the eighteenth century, examining the major authors of the period in their cultural and literary context. Prerequisite: FLF 303.

FLF 341 - French Literature II (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
An historical survey of French literature from the nineteenth century to the present, examining the major authors of the period in their cultural and literary context. Prerequisite: FLF 303.

FLF 490 - Topics in French Language Or Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated for a maximum of nine credits. Prerequisites: FLF 303, 325 or consent of instructor.

FLF 492 - Practicum in French (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Supervised work study in community service activities involving use of the foreign language. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: consent of department chair.

FLF 495 - Independent Study (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Independent study and research in a specific field of French language or phase of literary production. May be repeated for maximum of 6 hrs. credit. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing; consent of department chair.

FLG 101 - Elementary German (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLG 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLG 102.

FLG 102 - Elementary German (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLG 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLG 102.

FLG 201 - Intermediate German (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Review of basic structures and vocabulary. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture, and modern life. Prerequisite: FLG 102 or equivalent; FLG 201 is prerequisite for FLG 202.

FLG 202 - Intermediate German (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Review of basic structures and vocabulary. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture, and modern life. Prerequisite: FLG 102 or equivalent; FLG 201 is prerequisite for FLG 202.

FLG 303 - Composition (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Development of ability to write with ease and accuracy in the German language: creative, business, technical, and expository writing. Translation skills. Thorough grammar review. Prerequisite: FLG 202, or equivalent.

FLG 304 - Conversation (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on improving listening comprehension and speaking proficiency through free and controlled conversation, oral reports, and small discussion groups. Emphasis on correct idiomatic use of the German language in everyday situations. Prerequisite: FLG 202, or equivalent.

FLG 316 - Topics in German Language and Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated under a different topic for maximum of 9 hrs. credit. Prerequisite: FLG 202, or equivalent.

FLG 321 - Survey of German Culture and Civilization (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Major periods in the culture and civilization of Germany and German-speaking countries from the Medieval Period to the present. Taught in German. Prerequisites: FLG 202 or equivalent.

FLG 325 - Introduction to German Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. HL
Critical analysis of different forms, movements, and themes in fiction, drama, essay, and poetry of German-speaking lands. Prerequisite: FLG 202, or equivalent.

FLG 334 - Commercial German (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Advanced level communicative competence in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as they pertain to business situations. Emphasis on development of cultural awareness and sensitivity to cultural differences. Prerequisites: FLG 202 or equivalent.

FLG 492 - Practicum in German (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Supervised work study in community service activities involving use of the foreign language. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: consent of department chair.

FLG 495 - Independent Study (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Independent study and research in a specific field of German language or phase of literary production. May be repeated for maximum of 6 hrs. credit. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing; consent of department chair.

FLH 101 - Elementary Hebrew (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on basic structures and vocabulary of the language. Intensive practice in listening and speaking. Laboratory required. Prerequisite: FLH 101 is prerequisite for FLH 102.

FLH 102 - Elementary Hebrew (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on basic structures and vocabulary of the language. Intensive practice in listening and speaking. Laboratory required. Prerequisite: FLH 101 is prerequisite for FLH 102.

FLH 201 - Intermediate Hebrew (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Review of basic structures and vocabulary. Emphasis on development of language skills. Readings from modern authors; composition. Laboratory required. Prerequisite: FLH 102. FLH 201 is prerequisite for FLH 202.

FLH 202 - Intermediate Hebrew (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Review of basic structures and vocabulary. Emphasis on development of language skills. Readings from modern authors; composition. Laboratory required. Prerequisite: FLH 102. FLH 201 is prerequisite for FLH 202.

FLS 101 - Elementary Spanish (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLS 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLS 102.

FLS 102 - Elementary Spanish (4 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Necessary vocabulary, elementary structures, and oral and written practice. Training in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory included. Prerequisite: FLS 101 or equivalent is prerequisite for FLS 102.

FLS 201 - Intermediate Spanish (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Continuation of basic structures and vocabulary, plus review. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture, and civilization. Prerequisites: FLS 102 or equivalent; FLS 201 is prerequisite for FLS 202.

FLS 202 - Intermediate Spanish (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Continuation of basic structures and vocabulary, plus review. Emphasis on further development of the four language skills through oral and written practice and readings in literature, culture, and civilization. Prerequisites: FLS 102 or equivalent; FLS 201 is prerequisite for FLS 202.

FLS 303 - Composition (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on improving written proficiency. Thorough grammar review, translation exercises, and writing various types of prose. Emphasis on correct, idiomatic use of Spanish in everyday situations. Prerequisite: FLS 202, or equivalent.

FLS 304 - Conversation (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Emphasis on improving speaking proficiency and listening comprehension through free conversation and oral presentations. Emphasis on correct, idiomatic use of Spanish in everyday situations. Prerequisite: FLS 202, or equivalent.

FLS 316 - Topics in Hispanic Language and Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated under a different topic for maximum of 9 hrs. credit. Prerequisite: FLS 325 or equivalent.

FLS 320 - Spanish Phonetics (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Spanish phonetic elements in isolation as well as in normal speech patterns. Practice in correct pronunciation of individual sounds, words, phrases, and sentences. Individual and class work with tape recordings. Prerequisites: FLS 303 or equivalent.

FLS 321 - Peninsular Spanish Civilization and Culture (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
An integrated survey of civilization and culture of the Iberian Peninsula from prehistoric times to the present. Survey concentrates on Spanish arts and intellectual achievements. Prerequisite: FLS 303 or consent of instructor.

FLS 322 - Latin-American Civilization and Culture (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
An integrated survey of Latin-American civilization and culture from pre-Columbian times to the present. Survey concentrates on Latin-American arts and intellectual achievements. Prerequisite: FLS 303 or consent of instructor.

FLS 325 - Introduction to Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. HL
Elements, techniques, and forms of Hispanic fiction, drama, and poetry. Readings in Peninsular and Spanish American literature. Prerequisite: FLS 303 and 304, or consent of instructor.

FLS 334 - Commercial Spanish (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Introduction to language skills for commercial communication and Hispanic business practices. Prerequisites: FLS 303, 304; or consent of instructor.

FLS 340 - Spanish Literature I (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. HL
Analysis of human values in representing works of major Iberian writers of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor. FLS 321 recommended.

FLS 341 - Spanish Literature II (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. HL
Values-based analysis of representative works of major Iberian authors from Neo-classical, Romantic, and Realist-Naturalist periods. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor; FLS 321, 340 recommended.

FLS 342 - Survey of Hispanic American Literature I (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. NW
Analysis of Hispanic-American literature from its roots in the indigenous pre-Columbian civilizations to Modernism. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor. FLS 322 recommended.

FLS 343 - Survey of Hispanic American Literature II (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. NW
Analysis of non-Western cultures and traditions in representative works by major authors of Hispanic-America from 1910 to present. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor. FLS 322, 342 recommended.

FLS 403 - Advanced Conversation & Composition (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Advanced course in speaking and writing. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor.

FLS 430 - Introduction to Translation (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.

FLS 490 - Topics in Hispanic Language and Literature (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated for maximum of 9 hrs. credit. Prerequisites: FLS 325 or consent of instructor.

FLS 492 - Practicum in Spanish (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Supervised work study in community service activities involving use of the foreign language. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: consent of department chair.

FLS 495 - Independent Study (1-3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Independent study and research in a specific field or phase of Spanish language or literary production. May be repeated for maximum of 6 hrs. credit. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing; consent of department chair.

FLL 311 - Introduction to Language (3 hours)
Gen. Ed.
Introduction to the study of language; its structure, acquisition, and function in society. Cross listed as ENG 311.