University Bulletin 2017-2018

Foreign Languages and Lit

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  • LG 024
    Foreign Lang Proficiency Test
    0 cr

    Elementary level proficiency test administered to Arts and Sciences students who wish to demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language other than French, German, or Spanish.

  • LG 101
    Introductory Latin I
    3 cr

    Introductory Latin I is the first half of a two-course sequence in Classical Latin. The goal of the courses is to achieve basic proficiency in understanding and reading Latin and to acquire a basic knowledge of Roman customs, history and culture.

  • LG 102
    Introductory Latin II
    3 cr

    Introductory Latin II is the second half of a two-course sequence in Classical Latin. The goal of the courses is to achieve basic proficiency in understanding and reading Latin and to acquire a basic knowledge of Roman customs, history and culture.

    Pre-requisite: LG 101 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 110
    World Languages
    3 cr

    The general aim of this introductory-level course is to ground students in a basic understanding of the social, political, economic and cultural realities of language around the globe, including the importance of mastering one or more languages other than one's native tongue. Students taking the course will profit from an understanding of language value in the global marketplace and will gain new insight into their own native language through a brief examination of the structures of several of the world's major languages. The course may feature guest presenters and will also discuss techniques of language acquisition.

  • LG 111
    Introductory French I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in introductory French. The goal of the two-semester sequence is to achieve a basic proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing French, and to acquire basic knowledge of French-speaking cultures. Fee. Core Course.

  • LG 112
    Introductory French II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the introductory course. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 111 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 131
    Introductory Spanish I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in introductory Spanish. The goal of the two-semester course is to achieve a basic proficiency in communication in Spanish through the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Fee. Core Course.

  • LG 132
    Introductory Spanish II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the introductory course. Fee. Core course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 131 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 141
    Intro Classical Greek I
    3 cr

    Introductory Classical Greek I is the first half of a two-course sequence in Classical Greek. The goal of the courses is to achieve basic proficiency in understanding and reading Greek and to acquire a basic knowledge of ancient Greek customs, history, and culture.

  • LG 142
    Intro Classical Greek II
    3 cr

    Introductory Classical Greek II is the second half of a two-course sequence in Classical Greek.

    Pre-requisite: LG 141 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 151
    Introductory German I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in introductory German. The goal of the two-semester course is to achieve a basic proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing German, and to acquire basic knowledge of German-speaking cultures. Fee. Core Course.

  • LG 152
    Introductory German II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the introductory course. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 151 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 171
    Introductory Russian I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in Introductory Russian. The goal of the two-semester course is to achieve a basic proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Russian. Fee. Core Course.

  • LG 172
    Introductory Russian II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the introductory course. Fee. Core course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 171 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 173
    Accelerated Intro Russian - H
    6 cr

    A one-semester intensive first-year course for highly motivated students with prior instruction in a foreign language (either high school or college level) with a B average or better. This course covers material taught in LG 171 and 172 and satisfies the Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement. By permission of the instructor. Usually taught in the Spring semester. Fees.

  • LG 190
    Sp Top -
    1 TO 3 cr

    Topics to be determined by student need and interest. Course may be repeated when content varies for a total of 12 credit hours.

  • LG 201
    Intermediate Latin I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Latin. The course is a continuation of the study necessary to achieve fluency in reading, understanding, and translating Classical Latin. A comprehensive review of grammar is accompanied with the presentation of material beyond the scope of Introductory Latin I and II. All texts for reading and translation are presented in the original classical texts, unabridged and complete. Emphasis on the development of the periods of classical Roman literature as well as pertinent events in Roman history and culture.

    Pre-requisite: LG 102 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 202
    Intermediate Latin II
    3 cr

    The second of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Latin.

    Pre-requisite: LG 201 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 205
    Modern Lit in Translation
    3 cr

    A varying-content course designed to introduce the student to selected major works of one language other than English. Works from English-speaking countries may occasionally be used for the purpose of cross-cultural comparison. The student may choose from a number of specific topics that will be designated prior to each semester. All readings and discussions are in English. May be repeated for credit when course content varies. Foreign Language majors wishing to have one or several of these courses count toward their major must seek prior approval from their advisor.

    Pre-requisite: (EH 102 Minimum Grade of B or EH 105 Minimum Grade of B)
  • LG 211
    Intermediate French I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in intermediate French. A continuation of the training necessary to achieve fluency in understanding, speaking, reading and writing French. A comprehensive grammar review is complemented by elaboration of grammatical topics and lexical development beyond the scope of Introductory French I and II. Readings of literary and cultural texts treating French-speaking areas of the world. Emphasis on fluency in conversation and cultural fluency through class discussion of both written and recorded texts from the Francophone world. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 112 Minimum Grade of C or LG 113 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 212
    Intermediate French II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the intermediate sequence. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 211 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 213
    Accelerated Inter French - H
    4 cr

    A one-semester intensive intermediate course for students who have successfully completed LG 113 (Accelerated Introductory French-Honors), or the equivalent. This course covers material taught in LG 211 and 212. Usually taught in the Spring semester. By permission of instructor. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: LG 112 Minimum Grade of C or LG 113 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 231
    Intermediate Spanish I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Spanish. A continuation of the training necessary to achieve fluency. Grammar review, class discussions, extensive oral and written work, short readings in literature and culture are included. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 132 Minimum Grade of C or LG 133 Minimum Grade of C or LG 134 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 232
    Intermediate Spanish II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the intermediate sequence. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 231 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 234
    Inter Spanish Accel -H
    6 cr

    A one-semester intensive intermediate course for students who have successfully completed LG 134 (Accelerated Introductory Spanish), or the equivalent. This course covers the material taught in LG 231 and 232. Core Course. By permission of the instructor. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 132 Minimum Grade of C or LG 133 Minimum Grade of C or LG 134 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 241
    Interm Classical Greek I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Classical Greek. The course is a continuation of the study necessary to achieve fluency in reading, understanding and translating Classical Greek. A comprehensive review of grammar is accompanied with the presentation of material beyond the scope of Introductory Classical Greek I and II. All texts for reading and translation are presented in the original classical texts, unabridged and complete. Emphasis on the development of the periods of classical Greek literature as well as pertinent events in Greek history and culture.

    Pre-requisite: LG 142 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 242
    Interm Classical Greek II
    3 cr

    The second of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Classical Greek.

    Pre-requisite: LG 241 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 251
    Intermediate German I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in Intermediate German. A continuation of the training necessary to achieve fluency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing German. Reading of literary, cultural, and historical texts. Class discussions, reports in German, both oral and written, are required. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 152 Minimum Grade of C or LG 153 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 252
    Intermediate German II
    3 cr

    The second semester of the intermediate sequence. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 251 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 271
    Intermediate Russian I
    3 cr

    The first of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Russian. A continuation of the training necessary to achieve fluency and understanding in speaking, reading, and writing Russian. Reading of literary and cultural texts. Increased practice in Russian conversation. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 172 Minimum Grade of C or LG 173 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 272
    Intermediate Russian II
    3 cr

    The second semester of intermediate Russian. Fee. Core Course.

    Pre-requisite: LG 271 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 283
    Chinese HY in Film and Lit
    3 cr

    This course will introduce students to major topics in Chinese history, covering both ancient periods such as the Three Kingdoms period, and twentieth-century events such as the war with Japan and the Cultural Revolution. Post-Tiananmen Chinese society will also be stressed. Students will explore these themes through Chinese film and literature, and will thus become familiar with major directors, including Zhang Yimou and Jia Zhangke, and writers such as Yu Hua.

  • LG 290
    Sp Top -
    1 TO 3 cr

    Topics to be determined by student need and interest. Course may be repeated when content varies for a total of 12 hours.

  • LG 305
    Studies in Gender and Writing
    3 cr

    A varying-content course that provides an in-depth study of gender-related questions in a literary and cross-cultural context. Unless otherwise indicated, all readings and discussions are in English. May be repeated for credit for a total of nine hours when course content varies. Foreign Language majors wishing to have one or several of these courses count toward their major must seek prior approval from their advisor.

    Pre-requisite: (EH 102 Minimum Grade of C or EH 105 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 311
    Survey French Lit Culture I
    3 cr

    The first part of a two-semester course that deals with the major periods of French culture. Readings of representative works from the Middle Ages through the Eighteenth Century. In French.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 312
    Survey French Lit Culture II
    3 cr

    The second part of a two-semester course that deals with the major periods of French culture. Readings of representative works from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. In French.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 314
    Advanced French Conversation
    1 cr

    Intensive conversation with practice using various levels of the spoken language from slang to formal speech. Emphasis on the sounds and idioms of French. The course meets one hour per week with the instructor and one hour per week for a lab session, often with a native speaker. The content of this course will vary over four consecutive semesters. This course may be repeated for a maximum of four credits.

    Pre-requisite: LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 326
    Adv French Grammar-Conversatn
    3 cr

    Comprehensive review of French grammar coupled with weekly practice in conversation using various levels of the spoken language from slang to formal speech. Emphasis on vocabulary acquisition and mastering the more complex features of French grammar.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 327
    Adv French Comp-Conversatn - W
    3 cr

    Intensive course in writing French coupled with oral presentations and activities designed to enhance the student's command of the language.

    Pre-requisite: LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 333
    Spanish Conversatn-Comp
    3 cr

    Extensive oral and written work through a variety of activities to review and reinforce acquired language skills, emphasizing vocabulary acquisition and fluency in the language.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 232 Minimum Grade of C or LG 234 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 334
    Adv Spanish Grammar-Comp - W
    3 cr

    Extensive study of major aspects of Spanish grammar with emphasis on increasing proficiency in the four language skills. Special emphasis is placed on descriptive and narrative writing.

    Pre-requisite: LG 232 Minimum Grade of C or LG 234 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 335
    Commercial-Technical Spanish
    3 cr

    Advanced course in written and spoken business and technical Spanish. Emphasis on writing proficiency in various aspects of business, government, technical and general commercial writing. Development of related speaking skills for commerce. Note: This course cannot be counted toward fulfilling degree requirements for B.A. concentration in Spanish.

    Pre-requisite: LG 333 Minimum Grade of C or LG 334 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 336
    Intro Textual Analys Hisp Lit
    3 cr

    Introductory course to literary analysis, literary and critical terminology, and genres as they appear in short works from both Spain and Latin America.

    Pre-requisite: LG 232 Minimum Grade of D or LG 234 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 337
    Spanish for Medical Prof
    3 cr

    LG 337 is designed for the advanced language student interested in further developing his/her linguistic proficiency in Spanish while acquiring terminology useful to the health care professional. In addition, the course affords the student an opportunity to gain insight into the health care needs of the non-English speaking Hispanic population in the U.S., as well as to begin understanding in general terms its diverse cultural milieu. The course is highly interactive and is conducted in its entirely in the target language. Note: This course cannot be counted toward fulfilling degree requirements for B.A. concentration in Spanish.

    Pre-requisite: LG 333 Minimum Grade of B and LG 334 Minimum Grade of B
  • LG 348
    19th C Cntl Phl-Lit Theory
    3 cr

    An examination of selected themes and issues in 19th Century Continental Philosophy and Literary Theory. Topics may include Idealism, Romanticism, Existentialism, Marxism, Freudianism. Identical with PHL 348 and EH 348. Credit cannot be received for both LG 348 and either PHL 348 or EH 348. (For LG credit, students will be required to do some coursework in their language of concentration.)

  • LG 349
    20th C Cntl Phl-Lit Theory
    3 cr

    An examination of selected themes and issues in 20th Century Continental Philosophy and Literary Theory. Topics may include Phenomenology, Existentialism, Hermeneutics, Structuralism, and Post-Structuralism. Identical with PHL 349 and EH 349. Credit cannot be received for both LG 349 and either PHL 349 or EH 349. (For LG credit, students will be required to do some coursework in their language of concentration.)

  • LG 361
    German Lit thru Classicism
    3 cr

    Origin and development of German Civilization (literature, thought, the arts, and society in a historical context) during the period of unification and industrialization, including Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, and early Modernism. Extensive reading, class discussion, and oral and written reports in the language are required.

    Pre-requisite: LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 362
    German Cult-Lit 19th Century
    3 cr

    Development of German civilization (literature, thought, the arts, and society in a historical context) during the period of unification and industrialization, including Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, and early Modernism. Extensive readings, class discussions, and oral and written reports in the language are required.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 363
    Modern-Contemp German Cult-Lit
    3 cr

    Development of German civilization (literature, thought, the arts, and society in a historical context) from the early twentieth century through the present. Extensive readings, class discussions, and oral and written reports in the language are required.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 364
    Highlights German Cult-Lit
    3 cr

    A capstone course highlighting masterpieces of German literature and culture from a particular genre (e.g., the Novelle); a particular period or movement (e.g., Romanticism); an author or group of authors (e.g., Brecht); or a particular thematic focus. Extensive readings, class discussions, and oral and written reports in the language are required.

    Pre-requisite: LG 361 Minimum Grade of C or LG 362 Minimum Grade of C or LG 363 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 366
    Adv German Grammar
    3 cr

    Designed for the student who wishes to teach or do advanced work. Comprehensive study of formal grammar and structured practice in oral and written expression.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 367
    Adv German Conversation
    1 cr

    Intensive conversation with practice in using various levels of the spoken language from slang to formal speech. Emphasis on the sounds and idioms of German. The course meets for one hour per week with the instructor and one hour per week for a lab session, often with a native speaker. The content of this course will vary over four consecutive semesters. This course may be repeated for a maximum of four credits.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 368
    Adv German Composition - W
    3 cr

    Intensive course in writing German. Emphasis is on writing as a process, the communicative purposes of writing, and the development of critical reflection. Analysis of authentic texts and extensive practice in various genres of written German, including description, narrative, report, critical review, and interpretation.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 372
    Golden Age of Russian Lit - W
    3 cr

    A survey course designed to familiarize the student with the essential works of 19th century Russian literature. Students read and discuss works by Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol, Dostoevsky, Turgenev, Tolstoy, and Chekhov. In English. Russian majors are required to read excerpts of works in Russian and to complete a course project in Russian.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 374
    Adv Russian Grammar
    3 cr

    A course designed to give students active control of the more complex features of Russian grammar. Structured practice in oral and written expression.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 375
    Adv Russian Conversation
    2 cr

    Intensive conversation practice in using the various levels of modern spoken Russian. The course meets two hours per week. The content of this course will vary over eight consecutive semesters. This course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credits.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of D
  • LG 376
    Adv Russian Composition - W
    3 cr

    This course provides extensive practice in writing Russian. Students read, discuss, and write about texts which reflect the controversial and topical issues of the day.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 380
    Russian Poetry
    3 cr

    Designed to enhance the student's overall command of spoken Russian through the study of Russia's rich poetic tradition. Russian poems and songs provide the basic materials for this course. Lectures, materials, and discussions in Russian.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 381
    Russian Prose in Context
    3 cr

    A course designed to enhance the student's ability to read, translate, and discuss Russian texts. Students read works from both 19th and 20th century fiction, which they analyze both thematically and stylistically. Class work and assignments are geared towards increasing the student's vocabulary and understanding of Russian stylistics. All texts, lectures, and discussions in Russian.

    Pre-requisite: LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 384
    Japanese Film
    3 cr

    This course will introduce students to major themes in recent Japanese history, including samurai culture and other issues pertaining to social class, Westernization, the postwar family, sixties radicalism, and recent popular culture. Students will explore these themes through Japanese film and literature, and will thus become familiar with major directors, including Akira Kurosawa, Yasujiro Ozu and Juzo Itami, and novelists such as Junichiro Tanizaki and Yukio Mishima.

  • LG 390
    Special Topics -
    1 TO 6 cr

    Topics to be determined by student need and interest. Course may be repeated for a total of 12 hours.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 212 Minimum Grade of C or LG 213 Minimum Grade of C) or (LG 232 Minimum Grade of C or LG 234 Minimum Grade of C) or (LG 252 Minimum Grade of C or LG 253 Minimum Grade of C) or LG 272 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 394
    Dir St PreStudy Abrd -
    1 cr

    Working under the direction of their faculty advisor, language majors will prepare for their required study abroad experience through an examination of selected country-specific readings as well as cross-cultural orientation materials. Prerequisite: completion of intermediate sequence in student's concentration or equivalent.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 212 Minimum Grade of B or LG 213 Minimum Grade of B) or (LG 252 Minimum Grade of B or LG 253 Minimum Grade of B) or (LG 232 Minimum Grade of B or LG 234 Minimum Grade of B) or LG 271 Minimum Grade of B
  • LG 400
    Applied Linguistics
    3 cr

    LG 400 is one of the required core classes for the Applied Linguistics minor. The course introduces linguistics concepts to the students and gives them the foundation needed for the higher level classes required as part of the minor. Required core course. Pre-requisite: LG/LGS 200-level sequence with a C or better and sophomore standing.

    Pre-requisite: LG 200 Minimum Grade of C or LGS 200 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 412
    Readings Francophone Lit
    3 cr

    Study of the literature of the Francophone world, including West and North Africa, the Caribbean, and Quebec, in their cultural and historical context.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 311 Minimum Grade of C or LG 323 Minimum Grade of C) or (LG 312 Minimum Grade of C or LG 325 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 415
    Readings in the French Novel
    3 cr

    Study of the development of the novel in French from the romantic period through the contemporary novel.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 311 Minimum Grade of C or LG 323 Minimum Grade of C) or (LG 312 Minimum Grade of C or LG 325 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 416
    Identites Francaises
    3 cr

    Study of how different minority groups have been represented and have represented themselves in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century French and Francophone literature, essays, and film.

    Pre-requisite: (LG 311 Minimum Grade of C or LG 323 Minimum Grade of C) or (LG 312 Minimum Grade of C or LG 325 Minimum Grade of C)
  • LG 431
    Hispanic Civilizations
    3 cr

    In-depth study of various aspects of Hispanic civilization and its contribution to world culture; emphasis upon on geographical, historical, social,political and artistic forces. Extensive class discussion, oral and written reports in the language are required.

    Pre-requisite: LG 333 Minimum Grade of C or LG 334 Minimum Grade of C or LG 336 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 432
    Rdgs in Spanish Literature
    3 cr

    Representative readings reflecting major literary movements and cultural events in Spain. Extensive class discussion, oral and written reports are required.

    Pre-requisite: LG 333 Minimum Grade of C or LG 334 Minimum Grade of C or LG 336 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 433
    Rdgs in Latin Amer Literature
    3 cr

    Representative readings reflecting major literary movements and cultural events in Latin America. Extensive class discussions, oral and written reports are required.

    Pre-requisite: LG 333 Minimum Grade of C or LG 334 Minimum Grade of C or LG 336 Minimum Grade of C
  • LG 480
    Senior Seminar - W
    3 cr

    This course is designed to broaden and enhance the study-abroad experience and to serve as a capstone to the foreign-language major. Building on the study-abroad experience, students will (1) contextualize their experience through readings, (2) continue their experience by maintaining consistent contact with the target culture, and (3) communicate their experience and their enhanced understanding of topics such as culture shock, culture stereotypes, cultural metaphors, and cross cultural comparisons of behavior and mind-set. Classes will consist of lectures, discussions of readings, and a major research paper and public presentation of their research. Capstone Course. Prerequisite: completion of the Study Abroad requirement.

    Pre-requisite: EH 102 Minimum Grade of C and IS 391 Minimum Grade of S
  • LG 490
    Special Topics -
    1 TO 6 cr

    Topics to be determined by student need and interest. Course may be repeated when content varies. A subtitle identifying the topic will be entered on the student's record.

  • LG 492
    Seminar -
    1 TO 3 cr

    A course designed for advanced students to pursue a special topic in depth through readings, critical discussions, and delivery of a seminar paper. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Prerequisite: Normally limited to juniors and seniors.

  • LG 494
    Directed Studies-
    1 TO 3 cr

    Directed study under the supervision of a member of the foreign language faculty. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Requires permission of department chair.

  • LG 496
    Internship - Foreign Languages
    1 TO 3 cr

    Supervised professional work with mandatory reading list and written report. This course may be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisites: Permission of the Department Chair is required.

  • LG 499
    Honors Senior Project - H
    3 TO 6 cr

    Under the advice and guidance of a faculty mentor Honors Students will identify and carry out a research project, relevant to the field of foreign language study, that will lead to a formal presentation at the annual Honors Student Colloquium. The senior project will be judged and graded by three faculty chaired by the honors mentor.

  • LG 590
    Sp Top -
    1 TO 3 cr

    Topics to be determined by student need and interest. Content will vary. A subtitle identifying the topic will be entered on the student's record.

  • LG 592
    Seminar -
    1 TO 3 cr

    A course designed for graduate students to pursue a special topic in-depth with readings, critical discussion and delivery of a seminar paper.

  • LG 594
    Directed Studies-
    1 OR 3 cr

    Directed study under the supervision of a member of the Foreign Languages and Literatures faculty having Graduate Faculty status. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 15 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of department chair.