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Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures (CMLL)

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1000 Level Courses

1301. [CZEC 1311; KORE 1311, 1411; VIET 1311,1411] Individual Studies in Modern Languages I (3). Introduction and development of skills in a modern language, including listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

1302. [CZEC 1312; KORE 1312, 1412; VIET 1312, 1412] Individual Studies in Modern Languages II (3). Prerequisite: CMLL 1301. Introduction and development of skills in a modern language, including listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

1501. [CZEC 1411, 1511; KORE 1511; VIET 1511] Individual Studies in Modern Languages I (5). Introduction and development of the four languages skills: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. May be repeated twice for credit when language is different.

1502. [CZEC 1412, 1512; KORE 1512; VIET 1512] Individual Studies in Modern Languages II (5). Introduction and development of the four languages skills: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. May be repeated twice for credit when language is differentBack to Top

 

2000 Level Courses

2301. [CZEC 2311, KORE 2311, VIET 2311] Individual Studies in Modern Languages III (3). Prerequisite: CMLL 1302 or 1502. Continuation of study of a modern language. Introduction and development of skills in a modern language, including listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

2302. [CZEC 2312, KORE 2312, VIET 2312] Individual Studies in Modern Languages IV (3). Prerequisite: CMLL 2301. Continuation of study of a modern language. Introduction and development of skills in a modern language, including listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

2305. Introduction to Language and Culture (3). Explores such topics as how culture is expressed in languages, how people learn languages, and how people benefit from learning languages.Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.

2306. Introduction to World Cinema (3). Introduction to the global world of classic films produced in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.Back to Top

 

4000 Level Course

4300. Individual Studies in Modern Language (3). Prerequisite: CMLL 2302 or consent of instructor. Independent study in modern language under the guidance of a faculty member. May be repeated once for credit with consent of instructor.Back to Top

 

5000 Level Courses

5301. Fundamentals of Research and Scholarship (3). Systematic study of research methods, bibliographical materials and problems in the fields of languages and literatures. May be repeated for credit with different content.

5302. Theoretical Foundations (3). Theories and practices of literary analysis and criticism with emphasis on critical / analytic thinking, reading, and writing. May be repeated for credit with different content.

5305. Seminar in Language Studies (3). Issues related to language and language learning. Repeatable for up to 9 credit hours with different content.

5307. Studies in World Language and Culture (3). Examines the language and/or character of distinctive world cultures, including their products, perspectives, and practices. Repeatable for credit with different content.

5309. Studies in Literature and Culture (3). Interpretation and analysis of the literature and culture of distinctive world civilizations. Repeatable for up to 9 credit hours with different content.

6000 Level Courses

6000. Master’s Thesis (V1-6).

7000 Level Courses

7000. Research (V1-12). Back to Top