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1000 Level Courses

1501. [PORT 1411, 1511] Elementary Portuguese I (5). Introduction and development of the four language skills in Portuguese: Listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

1502. [PORT 1412, 1512] Elementary Portuguese II (5). Prerequisite: PORT 1501. Introduction and development of the four language skills in Portuguese: Listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

1507. Intensive Portuguese for Spanish Speakers (5). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. An intensive course of elementary Portuguese for Spanish speakers. Comparative aspects of Spanish and Portuguese. Topics in Lusophone culture. Covers the material of Portuguese 1501 and 1502. Admits to Portuguese 2301.

2000 Level Courses

2301. [PORT 2311] Intermediate Portuguese I (3). Prerequisite: PORT 1502 or 1507. Reading, cultural background, grammar review, conversation, and composition.

2302. [PORT 2312] Intermediate Portuguese II (3). Prerequisite: PORT 2301. Reading, cultural background, grammar review, conversation, and composition.

3000 Level Courses

3303. Studies in Portuguese (3). Prerequisite: PORT 2302. Independent studies in selected topics in Portuguese language and literature. May be repeated once when content differs.

3307. Luso-Brazilian Civilization and Literature (3). Examines the civilization and cultures of the Luso-Brazilian world through the study of representative literary, cultural and journalistic texts. Topics range from sixteenth through the twentieth centuries. Films will be screened to illustrate the material. Taught in English. Course may be repeated with different content. Fulfills core Humanities requirement. Back to Top

 

4000 Level Course

4300. Individual Studies in Portuguese (3). Prerequisites: PORT 2302 and consent of instructor. Contents will vary to meet the needs of the student. May be repeated up to 12 credit hours. Individual study under the guidance of a faculty member.

5000 Level Courses

5307. Luso-Brazilian Civilization and Literature (3). Examines the civilization and cultures of the Luso-Brazilian world through the study of representative literary, cultural, and journalistic texts. Topics range from sixteenth through the twentieth centuries. Films will be screened to illustrate material. Taught in English. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours with different content.

5341. Intensive Portuguese for Graduate Students I (3). Intensive introduction to the Portuguese language for graduate students proficient in Spanish. Supports the Portuguese minor for the Spanish M.A. and Ph.D. programs.

5342. Intensive Portuguese for Graduate Students II (3). Intensive introduction to the Portuguese language for graduate students proficient in Spanish. Supports the Portuguese minor for the Spanish M.A. and Ph.D. programs.

5355. Readings in Luso-Brazilian Literature (3). Advanced topics in Luso-Brazilian literature. May be repeated up to 12 credit hours with different content.

7000 Level Courses

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