Major in Foreign Languages & Literature

The Department of Foreign Languages & Literature offers a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Foreign Language and Literature with concentrations in:  French, German, Russian or Spanish.  For all languages, a total of 30 upper-division (3000-4000 level) credits hours is required.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language and Literature with a concentration in French

FREN 3030French Conversation

3 credits

FREN 3040French Grammar and Composition

3 credits

FREN 3150Introduction to French Literature I

3 credits

FREN 3160Introduction to French Literature II

3 credits

FREN 3370French Civilization

3 credits

FREN 4030/FREN 8036Advanced French Conversation

3 credits

FREN 4040/FREN 8046Advanced French Composition and Stylistics

3 credits

In addition 9 credit hours of electives in FREN at the 3000 or 4000 level other than “Introduction to Linguistics” and “Applied Linguistics” is required.

 

Native speakers of French should see a departmental advisor regarding major requirements.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language and Literature with a concentration in German

GERM 3030German Conversation

3 credits

GERM 3040German Grammar and Composition

3 credits

GERM 3150Introduction to German Literature

3 credits

GERM 3370German History from the Beginnings until the Early Modern Period

3 credits

GERM 4030/GERM 8036Advanced German Conversation

3 credits

GERM 4040/GERM 8046Advanced German Composition and Stylistics

3 credits

In addition 12 credit hours of electives in GERM at the 3000 or 4000 level other than “Introduction to Linguistics” and “Applied Linguistics” is required. 

Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language and Literature with a concentration in Spanish

SPAN 3030Spanish Conversation

3 credits

SPAN 3040Spanish Grammar and Composition

3 credits

SPAN 4030/SPAN 8036Advanced Spanish Conversation

3 credits

SPAN 4040/SPAN 8046Advanced Composition and Stylistics

3 credits

 

One class chosen from:

SPAN 3410Spanish Civilization

3 credits

SPAN 3420Latin American Civilization

3 credits

Two classes chosen from:

SPAN 3170Survey of Spanish Literature I

3 credits

SPAN 3180Survey of Spanish Literature II

3 credits

SPAN 3210Survey of Latin American Literature I

3 credits

SPAN 3220Survey of Latin American Literature II

3 credits

In addition 9 credit hours of electives in SPAN at the 3000 or 4000 level other than “Introduction to Linguistics” and “Applied Linguistics” is required.

 

Native speakers of Spanish should see a departmental advisor regarding major requirements.