Chinese

CHI*101, Elementary Chinese I (3 credits)
Presents the essentials of Modern Standard Mandarin Chinese.  Includes grammatical structures and vocabulary needed to read, write, and interact in Chinese using simple phrases and common expressions while highlighting the diverse cultures of Chinese-speaking peoples.  Students must concurrently enroll in CHI*105. This is a “D” course. (Existing course. published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


CHI*102, Elementary Chinese II (3 credits)
Builds on and expands skills learned in CHI*101 with further study on Chinese grammar, sentence patterns, and vocabulary of native Chinese-speaking peoples.  Students learn simple transactions and address the challenges of daily life in Chinese cultures. Students must concurrently enroll in CHI*106.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: CHI*101.  (Existing course. published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


CHI*105, Elementary Conversational Chinese I (1 credit)
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation.  Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three credit CHI*101 course.  Students must concurrently enroll in CHI*101. This is a “D” course. (Existing course. published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


CHI*106, Elementary Conversational Chinese II (1 credit)
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation.  Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit CHI*102 course.  Students work with learning media at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening.  Students must concurrently enroll in CHI*102. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite:  CHI*105. (Existing course. published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


French

FRE*101, Elementary French I (3 credits)
Fundamentals of grammar with emphasis on the development of speaking, listening, and writing skills. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*105. This is a “D” course.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*102, Elementary French II (3 credits)
Continued development of speaking, listening, and writing skills as well as fundamentals of grammar. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*106.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: FRE*101 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*105, Elementary Conversational French I (1 Credit)
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three credit FREN 101 course. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*101. This is a “D” course. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*106, Elementary Conversational French II (1 Credit)
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit FRE*102 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*102. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: FRE*105. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*201, Intermediate French I (3 credits)
Further study of grammar with continued emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions. Introduction to literature. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*205.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: FRE*102 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*202, Intermediate French II (3 credits)
Continuation of the study of grammar with further emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions. Literature. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*206. This is a “D” course.  Prerequisite: FRE*201. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*205, Intermediate Conversational French I (1 Credit)
Further development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three credit FRE*201 course. Students work with a cassette media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*201. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: FRE*106. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


FRE*206, Intermediate Conversational French II (1 Credit) 
Continued development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues and oral practice, correlated with grammar covered in three credit FRE*202 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in FRE*202. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: FRE*205. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


Italian

ITA*101, Elementary Italian I  (3 credits) 
Fundamentals of grammar with emphasis on the development of speaking, listening, and writing skills. Students must concurrently enroll in ITA*105. This is a “D” course. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


ITA*102, Elementary Italian II  (3 credits) 
Continued development of speaking, listening, and writing skills as well as fundamentals of grammar.  Students must concurrently enroll in ITA*106. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: ITA*101 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


ITA*105, Elementary Conversational Italian I   (1 Credit) 
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit ITA*101 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in ITA*101.  This is a “D” course. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


ITA*106, Elementary Conversational Italian II   (1 Credit) 
Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit Italian 102 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in ITA*102. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: ITA*105 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


Spanish

SPA*111, Elementary Spanish I (4 credits)
This course replaces SPA*101 (3 credits) and SPA*105 (1 credit).  This course presents the essentials of Modern Standard Spanish. It consists of vocabulary and grammatical structures that will enable students to read, write, and interact in Spanish using simple phrases and common expressions, while also highlighting the diverse cultures of Spanish-speaking peoples. This course also will feature an additional one-credit hour of instruction designed to develop students’ basic conversational skills, with particular emphasis on dialogue. In such dialogues, students will utilize a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. This is a “D” course.  (New course, December 2014)

    SPA*101, Elementary Spanish I (3 credits)
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*111.  Fundamentals of grammar with emphasis on the development of speaking, listening, and writing skills. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*105.  This is a “D” course. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

    SPA*106, Elementary Conversational Spanish II   (1 Credit) 
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*112.  Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit SPA*102 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*102.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*105. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

SPA*112, Elementary Spanish II  (4 credits)
This course replaces SPA*102 (3 credits) and SPA*106 (1 credit).  This course is the continuation of Elementary Spanish I (SPA*111 or SPA*101 & 105), presenting the essentials of Modern Standard Spanish along with more advanced materials. It consists of grammatical structures and vocabulary that will enable students to read, write, and interact in Spanish using higher-level phrases and expressions, while also highlighting the diverse cultures of Spanish-speaking peoples. This course also will feature an additional one-credit hour of instruction designed to develop students’ enhanced conversational skills, with particular emphasis on dialogue. In such dialogue, students will utilize a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*111 or SPA*101 with SPA*105.  (New course, December 2014)

    SPA*102, Elementary Spanish II  (3 credits)
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*112.  Continued development of speaking, listening, and writing skills as well as fundamentals of grammar. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*106. This is a “D” course.  Prerequisite: SPA*101 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

    SPA*105, Elementary Conversational Spanish I   (1 Credit) 
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*111.  Development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three-credit SPA*101 course. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*101. This is a “D” course. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

SPA*117, Spanish for Careers (4 credits)
Development of speaking and listening ability for understanding and communication in daily situations, with emphasis on oral comprehension, speaking and pronunciation, and the development of a utilitarian vocabulary. This course is particularly useful for Social Workers, Teachers, Law Enforcement Officers, Medical Personnel, and Business and Finance Personnel.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA 101 or one year of High School Spanish, or permission of the instructor.  (Existing Course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


SPA*211, Intermediate Spanish I  (4 credits)
This course replaces SPA*201 (3 credits) and SPA*205 (1 credit).  Spanish 211 is a third semester of Spanish language. This course covers at the intermediate level Spanish grammar with continued emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions will be added to this course with an introduction to Spanish literature as well. This course will also have an additional hour of instruction designed to develop the conversational skills of students with particular emphasis on dialogues including a wide range of vocabulary necessary for general conversation. Prerequisite: SPA* 112 or SPA*102 with SPA*106.  (New course, December 2014)

    SPA*201, Intermediate Spanish I (3 credits)
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*211.  Further study of grammar with continued emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions. Introduction to literature. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*205. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*102 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

    SPA*205, Intermediate Conversational Spanish I   (1 Credit)
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*211.  Further development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues and oral practice are correlated with grammar covered in the three credit SPA*201 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*201.  This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*106. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

SPA*212, Intermediate Spanish II  (4 credits)
This course replaces SPA*202 (3 credits) and SPA*206 (1 credit).  Spanish 212 is a fourth semester of Spanish language. This course covers, at the intermediate level, Spanish grammar with continued emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions will be added to this course with an introduction to Spanish literature as well. This course will also have an additional hour of instruction designed to develop the intermediate-level vocabulary and conversational skills of students, with particular emphasis on dialogue. Prerequisite: SPA*211 or SPA*202 with SPA*206. (New course, December 2014)

    SPA*202, Intermediate Spanish II  (3 credits)
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*212. Continuation of the study of grammar with further emphasis on the development of conversational fluency and writing proficiency. Compositions. Literature. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*206. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*201 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

    SPA*206, Intermediate Conversational Spanish II (1 Credit) 
    Effective Fall 2015, this course is replaced by SPA*212.  Continued development of conversational proficiency with emphasis on dialogues and oral practice, correlated with grammar covered in three credit SPA*202 course. Students work with a media program at home for further intensive practice in speaking and listening. Students must concurrently enroll in SPA*202. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA*205. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

SPA*217, Intermediate Career Spanish I (4 credits)
Specialized, filmed dialogue situations, taped materials, vocabulary building and aural-oral understanding. This course is particularly useful for Social Workers, Teachers, Law Enforcement Officers, Medical Personnel, and Business and Finance Personnel. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA* 101 and SPA* 102 or two years of High School Spanish, or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)


SPA*218, Intermediate Career Spanish II(4 credits)
Selected dialogues from career situations, role playing, and development of cross-cultural understanding and communication skills. This course is particularly useful for Social Workers, Teachers, Law Enforcement Officers, Medical Personnel, and Business and Finance Personnel. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: SPA* 217 or permission of the instructor. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)