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MLL-114: Chinese language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the Chinese language emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and an appreciation of Chinese culture.



MLL-118: Chinese Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 114 Chinese Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course. Prerequisite: MLL 114 Chinese Language and Culture I.



MLL-124: French Language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the French language emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and an appreciation of French and Francophone cultures.



MLL-128: French Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 124 French Language and Culture I. Prerequisite: MLL 124 French Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-134: German Language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the German language emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing, and an appreciation of German culture.



MLL-138: German Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 134 German Language and Culture I. Prerequisite: MLL 134 German Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-140: Beginning Portuguese Conversation (3 hours)

Conversational practice on a wide range of topics.



MLL-142: Portuguese for Travelers (3 hours)

A basic course to gain a speaking ability and a large working vocabulary.



MLL-150: Spanish for Travelers (1-3 hour)

A basic course to gain a speaking ability and a large working vocabulary. May be taken as graded or pass-fail.



MLL-151: Beginning Spanish Conversation (3 hours)

Conversational practice on a wide range of topics. May be taken as graded or pass-fail.



MLL-152: Spanish for the Professions (2 hours)

A beginning course with an emphasis on oral communication in real life situations. Basic vocabulary and structures to communicate with Spanish speakers in the community.



MLL-154: Spanish Language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the Spanish language emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing, and an appreciation of Hispanic culture.



MLL-158: Spanish Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 154 Spanish Language and Culture I. Prerequisite: MLL 154 Spanish Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-160: Introduction to Foreign Languages (____) (1-5 hour)

Introductory course in one of various languages. May be repeated when course content is different. May be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.



MLL-180: Beginning Russian Conversation (3 hours)

Conversational practice on a wide range of topics.



MLL-184: Russian Language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the Russian language emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and an appreciation of Russian culture.



MLL-188: Russian Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 184 Russian Language and Culture I. Prerequisite: MLL 184 Russian Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-190: Beginning Korean Conversation (3 hours)

Conversational practice on a wide range of topics.



MLL-194: Korean Language and Culture I (5 hours)

An introduction to the Korean language with emphasis on comprehension of the spoken language and appreciation of Korean culture, leading to the ability to function effectively at a basis level.



MLL-198: Korean Language and Culture II (5 hours)

A continuation of MLL 194 Korean Language and Culture I. Prerequisite: MLL 194 Korean Language and Culture I. A student may earn retro-credit upon the successful completion of this course.



MLL-222: French Conversation I (2 hours)

Conversational activities for the development of oral proficiency as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 224 French Grammar and Composition I required. Prerequisite: MLL 128 French Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-224: French Grammar and Composition I (3 hours)

The study of new grammatical structures and cultural information and a review of concepts with special emphasis on developing writing skills. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 222 French Conversation I required. Prerequisite: MLL 128 French Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro- credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-232: German Conversation I (2 hours)

Conversational activities for the development of oral proficiency as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 234 German Grammar and Composition I. Prerequisite: MLL 138 German Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-234: German Grammar and Composition I (3 hours)

The study of new grammatical structures and cultural information and a review of concepts with special emphasis on developing writing skills. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 232 German Conversation I required. Prerequisite: MLL 138 German Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-250: Directed Studies in Spanish (____) (1-3 hour)

Directed studies in an area of the Spanish language or Hispanic culture. Permission of the instructor required. May be repeated if the subject matter is different. May be taken as graded or pass-fail.



MLL-252: Spanish Conversation I (2 hours)

Conversational activities for the development of oral proficiency as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 254 Spanish Grammar and Composition I required. Prerequisite: MLL 158 Spanish Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-254: Spanish Grammar and Composition I (3 hours)

The study of new grammatical structures and cultural information and a review of concepts with special emphasis on developing writing skills. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 252 Spanish Composition I required. Prerequisite: MLL 158 Spanish Language and Culture II. A student may earn retro-credit upon successful completion of this course.



MLL-321: French Grammar and Composition II (3 hours)

Intensive study of previous and new grammatical structures with emphasis on written expression. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 420 Readings in French Literatures and Civilization II required or permission of instructor. Prerequisites: MLL 326 French Conversation II and MLL 328 Readings in French Literature and Civilization I. May be taken for honors.



MLL-326: French Conversation II (2 hours)

Conversational activities intended to continue the development of oral proficiency as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 328 Readings in French Literature and Civilization I required. Prerequisites: MLL 222 French Conversation I and MLL 224 French Grammar and Composition I.



MLL-328: Readings in French Literature and Civilization I (3 hours)

The reading of a wide variety of authentic materials, such as literature, journal, and internet activities, and advertisements. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 326 French Conversation II required. Prerequisites: MLL 222 French Conversation I and MLL 224 French Grammar and Composition I.



MLL-351: Spanish Grammar and Composition II (3 hours)

Intensive study of previous and new grammatical structures with emphasis on written expression. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II required. Prerequisites: MLL 356 Spanish Conversation II and MLL 358 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization I or permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.



MLL-356: Spanish Conversation II (2 hours)

Conversational activities intended to continue the development of oral proficiency as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 358 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization I required. Prerequisites: MLL 252 Spanish Conversation I and MLL 254 Spanish Grammar and Composition I.



MLL-358: Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization I (3 hours)

The reading of a wide variety of authentic materials, such as literature, journal and internet articles, and advertisements. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 356 Spanish Conversation II required. Prerequisites: MLL 252 Spanish Conversation I and MLL 254 Spanish Grammar and Composition I.



MLL-420: Readings in French Literature and Civilization II (3 hours)

Texts chosen for their cultural and literary value, with equal emphasis on reading and discussion of the selections. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II required. Prerequisites: MLL 326 French Conversation II and MLL 328 Readings in French Literature and Civilization I or permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.



MLL-421: Advanced French Conversation (2 hours)

Intensive oral practice and conversation focused on various topics and targeting the advanced level of proficiency according to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 525 French Phonetics and Oral Practice required. Prerequisites: MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II and MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-425: Directed Studies in French (____) (1-3 hour)

Directed study of a specific field in French. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: MLL 328 Readings in French Literature and Civilization I and permission of instructor.



MLL-427: French Culture and Civilization (3 hours)

A study of the development of French or French-American culture with particular emphasis on history, politics, economics, customs, traditions, and literary and artistic trends. Prerequisite: MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-428: Survey of French Literature I (3 hours)

A survey of French literature up to the French Revolution. Prerequisite: MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-429: Survey of French Literature II (3 hours)

A survey of 19th-20th century French literature. Prerequisite: MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-430: Survey of Francophone Literature (3 hours)

A study of prose fiction and poetry by writers from the Caribbean, North America, North and West Africa, and Europe. Prerequisites: MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II and MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-450: Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II (3 hours)

Texts chosen for their cultural and literary value, with equal emphasis on reading and discussion of the selections. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II required. Prerequisites: MLL 356 Spanish Conversation II and MLL 358 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization I or permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.



MLL-451: Advanced Spanish Conversation (2 hours)

Intensive oral practice and conversation focused on various topics and targeting the advanced level of proficiency according to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 555 Spanish Phonetics and Oral Practice required. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-452: Survey of Spanish-American Literature I (3 hours)

The reading, discussion and analysis of early Spanish-American literature. Prerequisite: MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-453: Survey of Spanish-American Literature II (3 hours)

The reading, discussion and analysis of representative works of 20th century Spanish-American prose, poetry, and theatre. Prerequisite: MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-454: Survey of Spanish Literature I (3 hours)

A survey of early Spanish literature, and the reading and analysis of selected works of Spanish literature. Prerequisite: MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-455: Survey of Spanish Literature II (3 hours)

Survey of recent Spanish literature, and the reading and analysis of selected works of Spanish literature. Prerequisite: MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-457: Hispanic Culture and Civilization (3 hours)

A study of the development of Spanish or Spanish-American culture with particular emphasis on history, politics, economics, customs, traditions, and literary and artistic trends. Prerequisite: MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-458: Spanish American Drama (3 hours)

The study of the plays of an individual author or of those of a given movement, or an overview of the genre. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-459: Spanish American Short Fiction (3 hours)

The study of short stories and novellas, focusing on the works of a specific writer, a period in recent literary history, or an overview of the genre. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-475: Directed Studies in Spanish (____) (1-3 hour)

Directed study of a specific field in Spanish. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. May be taken as graded or pass-fail.



MLL-479: The Teaching of Languages (3 hours)

Discussion, demonstrations and training in the major approaches, methodologies and techniques to teach languages. Students are also required to observe local classroom(s) an average of 2 hours a week during which they will teach a minimum of 3 lessons over the course of the semester. To be taken before the professional semester. Prerequisites: Admission to Teacher Education and PSYCH 357 Educational Psychology.



MLL-525: French Phonetics and Oral Practice (2 hours)

Theoretical study and practice on the French sound system, articulation of sounds, oral and aural practice. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 421 Advanced French Conversation is required. Prerequisites: MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II and MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-526: Business French (3 hours)

A study of business environments and practices in France and Quebec with development of language skills specific to business and the professions. Prerequisites: MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II and MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-527: Translation of French (3 hours)

Translation of texts from French into English, and from English into French, using authentic materials covering a broad range of written texts, topics, linguistic levels, and registers. Prerequisites: MLL 321 French Grammar and Composition II and MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-550: Hispanic Film (3 hours)

The study of the movies of an individual director or of those of a given performer or movement, or an overview of the genre. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-551: Hispanic Art (3 hours)

The study of the great works of Hispanic art as a means of understanding the culture that produced them. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-555: Spanish Phonetics and Oral Practice (2 hours)

Theoretical study and practical work on the Spanish sound system, articulation of sounds, oral and aural practice. Concurrent enrollment in MLL 451 Advanced Spanish Conversation is required. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-556: Spanish for International Business (3 hours)

A study of business environments and practices in Spain and Latin America with development of language skills specific to business and the professions. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-557: Translation of Spanish (3 hours)

Translation of texts from Spanish into English, and from English into Spanish, using authentic materials covering a broad range of written texts, topics, linguistic levels, and registers. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-579: Supervised Student Teaching and Follow-Up of Teachers (2 hours)

Departmental representatives will visit each student teacher during the professional semester. Additionally, departmental representatives will follow up with each area student during the first year of teaching with assistance and support. Concurrent enrollment in the professional semester is required. Offered on a Pass-Fail basis only.



MLL-625: Topics in French (____) (1-3 hour)

Intensive study of a specific field in French. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: MLL 420 Readings in French Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-651: Spanish American Poetry (3 hours)

The reading, discussion, and analysis of poetry by major writers. Prerequisites: MLL 351 Spanish Grammar and Composition II and MLL 450 Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization II. May be taken for honors.



MLL-655: Topics in Spanish (____) (1-3 hour)

Intensified study of a specific field in Spanish. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.



MLL-720: Topics in French (____) (1-3 hour)

An intensified study of a specific field in French. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.



MLL-750: Topics in Spanish (____) (1-3 hour)

Intensified study of a specific field in Spanish. May be repeated if subject matter is different. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. May be taken for honors.


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