342 Morton Hall
Telephone: 256.824.1022
Email: goebelr@uah.edu

Introduction

The acquisition of a second language, and through it an understanding of another country's culture, is a rich academic experience for all students, not only in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, but also in business, education, nursing, the natural sciences, and engineering. Knowing how to communicate effectively in another language significantly enhances one's career opportunities and contributions as a citizen. This page provides an overview of the academic offerings of the Department of World Languages and Cultures. 

Mission Statement

The Department of World Languages and Cultures is dedicated to teaching students the language skills and cultural knowledge necessary for succeeding in today's multilingual world of cultural diversity, global markets, political interdependence, and international scientific and cultural collaboration. Within the B.A. in Foreign Languages, students may choose French, German, Russian, or Spanish as a focus language, and may also concentrate in Foreign Language and International Trade. Minors and foreign language teacher certification are also offered, while Arabic, Japanese, and Latin can be taken at the introductory and intermediate levels. Language clubs and extracurricular activities contribute to a rich campus life. Domestic and international internships give students a professional experience that greatly enhances their career opportunities after graduation.

The Department offers an integrated curriculum comprising the teaching of linguistic proficiency and the promotion of a critical awareness of other cultures. In these efforts, the Department is aided by its state-of-the arts digital Multimedia Center. Committed to the integrated triad of teaching, research, and service in the areas of world languages, literatures and other cultural media, such as film, in their historical, social, and interdisciplinary contexts, the Department promotes academic pluralism by fostering a variety of interpretive and pedagogical approaches.

By virtue of its commitment to the highest standards in teaching, research, and service, the Department of World Languages and Cultures aims to uphold and further strengthen the national and international standing of UAH.

Languages Offered

Arabic, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish

The Department of World Languages and Cultures offers the B.A. in Foreign Languages. A student may choose a focus language of French, German, Russian, or Spanish, and may also concentrate in Foreign Language and International Trade (in cooperation with the College of Business). Arabic, Japanese, Greek, and Latin cannot be taken as majors or minors, but can be taken to satisfy the language requirement or as electives.  

General Education Requirements and Placement Procedures

Three semester hours of credit in one foreign language are required for the B.A., unless the student can demonstrate a competence at a level more advanced than the beginning 101 course. The introductory sequence begins in the fall and continues in the spring semester so that students can complete the 6 semester hour general education requirements in one academic year. Native and quasi-native speakers of foreign language may not take introductory and intermediate courses, nor the first advanced conversation course in that language. Students in this category must make an appointment with the appropriate language coordinator to take a departmental placement examination. They must still take a minimum of three additional semester hours of course work to complete General Education Requirements.

Placement Procedures

Students with a prior knowledge of French, German, Russian, or Spanish may demonstrate competence at an advanced level in five ways:

  1. performance on a computer based placement test
  2. high school coursework
  3. CLEP examination
  4. AP examination
  5. native language experience

Placement Test

The Department of World Languages and Cultures administers a computer-based placement test in the Multi-Media Center, Morton Hall 300 for French, German, Russian, and Spanish. The test may be scheduled by phoning the Department (256.824.1022) or by visiting the Departmental Office in Morton Hall, Room 342.

High School Experience

Students who studied a world language in high school will be placed according to the following scale:

Placement Level Language in High School Courses to be Taken to Satisfy Requirements
1st level (101)0-2 units1101, 102 (3 semester hours each)
2nd level (201)3-4 units201, 202 (3 semester hours each)
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Minimum grade of C required for a unit to be counted.

If an interval of two years or more occurs between study of a language in high school and continuation of that language in college, placement levels may be adjusted downward to entry level.

CLEP Examination

Students with a prior knowledge of French, German or Spanish may take the CLEP examination for the equivalent of FL 101 and FL 102. Irrespective of the resultant placement, the student will have to take a minimum of three additional semester hours of course work to fulfill the language requirement. The test is administered by the UAH Testing Services, located in Wilson Hall, Room 225, and must be taken prior to enrollment in world language classes. Tests are given once each semester and monthly during the summer, see Testing Services for dates. Interested students should contact the respective world language coordinator for further information. By taking the CLEP test, a student may receive semester hours with no quality points depending on placement level and score. Since there is no CLEP test for Russian, students of that language may take a special departmental test under the same conditions as the CLEP examination. See the Russian language coordinator.

Advanced Placement Examination

The Department will award credit to students who have earned a score of three or higher on Advanced Placement (AP) Program examinations of the College Entrance Examination Board according to the following scale:

  • Score of 3: 6 semester hours credit (i.e. through 102, 3 semester hours each course)
  • Score of 4: 12 semester hours credit (through 202)
  • Score of 5: 15 semester hours credit (through 301)

The credit thus awarded will be recorded without grades or quality points and will not therefore, be included in the calculation of the grade point average. Moreover, regardless of the student's AP score, he or she will be required to complete successfully one additional course (3 semester hours) of the appropriate language.

Native Language Experience

Native and quasi-native speakers of world languages may not take introductory and intermediate courses, nor the first advanced conversation course in that language. Students in this category must make an appointment with the appropriate language coordinator to take a departmental placement examination. Those planning to major or minor in the language may earn up to fifteen (15) semester hours of credit with no grade or quality points.

Supporting Minors and Cognates for World Languages Majors

World Languages majors may select any minor or approved cognate offered within the University of Alabama in Huntsville. However, certain minors may enhance the student's opportunities for certain career choices. Two of these are a minor in international business and the teacher certification designation.

Global Studies Minor

The Global Studies minor provides students a multi- and interdisciplinary minor that helps them prepare for global-oriented careers in business, government, non-governmental organizations, international development organizations, and philanthropic agencies. Upon completion of the Global Studies Minor:  

  • Students will learn cultural and physical geography.

  • Students will be able to utilize world language skills to engage in cross-cultural dialogues and investigate global issues from multiple perspectives.

  • Students will be able to evaluate and demonstrate interdisciplinary-informed perspectives on global issues.

  • Students will be able to reflect critically on the global contexts of local experiences.

  • Students will learn to envision possible solutions for global conflicts as well as for global inequalities and power disparities.

Coursework in Global Studies includes core courses in Global Studies, a foreign language, and elective courses selected based on the student’s thematic concentration. Students will select one of the following thematic concentrations:

  • Global Markets and Politics

  • Global Environment, Technology, and Health

  • Global Security and Development

  • Cultures in Exchange and Contact

  • Area Studies (Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, or Asia)

Overall, the minor must include a minimum of 24 semester hours. At least 12 semester hours must be in courses numbered 300 or above. No more than 6 credits applied to the minor can be from the student's major field of study. The minor program must be approved by the Global Studies Advisor.

Additional Information

Students seeking state teacher certification in middle/junior high school education or high school education, and whose primary field is foreign language, must conform to the requirements of a foreign language major. Education students are advised to see the Department of Education's catalog pages, and to consult the teacher certification officer in the UAH Department of Education.

Minors in Foreign Languages and Literatures

Certificate in Foreign Language and Global Engagement

FL 101A - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I: ARABIC

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101C - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:CHINESE

Semester Hours: 5

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101F - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101G - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101J - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:JAPANESE

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101K - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:GREEK

Semester Hours: 5

FL 101N - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101R - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 101S - INTRO FOREIGN LANG I:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in target language. No prerequisites. Offered Fall.

FL 102A - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II: ARABIC

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102C - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:CHINESE

Semester Hours: 5

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102F - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102G - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102J - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:JAPANESE

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102K - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:GREEK

Semester Hours: 5

FL 102N - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102R - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 102S - INTRO FOREIGN LANG II:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches beginning listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 101 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 199F - SPECIAL TOPICS

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Study of special topics in foreign language, literature, or culture on campus or abroad. Prerequisites: Placement by exam.

FL 199G - SPECIAL TOPICS

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Study of special topics in foreign language, literature, or culture on campus or abroad. Prerequisites: Placement by exam.

FL 199R - SPECIAL TOPICS

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Study of special topics in foreign language, literature, or culture on campus or abroad. Prerequisites: Placement by exam.

FL 199S - SPECIAL TOPICS

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Study of special topics in foreign language, literature, or culture on campus or abroad. Prerequisites: Placement by exam.

FL 201A - INTERM FOREIGN LANG I: ARABIC

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 201F - INTERM FOREIGN LANG:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 201G - INTERM FOREIGN LANG:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 201J - INTERM FOREIGN LANG: JAPANESE

Semester Hours: 3

FL 201N - INTERM FOREIGN LANG:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 201R - INTERM FOREIGN LANG:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 201S - INTERM FOREIGN LANG:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches intermediate listening, speaking, reading, and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 102 or placement by exam. Offered Fall.

FL 202A - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II: ARABIC

Semester Hours: 3

FL 202F - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 202G - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 202J - INTERM FORGN LANG II:JAPANESE

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 202N - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 202R - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 202S - INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish. Teaches listening, speaking, reading and writing within cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 201 or placement by exam. Offered Spring.

FL 204 - INTERNATIONAL CINEMA

Semester Hours: 3

Analyzes foreign language films centered on changing themes, such as gender issues, family, religion, children and society, the arts. Conducted in English. No prerequisite. Offered Spring.

FL 301F - CONVERSATION:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches conversational communication through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 301G - CONVERSATION:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches conversational communication through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 301J - CONVERSATION:JAPANESE

Semester Hours: 3

FL 301R - CONVERSATION:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches conversational communication through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 301S - CONVERSATION:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches conversational communication through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 302F - COMPOSITION:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches writing skills through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 302G - COMPOSITION:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches writing skills through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 302R - COMPOSITION:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches writing skills through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 302S - COMPOSITION:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches writing skills through cultural texts and media. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or placement by exam. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 303F - FOREIGN LANG LIFE & PROF:FRENC

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches foreign language skills for careers in business, technology, politics, etc. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or by placement. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 303G - FOREIGN LANG LIFE & PROF:GERMA

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches foreign language skills for careers in business, technology, politics, etc. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or by placement. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 303R - FOREIGN LANG LIFE & PROF:RUSSI

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches foreign language skills for careers in business, technology, politics, etc. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or by placement. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 303S - FOREIGN LANG LIFE & PROF:SPANI

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches foreign language skills for careers in business, technology, politics, etc. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisite: FL 202 or by placement. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 304F - CULTURE:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches the arts, histories, social customs, and values of the target culture. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on Demand.

FL 304G - CULTURE:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches the arts, histories, social customs, and values of the target culture. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on Demand.

FL 304R - CULTURE:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches the arts, histories, social customs, and values of the target culture. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on Demand.

FL 304S - CULTURE:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Teaches the arts, histories, social customs, and values of the target culture. Conducted in the target language. Prerequisites: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on Demand.

FL 305F - INTRO TO LITERATURE:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Introduces the literature of the target language in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerquisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 305G - INTRO TO LITERATURE:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Introduces the literature of the target language in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerquisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 305N - INTRO TO LITERATURE:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

FL 305R - INTRO TO LITERATURE:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Introduces the literature of the target language in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerquisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 305S - INTRO TO LITERATURE:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Introduces the literature of the target language in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. Prerquisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Spring or on demand.

FL 404F - TEXTS & CONTEXTS:SEM LIT:FRENC

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. In-depth study of authors, genres, or movements in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. May be repeated when taught with a different topic. Prerequisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 404G - TEXTS & CONTEXTS:SEM LIT/GERMA

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. In-depth study of authors, genres, or movements in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. May be repeated when taught with a different topic. Prerequisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 404R - TEXTS & CONTEXTS:SEM LIT:RUSSI

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. In-depth study of authors, genres, or movements in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. May be repeated when taught with a different topic. Prerequisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 404S - TEXTS & CONTEXTS:SEM LIT:SPANI

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. In-depth study of authors, genres, or movements in cultural contexts. Conducted in the target language. May be repeated when taught with a different topic. Prerequisite: FL 301 or FL 302. Offered Fall or on demand.

FL 410 - INT'L INTERN:COMP LANG/CULT

Semester Hours: 3-6

Capstone for majors, offering practical experience in commercial or public organizations domestically or abroad. Conducted in English. Prerequisite: FL 303. Offered Spring, Summer, and Fall.

FL 499F - INDEPENDENT STUDY:FRENCH

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Independent study and/or study abroad. Prerequisite: FL 202.

FL 499G - INDEPENDENT STUDY:GERMAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Independent study and/or study abroad. Prerequisite: FL 202.

FL 499N - INDEPENDENT STUDY:LATIN

Semester Hours: 3

FL 499R - INDEPENDENT STUDY:RUSSIAN

Semester Hours: 3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Independent study and/or study abroad. Prerequisite: FL 202.

FL 499S - INDEPENDENT STUDY:SPANISH

Semester Hours: 1-3

Available in French, German, Russian, Spanish. Independent study and/or study abroad. Prerequisite: FL 202.

Buksa, Irena, Associate Professor, Foreign Language, 1990, DA, Syracuse.

Goebel, Rolf, Professor, Foreign Language, 1985, PhD, University of Maryland.

Gyasi, Kwaku, Associate Professor, Foreign Language, 1999, PhD, Ohio State University.

Kaiura, Leslie, Assistant Professor, Foreign Language, 2007, MA, University of Virginia.

Keller, Karl, Lecturer, Foreign Language, 2007, MA, University of Alabama.

Maier, Linda, Professor, Foreign Language, 1993, PhD, University of Virginia.