Submitted by the Academic Programs
Undergraduate - World Languages
Depending on the type and length of study abroad program completed, students may receive more than the 3-6 credits currently indicated in the catalog. Therefore, this change is required to increase the available credit hours to 3-12.
The Department of World Languages proposes to change the title of this course to: Directed Independent Study in Spanish, and to change the catalog description to clearly indicate under which circumstances a Directed Independent Study in Spanish may be offered. In addition, students may take no more than two Independent Studies for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
World Languages proposes to terminate this Independent Study in Languages course since a course designated for Directed Independent Study in Spanish exists, and one designated for Independent Study in French will be created.
World Languages proposes to terminate this course because it has not been taught in the past seven years.
The Department of World Languages requests that this course be reclassified to the 4000 level. The title and description both make clear that it is an advanced course and parallels the 4000-level Advanced Spanish Conversation course (SPN 4410).
Prerequisites: FRE 2240 Intermediate French I or equivalent Corequisites: NoneCourse Description:
This course provides training in the development of aural comprehension of spoken French, with an emphasis on understanding colloquial speech patterns, broadcast journalism and regional accents; students will also receive training in oral production with an emphasis on normative speech and the development of vocabulary. Heritage speakers of French may take this course only with permission of the World Languages Chair. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
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