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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Employment here in the U.S. and abroad with governmental and private agencies, multinational businesses; in tourism and travel industry; in communication and translation services, and in bilingual/bicultural agencies. Excellent preparation for graduate studies in languages, international business, law, international relations, and global studies. Foreign Languages Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits) FRESHMAN Fall 2 First-Year Seminar 3 College Composition/LENG 111 3 History Without Borders/LHST 111 3 Foundations of Theology/LTHE 101 3 Foreign Language 1 Elective 15 SOPHOMORE Fall 3 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 3 Philosophy II Series/LPHI 6 Electives 3 Foreign Language 15 JUNIOR Fall 3 LPHI 237 or any LTHE 300 course 1 Leadership Seminar 3 Linguistics/ENGL 217 3 GLOBL course 6 Foreign Language 16 SENIOR Fall 1 Senior Oral 6 Electives 6 Foreign Language 3 GLOBL course 16

Spring 3 Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112 3 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 Foreign Language 6 Electives

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Spring 3 The Bible: An Intro/LTHE 201 6 Electives 3 Science 3 Foreign Language 3 GLOBL course 18

Spring 3 Fine Art Series/LFIN 3 Literature Series/LENG 6 Electives 3 Foreign Language 15

Spring 3 Senior Seminar/LBST 383 6 Foreign Language 6 Electives 3 Mathematics 18 Total credits: 128

Foreign Language Minor The department grants a minor to qualified seniors upon graduation. Seniors who major in fields other than foreign languages but who have successfully passed four upper level courses plus FL 210 and FL 211 in one foreign language qualify for the minor. Students entering with a level higher than 211, take 6 upper level courses. The total of credits necessary for a minor in

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Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019  

Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019