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ENGL 313 Fiction Writing* ENGL 390 Special Topics FINA 232 Erie Architecture FINA 235 Christian Art and Architecture FINA 380 Art and the Sacred FINA 281 Problems in Contemporary Art and Architecture FINA 282 Modern Art FINA 390 American Architecture FINA 391 Special Topics LFIN 252 Women in Photography LFIN 310 Music and Medicine MUSC 200-208 Band (1 credit)* MUSC 231 Beethoven and His Influence MUSC 250 Music and Psychology MUSC 251 Music in Advertising and Marketing MUSC 252 Music in the Theater MUSC 390 Special Topics PSYC 300 Psychology of Creativity* THEA 251 Psychology of Design* THEA 252 Costume and Makeup* THEA 390 Performance and Production in Theatre* THEA 396 Dance (1 credit)* THEA 390 Special Topics *denotes applied course

FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES MARTHA KOSIR, Ph.D., Chairperson FACULTY: Associate Professors: Martha Kosir, Carlos Mamani. Instructor: Jack Marcus. Adjunct Faculty: Margaret Juang, David Park. Latin and Greek are taught by faculty in the Philosophy and Theology departments. Aims and Objectives: The Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures offers the following programs: Foreign Language, Foreign Languages/Government and, Foreign Languages/Business options. The staff offers courses in language, literature and linguistics as well as specialized courses in terminology and practices in such fields as business, criminal justice, social services, and health sciences. Courses in political science and business are presented in conjunction with the respective departments. The languages offered are French, German, Spanish, Latin, Chinese, and occasionally Greek, and Hebrew, with majors only in French and Spanish. Instruction is given in modern classrooms, all equipped with a digital dais. Instructional and informative technology is an integral part of foreign language instruction at Gannon University. For use outside of classroom, additional computers are available in the departmental Language Lab. The University maintains affiliations with programs for study abroad and encourages students to spend a summer or a semester at a university in Europe, Latin America, French Canada, or worldwide. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Employment here and the U.S. and abroad with governmental and private agencies; multinational business; in tourism and travel industry; in

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015