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MODERN LANGUAGES Professor Johnson; Associate Professors Afatsawo, DeJong, Palmer, SeverinS, VaronaL; Senior Lecturer Salinas; Assistant Professor Martin Santos; Visiting Assistant Professors Holtzman, Rockelmann, Vlieger; Visiting Instructors Basham, Sanchez; Lecturer Ying Chair: Julia E. Palmer The requirements for a major in French, German, or Spanish are 30 hours in the Language at the 300- and 400-level, 6 hours of which must be completed at an approved host institution in a foreign country in which the target language is spoken and which includes a home-stay. The major in French must include 301-302, 305; four 400-level courses, at least one of which must be in literature; and three electives from language, culture, or literature courses at the 300- or 400-level. The major in German must include one 300-level literature course; four 400-level courses, at least one of which must be in literature; and five electives from language, culture, or literature courses at the 300- or 400-level. The major in Spanish must include 301-302, 303-304, 305 or 306; four 400-level courses, at least one of which must be in literature; and one elective from language, culture, or literature courses at the 300or 400-level. The requirements for a minor in French, German, or Spanish are 18 hours. Three to six hours of study at an approved institution in a foreign country where the language is spoken are strongly recommended. The minor in French must include 301 or 302, 305, one 400-level course and three electives at the 300- or 400-level. The minor in German must include 301 and 302, one 400-level course and three electives at the 300- or 400-level. The minor in Spanish must include 301 and 302, 303 or 304, 305 or 306, one 400-level literature course and one elective at the 300or 400-level. The foreign-language requirement in Modern Languages is met when a student demonstrates functional competency in a foreign language by passing 201 and 202 or any 300-level course in a modern language at HSC or in an approved foreign-study program with home stay.

STUDY ABROAD The Department of Modern Languages encourages and sponsors foreign study and monitors closely the standards and administration of the programs to which it entrusts its students. Approved programs offer supervision, coordination, structure, and compatible cost, and financial aid may be available for approved programs in the event of need. Courses overseas must be approved in advance by the department chair and be consonant with Hampden-Sydney’s curricular philosophy. CHINESE CHINESE 101-102. (3-3) INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE. A first-year course for students who have little or no experience with the language. The goal is to develop the four basic skills: speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing on daily topics such as greetings, making appointments, shopping, sports, etc., and to introduce and expose students to Chinese customs and culture. Prerequisite for 101: none; prerequisite for 102: Chinese 101, or placement by the department. Offered: 101 in the fall semester, as staffing permits; 102 in the spring semester, as staffing permits. CHINESE 201-202. (3-3) INTERMEDIATE CHINESE. A continuation of the 101-102 sequence. Continued development of the four basic skills: speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing on more advanced topics such as traveling, advertising, health, etc., and helping students develop a more profound understanding of the culture and culturally related issues. Prerequisite: Chinese 102, or placement by the department. Offered: 201 in the fall semester, as staffing permits; 202 in the spring semester, as staffing permits.

Academic Catalogue, 2018-19  
Academic Catalogue, 2018-19  
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