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Modern Foreign Languages SPN 3250. Spanish-American Literature II: The Voices of the Writers (4) SPN 3260. Caribbean Literature: Images of a Region (4) SPN/WGS/GBS 3280. Latin American Women Writers (4) SPN 3881. Special Topics (4) One elective above SPN 2020 (4) Note: The minor requires 18 credits if a student begins at a level higher than SPN 2020.

Other Departmental Minors Requirements for a Minor in Chinese (21 credits) CHI 1013. CHI 2010. CHI 2020. CHI 2050. CHI 2080. CHI 3180.

Chinese Calligraphy and Phonetics (1) Intermediate Chinese I (4) Intermediate Chinese II (4) Oral Communication (4) Grammar and Composition (4) Chinese for Business (4)

Course Descriptions ESL 1010. English as a Second Language: Grammar and Composition I. Instruction and practice in the use of the English language, with primary emphasis on writing. Required of all non-native speakers of English, unless exempted by the placement exam in English as a Second Language. Only non-native speakers of English may enroll in this course. Four credits. ESL 1020. English as a Second Language: Grammar and Composition II. Instruction and practice in the use of the English language, with primary emphasis on writing. Prerequisite: MFL 1010 or permission of the instructor. Required of all non-native speakers of English, unless exempted by the placement exam in English as a Second Language. Only non-native speakers of English may enroll in this course. Four credits. ESL 1030. Oral Communication Skills in English as a Second Language. A course designed to help non-native speakers of English develop the practical skills necessary for academic success. Intensive work in speaking and in listening comprehension, with attention to improving pronunciation. Work with a tutor outside of class is required. Required of all non-native speakers of English, unless exempted by the placement exam in English as a Second Language. Restricted to non-native speakers of English. Prerequisite: Placement or permission of instructor. Four credits.

ESL 1040. Reading in English as a Foreign Language. A course designed to help non-native speakers of English develop the reading comprehension skills necessary for academic success. Intensive work in reading comprehension, with attention to improving vocabulary and decoding texts of various genres. Work with a tutor outside of class is required. Prerequisite: Placement or permission of the instructor. Native speakers of English may not receive credit for MFL 1040. Four credits. MFL 2881, 3881, 4881. Special Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. MFL 4444. Independent Study. Individual study and research under the guidance of a member of the department. One to four credits each semester. MFL 4810-4815. Student Internship. Three, four, six, eight, ten or twelve credits. ARA 1010. Elementary Arabic I. An introductory course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the official medium of oral and written communication in the Arab countries. Training in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Arabic script. Focus on simple communicative tasks in everyday situations and on development of cultural skills. Four credits. ARA 1020. Elementary Arabic II. A high beginner course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the official medium of oral and written communication in the Arab countries. Continued training in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Arabic script. Focus on basic communicative tasks in everyday situations and on continued development of cultural skills. Prerequisite: ARA 1010 or equivalent. Four credits. [F] ARA 2010. Intermediate Arabic I. An intermediate course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the official medium of oral and written communication in the Arab countries. Continued training in listening and speaking; expansion of writing and reading skills, to include some use of authentic materials. Prerequisite: ARA 1020 or equivalent. Four credits. [F] ARA 2020. Intermediate Arabic II. ARA 2020, a continuation of ARA 2010, is an intermediate course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the official medium of oral and written communication in the Arab countries. Continued enhancement of listening and speaking skills. Expansion of writing skills to a length of several paragraphs on various topics. Expansion of reading skills to include more complex selections and greater use of authentic materials. Prerequisite: ARA 2010 or equivalent. Four credits. [F]

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