Foreign Languages

 

Departmental Courses

The following Upper-Level (300-400 level) Course Rotations are offered as a guide and are subject to change at the Department's discretion.

FRENCH COURSE ROTATION

 

Spring 2010

  • FREN 301: Advanced Conversation

  • FREN 302: Advanced Composition
  • FREN 327: 19th Century Literature & Civilization

  • FREN 351: Intro to Translation: French to English
  • FREN 47x: French Special Topics

Fall 2010

  • FREN 301: Advanced Conversation

  • FREN 302: Advanced Composition
  • FREN 325: Early French Literature & Civilization

  • FREN 391: Advanced French Grammar
  • FREN 420: France Today through the Media

Spring 2011

  • FREN 301: Advanced Conversation

  • FREN 302: Advanced Composition
  • FREN 328: 20th Century French Literature & Civilization: 1900 to 1945

  • FREN 3xx: French Phonetics
  • FREN 4xx: French Special Topics

 

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GERMAN COURSE ROTATION

 

Spring 2010

  • GERM 302: Composition & Conversation II
  • GERM 311: Culture and Civilization

  • GERM 481: The German Novelle

For additional information about German course offerings in upcoming semesters, please contact the German Program Coordinator, Dr. Annette Budzinski-Luftig abudzinskiluftig@towson.edu

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SPANISH COURSE ROTATION SCHEDULE

 

 

Fall 2013

  • SPAN 301/302: Composition & Conversation I & II
  • SPAN 311 Culture and Civ of Spain

  • SPAN 312 Culture and Civ of Latin America (2 sections)
  • SPAN 321 Survey of Spanish Lit

  • SPAN 322 Survey of Spanish American Lit

Spring 2014

  • SPAN 301/302: Composition & Conversation I & II
  • SPAN 311 Culture and Civ of Spain
  • SPAN 312 Culture and Civ of Latin America (2 sections)
  • SPAN 321 Survey of Spanish Lit

  • SPAN 322 Survey of Spanish American Lit

Electives

  • SPAN 305 Readings in Spanish &
  • SPAN 370 Special Topics

* SPAN 305 and SPAN 370 may be taken the same semester as SPAN301 or SPAN302*

SPAN 301 and SPAN 302 are prerequisites for the following courses:

  • SPAN306 Spanish Phonetics
  • SPAN391 Advanced Grammar
    SPAN331 Business Spanish
  • SPAN409 Spanish Translation
  • SPAN408 Advanced Conversation
  • SPAN402 Aspects of Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN4-- Special Topics or Lit course
  • SPAN4-- Special Topics or Lit course

 

 

Fall 2014
  • SPAN 301/302: Composition & Conversation I & II
  • SPAN 305: Readings in Spanish
  • SPAN 311 Culture and Civ of Spain

  • SPAN 312 Culture and Civ of Latin America (2 sections)
  • SPAN 321 Survey of Spanish Lit

  • SPAN 322 Survey of Spanish American Lit

Spring 2015

  • SPAN 301/302: Composition & Conversation I & II

  • SPAN 311 Culture and Civ of Spain

  • SPAN 312 Culture and Civ of Latin America (2 sections)
  • SPAN 321 Survey of Spanish Lit

  • SPAN 322 Survey of Spanish American Lit

Electives

  • SPAN 305 Readings in Spanish &
  • SPAN370 Special Topics

* SPAN 305 and SPAN 370 may be taken the same semester as SPAN301 or SPAN302*

SPAN 301 and SPAN 302 are prerequisites for the following courses:

  • SPAN 306 Spanish Phonetics
  • SPAN 391 Advanced Grammar
  • SPAN 407 Advanced Composition
  • SPAN 409 Spanish Translation
  • SPAN 455 Hispanic Popular Cultures
    SPAN 4-- Special Topics or Lit course

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