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MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES


 

BILINGUAL OPTION

 

In addition, students choosing the bilingual option must complete MCLL 351 (Linguistics and Foreign Languages), and one of the following courses: LING 151 (Nature of Language), or LING/FREN/SPAN 635 (Introduction to Romance Linguistics: option available to students who choose French, Latin or Spanish as one of their languages).

Students must also complete 3 language-related elective hours, which may include transfer credit, FREN/GERM/LATN/RUSS/SPAN 398 (Travel Seminar), LING 151 or LING/FREN/SPAN 635 (whichever of these has not already been taken to fulfill the distribution requirement), LING 651/MCLL 651 (Language and Culture), a workshop, a special- or directed-studies course, a literature course, or a teaching option.

Summary:
Language A beyond 210/220 or Latin 112 (12)
Language B beyond 210/220 or Latin 112 (12)
MCLL 351 (3)
LING 151 or LING/FREN/SPAN 635 (3)
Language-related elective course (3)
Total 33

Distribution requirements:

German: at least two of the following four: GERM 300, 344, 524 and 526.

Latin: at least two courses at the 500 level.

French, Russian and Spanish: at least one 300 level and one 500 level course, or two 500 level courses.