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Modern Languages & Cultures Courses

Arabic Courses

Chinese Courses

Courses Offered in English Courses

French Courses

General Courses

German Courses

Italian Courses

Japanese Courses

Latin Courses

Nez Perce Courses

Russian Courses

Spanish Courses

Richard Spence, Interim Dept. Chair, Dept. of Modern Languages & Cultures (302 Admin. Bldg. 83844-3174; phone 208/885-6179; fax 208/885-5221; forlang@uidaho.edu).

Prerequisite: Each successive course in the vertical sequences of the elementary and intermediate language courses listed below has as prerequisite the successful completion of the previous course in the sequence with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite for upper-division language courses is the appropriate intermediate course with a grade of C or better or equivalent.

Vertically-related courses in this subject field are: Arbc 101-102; Chin 101-102-201-202; Fren 101-102 (or 104)-201-202; Germ 101-102-201-202; Grek 341-342-441-442; Ital 101-102-201-202; Japn 101-102-201-202; Latn 101-102; NezP 101-102-201-202; Russ 101-102-201-202; Span 101-102 (or 104)-201-202. Any one of the following courses may be considered the terminal course for the related vertical sequence above: Chin 306 or Chin 307 or Chin 308; Fren 301 or 302; Germ 301 or 302; Russ 307 or 308; Span 301 or 302. Any upper-division Latin literature course may be used to receive vertically related course credit for Latn 101-102. A maximum of 16 credits may be earned for vertical credit in any language, in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.