Modern Languages & Cultures Courses
Richard Spence, Interim Dept. Chair, Dept. of Modern Languages & Cultures (302 Admin. Bldg. 83844-3174; phone 208/885-6179; fax 208/885-5221; firstname.lastname@example.org).
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.