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Major in Classical Languages:

Ten courses with a minimum of 30 hours, including LATN 2001, LATN 2002, LATN 3500, LATN 3505; GREK 1001and GREK 1002; and ten additional sem. hrs. (3-4 courses) hours in one of the two tracks described below:

Track 1: Classical Languages

Ten additional sem. hrs. (3-4 courses) in Latin (LATN) or Greek (GREK) courses. A maximum of one course may be taken in courses listed under Classics (CLAS).

Track 2: Classical Languages for Education Majors

Ten additional sem. hrs. (3-4 courses) in Latin (LATN) Courses.

Additional Requirements for Track 2: Classical Languages for Education Majors:

1) Passing a competence examination in Latin before being permitted to register for FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

2) Completion of FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

3) Maintenance of a minimum 2.750 grade point average in Latin (LATN) courses.

Major in Classical Studies:

Twelve courses with a minimum of 36 hours, including LATN 2001 and LATN 2002 or GREK 2001 and GREK 2002, HIST 1201 and HIST 3201, PHIL 3610, and 21 elective hours in ancient languages, civilization or tradition.

Electives may be fulfilled with such courses as: POSC 2801, POSC 4801, THEO 2100, THEO 4000, THAR 4200, and CMST 3340, depending on course content.

Major in French

Ten courses with a minimum of 30 hours, excluding FREN 1001, FREN 1002, FREN 2001, FREN 2002, FREN 2003, and including courses FREN 3001, FREN 3002, FREN 3100, FREN 3500, FREN 4110, a culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320, FREN 3610), as well as an additional twelve sem. hrs. (4 courses) in one of the three tracks described below. A maximum of one course may be taken in English (FREN 3210).

Track 1: Francophone Literatures, Cultures and Language

One literature course (FREN 3600, FREN 3610, FREN 4500, FREN 4510, FREN 4520, FREN 4530, FREN 4540, FREN 4550), one additional culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320, FREN 3610), and two French elective courses.

Track 2: Business and Culture

FREN 3700 and FREN 3701; one additional culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320, FREN 3610), and one French elective course.

Track 3: Francophone Literatures, Cultures and Language for Education Majors

FREN 3102, one literature course (FREN 3600, FREN 3610, FREN 4500, FREN 4510, FREN 4520, FREN 4530, FREN 4540, FREN 4550), one additional culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320, FREN 3610), and one French elective course.

Additional Requirements for Track 3: Francophone Literatures, Cultures and Language for Education Majors:

1) Passing an official Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in French at the level of Intermediate-High on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Scale before being permitted to register for FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

2) Completion of FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

3) Maintenance of a minimum 2.750 grade point average in the French major with a minimum of a 3.000 grade point average in courses FREN 3001, FREN 3002, FREN 3100, FREN 3120, and FREN 4110 as applicable.

4) Residence in a country in which French is spoken or participation in a structured study abroad program and/or intensive immersion experience. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures must approve the program selected.

Major in German:

Ten courses with a minimum of 30 hours, excluding courses GRMN 1001, GRMN 1002, GRMN 2001, GRMN 2002, GRMN 2003, and including courses GRMN 3001, GRMN 3030, GRMN 3100, GRMN 3500 and GRMN 3510, as well as an additional fifteen credits (five courses) in one of the two tracks described below:

Track I: German Language, Literature and Culture

5 courses in German electives. Both GRMN 3200 and GRMN 3210 in English may be counted toward the major.

Track II: Education Majors

GRMN 3120, GRMN 3200, GRMN 4110, and two courses in German electives excluding GRMN 3210.

Additional Requirements for Track II: Education Majors:

1) The German section will offer Education Majors an on-going evaluation of the candidates’ abilities to understand and produce German, to read and write the language, and to understand the structure of the language. Additionally, an evaluation is made of the candidate’s familiarity with current German culture.

2) Passing an official Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in German at the level of Intermediate-High on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Scale before being permitted to register for FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

3) Completion of FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.

4) Maintenance of a minimum 2.750 grade point average in the German major with a minimum of a 3.000 grade point average in courses GRMN 3001, GRMN 3100, GRMN 3120 and GRMN 4110 as applicable.

5) Residence in a country in which German is spoken or participation in a structured study abroad program and/or intensive immersion experience. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures must approve the program selected.

Note to Majors in Spanish

Heritage learners of Spanish are students of Hispanic background who have been educated in the United States and have been exposed to Spanish in their homes or communities from an early age, but who consider English their primary language.

Native speakers of Spanish have been primarily educated in Spanish and consider Spanish their first language.

Major in Spanish:

Spanish language, literature and culture

Ten courses with a minimum of 30 hours, excluding courses SPAN 1001, SPAN 1002, SPAN 1003, SPAN 2001, SPAN 2002 and SPAN 2003. Students must complete one of the four Tracks listed below.

Track 1: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, three hours (one course) in Spanish-American literature (SPAN 4600, SPAN 4610, SPAN 4615 or SPAN 4620), and nine hours (three courses) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses.

Track 2: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Heritage Speakers

SPAN 3005, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 4400, three hours (one course) in Spanish-American literature (SPAN 4600, SPAN 4610, SPAN 4615 or SPAN 4620), and nine hours (three courses) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002 and SPAN 3500. [Education majors must complete SPAN 4110 and SPAN 4120 as two of the three elective courses, as well as the Additional Requirements for Track IV: Education Majors]

Track 3: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Native Speakers

SPAN 3005 or SPAN 4110, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3505, six hours (2 courses) in Spanish literature (SPAN 4500, SPAN 4505, SPAN 4510, SPAN 4525, SPAN 4550 or SPAN 4560); six hours (2 courses) in Spanish-American literature (SPAN 4600, SPAN 4610, SPAN 4615, SPAN 4620, SPAN 4640, SPAN 4660 or SPAN 4670) and nine hours (3 courses) in Spanish electives, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 3700, SPAN 3710. [Education majors must complete SPAN 4110 and SPAN 4120 as two of their courses, as well as the Additional Requirements for Track IV : Education Majors]

Track 4: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Education Majors

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 4110, SPAN 4120, three hours (one course) in Spanish-American literature (SPAN 4600, SPAN 4610, SPAN 4615 or SPAN 4620), and one Spanish (SPAN) elective course.

Additional Requirements for Track 4: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Education Majors:

1) Passing an official Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in Spanish at the level of Intermediate-High on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Scale before being permitted to register for FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

2) Completion of FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)

3) Maintenance of a minimum 2.750 grade point average in the foreign language major with a minimum of a 3.000 grade point average in courses SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3005, SPAN 3100, SPAN 4110 and SPAN 4120, as applicable.

4) Residence in a country in which Spanish is spoken or participation in a structured study abroad program and/or intensive immersion experience. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures must approve the program selected.

Spanish for the Professions

Ten courses with a minimum of 30 hours, excluding courses SPAN 1001, SPAN 1002, SPAN 1003, SPAN 2001, SPAN 2002 and SPAN 2003. Students must complete one of the four Tracks listed below.

Track 1: Spanish for the Business Professions

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3320, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3700, SPAN 3705, and six hours (2 courses) Spanish electives.

Track 2: Spanish for the Health Professions

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3320, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3710, SPAN 3715, and six hours (2 courses) Spanish electives.

Track 3: Spanish for the Professions for Heritage Speakers

SPAN 3005, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3320, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3100 or SPAN 4110, SPAN 3700 and 3705 or SPAN 3710 and SPAN 3715, and nine hours (three courses) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002 and SPAN 3500.

Track 4: Spanish for the Professions for Native Speakers of Spanish

SPAN 3005 or SPAN 4110, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3320, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3705 or SPAN 3715, and fifteen hours (five courses) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 3700, SPAN 3710.

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE MINORS

Students are not allowed to get a minor in the same language that they have declared as their major (e.g. major in Spanish Language and Literature and minor in Spanish for the Professions).

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ASIAN STUDIES MINOR WITH A FOCUS IN CHINA OR CHINESE STUDIES

The Asian studies minor requires 18 credits, including up to 8 Chinese language credits (Elementary Chinese 1&2 or Intermediate Chinese 1&2). Students can pursue an Asian studies minor with a focus in China or Chinese studies by taking the following courses:

1. CHNS 1001 Elementary Chinese 1 (4 credits)
2. CHNS 1002 Elementary Chinese 2 (4 credits)
3. CHNS 3200 Chinese Culture and Civilization (3 credits)
4. CHNS 3210 Chinese Literature in English Translation (3 credits)
5. HIST 1501 East Asian (3 credits; fulfill the diverse culture and history requirements)
6. Students may take a 1 credit independent study course with Dr. Dan Meissner or
Dr. Michael Wert in the history department to fulfill the minor.

Literature and Civilization classes offered occasionally.

http://marquette.edu/asian-studies-minor/requirements.shtml

The changes will be reflected on the new Undergraduate Bulletin which is released in Fall 2013.

MINOR IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGES:

Six courses with a minimum of 20 hours, including LATN 2001, LATN 2002, LATN 3500, LATN 3505, GREK 1001 and GREK 1002.

MINOR IN CLASSICAL STUDIES:

Eight courses with a minimum of twenty-four hours, including LATN 2001 and LATN 2002 or GREK 2001 and GREK 2002, HIST 1201 and HIST 3201, PHIL 3610, and nine elective hours in ancient languages, civilization or tradition.

Electives may be fulfilled with such courses as: POSC 2801, POSC 4801, THEO 2100, THEO 4000, THAR 4200, and CMST 3340, depending on course content.

MINOR IN FRENCH:

Six courses with a minimum of 18 sem. hrs., excluding FREN 1001, FREN 1002, FREN 2001, FREN 2002, FREN 2003, and including courses FREN 3001, FREN 3002, FREN 3500,  a culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320 or FREN 3610), and six additional sem. hrs. (two courses) in French electives, excluding FREN 3200 and FREN 3210.

MINOR IN GERMAN:

Six courses with a minimum of 18 hours, excluding courses excluding courses GRMN 1001, GRMN 1002, GRMN 2001, GRMN 2002, GRMN 2003, and including courses GRMN 3001, GRMN 3030, GRMN 3500 and nine additional hours (three courses) in German elective courses. One course GRMN 3200 or GRMN 3210 in English may be counted toward the minor.

NOTE TO MINORS IN SPANISH 

Heritage learners of Spanish are students of Hispanic background who have been educated in the United States and have been exposed to Spanish in their homes or communities from an early age, but who consider English their primary language.

Native speakers of Spanish have been primarily educated in Spanish and consider Spanish their first language.

MINOR IN SPANISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Six courses with a minimum of 18 hours, excluding courses SPAN 1001, SPAN 1002, SPAN 1003, SPAN 2001, SPAN 2002 and SPAN 2003. Students must complete one of the three tracks listed below:

Track 1: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002,  SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515 or SPAN 3520, three hours (one course) in  Spanish (SPAN) elective courses.

Track 2: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Heritage Speakers

SPAN 3005, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3515 or SPAN 3520, SPAN 4400, and three hours (one course) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002 and SPAN 3500.

Track 3: Spanish Language, Literature and Culture for Native Speakers

SPAN 3505, SPAN 3005 or SPAN 4110, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, three hours (one course) in Spanish literature (SPAN 4500, SPAN 4505, SPAN 4510, SPAN 4525, SPAN 4550 or SPAN 4560); three hours (one course) in Spanish-American literature (SPAN 4600, SPAN 4610, SPAN 4615, SPAN 4620, SPAN 4640, SPAN 4660 or SPAN 4670) and three hours (one course) in Spanish electives, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 3700, and SPAN 3710.  

MINOR IN SPANISH FOR THE PROFESSIONS:

Six courses with a minimum of 18 hours, excluding courses SPAN 1001, SPAN 1002, SPAN 1003, SPAN 2001, SPAN 2002 and SPAN 2003. Students must complete one of the four tracks listed below:

Track 1: Spanish for the Business Professions

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3700 and SPAN 3705

Track 2: Spanish for the Health Professions

SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3710 and SPAN 3715

Track 3: Heritage Learners

SPAN 3005, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3320, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3700 and 3705 or SPAN 3710 and SPAN 3715.

Track 4: Native Speakers of Spanish

SPAN 3005 or SPAN 4110, SPAN 3300 or SPAN 3310, SPAN 3505, SPAN 3705 or SPAN 3715, and six hours (two courses) in Spanish (SPAN) elective courses, excluding SPAN 3001, SPAN 3002, SPAN 3100, SPAN 3500, SPAN 3515, SPAN 3520, SPAN 3700, and SPAN 3710.


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