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high school German (or equivalent) normally begin with GER 112 and are required to complete 31 hours, exclusive of 111. Students with 3 years of high school German (or equivalent) normally begin with GER 115 and are required to complete 27 hours, exclusive of 111 and 112. Italian Programs MINOR IN ITALIAN STUDIES Advisor: Johnathan Druker, Department of Foreign Languages 25 hours in Italian and related courses required. Foreign Languages C A S
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190 C A S Required courses: ITN 111, 112, 115, 116, plus three elective courses to meet the 25-hour requirement. Approved electives: ITN 221, ITN 222; HIS 221, HIS 224; ART 375 or others approved by the Department. Other courses taken in Italy may be counted toward the minor with prior approval of the minor advisor. Latin Programs MINOR IN LATIN 25 hours in Latin and related courses required. Required courses: LAT 111, 112, 115, 116 plus suffi- cient electives to meet the 25-hour minimum. Electives: FOR 106; HIS 221; LAT 221, 222; PHI 254; ART 368, or others approved by the Department. MINOR IN LATIN For Teacher Education: Program requirements are the same as those for the Minor in Latin. Students not majoring in Foreign Languages Education are encouraged to take FOR 319. Spanish Programs Degree Offered: B.A. MAJOR IN SPANISH A minimum of 34 hours and a maximum of 43 hours in Spanish required. The number of hours required for the Major in Spanish depends on the level at which a student begins the program. Students with no previous study in Spanish begin the language with SPA 111 and must com- plete 43 hours. Students with 2 years of high school Span- ish (or equivalent) normally begin with SPA 112 and must complete 39 hours beyond 111. Students with 3 years of high school Spanish (or equivalent) normally begin with SPA 115 and must complete 35 hours beyond SPA 111 and 112. Required courses: SPA 115, 116 or 120, 213, 215, 223, 233, 395, and 2 of the following 6: SPA 243, 244, 262, 323, 324, 325; plus 2 of the following: 305, 336, 337, 360, 385, 395 (may be repeated if content different). Recommended electives: SPA 214 (not for credit if have ACTFL speaking score of Advanced). Teacher Certification Sequence: Part of entitlement program leading to K-12 (Type 10) certification. A minimum of 37 hours and a maximum of 46 hours in Spanish required. The number of hours required for the Major in Spanish for Teacher Certification depends upon the level at which a student begins the program. Students with no previous study in Spanish begin the language with SPA 111 and must complete 46 hours. Stu- dents with 2 years of high school Spanish (or equivalent) normally begin with SPA 112 and must complete 42 hours beyond 111. Students with 3 years of high school Spanish (or equivalent) normally begin with SPA 115 and must complete 38 hours beyond SPA 111 and 112. Required courses: SPA 115, 116 or 120, 213, 215, 223, 233, 243, 244; FOR 319, 320; plus sufficient electives to meet the total hour requirement previously indicated.
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