World Languages and Cultures — B.A.
This B.A. degree requires 90 liberal arts credits out of the 120 credits required for graduation.
Students in the World Languages and Cultures B.A. major may not enroll in any of the following language-based minors in the department:
- German Area Studies
- Italian Studies
Students in the World Languages and Cultures B.A. may enroll in one of the department's other minors, but can count only two courses in the major towards the minor. This policy applies to the following minors:
- Comparative Literature
- Translation Studies.
Department policy on prerequisites: A grade of C- or better is required for a 10100, 10200, 10400, 20100, and 20200 course in any language to fulfill a prerequisite for another course in the same language.
|World Languages and Cultures B.A. Major Requirements||37|
|Integrative Core Curriculum Requirements and Electives 1||83|
This major is approved to fulfill the Integrative Core Curriculum requirement for the Humanities perspective.
|Choose two of the following:||6|
|Global Screen Cultures|
|Intersections of Race, Language, Literature, and Power in World Cultures|
|Introduction to the Art of Translation|
|Introduction to Linguistics|
|CORE LANGUAGE STUDY|
|18 credits of language study in a single language, FREN, GERM, ITAL, or SPAN, numbered 10100 or above.||18|
•A minimum of six credits of Core Language Study must be at the 300-level or above.
|LNGS 40000||Capstone in World Languages and Cultures||1|
|FOCUSED STUDY AREA|
|Select an additional 12 credits of courses of courses offered by the department.||12|
•Electives may include the remaining Foundation Requirements courses.
•No more than six credits of 100-level courses can be included in the Focused Study Area.
|It is expected that students focus these electives in one of three ways:|
•focused study in a single language: all 12 credits in continued study of the core language
•focused study in an additional language: 12 credits of study in an additional language
•focused study in linguistics and translation: 12 credits of courses in linguistics and/or translation studies.
|Students must determine their focused area of study no later than the spring semester of the junior year, and in consultation with their major advisor. The focused study area is noted on the transcript.|