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Spanish Major (38 credits)
Bachelor of Arts

Core Courses
Spanish 201, 202, Intermediate Spanish I, II
Spanish 301, 302, Conversation and Composition I, II
Spanish 305, Spanish for the Professions
Spanish 307, Latin American Civilization
Spanish 308, Hispanic Civilization
Spanish 318, Topics in Hispanic Cultures, Literature, History, Politics
Spanish 401, Advanced Conversation (2 cr.)
One elective course in Spanish (Usually satisfied with Spanish 480 or Spanish 498)
Capstone Experience
Spanish 480 or Spanish 498

Required Support Courses (Required for primary majors only)
English 255
History 103, 104 or 112
Religious Studies 106


Spanish Minor (22 credits)
Spanish 201, 202, Intermediate Spanish I, II
Spanish 301, 302, Conversation and Composition I, II
Spanish 307, Latin American Civilization or
   Spanish 308, Hispanic Civilization or
Spanish 305, Spanish for the Professions (not available to teaching majors or minors) Spanish 401,
    Advanced Conversation (2 cr.)

The Education department requires students seeking MC-EA (Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence) or EA-A (Early Adolescence through Adolescence) licensure in Spanich to complete Education 355, Special Methods in Teaching Modern Languages.


French Minor (20 credits)
A student successfully completing a French minor at Carroll University:

  1. Attains intermediate/advanced to advanced-level speaking, listening, writing, reading proficiency.
  2. Is able to express her/himself in written and spoken French in most everyday situations with mistakes that do not hinder meaning.
  3. Understands French-speaking individuals in most everyday situations, as well as written materials in French covering topics in various genres.
  4. Is knowledgeable with regard to histories, cultures, customs, major political and literary events and movements, and contemporary society and issues in countries where French is the dominant language.
  5. Has participated throughout her/his studies in academic, cultural or social activities off-campus, in and beyond the Carroll University and Waukesha communities, ideally through study abroad or substantial immersion experience in the target language.

French 201, 202, Intermediate French I, II
French 301, Conversation and Composition
French 307, French Civilization
One elective course in French

Note: Students planning to use NCE 320, Paris: Art and Culture, for credit toward their French language minor need to work with the course instructor in the semester before they plan to take the course to develop a plan for ways to adapt their coursework to incorporate and demonstrate appropriate use of the language.

The Education department requires students seeking MC-EA (Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence) or EA-A (Early Adolescence through Adolescence) licensure in French to complete Education 355, Special Methods in Teaching Modern Languages.


German Minor (20 credits)
A student successfully completing a German minor at Carroll University:

  1. Attains intermediate/advanced to advanced-level speaking, listening, writing, reading proficiency.
  2. Is able to express her/himself in written and spoken German in most everyday situations with mistakes that do not hinder meaning.
  3. Understands German-speaking individuals in most everyday situations, as well as written materials in German covering topics in various genres.
  4. Is knowledgeable with regard to histories, cultures, customs, major political and literary events and movements, and contemporary society and issues in countries where German is the dominant language.
  5. Has participated throughout her/his studies in academic, cultural or social activities off-campus, in and beyond the Carroll University and Waukesha communities, ideally through study abroad or substantial immersion experience in the target language.

German 201, 202, Intermediate German I, II
German 301, Conversation and Composition
German 318, Topics in German Culture and Literature
One elective course in German
(Although not required, students are strongly encouraged to enroll in HIS 329, The German Experience.)

Note: Students taking HIS 329 or POL 329, The German Experience, and/or NCEP 321, Contemporary Germany: Its Culture, Economy, and Politics, and planning to use those courses for credit toward their German language minor need to work with the
course instructor in the semester before they plan to take the course to develop a plan for ways to adapt their coursework to incorporate and demonstrate appropriate use of the language.

The Education department requires students seeking MC-EA (Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence) or EA-A (Early Adolescence through Adolescence) licensure in German to complete Education 355, Special Methods in Teaching Modern Languages.

 
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