Languages (LN)

LN 1149. Directed Readings in Latin. 1 Semester Hour.

Directed Readings in Latin.

LN 1311. Topics in Languages. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to introduce the student to another language not listed in the current University catalog. The course will be offered only if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours of lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Enrollment restricted to students with no prior experience in the language. Students who have been introduced to the language at home, or in high school, should take course LN 2311 and LN 2312. Course LN 1311 is a prerequisite for course LN 1312. Permission of the Department Chair is required for the course.

LN 1312. Topics in Languages. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to introduce the student to another language not listed in the current University catalog. The course will be offered only if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours of lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Enrollment restricted to students with no prior experience in the language. Students who have been introduced to the language at home, or in high school, should take course LN 2311 and LN 2312. Course LN 1311 is a prerequisite for course LN 1312. Permission of the Department Chair is required for the course.

LN 1411. Languages Transfer Credit I. 4 Semester Hours.

Foreign Language transfer credit.

LN 1412. Languages Transfer Credit II. 4 Semester Hours.

Foreign Language transfer credit.

LN 2300. Languages and their Peoples. 3 Semester Hours.

This course will explore human language from both a biological and a social perspective. The aim of this course is to give students an introduction to the different features of human language and the principal areas of linguistic analysis, which they will then use to identify how languages fit into the contexts of different societies. By the end of the semester, students will examine in depth one particular sociopolitical context and the role that language(s) play within it.

LN 2311. Topics in Lan-Second Y Langu I. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to further the study of other languages not listed in the current University catalog and for which the prospective student has some experience in the study or application of the language. The course will be offered only if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours of lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Course LN 2311 is a prerequisite for Course LN 2312. Permission of the Department Chair is required for entry into the course.

LN 2312. Topics in Lang-Intro to Lan II. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to further the study of other languages not listed in the current University catalog and for which the prospective student has some experience in the study or application of the language. The course will be offered only if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours of lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Course LN 2311 is a prerequisite for Course LN 2312. Permission of the Department Chair is required for entry into the course.

LN 3311. Topics in Language-Advanced I. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to capitalize on previously acquired language skills to conduct advanced study of a language not offered by the University. The course will consist of advanced communications skills, literature, culture, and civilization. The course will be only offered if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis.

LN 3312. Topics in Language-Advanced II. 3 Semester Hours.

This course is designed to capitalize on previously acquired language skills to conduct advanced study of a language not offered by the University. The course will consist of advanced communications skills, literature, culture, and civilization. The course will be only offered if qualified faculty can be found to teach the course on a part-time or individual study basis.