Modern Language Course Offerings

This summer 2013, we will be offering the following mostly beginning language classes:

Track A:
    52208    HU2271    Beginning French IA        9:35-10:50
    52235    HU2272    Beginning French IB        9:35- 10:50
    52167    HU2291    Beginning Spanish IA     2:05- 3:20

Track B
    52172    HU2281    Beginning German IB    (online)
    52345    HU3265    topics in East Asian Cultures    (online)
Beginning language courses are designed for “true beginners.” If the students you advise have had at least one year of prior language study, they are required to complete the Michigan Tech modern language placement test in order to be placed at the appropriate level.

Here is the newly revised link for placement exam registration:

http://www.mtu.edu/humanities/undergraduate/pdfs/mltestreg2013.pdf

Beginning Fall 2013, students who place into a 3000 level language class, and complete at least one language course at this level successfully, satisfy the Global Learning graduation requirement. In other words, they may opt out of UN1025: Global Issues. 3000 and 4000 level modern language classes are offered during Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters.

Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval, Ph.D
Associate Professor, Spanish Language & Latin American Studies
Director, Modern Languages & Literatures Program
Department of Humanities
906 487-3241
906 487-3559 (fax)
smbosche@mtu.edu
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