- COMPUTER INFORMATION SCIENCE
- COMPUTER SCIENCE
- COMMUNICATION STUDIES
- HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
- MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
- OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
- POLITICAL SCIENCE
- SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
- LEGAL STUDIES
- COMMUNICATION STUDIES
LANGUAGES 120: French I (LANG 120, 3 Credits)
Presents the basics of the French language as spoken in Europe. Instruction in greetings, verb conjugations, basic survival vocabulary, pronunciation rules, grammatical structures, and cultural highlights. Develops basic reading and conversational abilities, the ability to understand and apply language rather than simply memorizing words.
LANGUAGES 121: French II (LANG 121, 3 Credits)
Strengthens comprehension of spoken and written French and ability to respond to real-life situations Expands vocabulary and improves reading skills. Increases freedom of expression through oral and reading comprehension exercises based on excerpts from great French literary works. Grammar exercises focus on reflexive verbs, direct and indirect pronouns, subjunctive mood, and preterit, imperfect, conditional, and past-perfect tenses. Supplemented by songs, verse, and video clips. Material presented in both English and French.
LANGUAGES 130: Japanese I (LANG 130, 3 Credits)
Develops fundamental skills for speaking, listening, reading, and writing modern Japanese. Gives contextualized instructions to develop both communicative and cultural competency. Systematically introduces the Japanese writing system (Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji).
LANGUAGES 131: Japanese II LANG 131, 3 Credits)
Develops more advanced skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, and writing modern spoken and written Japanese. Continues introduction of the Japanese writing system (Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji).
LANGUAGES 140: Korean I (LANG 140, 3 Credits)
Introduces the Korean language and alphabet, Hangul. Provides a solid foundation in all aspects of the language, including speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Cultivates knowledge of the language’s orthographic and phonetic systems, grammar, syntax, and vocabulary within social and cultural contexts.
LANGUAGES 141: Korean II (LANG 141, 3 Credits)
Continues acquisition of the concepts presented in Korean I including speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Further cultivates knowledge of the orthographic and phonetic systems, grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.