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Winter 2018 Undergraduate Calendar


LANGUAGES, LITERATURES AND CULTURES/LANGUES, LITTÉRATURES ET CULTURES (LLC)

PROGRAMS

GREEK AND ROMAN STUDIES
Honours Greek and Roman Studies (Greek or Latin Option)
Combined Honours Greek and Roman Studies
Minor in Greek and Roman Studies
Major and Minor Concentrations: Greek and Roman Studies

FRENCH STUDIES
General French Studies
Honours French Studies
Combined Honours French Studies
Minor in French Studies
Major and Minor Concentrations: Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - French Studies

French Studies Course Categories


MODERN LANGUAGES
Honours Modern Languages with Year Abroad
Honours Modern Languages and Second-Language Education
Combined Honours Modern Languages
Honours Modern Languages with Two Languages Option
Certificate in Second Language Education
Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Language)
Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Language and Culture)
Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Linguistics and Literature)

Major and Minor Concentrations: Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Modern Languages
Major and Minor Concentrations: Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Minor in Linguistics and Literature


ADDITIONAL MINORS
Minor in Arabic Studies
Minor in Jewish Studies

Additional Information: Languages, Literature and Cultures Program Regulations
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS


GREEK AND ROMAN STUDIES

Honours Greek and Roman Studies (Greek or Latin Option)

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) twenty courses, consisting of four Greek or Latin Language and Literature courses; plus 11-161, 11-162; and fourteen additional Greek and Roman Studies (11-), Greek and Roman History (12-), Greek Language and Literature (13-), or Latin Language and Literature (14-) or Ancient Greek Philosophy course 34-273, including at least one in each of the following four areas:
    (i) Art and Archaeology: 11-265, 11-266, 11-450;
    (ii) Greek and Roman History: 12-262, 12-263, 12-271, 12-272, 12-310;
    (iii) Literature: 11-211, 11-212, 11-221, 11-222, 11-320;
    (iv) Mythology and Religion: 11-370, 11-372 .
(b) two courses from Social Sciences;
(c) two courses from Arts or Science;
(d) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(e) 01-150, 01-151;
(f) four other courses from Arts, Languages, Social Sciences, or Science, including Greek and Roman Studies, Greek and Roman History, Greek Language and Literature, and Latin Language and Literature;
(g) eight courses from any area of study, excluding Greek and Roman Studies, Greek and Roman History, Greek Language and Literature, and Latin Language and Literature.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours Greek and Roman Studies

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and 01-150 and 01-151. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) sixteen courses in Greek and Roman Studies (11-), Greek and Roman History (12-), Greek (13-) or Latin (14-) Language and Literature or or Ancient Greek Philosophy course 34-273, including 11-161 and 11-162; plus four of 13-100, 13-101, 13-200, 13-201, 13-450, 14-100, 14-101, 14-200, 14-201 or 14-450; and at least one course in each of the following four areas:
(i) Art and Archaeology: 11-265, 11-266, 11-450;
(ii) Greek and Roman History: 12-262, 12-263, 12-271, 12-272, 12-310;
(iii) Literature: 11-211, 11-212, 11-221, 11-222, 11-320;
(iv) Mythology and Religion: 11-370, 11-372.
(b) Course requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(c) 01-150, 01-151;
(d) two courses from Social Sciences;
(e) two courses from Arts or Science;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(g) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Minor in Greek and Roman Studies
Greek and Roman Studies: six courses in Greek and Roman Studies, with no more than four at the 100-level.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Arts and Science (BAS) - Greek and Roman Studies

Major Concentration: 11-162, 07-220, two of 13-100, 13-101, 13-200, 13-201, 14-100, 14-101, 14-200, 14-201, at least one course each in any three of the following areas:
Art and Archaeology: 11-265, 11-266
Greek and Roman History: 12-262, 12-263, 12-271, 12-272
Literature: 11-212, 11-221
Mythology and Religion: 11-370
Plus, any five Classics courses (prefix 11-, 12-, 13-, 14-)
Minor Concentration: six courses in Classics (prefix 11-, 12-, 13-, 14-) with no more than four at the 100-level; and at least one at the 300-level or above.


FRENCH STUDIES

General Bachelor of Arts in French Studies

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: thirty.
(a) five Literature courses: 29-141; plus one of 29-252, 29-253, 29-255, 29-257, 29-350, 29-353, 29-354, one of 29-356, 29-358; and one of 29-284, 29-383, 29-385. Plus one more 29- (300-level) literature course from the preceding list;
(b) six Language Training courses: 29-121, and 29-122, or 29-123 (double credit); 29-221, and 29-222, or 29-223 (double credit); one of 29-215, 29-315 or 29-317; and one of 29-325, 29-328, 29-329;
(c) three Linguistics courses: 29-230 and 29-231; and one of 29-330, 29-332, 29-333;
(d) one Culture course: 29-260, 29-270, 29-281
, or 29-283;
(e) one additional course from any area in French Studies.

(f) two courses from Social Sciences;
(g) two courses from Arts or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(i) 01-150, 01-151:
(j) six courses from any area of study, excluding French.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

All courses with the prefix 29- are taught entirely in French. Courses are three hours per week (3.00 credit hours) unless otherwise indicated. Not all courses are offered every year. Please contact the French Studies program at the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures office or its web site at www.uwindsor.ca/french to learn which courses will be offered in future years for program planning purposes. An antirequisite specified in the online course description lists a specific course or level of attainment which, if already successfully completed, does not permit registration for credit in the course.

Language training courses 29-114, 29-121, 29-122 (or 29-123); 29-221, 29-221 (or 29-223) must be taken in sequence. Students that begin the program at an advanced level because they possess native proficiency must complete the total number of French Studies course requirements by substituting other approved French Studies courses.

Honours Bachelor of Arts in French Studies

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) eight Literature courses: 29-141 and 29-357; plus one of 29-252, 29-253, 29-255, 29-257, 29-350, 29-353, 29-354, one of 29-356, 29-358
, ; and one of 29-284, 29-383, 29-385. Plus three more 29- literature courses from the preceding list, of which one must be a (300-level) course;
(b) seven Language Training courses: 29-121, and 29-122, or 29-123 (double credit); 29-221, and 29-222, or 29-223 (double credit); one of 29-215, 29-315 or 29-317; and two of 29-325, 29-328, 29-329;
(c) four Linguistics courses: 29-230 and 29-231; and two of 29-330, 29-332, 29-333;
(d) two Culture courses: 29-260, 29-270, 29-281, or 29-283;
(e) one (300-level) course from any area in French Studies.
(f) one Special Topics (400-level) course.
(g) two courses from Social Sciences;
(h) two courses from Arts or Science;
(i) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(j) 01-150, 01-151;
(k) one course from any area of study, including French;
(l) eight courses from any area of study, excluding French.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (f), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

All courses with the prefix 29- are taught entirely in French. Courses are three hours per week (3.00 credit hours) unless otherwise indicated. Not all courses are offered every year. Please contact the French Studies program at the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures office or its web site at www.uwindsor.ca/french to learn which courses will be offered in future years for program planning purposes.
An anti-requisite specified in the online course description lists a specific course or level of attainment which, if already successfully completed, does not permit registration for credit in the course.


Language training courses 29-114, 29-121, 29-122 (or 29-123); 29-221, 29-221 (or 29-223) must be taken in sequence. Students that begin the program at an advanced level because they possess native proficiency must complete the total number of French Studies course requirements by substituting other approved French Studies courses.

Combined Honours French Studies Programs

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and 01-150 and 01-151. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) six Literature courses: 29-141, 29-357 plus one of 29-252, 29-253, 29-255, 29-257, 29-350, 29-353, 29-354,one of 29-356, 29-358; and one of 29-284, 29-383, 29-385. Plus one more 29- (300-level) literature course from the preceding list;
(b) six Language Training courses: 29-121, and 29-122, or 29-123 (double credit); 29-221
, and 29-222, or 29-223 (double credit); one of 29-215, 29-315 or 29-317; and one of 29-325, 29-328, 29-329;
(c) three Linguistics courses: 29-230 and 29-231; and one of 29-330, 29-332, 29-333;
(d) one Culture course: 29-260, 29-270, 29-281
, or 29-283;
(e) one Special Topics (400-level) course.

(f) Course requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject, as prescribed by that area of study.
(g) 01-150, 01-151;
(h) two courses from Social Sciences;
(i) two courses from Arts or Science;
(j) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(k) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (f), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

All courses with the prefix 29- are taught entirely in French. Courses are three hours per week (3.00 credit hours) unless otherwise indicated. Not all courses are offered every year. Please contact the French Studies program at the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures office or its web site at www.uwindsor.ca/french to learn which courses will be offered in future years for program planning purposes.
An ant-irequisite specified in the online course description lists a specific course or level of attainment, which, if already successfully completed, does not permit registration for credit in the course.


Language training courses 29-114, 29-121, 29-122 (or 29-123); 29-221, 29-221 (or 29-223) must be taken in sequence. Students that begin the program at an advanced level because they possess native proficiency must complete the total number of French Studies course requirements by substituting other approved French Studies courses.


Minor in French Studies

Required: a minimum of six French Studies courses, including 29-121, 29-122, 29-221, and 29-222; plus two courses that may be in Language Training, Translation, Linguistics, Literature or Culture.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - French Studies

Major Concentration: 29-121, 29-122, 29-141, 29-215 (or 29-315), 29-221, 29-222, 29-230, 29-231, plus one additional French Literature course, three courses from any area of French studies. At least one course must be in the literature or culture of Francophone Canada.

Minor Concentration: 29-121, 29-122, 29-221, and 29-222; plus two courses that may be in Language Training, Translation, Linguistics, Literature or Culture.

French Studies Course Categories
Requirements for degree programs in French Studies make reference to the following groups of courses:
Preparatory French:29-114.
French Language Training: 29-121, 29-122, 29-123, 29-215, 29-221, 29-222, 29-223, 29-315, 29-325.
Translation Courses: 29-328, 29-329.
Linguistics:29-230, 29-231, 29-330, 29-332, 29-333.
French Literature: 29-141, 29-252, 29-253, 29-255, 29-257, 29-350, 29-353, 29-354, 29-355, 29-356, 29-357.
Franco-Canadian Literature: 29-284, 29-383, 29-385.
Franco-Canadian Culture: 29-270.
Francophone Culture: 29-281, 29-283
Modern French Culture: 29-260.
Special Topics: 29-400 to 29-496.
Directed Readings: 29-497, 29-498, 29-499.

MODERN LANGUAGES

Honours Modern Languages (with year abroad)

The Honours Modern Languages (with year abroad) program will offer students the possibility of completing an Honours degree in either German, Italian or Spanish. The Modern Languages Area Committee will determine whether transfer credit courses from other universities fulfill program requirements.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) seven of the following: 07-120, 07-137, 07-220, 07-237, 07-320, 07-337, and 07-437

(b) six language training courses in one language option area from the following: 15-102, 15-202, 15-300, 15-301, 15-400, 15-401 or 21-102, 21-202, 21-300, 21-301, 21-400, 21-401 or 23-102, 23-202, 23-300, 23-301, 23-400, 23-401 (The level of required courses depends on a placement test. The 300-level language training courses are compulsory for all students)*
(c) one of the following courses: 07-202, 07-203, 07-235, 07-321, 15-248, 21-248, 21-356, 23-248
(d) two of the following civilization courses in the chosen language option area: 15-260 and 15-261 or 21-260 and 21-261 or 23-260 and 23-261;
(e) five pre-approved international courses taught in the target language in either “Literature” and/or “Linguistics” and/or “Culture” and/or “Civilization”, taken at a foreign university during the year abroad (see Notes below);
(f) two “Directed Studies Abroad” Distance Education courses (07-357 and 07-358) taken during the year abroad (see Note {3} below)

    * Students beginning the program at an advanced level must adhere to the following sequence of priorities in selecting their courses to replace the standard 6 language training course requirement.
    (i) Complete all available courses taught in the target language(s).
    (ii) Complete additional courses in the chosen language option area(s).
    (iii) Complete additional courses in Modern Languages

All courses must be selected in consultation with the program advisor.

Notes:
{1} Students are required to take courses in distinct areas of concentration while abroad. They will have their choice of taking three pre-approved courses in either “Literature” and/or “Linguistics” and/or “Culture” and/or “Civilization”. The specific courses taken in an area depend upon the availability of courses in the area at the host university and the student’s program concentration. As well, all students will be required to take two advanced language-training courses. These are standard and available at any exchange partner university.
{2} Students in the Honours program that are unable to take the required courses abroad, for any reason, will be permitted to transfer to the General or Honours with SLE programs. The modular design of the Modern Languages curriculum (a common first two years curriculum) permits this transfer to another program without any loss in time or additional costs to the student.
{3} Students also will register for the “Directed Studies Abroad” Distance Education courses. Students on exchange will be required to attend specific cultural events (museums; art galleries, etc.), participate in assigned activities and write reports on their experiences.

(g) two Social Sciences courses
(h) two Arts or two Sciences courses
(i) two additional courses from Arts, Social Sciences or Science.
(j) 01-150, 01-151
(k) three international courses from a foreign university, in any area of study, including Modern Languages

(l) additional courses from any area of study, excluding Modern Languages, to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (f), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Modern Languages and Second-Language Education*

*NOTE: Students who successfully complete this degree are eligible for the Certificate in Second Language Education upon application at graduation.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) 07-120, 07-220, 07-137, 07 -237, 07-337; 07-437
(b) 07-320, 07-321, 07-420;
(c) six language training courses in one language option area from the following: 15-102, 15-202, 15-300, 15-301, 15-400, 15-401 or 21-102, 21-202, 21-300, 21-301, 21-400, 21-401 or 23-102, 23-202, 23-300, 23-301, 23-400, 23-401 (The level of required courses depends on a placement test. The 300-level language training courses are compulsory for all students)*
(d) two of the following culture and civilization courses in the chosen language option area: 15-260 and 15-261; or 21-260 and 21-261; or 23-260 and 23-261;
(e) three additional courses from: 07-202, 07-203, 07-235, 15-248, 15-260, 15-261, 21-248, 21-260, 21-261, 21-356, 23-248, 23-260, 23-261

(f) two courses from Social Sciences;
(g) two courses from Arts or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(i) 01-150, 01-151;
(j) seven more courses from any area of study, including Modern Languages;
(k) five courses from any area of study, excluding Modern Languages;

* Students beginning the program at an advanced level must adhere to the following sequence of priorities in selecting their courses to replace the standard 6 language training course requirement.
    (i) Complete all available courses taught in the target language;
    (ii) Complete two courses in another language offered by Languages, Literatures and Cultures in which the student has not had prior university-level training including: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Ojibwe and Spanish;
    (iii) Complete additional courses in the chosen language option area.
    (iv) Complete additional courses in Modern Languages
All courses must be selected in consultation with the program advisor.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours Modern Languages

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and 01-150 and 01-151. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) 07-120, 07-220, 07-137, 07-237, 07-320, 07-337, and 07-437

(b) six language training courses in one language option area from the following: 15-102, 15-202, 15-300, 15-301, 15-400, 15-401 or 21-102, 21-202, 21-300, 21-301, 21-400, 21-401 or 23-102, 23-202, 23-300, 23-301, 23-400, 23-401 (The level of required courses depends on a placement test. The 300-level language training courses are compulsory for all students)*
(c) two culture or civilization courses in the chosen language option area: 15-260 and 15-261 or 21-260 and 21-261 or 23-260 and 23-261;
(d) one courses from the following: 07-202, 07-203, 07-235, 07-321, 15-248, 21-248, 21-356, 23-248
(e)
Course requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject, as prescribed by that area of study.
(f) 01-150, 01-151;
(g) two courses from Social Sciences;
(h) two courses from Arts or Science;
(i) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(j)
additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses

* Students beginning the program at an advanced level must adhere to the following sequence of priorities in selecting their courses to replace the standard 6 language training course requirement.
(i) Complete all available courses taught in the target language(s).
(ii) Complete additional courses in the chosen language option area(s).
(iii) Complete additional courses in Modern Languages

All courses must be selected in consultation with the program advisor.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Modern Languages with Two Languages Option

*NOTE: Students who successfully complete this degree are eligible for the Certificate in Second Language Education upon application at graduation.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) 07-120, 07-220, 07-137, 07-237, 07-320, 07-337, and 07-437
(b) six language training courses in each of two language option areas from the following: 15-102, 15-202, 15-300, 15-301, 15-400, 15-401 or 21-102, 21-202, 21-300, 21-301, 21-400, 21-401 or 23-102, 23-202, 23-300, 23-301, 23-400, 23-401 (The level of required courses depends on a placement test. The 300-level language training courses are compulsory for all students)*
(c) two of the following culture and civilization courses in each of the two chosen language option areas: 15-260 and 15-261; or 21-260 and 21-261; or 23-260 and 23-261
(d) one of the following courses: 07-202, 07-203, 07-235, 07-321, 15-248, 21-248, 21-356, 23-248

(e) two courses from Social Sciences;
(f) two courses from Arts or Science;
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(h) 01-150, 01-151;
(i) four courses from any area of study, including Modern Languages;
(j) four courses from any area of study, excluding Modern Languages

* Students beginning the program at an advanced level must adhere to the following sequence of priorities in selecting their courses to replace the standard 6 language training course requirement.
(i) Complete all available courses taught in the target language(s).
(ii) Complete additional courses in the chosen language option area(s).
(iii) Complete additional courses in Modern Languages
All courses must be selected in consultation with the program advisor

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (d), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Certificate in Second Language Education

Total courses: eight.
(
a) 07-120, 07-220, 07-320, 07-321, 07-420;
(b) one course from any area of Modern Languages, excluding language training courses;
(c) plus any two language training courses in which the student does not have prior university level training (either Arabic, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese or Ojibwe).
Native or heritage speakers of any of these languages must take two courses in a language with which they are not familiar.

NOTE: The Certificate in Second Language Education is not equivalent to nor does it provide the necessary qualification for professional certification by the Ontario College of Teachers.


Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Language)

Required Courses:
To complete the requirement for this minor, students normally will take the following language-training courses in one language-option area:
German: 15- 102*, 15-202*, 15-300, 15-301;
Italian: 21-102*, 21-202*, 21-300, 21-301;
Spanish: 23-102*, 23-202*, 23-300 and 23-301.

NOTE: Students with a prior knowledge of the target language must meet with a Modern Languages counsellor before registering for a Minor in that language.
*Double-weighted course.

Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Language and Culture)

Required Courses:
(a) one of the following intensive language-training course*, or equivalent, in one language-option area (German: 15- 102; Italian: 21-102; Spanish: 23-102);
NOTE: Students with a prior knowledge of the target language must meet with a Modern Languages counsellor before registering for a Minor in that language.
(b) 07-137;
(c) two of the following culture and/or civilization courses in the chosen language option area: (German 15-248, 15-260, 15-261; Italian 21-248, 21-260, 21-261; Spanish 23-248, 23-260, 23-261);
(d) one of 07-202 or 07-203.

NOTE: Modern Languages students may take a minor in a language other than their major. If courses in the minor also form part of the major, a substitution of these courses will be permitted with the approval of the Programme Co-ordinator.

*Double-weighted course.

Minor in Modern Languages (Concentration in Linguistics and Literature)

Required Courses: 6
(a) three linguistics courses as follows: 07-120. 07-220, 07-320
(b) three literature courses as follows: 07-137, 07-237, 07-337

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Modern Languages

Major Concentration: 07-120, 07-220, 07-137, 07-237; six language training courses in one language option area (the level of required courses depends on a placement test); two literature, culture or civilization courses in the area of the language option. Students entering the program at an advanced level must complete their language training requirements by selecting from among 300- and 400-level courses taught in the target language.

Minor Concentration: four language training courses in one language option area (the level of required courses depends on a placement test), plus two literature, culture or civilization courses in the area of the language option. Students entering the program at an advanced level must complete their language training requirements by selecting from among 300- and 400-level courses taught in the target language.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Linguistics and Literature

Minor Concentration: 6 courses
(a) three linguistics courses as follows: 07-120, 07-220, 07-320
(b) three literature courses as follows: 07-137, 07-237, 07-337
    Minor in Arabic Studies

    The Minor in Arabic Studies is offered in either a language intensive or culture intensive stream.

    Required: a minimum of six courses, including 08-110 and 08-111. (Those with prior language proficiency cannot register for these courses and will have to take 08-210 and 08-211 in their place.)

    Language stream requirements:
    (a) 08-210, 08-211 and any two of the following: 08-261, 08-262, 29-283, 29-358, 45-261, 45-365, 53-106.

    Culture stream requirements:
    (a) any four of the following: 08-261, 08-262, 29-283, 29-358, 45-261, 45-365, 53-106.


    Minor in Jewish Studies

    Required Courses: A minimum of six Jewish Studies courses, including 06-120 and any five of the following; 06-110, 06-111, 06-170, 06-220, 06-230, 06-235, 06-236, 06-270, 06-370.

    PROGRAM REGULATIONS

    Greek and Roman Studies are devoted to the examination, analysis, and understanding of the languages, literature's, and history of the ancient Near East, Greece and Rome, and to an exploration of their cultural and linguistic legacies to modern society.

    The Modern Languages program is devoted to the study and analysis of world languages in the context of their literary and cultural traditions. In addition to providing the opportunity to learn a new language and explore another culture, the Modern Languages Program focuses on Second Language Education, which explores the process through which a second language is learned. Such knowledge enables our students to become more effective language students and language teachers.

    French Studies: The French language is an essential part of Canada's culture, not only for those who become teachers or translators, but also for those who enter the legal profession, the federal or provincial civil service, social work, business, or industry - in short, all walks of life.

    Options in French Studies: Students wishing to take French as an option are free to select any course provided that they have demonstrated a sufficient command of the language, and/or sufficient preparation in literary studies.

    Not all courses listed will be offered in each term. The programs reserve the right to limit enrolment in language courses and to place students in courses deemed appropriate to their level of language competence.

    Native speakers must consult a program advisor for placement. All majors should plan their programs in consultation with an advisor.

    Language courses numbered 100/101, 200/201, 220/221, and 300/301 must be taken in sequence unless special permission is obtained from a program advisor.

    LLC: COURSES