Foreign Languages

FORL 1001           Basic Self-Instructional Foreign Language                                                                    3 cr.
The first of two courses for beginners to acquire basic fluency in the target language. Emphasis is on speaking and understanding, with some attention to reading and writing. The mastery of basic skills will be required to study a textbook and listen to audio tapes prior to meeting with an assigned native-speaking tutor for intensive sessions throughout the semester. Students may arrange to take this course on a non-credit basis.
 
FORL 1002           Intermediate Self-Instructional Foreign Language                                          3 cr.
Prerequisite: FORL 1002 or consent of Critical Languages Program Coordinator. A continuation of courses for intermediate learners that aims at the acquisition of fluency in the target language. Emphasis is on speaking and understanding, with some attention to reading and writing. The mastery of intermediate skills will be achieved through intensive aural-oral exercises and practice. Students are required to study a textbook and listen to audio tapes prior to meeting with an assigned native-speaking tutor for intensive sessions throughout the semester. Students may arrange to take this course on a non-credit basis.
 
FORL 2001           Intermediate Self-Instructional Foreign Language                                           3 cr.
Prerequisite: FORL 1002 or consent of Critical Languages Program Coordinator. A continuation of courses for intermediate learners that aims at the acquisition of fluency in the target language. Emphasis is on speaking and understanding, with some attention to reading and writing. The mastery of intermediate skills will be achieved through intensive aural-oral exercises and practice. Students are required to study a textbook and listen to audio tapes prior to meeting with an assigned native-speaking tutor for intensive sessions throughout the semester. Students may arrange to take this course on a non-credit basis.
 
FORL 2002           Intermediate Self-Instructional Foreign Language II                                     3 cr.
Prerequisite: FORL 2001 or consent of Critical Languages Program Coordinator. A continuation of courses for intermediate learners that aims at the acquisition of fluency in the target language. Emphasis is on speaking and understanding, with some attention to reading and writing. The mastery of intermediate skills will be achieved through intensive aural-oral exercises and practice. Students are required to study a textbook and listen to audio tapes prior to meeting with an assigned native-speaking tutor for intensive sessions throughout the semester. Students may arrange to take this course on a non-credit basis.
 
FORL 3001           Advanced Self-Instructional Foreign Language I                                                3 cr.
Prerequisite: FORL 2002 or consent of Critical Languages Program Coordinator. A continuation of courses for advanced learners that aims at the acquisition of fluency in the target language. Emphasis is on speaking and understanding, with some attention to reading and writing. The mastery of advanced skills will be achieved through intensive aural-oral exercises and practice. Students are required to study a textbook ad listen to audio tapes prior to meeting with an assigned native-speaking tutor for intensive sessions throughout the semester. Students may arrange to take this course on a non-credit basis.
 
FORL 3002           Select Foreign Language                                                                                 3 cr.

 
FORL 3051           Reading/Discussion 1                                                                                            3 cr.