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International Requirement

All undergraduate business students take nine credit hours of course work containing international content. These hours may be used to fulfill other degree requirements in a student’s program of study.

Students must complete at least nine credit hours of internationally focused content while enrolled in the Darla Moore School of Business.

At least three credit hours must be taken from Moore School courses.

Accounting Courses

ACCT 506 — International Financial Reporting

Economics Courses

ECON 303 — The International Economy
ECON 503 — International Trade Economics
ECON 504 — International Monetary Economics
ECON 505 — International Development Economics
ECON 507 — Comparative Economic Systems

Finance Courses

FINA 476 — Foundations of Capitalism

International Business Courses

IBUS 301 — Introduction to International Business
IBUS 401 — International Financial Management
IBUS 402 — International Marketing
IBUS 405 — International Information Systems
IBUS 441 — Business in Latin America
IBUS 443 — Business in Europe
IBUS 444 — Business in Africa
IBUS 421 — Business Anthropology
IBUS/MGMT 405 — Information Systems

IBUS/MGMT 406 — Human Resource Management

Management Courses

MGMT 407 — Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Management

Mangaement Science Courses

MGSC 487 — Global Sourcing Stratagies and Applications

  • Approved course work containing international business or international economics content, taken at a semester abroad program
  • An approved Maymester or summer overseas course containing international business or international economics content
  • An approved internship course in international business wherein a student would obtain discipline-related work experience in a foreign country
  • Up to six credit hours may be taken from courses offered inside or outside of the Moore School.

Examples of two ways that students may meet this requirement are as follows:

(1) Any two courses with international content from courses offered by the school or an approved list of courses with international content offered outside the school (see list of suggested courses in Section A).

(2) Two language courses at the 200 level or above in same language (see list of language courses in Section B).

Suggested courses with international content

Courses offered outside the Moore School may be used to meet the credit-hour requirement:

African American Studies Courses

AFAM 438D — Studies in African Regional Literature (ENGL 438D)
AFAM 438E — Studies in Caribbean Regional Literature

Anthropology Courses

ANTH 102 — Understanding Other Cultures
ANTH 205 — Panorama of Prehistory
ANTH 208 — Anthropology of Globalization and Development

ANTH 210 — The Human Life Cycle in Different Cultures
ANTH 211 — Learning Across Cultures
ANTH 215 — Chinese Popular Culture
ANTH 300 — Comparing Cultures Through Film
ANTH 301 — Latin American Cultures (LASP 311)
ANTH 305 — South American Indian Cultures (LASP 315)
ANTH 307 — Cultures of Africa
ANTH 308 — Japanese Cultures
ANTH 310 — Cultures of Islam
ANTH 311 — Middle Eastern Cultures
ANTH 312 — Mexican Cultures
ANTH 314 — Caribbean Cultures
ANTH 315 — South Asian Cultures
ANTH 316 — Southeast Asian Cultures
ANTH 327 — Prehistoric Civilizations of the New World (LASP 325)
ANTH 331 — Mesoamerican Prehistory (LASP 322)
ANTH 341 — Acient Civilizations
ANTH 350 — Anthropology and Development
ANTH 351 — The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective (WGST 351)
ANTH 353 — Anthropology of Law and Conflict
ANTH 355 — Language, Culture and Society
ANTH 359 — Theories of Culture
ANTH 381 — Gender and Globalization (WGST 381)
ANTH 388 — Cultures, Pregnancy, and Birth
ANTH 515 — Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures (RELG 551)
ANTH 516 — Indonesian Culture Through Film
ANTH 556 — Language and Globalization (LING 556)
ANTH 581 — Globalization and Cultural Questions (GEOG 581)

Art History Courses

ARTH 105 — History of Western Art
ARTH 106 — History of Western Art
ARTH 107 — History of Asian Art
ARTH 313 — History of Roman Art
ARTH 315 — History of Medieval Art
ARTH 320 — History of Italian Renaissance Art
ARTH 321 — History of Northern Renaissance Art
ARTH 325 — History of Southern Baroque Art
ARTH 326 — History of Northern Baroque Art
ARTH 327 — History of 18th Century Art
ARTH 345 — History of Oriental Art
ARTH 346 — African Art
ARTH 511 — Etruscan Art and Archaeology
ARTH 520 — History of Renaissance Painting 
ARTH 521 — History of Renaissance Sculpture
ARTH 522 — History of Renaissance Architecture
ARTH 523 — Florentine Art
ARTH 525 — History of Baroque Painting
ARTH 526 — History of Baroque Sculpture
ARTH 527 — History of Baroque Architecture

Biology Courses

BIOL 208 — Our Hungry World from Malthus to McDonalds

Classics Courses

CLAS 220 — Introduction to Classical Mythology
CLAS 240 — Sprot and Combat in the Ancient World
CLAS 301 — Ancient Philosophy (PHIL 301)
CLAS 302 — Greek and Roman Philosophy After Aristotle (PHIL 302)
CLAS 305 — Greece and Rome in Film and Popular Culture (HIST 305)
CLAS 320 — Sexuality and Gender in Ancient Greece (WGST 320)
CLAS 321 — Sexuality, Gender and Power in Ancient Rome (WGST 321)
CLAS 324 — Topics in Classical Humanities
CLAS 340 — Greek Art and Archaeology
CLAS 360 — Classical Origins of Western Medical Ethics (PHIL 312)
CLAS 361 — Between Magic and Method: Ancient Medicine (PHIL 313)
CLAS 401 — Greek and Latin Literature in Translation
CLAS 469 — Classical Drama (ENGL 395)
CLAS 471 — Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life (ENGL 471, SPCH 471)
CLAS 586 — Classical Mythology

Comparative Literature Courses

CPLT 150 — Values and Ethics in World Literature
CPLT 270 — World Literature (ENGL 270)
CPLT 300 — What is Comparative Literature
CPLT 301 — Great Books of the Western World I (ENGL 390)
CPLT 302 — Great Books of the Western World II (ENGL 391)
CPLT 303 — Great Books of the Eastern World (ENGL 392)
CPLT 380 — Epic to Romance (ENGL 380)
CPLT 381 — The Renaissance (ENGL 381)

Dance Courses

DANC 282 — World Dance History and Culture
DANC 307 — West African Dance I
DANC 377 — Historic Dance
DANC 381 — Dance History

English Courses

ENGL 270 — World Literature (CPLT 270)
ENGL 283 — Themes in British Writing
ENGL 288 — English Literature (British Literature)
ENGL 348 — African Literature
ENGL 380 — Epic to Romance (CPLT 380)
ENLG 381 — The Renaissance (CPLT 381)
ENGL 390 — Great Books of the Western World I (CPLT 301)

ENGL 391 — Great Books of the Western World II (CPLT 302)
ENGL 392 — Great Books of the Eastern World (CPLT 303)
ENGL 395 — Classical Drama (CLAS 469)
ENGL 400 — Early English Literature
ENGL 401 — Chaucer
ENGL 402 — Tudor Literature
ENGL 403 — The 17th Century
ENGL 404 — English Drama to 1660
ENGL 405 — Shakespeare's Tragedies
ENGL 406 — Shakespeare's Comedies and Histories
ENGL 410 — Restoration and the 18th Century
ENGL 411 — British Romantic Literature
ENGL 412 — Victorian Literature
ENGL 413 — Modern English Literature
ENGL 415 — The English Novel I
ENGL 416 — The English Novel II
ENGL 471 — Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life (CLAS 471, SPCH 471)
ENGL 438D — Studies in African Regional Literature (AFAM 438D)

European Studies Courses

EURO 300 — Introduction to European Studies

Film and Media Studies Courses

FAMS 180 — Film in Culture
FAMS 300 — Film and Media History
FAMS 308 — Global Media Industries
FAMS 338 — Contemporary British Television Industry
FAMS 360 — Special Topics in Global Media
FAMS 361 — Middle East on Screen
FAMS 363 — Hong Kong Action Cinema
FAMS 365 — Screening China
FAMS 598 — Topics in World Films

Geography Courses

GEOG 103 — Intro to Geography
GEOG 121 — Land and Peoples of the World
GEOG 210 — Peoples, Places, and Environments
GEOG 223 — Geography of Latin America (LASP 331)

GEOG 225 — Geography of Europe
GEOG 226 — Geography of the Middle East
GEOG 228 — Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
GEOG 311 — Cultural Geography
GEOG 312 — Geography and Global Geopolitics
GEOG 378 — World Tourism Geography
GEOG 512 — Migration and Globalization
GEOG 569 — Environment and Development
GEOG 581 — Globalization and Cultural Questions

Geology Courses

GEOL 110 — Cultural Geology

German Courses

GERM 270 — Knights and Ladies
GERM 280 — German Culture and Civilization
GERM 290 — Germanic Mythology
GERM 295 — Green Technology in Germany

Greek Courses

GREK 305 — The Greek New Testament
GREK 321 — Plato
GREK 322 — Homer
GREK 399 — Independent Study
GREK 501 — Herodotus
GREK 502 — Thucydides
GREK 533 — Sophocles
GREK 534 — Euripides
GREK 543 — Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns
GREK 550 — Greek Seminar

History Courses 

HIST 101 — European Civilization from Ancient times to the Mid 17th Century
HIST 102 — European Civilization from the Mid-17th Century
HIST 103 — Introduction to South Asian History
HIST 104 — Introduction to Civilization of the Islamic Middle East
HIST 105 — Introduction to East Asian Civilization
HIST 106 — Introduction to African History
HIST 108 — Science and Technology in World History
HIST 109 — Introduction to Latin American Civilization
HIST 301 — The Ancient Near East to 323 B.C.
HIST 302 — Greek History and Civilization to 146 B.C.
HIST 303 — The History of Rome, 753-27 B.C.
HIST 304 — The Roman Empire, 27 B.C. - 480 A.D.
HIST 305 — Greece and Rome in Film and Popular Culture (CLAS 305)
HIST 306 — Midieval Europe, ca. 300-1492
HIST 307 — Family and Society in Europe, c. 1200-1700
HIST 308 — Popular Culture in Europe, c. 1200-1700
HIST 309 — Age of Renaissance
HIST 310 — Age of Reformation
HIST 311 — The Age of Absolutism, 1648-1789
HIST 312 — French Revolution and Napoleon
HIST 313 — The Enlightenment
HIST 316 — Nineteenth-Century Europe
HIST 317 — Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II
HIST 318 — Europe from World War II to the Present
HIST 320 — The History of Great Britain
HIST 321 — The History of Great Britain
HIST 325 — Byzantine History: 4th to 11th Centuries
HIST 326 — Byzantine History: 11th to 15th Centuries
HIST 327 — The Crusades
HIST 328 — Nineteenth-Century Britain
HIST 329 — Modern and Contemporary Britain
HIST 333 — France Since 1815
HIST 336 — Russian and Soviet Diplomatic History
HIST 338 — Modern Germany
HIST 342 — The Slavs in History
HIST 343 — The Fall of the Eastern European Empires
HIST 344 — Eastern Europe Since WWI
HIST 347 — The Middle East in Modern Times
HIST 348  North Africa from Colonialism to Revolution: 1830-1962
HIST 349 — The Contemporary Middle East and North Africa
HIST 351 — Africa to 1800
HIST 352 — Africa since 1800
HIST 353 — Problems in the History of Africa South of the Sahara
HIST 354 — Modern East Asia
HIST 355 — China to Revolution
HIST 356 — China since 1949
HIST 357 — Japan to 1800: Aristocrats and Warriors
HIST 358 — Japan since 1800
HIST 370 — The Napoleonic Wars
HIST 374 — Nationalism: Myth and Reality
HIST 375 — Nazis and Fascists in European History, 1919-1945
HIST 376 — War and European Society, 1914-1945
HIST 377 — Business in Historical Perspective
HIST 378 — Urban Experience in Modern Europe
HIST 379 — Women in Modern Europe (WGST 379)
HIST 382 — HIstory of Crime and Punishment in the Western World
HIST 383 — Jewish History I: Late Antiquity to 1500 (JSTU 381, RELG 381)
HIST 384 — Jewish History II: 1500 to Present (JSTU 382, RELG 382)
HIST 385 — The Expansion of Christianity
HIST 386 — Islamic Institutions and Traditions (RELG 354)
HIST 396 — Evolution of Warfare I
HIST 397 — Evolution of Warfare II (ARMY 597)
HIST 413 — History of Canada
HIST 420 — Latin America: The Founding of New Societies (LASP 341)
HIST 421 — Modern Latin America (LASP 342)
HIST 422 — Social and Economic History of Latin America (LASP 441)
HIST 423 — History of Mexico (LASP 442)
HIST 424 — Gender in Latin America
HIST 542 — The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union
HIST 543 — Russian and Soviet Diplomatic History
HIST 562 — The Middle East and the United States: 1800 to the Present
HIST 573 — History of Traditional Chinese Thought
HIST 576 — Japan: The Military Tradition
HIST 577 — Consumer Culture in Modern East Asia

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management Courses

HRTM 190 — Special Topics: Mediterranean Cooking
HRTM 280 — Foundations of Tourism
HRTM 382 — Travel and Tourism Law
HRTM 537 — Multi-Cultural Dimensions of the Hospitality Industry
HRTM 565 — International Lodging Management
HRTM 580 — Adventure Travel Management
HRTM 597 — Global Travel and Tourism

Journalism Courses

JOUR 541 — International Mass Communications

Jewish Studies Courses

JSTU 381 — Jewish History: Late Antiquity to 1500 (RELG 381, HIST 383)
JSTU 382 — Jewish History II: 1500 to Present (HIST 384, RELG 382)
JSTU 387 — Jews and Muslims (RELG 387)
JSTU 492 — The Holocaust

Music Courses

MUSC 353 — History of Western Music I
MUSC 354 — HIstory of Western Music II
MUSC 455 — History of Western Music III
MUSC 555 — World Music

Philosophy Courses

PHIL 301 — Ancient Philosophy (CLAS 301)
PHIL 302 — Greek and Roman Philosophy After Aristotle (CLAS 302)
PHIL 303 — History of Medeival Philosophy
PHIL 304 — 17th and 18th Century Philosophy
PHIL 312 — Classical Origins of Western Medical Ethics (CLAS 360)
PHIL 313 — Between Magica and Method: Ancient Medicine (CLAS 361)
PHIL 501 — British Empiricism
PHIL 536 — Language and Interpretation in Contemporary European Philosophy
PHIL 573 — History of Traditional Chinese Thought (HIST 573)

Political Science Courses

POLI 101 — Introduction to Global Politics
POLI 103 — Controversies in the Politics of Global Regions
POLI 302 — Classical and Medieval Political Theory
POLI 315 — International Relations
POLI 316 — Comparative Politics
POLI 330 — International Organization
POLI 340 — The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy
POLI 341 — Contemporary United States Foreign Policy
POLI 342 — National Security Policies of the United States
POLI 380 — Comparative Politics of Developing Countries
POLI 381 — Comparative Politics of Industrialized Countries
POLI 383 — Genocide: A Comparative Perspective
POLI 416 — Revolution and Political Violence
POLI 417 — Theories of War in International Relations
POLI 420 — International Law
POLI 421 — Law and Contemporary International Problems
POLI 430 — Ideology and World Politics
POLI 432 — Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics
POLI 433 — Economic Aspects of International Politics
POLI 437 — International Relations of Latin America (LASP 451)
POLI 440 — Russian Foreign Policy
POLI 442 — Globalization and Security
POLI 443 — International Relations of East Asia and the Pacific
POLI 444 — International Relations in Japan
POLI 445 — Political Economy of Africa's Regions
POLI 446 — International Relations of Africa
POLI 447 — Foreign Policies of Selected Powers
POLI 448 — Politics and Government of China
POLI 449 — International Relations of the Middle East
POLI 480 — Politics and Government of Russia
POLI 481 — Politics and Governments of Europe
POLI 483 — Middle East Politics
POLI 487 — Politics and Governments of Africa
POLI 488 — Politics and Governments of Latin America (LASP 351)
POLI 489 — Politics and Government of Japan

Religion Courses

RELG 101 — Exploring Religions
RELG 110 — Introduction to Religious Studies
RELG 203 — Comparative Religion
RELG 261 — Global Human Religiosity
RELG 270 — Religion and the Arts
RELG 301 — Old Testament
RELG 336 — Liberation Theology
RELG 338 — Sociology of Religion
RELG 351 — Religions of South Asia
RELG 352 — Religions of East Asia
RELG 354 — Islamic Institutions and Traditions
RELG 355 — Introduction to Hinduism
RELG 356 — Introduction to Buddhism
RELG 357 — Introduction to Islam
RELG 358 — The Qur'an and Hadith
RELG 359 — Islamic Theology and Philosophical Thought
RELG 367 — Sufism
RELG 369 — Islamic Law
RELG 373 — Literature and Film of the Holocaust
RELG 375 — Religion and Culture
RELG 376 — Holy Women (WGST 376)
RELG 381 — Jewish History: Late Antiquity to 1500 (JSTU 381, HIST 383)
RELG 382 — Jewish History II: 1500 to Present (JSTU 382, HIST 384)
RELG 387 — Jews and Muslims (JSTU 387)
RELG 471 — Interfaith Dialogues in the 21st Century
RELG 515 — Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures (ANTH 515)

Retailing Courses

RETL 115 — Fashion from 3000 B.C.
RETL 485 — Multi-National Retail

Russian Courses

RUSS 280 — Introduction to Russian Civilization
RUSS 319 — Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature in Translation
RUSS 320 — Twentieth-Century Russian Literature in Translation

Sociology Courses

SOCY 102 — Human Societies: An Introduction to Macrosociology
SOCY 301 — Sex and Gender
SOCY 315 — Global Population Issues
SOCY 512 — Internal and International Migration

Social Work Courses

SOWK 306 — Social Work in Other Nations
SOWK 307 — International Social Work and Social Justice

Speech Courses

SPCH 471 — Rhetoric and the Ancient Roots of Modern Life (ENGL 471, CLAS 471)

Sport and Entertainment Management Courses

SPTE 570 — Topics: Global Sports

Theatre Courses

THEA 181 — Shakespeare in Performance
THEA 369 — Japanese Culture and Society Through Theatre (JAPA 351)

Women and Gender Studies Courses

WGST 111 — Women in Culture
WGST 112 — Women in Society
WGST 210 — Human Life Cycles in Different Cultures
WGST 300 — Sex and Gender
WGST 320 — Sexutlity and Gender in Ancient Greece (CLAS 320)
WGST 321 — Sexuality, Gender, and Power in Ancient Rome (CLAS 321)
WGST 335 — Women in China (CHIN 335)
WGST 351 — The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective (ANTH 351)
WGST 376 — Holy Women (RELG 376)
WGST 379 — Women in Modern Europe (HIST 379)
WGST 381 — Gender and Globalization (ANTH 381)

Language options

Students selecting foreign language courses to meet the six credit-hour internationalization requirement should take all six credit hours in the same language in courses above the introductory level.

Available languages:

  • Arabic 
  • Chinese 
  • French 
  • German 
  • Hebrew 
  • Italian 
  • Japanese 
  • Korean 
  • Portuguese 
  • Russian 
  • Spanish 
  • Swahili 
Arabic Courses 

ARAB 201 — Intermediate Arabic
ARAB 202 — Intermediate Arabic
ARAB 280 Introduction to Modern Arab Culture
ARAB 301 — Advanced Arabic Language I
ARAB 302 — Advanced Arabic Language II
ARAB 310 — Conversational Arabic
ARAB 315 — Intensive Readings in Arabic
ARAB 320 — Introduction to Modern Arab Literature in Translation
ARAB 398 — Selected Topics
ARAB 399 — Independent Study

Chinese Courses

CHIN 221 — Intermediate Mandarin Chinese (not accepted toward Chinese Studies minor)
CHIN 222 — Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II
CHIN 240 — Chinese Culture, Tradition and Modern Societies
CHIN 321 — Advanced Intermediate Mandarin Chinese I
CHIN 322 — Advanced Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II
CHIN 335 — Women in China
CHIN 341 — Modern Chinese Literature
CHIN 398 — Selected Topics
CHIN 399 — Independent Study

French Courses

FREN 209 — Reading and Written Expression
FREN 210 — Oral Communication
FREN 290 — French Literature in Translation
FREN 295 — Topics in French Culture
FREN 300 — French Phonetics
FREN 309 — Reading French Texts
FREN 310 — Advanced Oral Communication
FREN 311 — French Composition
FREN 316 — Introduction to Business French
FREN 330 — The French Theatre Experience
FREN 350 — French Language Study in France
FREN 397 — The French Film Experience
FREN 398 — Selected Topics in French and Francophone Culture
FREN 399 — Independent Study 
FREN 400 — La Civilisation française
FREN 416 — Advanced Business French
FREN 450 — Topics in Literature
FREN 451 — French Literature and Culture Before 1800
FREN 452 — French Literature and Culture After 1800
FREN 453 — Francophone Literatures and Cultures
FREN 501 — La France Contemporaine
FREN 510 — L'Actualite Francaise
FREN 511 — Techniques of Literary Analysis
FREN 515 — Advanced French Stylistics
FREN 516 — French Phonology
FREN 517 — French Linguistics
FREN 595 — Selected Topics in French
SCHC 363 — Proseminar in French (with permission)
SCHC 463 — Proseminar in French (with permission)

German Courses

GERM 210 — Intermediate German
GERM 211 — Intermediate German
GERM 216 — Intermediate German for Business and Other Professions through the Internet
GERM 310 — German Conversation
GERM 311 — German Conversation and Composition
GERM 316 — Advanced German for Business and Other Professions I
GERM 320 — German Kabarett Production
GERM 333 — Study of German Abroad
GERM 340 — Readings in German Literature
GERM 398 — Selected Topics
GERM 410 — Advanced German Grammar
GERM 411 — Advanced Language Practice in German
GERM 416 — Advanced German for Business and Other Professions II
GERM 420 — Medieval German Literature and Culture
GERM 430 — German Enlightenment and its Countercurrents
GERM 440 — German Literature and Culture from 1800-1871
GERM 450 — German Literature from 1871-1945
GERM 460 — Post-War and Contemporary German Literature
GERM 500 — Survey of German Culture
GERM 510 — Advanced German Grammar
GERM 515 — Introduction to German Linguistics (LING 503)
GERM 516 — History of the German Language (LING 733)
GERM 517 — Introduction to the Germanic Languages (LING 533)
GERM 518 — German Sociolinguistics (LING 548)
GERM 580 — Topics in German Film
GERM 598 — Selected Topics in German

Hebrew Courses

HEBR 201 — Intermediate Hebrew
HEBR 202 — Intermediate Hebrew
HEBR 310 — Conversation and Composition
HEBR 398 — Selected Topics
HEBR 399 — Independent Study

Italian Courses

ITAL 221 — Intermediate Proficiency in Italian I
ITAL 222 — Intermediate Proficiency in Italian II
ITAL 309 — Vocabulary Building in Italian
ITAL 310 — Italian Conversation
ITAL 311 — Writing in Italian
ITAL 312 — Italian-English Translation Skills
ITAL 350 — Advanced Italian Study Abroad
ITAL 398 — Selected Topics
ITAL 399 — Independent Study
ITAL 400 — Contemporary Italian Civilization
ITAL 404 — Twentieth Century Italian Literature
ITAL 405 — The Italian Love Lyric
ITAL 406 — Business Readings in Italian
ITAL 407 — Advanced Conversation and Composition
ITAL 411 —Italian Literature in Translation
ITAL 412 — Post-World War II Italian Cinema
ITAL 499 — Senior Project
ITAL 516 — Practical Italian Phonetics
ITAL 560 — Independent Studies in Italian Literature
ITAL 561 — Independent Studies in Italian Literature

Japanese Courses

JAPA 221 — Intermediate Japanese I
JAPA 222 — Intermediate Japanese II
JAPA 223 — Accelerated Intermediate Japanese
JAPA 240 — Introduction to Japanese Culture
JAPA 321 — Advanced Japanese I
JAPA 322 — Advanced Japanese II
JAPA 323 — Accelerated Advanced Japanese
JAPA 331 — Japanese for Business I
JAPA 332 — Japanese for Business II
JAPA 340 — Introduction to Japanese Culture and Literature
JAPA 341 — Modern Japanese Literature
JAPA 350 — Japanese Culture and Society through Film
JAPA 351 — Japanese Culture and Society through Theatre
JAPA 353 — Japanese Culture and Society through Animation
JAPA 398 — Selected Topics
JAPA 399 — Independent Study
JAPA 421 — Advanced Japanese III
JAPA 422 — Advanced Japanese IV
JAPA 500 — Japanese Language in Society (taught in English)

Korean Courses

KORE 221 — Intermediate Korean I
KORE 222 — Intermediate Korean II

Portuguese Courses

PORT 201 — Intermediate Portuguese
PORT 202 — Intermediate Portuguese
PORT 299 — Accelerated Portuguese for Speakers of Spanish
PORT 309 — Advanced Conversation and Composition I
PORT 325 — The Brazilian Modern Short Story
PORT 398 — Selected Portuguese Topics
PORT 399 — Independent Study

Russian Courses

RUSS 201 — Intermediate Russian I
RUSS 202 — Intermediate Russian II
RUSS 280 — Introduction to Russian Civilization
RUSS 298 — Selected Topics
RUSS 301 — Russian Conversation and Composition I
RUSS 302 — Russian Conversation and Composition II
RUSS 319 — Nineteenth Century Russian Literature in Translation
RUSS 398 — Selected Topics
RUSS 399 — Independent Study
RUSS 401 — Advanced Russian I
RUSS 402 — Advanced Russian II
RUSS 598 — Selected Topics in Russian

Spanish Courses

SPAN 209 — Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 210 — Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 211 — Intensive Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 220 — Selected Works of Hispanic Literature in English Translation
SPAN 300 — Service Learning in Spanish
SPAN 301 — Service Learning in Spanish
SPAN 305 — Working with Hispanic Clients
SPAN 307 — Advanced Oral Practice
SPAN 309 — Advanced Spanish I
SPAN 310 — Advanced Spanish II
SPAN 311 — Spanish for Heritage Speakers
SPAN 312 — Introduction to Reading Spanish Literary Texts
SPAN 316 — Business Spanish
SPAN 317 — Spanish Phonetics and Pronunciation
SPAN 350 — Spanish Language Abroad
SPAN 375 — Topics in Hispanic Cultures and Literatures
SPAN 380 — Hispanic Film and Culture
SPAN 398 — Selected Topics
SPAN 399 — Independent Study
SPAN 400 — Spanish Civilization
SPAN 401 — Spanish American Civilization
SPAN 404 — Literary Tendencies and Masterpieces of Spain
SPAN 405 — Literary Tendencies and Masterpieces of Spanish America
SPAN 409 — Introduction to Stylistics in Spanish
SPAN 410 — Advanced Oral Communication for the Professions
SPAN 417 — Advanced Spanish for Business and the Professions
SPAN 500 — Contemporary Spain
SPAN 501 — Contemporary Spanish America
SPAN 512 — Advanced Writing and Research in Spanish Language Studies
SPAN 513 — Introduction to Professional and Technical Translation
SPAN 515 — Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
SPAN 516 — The Structure of Modern Spanish
SPAN 517 — Contrastive English-Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
SPAN 518 — Introduction to Spanish Medieval Literature
SPAN 524 — Renaissance and Golden Age Literature
SPAN 534 — Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature
SPAN 538 — Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature
SPAN 541 — Colonial Spanish-American Literature to Neoclassicism
SPAN 543 — Spanish-American Literature from the Independence through Modernism
SPAN 550 — Advanced Language Study Abroad
SPAN 555 — Spanish-American Literature from Modernism Through 1960
SPAN 557 — Contemporary Spanish-American Literature

Swahili Courses

SWAH 201 — Intermediate Swahili
SWAH 202 — Intermediate Swahili
SWAH 399 — Independent Study