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«CLAS College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Jeremy Teitelbaum, Ph.D., Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dipak K. Dey, Ph.D., Associate Dean, ...»

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a. Community immersion project (combination of Independent Study LLAS 3999, Field Work LLAS 4212, or service-learning courses that involve Latino American community) b. Urban Semester with Latino Studies focus (INTD 3584 and INTD 3594 or 3590, the internship itself); additional credits can count as related courses, or towards the capstone) c. Study abroad courses or internship in Latin American or Caribbean Studies

3. Capstone project: LLAS 4994W or comprehensive project through Urban Semester (3 credits) Elective Courses (9 credits) Elective courses must have a LLAS designation, and must fall within content area of chosen concentration, either Latino or Latin American Studies.

Related Courses (12 credits) Language Requirement. Intermediate proficiency in a language spoken in Latin America is required for students focusing in Latin America, and proficiency in Spanish is strongly suggested for students focusing on Latinos in the United

States. Proficiency can be demonstrated in one of the ways below:

 Take at least one 3000-level or above course in literature, culture, film or the arts in the target language  Pass equivalent language exam  Requirement waived for native speakers.

Education Abroad. While study abroad is not mandatory, we strongly encourage all Latino and Latin American Studies majors to spend at least a semester in Latin America or the Caribbean. For further information on academic programs in the region, contact El Instituto or the Education Abroad Office.

Information literacy and writing in the major competencies will be satisfied by completion of the core courses LLAS 2011W and LLAS 4994W.

Minors in Latin American Studies and Latino Studies are described in the “Minors” section.

Linguistics The Department of Linguistics offers two joint majors, one together with the Department of Philosophy in Linguistics and Philosophy, and the other with the Department of Psychology in Linguistics and Psychology. For either major, a minimum of four courses (twelve credits) at the 2000-level or above from each department is required.

CLAS For the Linguistics and Philosophy joint major, required linguistics courses are LING 3110, 3410Q, and at least two additional LING courses at the 2000-level or above; and required philosophy courses are PHIL 3241 and at least three additional PHIL courses at the 2000-level or above. For this joint major, exit requirements for computer technology and information literacy will be satisfied by passing LING 3110. The exit requirement for writing in the major will be satisfied by passing any W course in LING or PHIL at the 2000-level or above that has been approved by the student’s advisor for inclusion in the plan of study.

For the Linguistics and Psychology joint major, specifically required linguistics courses are: LING 2010Q and 3110, and at least two out of the other 2000-level or above linguistics courses; and specifically required psychology courses are: PSYC 2100Q or 2100WQ and 3500, and at least two out of PSYC 2400, 2500, 2501, 3501, 3550W, and 3552. All students in the Linguistics/Psychology Major are strongly encouraged to take LING 5010/PSYC 5500 in their senior year. A minimum of four courses (12 credits) at the 2000-level or above from each department is required. For this joint major, exit requirements for computer technology and information literacy will be satisfied by passing LING 3110. The exit requirement for writing in the major will be satisfied by passing any W course in LING or PSYC at the 2000-level or above that has been approved by the student’s advisor for inclusion in the plan of study.

A minor in Linguistics is described in the “Minors” section.

Other students interested in Linguistics should consider forming their major group from the courses in another field, and using courses in linguistics for their related group, as described under “Field of Concentration,” item 1.

Literatures, Cultures and Languages The Department of Literatures, Cultures and Languages offers courses in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish, Classical Languages (Ancient Greek, Latin, and Biblical Hebrew) and selected critical languages.

Students may major in Chinese Studies, Classical and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, French and Francophone Studies, German Studies, Italian Literary and Cultural Studies, and Spanish Studies. A student may double major in two of the above majors. Students will gain knowledge of the Literature, Culture, and applied Language skills that are required for teaching, business, diplomatic or governmental work, and research in graduate or undergraduate study of the culture and literature that is associated with these languages.

Education Abroad is required (or strongly encouraged, please see descriptions) for the majors in modern languages for at least one semester or approved equivalents. The department sponsors University of Connecticut programs in France;

Italy; Spain; Germany; and Tianjin, China. Many other programs are available in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe through Education Abroad. Such coursework is normally most valuable during the junior year, but qualified sophomores and seniors are also eligible Students interested in Education Abroad should consult with their advisors.

Courses numbered in the 2000-level or above are open to freshmen and sophomores if they meet the prerequisites for the course. In the modern languages coursework is conducted in the foreign language unless otherwise indicated.





Minors: The Department of Literatures, Cultures and Languages offers minors in Classical and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Chinese, French, German, Italian Cultural Studies, Italian Literary Studies, and Spanish Studies. Related minors in European Studies, Judaic Studies, Latin American Studies, Latino Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies may be of interest to students. Please see the “Minors” section of this Catalog.

Chinese The Chinese major requires a minimum of 36 credits in courses at the 2000- level or above, including 24 credits in Chinese and 12 credits of related courses from programs other than Chinese. A minimum of 12 major credits must consist of Chinese courses taken in residence. Only 6 may be transfer credits. AP credits may not be used toward the major.

Chinese majors must complete a minimum of twelve courses:

A. Four language courses from the following: CHIN 3210, 3211, 3220,3240, 3260, or another CHIN course approved by the advisor B. Four content courses from the following: CHIN 3230, 3260, 3270, 3271, 3282, or another CHIN course approved by the advisor C. Four related courses from the following: HIST 3822, 3832, 3863, HIST/AASI 3808, 3809; HIST 3530/AASI 3578; POLS 3245, PHIL 3264, AASI 3201, 3220, 3221; AASI/ENGL 3212, SOCI 2827, DRAM 2131 or any other related courses from programs other than Chinese, with the advisor’s consent.

Enrollment in an Education Abroad program in a Chinese-speaking country or region is required for all Chinese majors.

CLAS With the advisor’s consent, any of the above courses may be replaced by an appropriate CHIN 3293 course from study abroad programs.

Up to 12 credits taken in study abroad programs may count toward the major.

Students can enroll in either UConn-sponsored or non-UConn-sponsored programs. In either case, students must consult with the advisor to determine which courses will receive credits.

To satisfy the Information Literacy Competency and Writing in the major requirements, all students must take a W course as specified by the advisor.

A minor in Chinese is described in the “Minors” section.

Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies The major in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies allows students to pursue an interest in the Greek, Latin, and Ancient Hebrew/Biblical world. Students may choose to pursue a traditional, language-oriented (Greek or Latin) concentration in Classics or a concentration in Ancient Mediterranean Studies. Students who concentrate in Classics may take courses in Ancient Mediterranean Studies in addition to their language and literature requirements. Those who concentrate in Ancient Mediterranean Studies may also pursue some relevant language study (Greek, Latin, or Biblical Hebrew). Either concentration will lead to a major in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies.

Concentration in Classics

Students must complete a minimum of 8 courses from the following:

A. At least two courses involving reading in Greek and/or Latin: CAMS 3101, 3102, 3232, 3293*, 3295*, 3298*, 3299*. (CAMS 3101 and 3102 are topics courses, which may be retaken for credit with a change in subject matter.) B. At least one writing course on Classical literature in English translation: CAMS 3241W, 3242W.

Commented [HM50]: CAMS 3214 archived (5 C. At least two other courses dealing with the ancient world: CAMS 3207, 3208, 3211, 3212, 3213, 3214, 3221, 3224, 3225, 3226, 3227, 3243, 3244, 3245, 3250, 3251, 3252, 3253, 3254, 3255, 3256, 3257, 3293*, YR) 3295*, 3298*, 3299*. (These may be cross-listed under Art History, History, Hebrew and Judaic Studies, Commented [HM51]: CAMS 3252 archived (5 and Philosophy). HEJS 3201 and INTD 3260 may also be included. YR); cross listed ARTH 3150 still active *May count toward major only with consent of advisor.

To satisfy the writing in the major and information literacy competencies, all students must take CAMS 3241W or 3242W.

Concentration in Ancient Mediterranean Studies

Students must complete a minimum of 8 courses from the following:

A. At least one writing course on Classical literature in English translation: CAMS 3241W, 3242W.

B. At least six other courses dealing with the ancient world: CAMS 3101, 3102, 3207, 3208, 3211, 3212, 3213, Commented [HM52]: CAMS 3214 archived (5 3214, 3221, 3224, 3225, 3226, 3227, 3243, 3244, 3245, 3250, 3251, 3252, 3253, 3254, 3255, 3256, 3257, 3293*, 3295*, 3298*, 3299*. (These may be cross-listed under Art History, History, Judaic Studies, and YR) Philosophy.) HEJS 3201 and INTD 3260 may also be included. (CAMS 3101 and 3102 are topics courses, Commented [HM53]: CAMS 3252 archived (5 which may be retaken for credit with a change in subject matter.) YR); cross listed ARTH 3150 still active *May count toward major only with consent of advisor.

To satisfy the writing in the major and information literacy competencies, all students must take CAMS 3241W or 3242W.

A minor in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies is described in the “Minors” section.

French The French major requires a minimum of 30 credits in 2000-level or above French courses and 12 credits in 2000-level or above “related courses” from departments other than French. All majors must complete the following courses: FREN 3211, 3261W, 3262W, 3268W, 3269 and 3257. Students may follow the French for the Global Community track or the French Cultural and Literary Studies track.

French majors pursuing the French for the Global Community track must complete 12 credits, distributed as follows:

Commented [HM54]: FREN 3273 archived FREN 3215, 3216 or 3222; FREN 3217; FREN 3218 or 3273; FREN 3224 or 3274 CLAS

French majors pursuing the French Cultural and Literary Studies track must complete 12 credits, distributed as follows:

Commented [HM55]: FREN 3232 & 3273 arFREN 3210, 3223 or 3224; FREN 3218, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3234, 3235, or 3273; FREN 3220, 3221 or 3222; FREN 3272 chived (5 YR) Study abroad in our Paris program is required for all French majors. Any of the above courses may be replaced, with advisor approval, by an appropriate FREN 3293 course from study abroad in Paris.

Education Abroad in Paris French majors must complete at least a semester in the Education Abroad program in a Francophone culture. Students participating in the Paris program attend the University of Paris, and may earn a full academic year’s credit at the University of Connecticut and a maximum of 15 credits toward the major in French. The department encourages interdisciplinary work in this program, and wishes students to take courses in other disciplines wherever possible.

To satisfy the writing in the major and information literacy requirements, all majors must take FREN 3261W, 3262W, and 3268W.

A minor in French is described in the “Minors” section.



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