Graduate Course Catalog

Foreign Language

FL 501 – Spanish 1

  • Course Number: FL 501
  • Department: Foreign Language
  • Units: 4
  • Level: Graduate

The primary goal of Spanish 1 and 2 is to enable students to become conversational in native Spanish. Students will learn at least 730 words and be able to use them in conversation. They will also be able to read basic Spanish. This is not a writing course; however, the study of basic grammar will enable the student to form sentences in Spanish.

FL 502 – Spanish 2

  • Course Number: FL 502
  • Department: Foreign Language
  • Units: 4
  • Level: Graduate

The primary goal of Spanish 1 and 2 is to enable students to become conversational in native Spanish. Students will learn at least 730 words and be able to use them in conversation. They will also be able to read basic Spanish. This is not a writing course; however, the study of basic grammar will enable the student to form sentences in Spanish.

FL 505 – Portuguese 1

  • Course Number: FL 505
  • Department: Foreign Language
  • Units: 4
  • Level: Graduate

Portuguese is spoken by one fifth of the world’s population. The primary goal of this course is to enable students to become conversational in Portuguese. Students will learn around 950 words and be able to use them in conversation. They will also be able to read Portuguese. This course uses English grammatical concepts to show how Portuguese fits into those concepts. Studying grammar will enable the student to form sentences in Portuguese. The order of the material presented is similar to how a Brazilian child learns to speak.

FL 506 – Portuguese 2

  • Course Number: FL 506
  • Department: Foreign Language
  • Units: 4
  • Level: Graduate

Portuguese is spoken by one fifth of the world’s population. The primary goal of this course is to enable students to become conversational in Portuguese. Students will learn around 950 words and be able to use them in conversation. They will also be able to read Portuguese. This course uses English grammatical concepts to show how Portuguese fits into those concepts. Studying grammar will enable the student to form sentences in Portuguese. The order of the material presented is similar to how a Brazilian child learns to speak.