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[College of Arts and Sciences]

DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES AND CLASSICS (CL, FR, GN, GR, IT, LA, RUS, AND SP)

Professor Barbara Godorecci,
Office: 200 B. B. Comer Hall

Chairperson

Classics (CL), Greek (GR), Latin (LA)

Courses in Greek and Latin provide instruction in these ancient languages; courses in classics deal with the civilization and history of ancient Greece and Rome and require no knowledge of the Greek or Latin language. All classics, Greek, and Latin courses are open to freshman students who can meet any prerequisites that may be noted in the course listings. Major programs are offered with concentrations in Greek, Latin, or classical civilization; minors are offered with concentrations in Greek and Latin.

Placement. LA 101 is open only to students who have no prior high-school or college study of Latin or who have fewer than two high-school units of Latin. Students with fewer than two high-school units of Latin who wish to continue the study of that language are not required to take the Latin Placement Examination; they will be placed in LA 101. LA 102 is open only to students who have completed LA 101 or who have two or more high-school units of Latin and place in LA 102 based on the Latin placement examination. Students with two or more high-school units of Latin are required to take the Latin placement examination; they will be placed in LA 102 or a higher-level Latin course based on their placement examination score.

Successful completion of LA 101 and LA 102 (or LA 102) fulfills the foreign language (FL) requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Students with two high-school units of Latin who take the Latin placement examination and score at a level for placement in LA 201 or a higher-level Latin course fulfill the FL requirement of the core curriculum upon successful completion of the course into which they are placed; they may qualify for college credit equivalent to lower-level Latin courses (see "College Credit Options" below).

College credit options. Students placed in LA 201 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for LA 102 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students placed in LA 202 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for LA 102 (3 hours, grade of "Pass") and LA 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students similarly placed in LA 301 or a higher-level Latin course who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for LA 102 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), LA 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), and LA 202 (3 hours, grade of "Pass").

Requirements for the major. The major requires 33 hours of Greek, Latin, and classics, as specified below.

In all concentrations, a minimum of 12 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Requirements for the minor. The minor requires 18 hours, to include 6 hours of college Greek or Latin or 3 hours of each; CL 385; CL 130 or CL 386; other Greek, Latin, or classics courses (or approved courses outside the department but related to classical culture, for example PHL 201 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy) to total at least 18 hours. If the minor concentration is in Latin, the student must take 9 hours in Latin courses or LA 301 or LA 302. If the minor concentration is in Greek, the student must take GR 201. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

A Suggested Sequence of Courses for the Classics Major
 
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
LA 1011 3 LA 1021 3
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH6 3-4 Fine arts4 3
Natural science 4 Natural science 4
History4 3 History or social and behavioral sciences4 3
___ ___
16-17 16
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
LA 2011 3 LA 2021 3
EN 225 3 EN 226 or EN 227 3
Humanities4 3 Social and behavioral sciences4 3
Minor 3 Minor 3
Social and behavioral sciences4 3 Elective 3
___ ___
15 15
 
JUNIOR YEAR5
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
LA 3011 3 LA 3021 3
CL 3862 3 Minor 3
Minor 3 Electives 9
Electives 6 ___
___ 15
15
 
SENIOR YEAR5
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
LA 4901 3 LA 4901 3
GR 1013 3 GR 1023 3
Minor 3-6 Minor 3-6
Writing course 3 Writing course 3
Electives 3-6 Electives 3-6
___ ___
15-18 15-18
 
Total: At least 120


1Assuming a concentration in Latin; if one chooses a concentration in Greek, simply substitute GR for LA in course designations.
2Substitute CL 385 if concentration is in Greek.
3For Greek concentration substitute LA.
4A maximum of 6 hours in any one department may be applied to the humanities, literature, and fine arts (HU, L, FA) and history and social and behavioral sciences (HI, SB) requirements.
5Six hours in courses designated W must be included in the junior or senior year. A minimum of 36 hours in 300- and 400-level courses, including 12 hours in the major and 6 hours in the minor, must be completed on this campus.
6MATH course number is determined by placement. MATH 110 or higher is required.

Chinese Minor (CHI)

Professor Ronald R. Robel, Director
Offices: 200 B. B. Comer Hall

Requirements for the minor in Chinese language. The minor in Chinese requires 20 hours including CHI 101, CHI 102, CHI 201, CHI 202, and either CHI 301 and CHI 302, or CHI 401 and CHI 402. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Critical Languages Center

Professor Ronald R. Robel, Director
Offices: 200 B. B. Comer Hall

The Critical Languages Center currently offers instruction in two foreign languages (Chinese and Japanese) in the traditional classroom-instruction format. In addition, the center provides instruction in a variety of other languages in a nontraditional format that involves self-instruction. Currently those languages are Arabic, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, modern Greek, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Sanskrit, Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, and Vietnamese. The University of Alabama is a member of the National Association of Self-Instructional Language Programs, and can thus provide the opportunity to study almost any major language spoken in the world today. There are two restrictions:

The self-instructional approach to language learning relies on the use of tapes (to replace the classroom instructor), texts, and tutors. Tutors are primarily responsible for conducting regular drill sessions. For those languages that do not use the Roman alphabet, tutors are also responsible for introducing the written script. At the end of each semester, outside examiners are invited to the campus to administer final oral examinations for determining course grades. Each student has a private final oral examination.

The Critical Languages Center offers four years of classroom instruction in both Chinese and Japanese language. Students may minor in either of these languages.

Testing for language proficiency. The Critical Languages Center does not administer standardized examinations for testing language proficiency. However, the center may accommodate a student wishing to have his or her proficiency in a language tested, under the following conditions:

Fees are charged for proficiency examinations. Contact the director of the Critical Languages Center for current charges.

French (FR)

Placement. FR 101 is open to students who have no prior high-school or college study of French, who have fewer than two high-school units of French, or who have departmental approval. Students with fewer than two high-school units of French who wish to continue the study of that language are not required to take the French Placement Examination; they will be placed in FR 101. FR 102 is open only to students who have completed FR 101 at The University of Alabama with a grade of "C" or better, or with departmental approval. Students with transfer credit equivalent to FR 101 will ordinarily be placed in FR 103 or, with departmental approval, in FR 102. FR 103 (an intensive review of elementary French) is open to students who have two or more high-school units of French or transfer credit equivalent to FR 101. Students entering the University with two or more high-school units of French will ordinarily be placed in FR 103 unless they take the French Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in FR 201 or a higher-level French course.

Successful completion of FR 101 and FR 102 (or FR 103) fulfills the foreign language (FL) requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Students with two high-school units of French who take the French Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in FR 201 or a higher-level French course fulfill the FL requirement of the core curriculum upon successful completion of the course into which they are placed; they may qualify for college credit equivalent to lower-level French courses (see "College Credit Options" below).

Students with native competency in French and bilingual American students are placed individually by an adviser from the French faculty. Individuals with native competency may not enroll in French conversation (FR 321) or any other courses below the level of FR 322.

College credit options. Students placed in FR 201 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for FR 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students placed in FR 202 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for FR 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass") and FR 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students similarly placed in a 300- or 400-level French course who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for FR 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"), FR 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), and FR 202 (3 hours, grade of "Pass").

Requirements for the major in French. The French major requires 30 hours in French courses numbered 300 or above. A common core of 15 hours is required for both the major and the minor. The core consists of FR 321 French Conversation, FR 322 Advanced French Grammar, FR 323 Advanced French Composition, FR 331 or FR 431 Civilization or Contemporary Civilization, and FR 421 Pronunciation and Phonetics. A minimum of 12 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

In addition to the core, the French major with an emphasis on language and civilization requires FR 461 French Linguistics, FR 470 Undergraduate Seminar in Linguistics or Civilization, and at least 9 hours of French electives. The French major with an emphasis on literature requires, in addition to the core courses, FR 341 or FR 351 Survey of French Literature, FR 470 Undergraduate Seminar in Literature, and at least 9 hours of French electives.

Students may major in French (College of Arts and Sciences) and international business (Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration). Requirements for the double major are multiple and vary slightly from the standard major. Interested students are encouraged to see their advisers, either in A&S or in C&BA, at the beginning of their college careers.

Requirements for the minor in French. The French minor requires 21 hours numbered 200 or above, including the following: FR 321 French Conversation, FR 322 Advanced French Grammar, FR 323 Advanced French Composition, FR 331 or FR 431 Civilization or Contemporary Civilization, and FR 421 Pronunciation and Phonetics. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

A Suggested Sequence of Courses for the French Major
 
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
FR 101 4 FR 102 4
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH3 3-4 History1 3
Natural science 4 Natural science 4
Elective 1-3 Elective 1-3
___ ___
15-17 15-17
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
FR 201 3 FR 202 3
EN 225 3 EN 226 or EN 227 3
Humanities1 3 Social and behavioral sciences1 3
Social and behavioral sciences1 3 Minor 3
Minor 3 Fine arts1 3
___ ___
15 15
 
JUNIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
FR 321 3 FR 323 3
FR 322 3 FR 331 3
Minor 3 Minor 3
History or social and behavioral sciences1 3 Writing course 3
Elective 3 Elective 3
___ ___
15 15
 
SENIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
FR 341, FR 351, or FR 461 3 FR 421 3
French electives 6 FR 470 3
Minor 3 French elective 3
Writing course 3 Minor 3-6
___ Elective 3
15 ___
15-18
 
Total: At least 120


1A maximum of 6 hours in any one department may be applied to the humanities, literature, and fine arts (HU, L, FA) and history and social and behavioral sciences (HI, SB) requirements.
2Six hours in courses designated W must be included in the junior or senior year. A minimum of 36 hours in 300- and 400-level courses, including 12 hours in the major and 6 hours in the minor, must be completed on this campus.
3MATH course number is determined by placement. MATH 110 or higher is required.

German (GN)

Placement. GN 101 and GN 111 are open only to students who have no prior high-school or college study of German or who have fewer than two high-school units of German. Students with fewer than two high-school units of German who wish to continue the study of German are not required to take the placement examination; they will be placed in GN 101. GN 102 is open only to students who have completed GN 101 with a grade of "C" or better and to students with two or more high-school units of German who have been placed in GN 102. Students with two or more high-school units of German must take the placement examination and will be placed in GN 102 or a higher course based on their placement examination scores.

Successful completion of GN 101 and GN 102, GN 102, or GN 111 fulfills the foreign language requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Students with two high-school units of German who take the German Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in GN 201 or a higher-level course fulfill the FL requirement of the core curriculum upon successful completion of the course into which they are placed; they may qualify for college credit equivalent to lower-level German courses (see "College Credit Options" below).

College credit options. Students placed in GN 201 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for GN 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students placed in GN 202 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for GN 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass") and GN 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students similarly placed in a 300- or 400-level German course who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for GN 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"), GN 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), and GN 202 (3 hours, grade of "Pass").

Requirements for the major in German. Each student selects one of the following tracks. For all tracks, a minimum of 12 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus. German electives must be numbered 250 or higher. With departmental approval, appropriate coursework from other departments may count for the major. Study abroad is strongly encouraged for all tracks.

Students may double major in German and business (Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration). Requirements for the double major are multiple and differ from the standard major. Interested students are encouraged to contact their advisers at the beginning of their college careers.

Requirements for the minor in German. The minor in German requires 21-23 hours in one of the following sequences:

In either sequence, a minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

A major or minor in German may be applied toward the Alabama Class B Secondary Professional Teaching Certificate (see p. 114).

A Suggested Sequence of Courses for the German Major
 
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
GN 101 4 GN 102 4
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH3 3 Fine arts1 3
History1 (HY 101 recommended) 3 History or social and behavioral sciences1 (HY 102 recommended) 3
Natural science 4 Natural science 4
___ ___
14-17 17
 
(Alternate Sequence for)
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
GN 111 6 GN 112 6
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH3 3 History or social and behavioral sciences1 (HY 102 recommended) 3
History1 (HY 101 recommended) 3 Natural science 4
Natural science 4 ___
___ 17
16
 
(Math and fine arts would be scheduled during the sophomore year.)
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
GN 201 3 GN 202 3
EN 225 3 EN 226 or EN 227 3
Social and behavioral sciences1 3 Social and behavioral sciences1 3
Minor 3 Minor 3
Humanities1 3 Elective 3
___ ___
15 15
 
JUNIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
GN 361 3 GN 372 3
GN 371 3 HY 355 3
HY 354 3 Minor 3
GY 246 3 Electives 6-9
Minor 3 ___
___ 15-18
15
 
SENIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
GN 403 3 German electives, 300 or 400 level 6
Minor 3-6 Minor 3-6
Electives 9 Electives 6-9
___ ___
15-18 15-18
 
Total: At least 120


1A maximum of 6 hours in any one department may be applied to the humanities, literature, and fine arts (HU, L, FA) and history and social and behavioral sciences (HI, SB) requirements.
2Six hours in courses designated W must be included in the junior or senior year. A minimum of 36 hours in 300- and 400-level courses, including 12 hours in the major and 6 hours in the minor, must be completed on this campus.
3MATH course number is determined by placement. MATH 110 or higher is required.

Italian Minor (IT)

Requirements for the minor in Italian. The department offers a 20-hour minor in Italian. Required courses in the minor are IT 101, IT 102, IT 201, IT 202, and 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Japanese Minor (JA)

Professor Ronald R. Robel, Director
Office: 200 B. B. Comer Hall

Requirements for the minor in Japanese language. The minor in Japanese requires 20 hours, including JA 101, JA 102, JA 201, JA 202, JA 301, and JA 302, or JA 410 and JA 411. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Russian (RUS)

Placement. RUS 101 and RUS 111 are open only to students who have no prior high-school or college study of Russian or who have fewer than two high-school units of Russian. Students with fewer than two high-school units of Russian who wish to continue the study of Russian are not required to take the placement examination; they will be placed in RUS 101. RUS 102 is open only to students who have completed RUS 101 with a grade of "C" or better and to students with two or more high-school units of Russian who have been placed in RUS 102. Students with two or more high-school units of Russian must take the placement examination and will be placed in RUS 102 or a higher course based on their placement examination scores.

Successful completion of RUS 101 and RUS 102, RUS 102, or RUS 111 fulfills the foreign language requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Students with two high-school units of Russian who take the Russian Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in RUS 201 or a higher-level course fulfill the FL requirement of the core curriculum upon successful completion of the course into which they are placed; they may qualify for college credit equivalent to lower-level Russian courses (see "College Credit Options" below).

College credit options. Students placed in RUS 201 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for RUS 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students placed in RUS 202 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for RUS 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass") and RUS 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students similarly placed in a 300- or 400-level Russian course who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for RUS 102 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"), RUS 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), and RUS 202 (3 hours, grade of "Pass").

Requirements for the major in Russian. The major in Russian requires a minimum of 33-35 hours in one of three tracks, as follows:

All students in any of the three tracks are strongly encouraged to participate in a study abroad program. In each of the tracks, a minimum of 12 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Effective fall semester 1998, students may major in Russian (College of Arts and Sciences) and international business (Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration). Requirements for the double major are multiple and vary slightly from the standard major. Interested students are encouraged to see their advisers, either in A&S or in C&BA, at the beginning of their college careers.

Requirements for the minor in Russian. The minor in Russian requires 20-21 hours in one of the following sequences:

A Suggested Sequence of Courses for the Russian Major
 
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
RUS 101 4 RUS 102 4
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH3 3-4 Fine arts1 3
History1 (HY 101 recommended) 3 History or social and behavioral sciences1 (HY 102 recommended) 3
Natural science 4 Natural science 4
___ ___
17-18 17
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
RUS 201 3 RUS 202 3
EN 225 3 EN 226 or EN 227 3
Social and behavioral sciences1 3 GY 349 3
Minor 3 Social and behavioral sciences1 3
Humanities1 3 Minor 3
___ ___
15 15
 
JUNIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
RUS 223 3 RUS 224 3
RUS 251 or RUS 252 3 RUS 310 or RUS 362 3
RUS 309 or RUS 361 3 HY 362 3
HY 361 3 Minor 3
Minor 3 Elective 3
___ ___
15 15
 
SENIOR YEAR2
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
Russian elective, 300 or 400 level 3 RUS 251 or RUS 252 3
Minor 3-6 Russian elective, 400 level 3
Electives 3-6 Minor 3-6
___ Electives 3-6
15 ___
15
 
Total: At least 120


1A maximum of 6 hours in any one department may be applied to the humanities, literature, and fine arts (HU, L, FA) and history and social and behavioral sciences (HI, SB) requirements.
2Six hours in courses designated W must be included in the junior or senior year. A minimum of 36 hours in 300- and 400-level courses, including 12 hours in the major and 6 hours in the minor, must be completed on this campus.
3MATH course number is determined by placement. MATH 110 or higher is required.

Spanish (SP)

Placement. SP 101 is open to students who have no prior high-school or college study of Spanish or who have fewer than two high-school units of Spanish. Students with fewer than two high-school units of Spanish who wish to continue the study of that language are not required to take the Spanish Placement Examination; they will be placed in SP 101. SP 102 is open only to students who have completed SP 101 at The University of Alabama with a grade of "C" or better. Students with transfer credit equivalent to SP 101 will be placed in SP 103. SP 103 (an intensive review of elementary Spanish) is open to students who have two or more high-school units of Spanish or who have transfer credit equivalent to SP 101. Students entering the University with two or more high-school units of Spanish will ordinarily be placed in SP 103 unless they take the Spanish Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in SP 201 or a higher-level Spanish course.

Successful completion of SP 101 and SP 102 (or SP 103) fulfills the foreign language (FL) requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Students with two high-school units of Spanish who take the Spanish Placement Examination and score at a level for placement in SP 201 or a higher-level Spanish course fulfill the FL requirement of the core curriculum upon successful completion of the course into which they are placed; they may qualify for college credit equivalent to lower-level Spanish courses (see "College Credit Options" below).

Students with native competency in Spanish and bilingual American students will be placed individually by an adviser from the Spanish faculty. Individuals with native competency may not enroll in Spanish courses below the level of SP 356.

College credit options. Students placed in SP 201 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for SP 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students placed in SP 202 on the basis of high-school study and placement examination scores who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for SP 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass") and SP 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"). Students similarly placed in a 300- or 400-level Spanish course who earn a minimum grade of "C" will upon written petition be granted credit for SP 103 (4 hours, grade of "Pass"), SP 201 (3 hours, grade of "Pass"), and SP 202 (3 hours, grade of "Pass").

Requirements for the major in Spanish. The Spanish major requires 27 semester hours in courses numbered 300 or above, including SP 353; SP 356; SP 364 or SP 366; 6 hours selected from SP 371, SP 372, SP 375, and SP 376; SP 491 and one additional course at the 400-level. A minimum of 12 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

Students may major in Spanish (College of Arts and Sciences) and international business (Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration). Requirements for the double major are multiple and vary slightly from the standard major. Interested students are encouraged to see their advisers, either in A&S or in C&BA, at the beginning of their college careers.

Requirements for the minor in Spanish. The Spanish minor requires 15 semester hours in courses numbered 300 or above, including SP 353, SP 356, and SP 364 or SP 366. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus.

A Suggested Sequence of Courses for the Spanish Major
 
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
SP 101 4 SP 102 4
EN 101 3 EN 102 3
MATH3 3-4 History1 3
Natural science 4 Natural science 4
___ ___
14-15 14
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
SP 201 3 SP 202 3
EN 225 3 EN 226 or EN 227 3
Social and behavioral sciences1 3 Social and behavioral sciences1 3
Humanities1 3 Fine arts1 3
Minor 3 Minor 3
___ ___
15 15
 
JUNIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
SP 353 3 SP 356 3
SP 364, SP 371, or SP 375 3 SP 366, SP 372, or SP 376 3
Minor 3 Minor 3
History or social and behavioral sciences1 3 Writing course 3
Elective 3 Elective 3
___ ___
15 15
 
SENIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Course Hours Course Hours
SP 491 3 Spanish 400-level elective 3
Spanish electives 3-6 Spanish electives 3-6
Minor 3-6 Minor 3-6
Electives 1-6 Electives 1-6
___ ___
16-18 16-18
 
Total: At least 120


1A maximum of 6 hours in any one department may be applied to the humanities, literature, and fine arts (HU, L, FA) and history and social and behavioral sciences (HI, SB) requirements.
2Six hours in courses designated W must be included in the junior or senior year. A minimum of 36 hours in 300- and 400-level courses, including 12 hours in the major and 6 hours in the minor, must be completed on this campus.
3MATH course number is determined by placement. MATH 110 or higher is required.

Graduate programs. The Department of Modern Languages and Classics offers programs leading to the master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees. The requirements are listed in the University of Alabama graduate catalog.

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