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Modern Language and Literature

Study Abroad

Opportunities for study abroad are offered by the department. Some courses have a study abroad component, while others meet entirely outside of the United States.

There are study abroad opportunities to enhance the language learning experience --taught either entirely abroad or with a travelling component-- as well as experiential learning in classes that meet on campus.

 

COURSE OFFERINGS IN THE DEPARTMENT (in alphabetical order):

The Department of Literature, Language, Writing, and Philosophy offers languages courses at all levels, taught in the target language, as well as a selection of literature and culture courses.

ARAB 1001 --Beginning arabic I
ARAB 1002 --Beginning Arabic II
ARAB 2506 --Arab Culture and Civilization

FREN 1001 --Beginning French I
FREN 1002 --Beginning French II
FREN 1013 --Beginning French III
FREN 2003 --French Conversation I
FREN 2004 --French Conversation II
FREN 3007 --French Culture and Civilization
FREN 3008 --French Film
FREN 3502 --French Translation
FREN 3551 --Topics in French Literature I
FREN 3552 --Topics in French Literature II
FREN 3666 --Witches and Warlocks in the Western World (taught in English)

GERM 1001 --Beginning German I
GERM 1002 --Beginning German II
GERM 2003 --German Conversation I
GERM 2004 --German Conversation II
GERM 3007 --German Culture and Civilization

ITAL 1001 --Beginning Italian I
ITAL 1002 --Beginning Italian II
ITAL 1013 --Beginning Italian III
ITAL 2003 --Italian Conversation I
ITAL 2004 --Italian Conversation II
ITAL 3004 --Italian Film (taught in English)
ITAL 3007 --Italian Culture and Civilization (taught in English)
ITAL 3053 --Creating a Nation (Romanticism, Opera, Realism) (taught in English)
ITAL 3055 --The Italian-American Experience (taught in English)
ITAL 3502 --Italian Translation

JAPN 1001 --Beginning Japanese I
JAPN 1002 --Beginning Japanese II
JAPN 2003 --Japanese Conversation I
JAPN 2004 --Japanese Conversation II
JAPN 2506 --Japanese Culture and Civilization
JAPN 2507 --Japanese Politics

LANG 1001 --American Sign Language I
LANG 1002 --American Sign Language II

SPAN 1001 --Beginning Spanish I
SPAN 1002 --Beginning Spanish II
SPAN 1013 --Beginning Spanish III
SPAN 1011 --Spanish Language and Culture I
SPAN 1012 --Spanish Language and Culture II
SPAN 1100 --Spanish for Global Business I
SPAN 1200 --Spanish for Global Business II
SPAN 2003 --Spanish Conversation I
SPAN 2004 --Spanish Conversation II
SPAN 2504 --Spanish Art and Its Influence in the Americas
SPAN 2505 --The Spanish-Speaking World
SPAN 2506 --Spanish Culture and Civilization (taught in English)
SPAN 2507 --Latin American Culture and Civilization (taught in English)
SPAN 3015 --Hispanic Identities: Myths and Realities
SPAN 3016 --Latin American Classics and Their Film Versions
SPAN 3410 --Spanish Culture and Civilization
SPAN 3411 --Latin American Culture and Civilization
SPAN 3462 --Topics in Hispanic Poetry
SPAN 3463 --The Hispanic Essay
SPAN 3480 --Spanish Classics on Film
SPAN 3510 --Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
SPAN 3501 --Spanish for Business
SPAN 3502 --Spanish Translation
SPAN 3503 --The Short Story in Spanish
SPAN 3551 --Topics in Spanish Literature I
SPAN 3552 --Topics in Spanish Literature II
SPAN 3561 --Topics in Latin American Literature I
SPAN 3562 --Topics in Latin American Literature II
SPAN 3601 --Spanish Syntax I
SPAN 3602 --Spanish Syntax II
SPAN 4005 --Latin American Women Writers
SPAN 4999 --Senior Thesis Seminar

 

Contact:

Odysseus Makridis, Ph.D.
Department Chair
Tel: 973-443-8096
makridis@fdu.edu

Literature, Language, Writing, and Philosophy Department
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Ave - M-MS3-01
Madison, NJ 07940


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Office Location
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