Complete listings and descriptions of language and linguistics courses are available under the following departments: East Asian Languages and Cultures (for Chinese and Japanese courses); Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture (for German and Russian courses); Spanish and French Studies (for Spanish, French, and Linguistics courses).
Chinese: 5 courses: CHIN202 and above (only one of which may be a course taught in English)
French: 5 courses: FREN202 and four courses numbered 300 and above. FREN490 is recommended.
German: 5 courses: GERM202 and above (two of which may be in related areas such as history, art history, politics, language learning/linguistics). Participation in at least one of the GERM370 seminars is required.
Japanese: 5 courses: JAPN202 and above (only one of which may be course taught in English)
Linguistics: 5 courses: Ling 301; a second course in linguistics; one semester of a foreign language from one of the following categories: 1) Greek or Latin, 2) Spanish or French, 3) German or Russian, 4) Arabic, Chinese, or Japanese (the course must be in addition to and in a different category from the language used to fulfill the Core language requirement); and two additional courses with a language focus (such as one more foreign language course, another course in linguistics, Cognitive Science 330, Philosophy 370, or Education 205). Ling 301 must be taken before the senior year.
Russian: 5 courses: RUSS202 and above (two of which may be in related areas such as history, art history, language learning/linguistics)
Spanish: 5 courses: Spanish 202 or 211 plus four courses numbered 300 and above. Two of these four courses must be in either literature or linguistics. One must be numbered 340 or above. Only one course may be taken in English.