Courses

  • CLTR-1101 Study Abroad Seminar-Europe

    This course is required for students participating in the Summer or Fall European Study Programs. Students conduct initial research on the countries they will visit as part of the program and complete the necessary pre-departure preparation. This course is normally offered in the spring semester

  • CLTR-1103 English Conversation

    An intermediate course in the English language for non-speakers. The course includes a review of basic English grammar, readings in the language, pronunciation drills and conversation. It is open only to international students participating in the Language and Culture Institute. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • CLTR-1201 Study Abroad Seminar-Pacific Rim

    This course is required for students participating in the Pacific Rim Study Program. Students conduct initial research on the countries they will visit as part of the program and complete the necessary pre-departure preparation. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • CLTR-1203 American Culture

    An intermediate course in American culture for non-native speakers. Emphasis may vary (literature, art, history, etc.) according to the instructor teaching the course. It is open only to international students participating in the Language and Culture Institute. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • CLTR-1301 Study Abroad Seminar - Latin America

    This course is required for students participating in the Latin American study program. Students conduct initial research on the countries they will visit as part of the program and complete the necessary pre-departure preparation. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • CLTR-2103 Language and Culture-Europe

    A study of conversational German and European culture for students on the Fall European Studies program. Not applicable for degree language requirements. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • CLTR-2913 Western Arts and Culture

    An analysis of the confluent events and expressions - historical, political, religious, philosophical, literary, artistic, and scientific - that shaped Western art, culture, and values. Important connections, interrelationships, and conversations among key texts, artistic works, historical events and interacting cultures. This course Is normally offered in the fall semester.