WORLD LANGUAGES AND STUDIES


Barbara Brousseau
Assistant Professor of French
bbrousseau@umobile.edu
251.442.2786

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Barbara Brousseau
Assistant Professor of French
bbrousseau@umobile.edu
251.442.2786

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Bachelor of Arts in World Languages and Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in World Languages and Studies gives students an opportunity to explore the world through proficiency in French or Spanish. Further study in literature, history, philosophy, government and law, and sociology provide a holistic experience, and prepares students for various study abroad opportunities. Students will be ready to pursue various career opportunities or graduate studies, both domestic and abroad.

Course Code Course Name Course Hours
World Languages – 12 credit hours World Languages – 12 credit hours 12
French Concentration – 9 credit hours from the following: French Concentration 9
FR 301 Advanced French Composition and Conversation I 3
FR 302 Advanced French Composition and Conversation II 3
FR 311 Introduction to France through History 3
FR 312 Introduction to French Literature and Culture 3
FR 333 Does God Speak French? 3
FR 397, 398, 497, 498 Study in Selected Topics and Travel Courses 1–6
Spanish Concentration – 9 credit hours from the following: Spanish Concentration – 9 credit hours from the following:
SP 301 Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation I 3
SP 302 Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation II 3
SP 311 Introduction to Spain and Latin America through History 3
SP 312 Introduction to Spanish Literature and Culture 3
SP 333 Does God Speak Spanish? 3
SP 397, 398, 497, 498 Study in Selected Topics and Travel Courses 16
Intercultural Studies – 3 credit hours Intercultural Studies – 3 credit hours
CST 303 Intercultural Foundations
Literature – 6 credit hours Literature – 6 credit hours
EN 478 Literature in Translation 3
EN 301 The Novel 3
EN 302 Lyric Poetry 3
EN 333 Christianity and Literature 3
EN 397, 398, 497, 498 Study in Selected Topics 1–6
EN 488 Interdisciplinary Seminar 3
History & Philosophy – 6 credit hours History & Philosophy – 6 credit hours
HI 340 Studies in Non-Western History 3
HI 310 Readings in Modern European History 3
HI 330 American Diplomacy, 1763-1898 3
HI 331 American Diplomacy Since 1898 3
HI 414  Group Conflict: Prudent Reactions to 20th Century Genocide 3
HI 397, 398, 497, 498 Study in Selected Topics and Travel Courses 1–6
PY 310 World Religions 3
Government and Law & Sociology – 6 credit hours Government and Law & Sociology – 6 credit hours
GL 115 World Politics 3
GL 315 International Relations  3
GL 300 Current Global Issues 3
SA 202 Introduction to Sociology 3
SA 203 Modern Social Problems 3
SA 430 Current Issues 3
GL or SA 397, 398, 497, 498 Study in Selected Topics and Travel Courses 1–6
Capstone Course – 3 credit hours Capstone Course – 3 credit hours
FR or SP 490 Capstone 3