LLAC Courses in the MU Core Curriculum

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Major Courses

Writing Intensive

  • ARBC 3200: Culture and Civilization of the Middle East (also ESSV2)
  • ARBC 3210: Arabic Literature in English Translation
  • ARBC 3220: Arab and Muslim Women in the United States (also ESSV2) 
  • FREN 4270: French Holocaust Writings in English Translation (also Basic Needs and Justice in Discovery Tier)  
  • FREN 4280: Creative Writing in French 
  • GRMN 3500: The Modern German Short Story 
  • GRMN 3505: The Modern German Short Story in English 
  • SPAN 3005: Advanced Communication for Heritage Speakers
  • SPAN 3500: Introduction to Literary Analysis in Spanish 
  • SPAN 3505: Introduction to Literary Analysis for Heritage and Native Speakers
  • SPAN 4700: Creative Writing in Spanish 

ESSV1

  • SPAN 3300: Peoples and Cultures of Spain 
  • SPAN 3310: Peoples and Cultures of Latin America 

ESSV2

  • ARBC 3200: Culture and Civilization of the Middle East (also Writing Intensive) 
  • ARBC 3220: Arab and Muslim Women in the U.S. (also Writing Intensive) 
  • CHNS 3215: Chinese Cuisine and Culture 
  • GRMN 3550: German Reunification: The Collision of Two Worlds 
  • GRMN 3540: Heckling Hitler
  • LLAC 1010: Working Without Borders (also Crossing Boundaries)
  • LLAC 2220: Cultures and Foodways (also Crossing Boundaries)
  • LLAC 2250: Language and Social Justice 

Discovery Tier Courses

Basic Needs and Justice

  • FREN 4330: Francophone Studies in Human Rights
  • FREN 4270: French Holocaust Writings in English Translation (also Writing Intensive)
  • SPAN 1020: Beginning Spanish for Health Care 1
  • SPAN 3710: Introduction to Spanish for Health Care

Cognition, Memory and Intelligence

  • FREN 3120: French Phonetics 
  • FREN 4251: Vincent Van Gogh and the Literary Tableau
  • LLAC 2210: Understanding World Cinema and TV Series 
  • SPAN 4110: Structure of Spanish
  • SPAN 4120: Spanish Phonetics
  • SPAN 4130: Spanish Pragmatics: Language Use in Context 
  • SPAN 4140: Spanish Second Language Acquisition

Crossing Boundaries: The Movement of People, Goods and Ideas

  • CHNS 3200: Chinese Culture and Civilization 
  • CHNS 3210: Chinese Cuisine and Culture 
  • CHNS 3300: Chinese Society 
  • CHNS 3700: Chinese Business Culture 
  • CLAS 3220: Indo-European Culture and Religion 
  • FREN 4360: Postcolonial Francophone African Cinema in English
  • ITAL 3200: Italian Culture and Civilization 
  • LLAC 1010: for Crossing Boundaries (also ESSV2) 
  • LLAC 2220: Foodways and Cultures (also ESSV2) 
  • SPAN 3215: Latin American and Latinx Women Writers in Translation 
  • SPAN 3700: Introduction to Business Spanish
  • SPAN 4150: Spanish in the U.S. (also ESSV 2)
  • SPAN 4320: Latin American and Latinx Contemporary Issues
  • Span 4400: US Latinx Literatures

Expanding Horizons

  • CLAS 3025: Classical Mythology 
  • FREN 4230: Francophone Art or Film: Western 
  • FREN 4260: French Existentialism 
  • SPAN 3505: Introduction to Literary Analysis in Spanish for Heritage and Native Speakers (also Writing Intensive) 

Individuals and Communities

  • CHNS 3230: Chinawood: Chinese Film and Culture
  • CLAS 3215: How to Be a Cynic: Life According to Nature 
  • French 4340: Francophone Studies in Gender and Sexuality: French Feminism
  • GRMN 3550: German Reunification: The Collision of Two Worlds (also ESSV2) 
  • GRMN 3540: Heckling Hitler (also ESSV2) 
  • GRMN 3570: Berlin: Capital of Europe
  • ITAL 3210 Literary and Filmic Representation of Mafia and Anti-Mafia 
  • SPAN 3500 Introduction to Literary Analysis in Spanish
  • SPAN 3520 Hispanic Studies: Latin America and Latinx 
  • SPAN 4400 US Latinx Literatures

Unsolved Mysteries: Exploring Our Role in the Universe

  • Class 3025 Mythology
  • French 4320 Francophone Critical Theories: Existentialism
  • Span 3505 Introduction to Literary Analysis for Heritage and Native Speakers

 

For full course descriptions and prerequisites for these core courses, please visit the Marquette Undergraduate Bulletin.