Course Descriptions

Upper Division

MODL 1200 American English Pronunciation (3)

The purpose to this course is to enable individuals to improve their English pronunciation. This course is not designed toteach grammar or vocabulary. It has been created for people who want to be more clearly understood in their professional and personal conversations.

MODL 2100 Literature in Translation (3)

Studies of foreign-language literature in translation and examination of the impact of foreign works on modern thought and various cultures. Taught in English. May be repeated with different course content.

MODL 2300 World Cultures (3)

An examination of the music, arts, literature, folklore, customs, institutions, and peoples of diverse world cultures. Taught in English. May be repeated with different course content.

Upper Division

MODL 3700 Special Topics in Languages (3)

Thematic studies of topics in modern or classical languages. Taught in English. May be repeated with different course content.

MODL 3850 Independent Study (3)

Designed to meet the needs of students wishing to do work in classical and other languages not normally offered by CSUB. Study on an individual basis under the guidance of an instructor. May be taken on successive levels. Prerequisite: Consent of chair.