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( ollege: 0-6

I oreign I anguage Intermediate Level 1 1 1

Major: 36

Required Courses:

Two literary surve) courses from the following: 6cr

ENGL 210. 211. 212. 213. 22(-
One writing course from ENGL 220, 221. 222 3cr

One language course from ENGL 203. 313. »2* 3cr

Capstone course: ENGL 484 3cr

One English Studies Pre-Law required course 1 NGL265 3cr

< ontrolled Electives in English/Pre-Law: (2) I8cr

Two courses in persuasion: ENGL 3 1 ! and cither

1 \GL 321 or 310
( >nc w riling course from the follow ing: ENGL 220. 22 1 .

222. 325. <2<>. 327, 422
One course focusing on language, cultural power, and

interpretation, from the following: ENGI 508, 536,

544, 34S. 350. 385. 396, 4<><>
Iwo courses with ENGL prefix except ENGL 100. 101.

121. or 202

Other Requirements: Pre-Law Interdisciplinary Track 12-21

Seven courses, including al least one from each of six areas

Business \< ( I 201. \( ( I 202. Bl AW 235

Criminology (KIM 210, 215, 255

Economics. ECON 121. 122. 532

History: II1SI 520, 321, 346

Philosophy: PHIL 101. 110. 222. 450

Political S, ience: PLSC 358. 359. 361

Free Electives: (3) 4-14

Total Degree Requirements: 120

I I ) Intermediate-level I oreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
electives

(2 l An internship with a law linn, public agency, or legislative office
grcatK strengthens law school applications



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Bachelor of Science in Education-English Education (*)



English Honors Track



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Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 48

with the following specifications:

Humanities-Literature: FNGL 1 22

Mathematics: dcr, MATH 101 or higher ( 1 1

Natural Science: Option I recommended (Option II also

permitted hut will exceed credit limit)

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: Oct

College: 0-6

Foreign Language Intermediate Level (2)

College: 29

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology 3cr

EDSP 102 Educational Psychology 3cr

Professional Education Sequence:
EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Secondary Settings 2cr

EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design and

Interpretation of Educational Measures 3cr

I DIC 242 Pre-Srudent Teaching Clinical Experience I ler

EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II ler

EDUC441 Student Teaching 12cr

EDUC 442 School Lau ler

EDUC 452 Teaching of English and Communication m

the Secondary School 3cr

Major: 40

Required Courses:

ENGL 212 American Literature: Beginnings to 1900 3cr

ENGL 220 Advanced Composition I 3cr
ENGL 314 Speech and Communication in the Secondary

English Classroom 3cr

ENGL 318 Literature for Adolescents 3cr
ENGL 323 Teaching Literature and Reading in the

Secondary School 3cr

ENGL 324 Teaching and Evaluating Writing 3cr

ENGL 329 The History of the English Language ler

ENGL 330 The Structure of English 3cr

ENGL 426 ESL Methods and Materials 3cr

ENGL 434 Shakespeare 3cr
Controlled Electives: (3)

Choose one Film Studies Track course 3cr

Choose one British Literature Survey course: ENGL 210. 21 I 3cr

Choose one Literary, Textual, and Cultural Studies Track course 3cr

Choose one general English elective (any Track) 3cr

Total Degree Requirements: 123

(*) See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Stcp
Process for Teacher Education," in the College of Education and
Educational Technology section of this catalog

( 1 ) The second MATH course is a teacher certification requirement and
counts as Liberal Studies credits lor Mathematics.

(2) If a student is able to be exempted from this requirement, an additional
6cr of free electives are necessary. Students u itli no pre\ ious foreign
language background, or those who lack proficiency, will need to take
the entry-level courses, which will increase the total number of credits
required for the degree.

(3) One of the controlled elective courses musi be a non-western course;
this requirement is separate from and in addition to the non-western
Liberal Studies requirement.



Prerequisites: Declared major in English, completion ol I NGI 101.
122, and 202; I5cr in the major, including al leasl two survej courses;
and permission of English honors track program committee

Required Courses:

i\di )so II Distinction in English Seminar lei

I1NRC499 Honors Senior Synthesis *cr < 1 1
6cr in any combination of the following options

ENGL 483 II Honors Thesis in English 0-6cr

Any H-designated I nglish course 0-6cr (2t

( 1 ) Credits for I INRC 499 arc counted in the Liberal Studies Synthesis
requirement.

(2) If dcr of H-designated coursework is the option chosen, then one of
those H-designated courses must be 300- or 400-level.



Department of French and German

Website: www.iup.edu french-german

Charles R. McCrcarv, Chairperson; Dassier. Sullivan. YVallacrt.
Witthoeft; and professors emeriti Fisel, Jones. Ready, Whitmer

The Department of French and German offers a varied curriculum designed
to provide not only basic language instruction but also the more advanced
competencies needed by language specialists and students hoping to take
advantage of an international study experience

French

For the French major, the department has three degree programs: the B.A.
degree with a major in French, the B.A. degree with a major in French for
International Trade, and the B.S.Ed, degree with a major in French
Education ( K- 12). The degree program in French for International Trade

prov ides the solid undergraduate training preparatory to an MB \ in
International Marketing and Finance.

Students majoring in French will acquire proficienc) in all phases of
language and enter more deeply into the history, culture, and literature of
Francophone countries. They will also gain knowledge of the linguistic
development of the language throughout the centuries. French majors
generally find employment in government work, librarianship, journalism,
foreign trade, airlines, tourism, business, and teaching. Students choosing
careers as teachers will find the close supervision and advanced methodol-
ogy offered by the department a distinct asset

College Language Requirements

Students in the College ol Humanities ami Social Sciences must pass the
intermediate sequence ol a foreign language (in French, FRNC 201 20
2(H) or demonstrate thai thej have somehow acquired the equivalent
proficiency level. Students from the other colleges in.iv choose to take
French (FRNC 201-202 or the accelerated 203) to fulfill a Liberal Studies
elective An) student who chooses French has an option to enroll m the
traditional 3-credits-per-semester courses oi the accelerated 6-credil track

Placement/Exemption

I he student with no previous French study will take FRNC 101 (4cr) as a
prerequisite Students with previous trench sludv will be placed into the

appropriate course level b> means of a written departmental exam
administered in the summer tor entering freshmen and during the first week

of the Semestei tor othei students No Student judged to be a native speaker
of French will he allowed to enroll in any course below the 100 level, with
the exception ol FRN< 254.

Study Abroad-Nancy, France

[UP has established a sludv abroad ccntci m Nancy, I ranee Ml majors are

encouraged to participate in the Sludv Abroad Program, especiall) those
seeking (he lnlcnialion.il li.idc degree Students have an option to partici-
pate in a full-vc.ii oi one-semester (spring) program \ six-week summer

session has also been mUWi\ to the options available Nonmajors niav be

accepted into an) ol the programs and, unless the) have advanced profi-



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i icm y, musl entei ih. i ourscs offered in the < "i» i pom eiran

n ourscs foi I oreign Students) \ll foreign program credits arc evaluated by
Ibc depurtmcni .is transfet credits I oi furthei information about >.osi and
application procedures, contact the French and German Departmonl

French Honors Program

I Ik- honors program is open by departmental permission to I rench majors
smiIi .1 minimum < - s cumulative GPAanda 1.25 GPA in French courses
Fo apply, students musl have al least 5 ' credits earned and musl submit two
letters ol reference from I rench faculty members and .i two page sell
statement describing the student's academic and careei goals

Students complete I RNt 483 II . one literature course from I RNt 101 oi
above; diss 489 (a multidisciptinary colloquium emphasizing problem
solving, discussion, reading, and writing on .i topic oi theme); and IIMU
499, which fulfills the l iberal Studies Synthesis requiremenl Students must
earn al leasi .i grade of H in each course completed foi the honors track

K> determine how honors track courses will be integrated into existing
requirements foi the I rench majors, students should consul) their advisors

Internships

Ilk- Department ol I rench and German, through contacts with certain
I rench companies and through in affiliation with the ICN (Jnstiiui
Commen. ml de Mam \ i. is able to place interns in Paris and othei sites in
I ranee rhe internship (generall) 6 to 12 credits) is viewed as a highly
desirable culminating experience following study in Nancy. Foi information,
contact the department at least six months in advance.

Bachelor of Arts-French

liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section N )

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: Jci

liberal Studies I lecrJves: 9cr, no courses with FRNC prefix

College:

I oreign I anguage i included in major)

Major: J6

Required (nurses:

I RNi 202 College French B 3cr

FRNC 254 Civilization of Modern France 3cr

I rnc 331 Intermediate French Conversation 3cr

I RNc 34 1 I rench Grammar 3cr

FRNC353 Intermediate French Composition lei

FRNC 370 Introduction to French Literature Jcr

IR\( 573 I rench Civilization 3cr
FRNC 575 French I iterature from Medieval through

nteentb Century 3cr
I RNC 376 French Literature from 1 ighteenth through

Twentieth Centurj 3cr

FRNC 44 1 Advanced French Grammar Jcr
Controlled Electfves:

One course from the following: FRNC 431, 432, 460, 4(0. 463 3cr

Any other 3cr from FRNC 2^ and above (or study abroad) 3cr

Free Kleeti\es: 31

Total Degree Requirements: 120



Bachelor of Arts-French for International Trade






Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: Jcr, except MATH 217

Social Science: ECON 121, I'LSC 101, PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electfves: 9cr, BTED/COS( II MCI HI.

ECON 122, MATH 214, no course with FRN( prefix

College:

foreign Language I included in major)



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120



Major

Id quit i cl < Mill srs

nchll
I RN( 254 ( iviltzatjon ol Modern France
I RNi in Intermediate French Conversation t».r

I RNi I i in.li ( ii.iiiuii.il

I RNt J53 Intermediate French Composition

I RNt 154 Business French

I RNi ) 'ii Introduction to I rench I iterature

I RNt J7 1 I rench < ivilization

I RNt 441 Advanced French Grammai

( ontrolled I lectlves: ( 1 1

one course from I RNi Ur

luo.uldiiion.il I RNt electives (advanced levels) 6ci

other Requirements:
Business Sequence: (2 i

\( ( I 201 Accounting Principles I

\i i I 202 Accounting Principles II Jcr

HI \\\ 235 Legal Environment of Business Jci

nisi J21 Business and Interpersonal Communications 'cr

1 IN HO Fundamentals of Finance 3cr
\Hi\ll *lo Principles of Management 3cr
\KAll 150 International Business 3cr
\IKKi 120 Principles ot Marketing Vr

Free I lecrJves:

lotal Degree Requirements:

( I ) Most students earn additional language credits (up to IS| in semester
or year abroad programs

1 2 1 Students not majoring in business may count a maximum ol JOcr in
business coursework toward the 1 2()cr-dcgrcc minimum Business

credits in excess of JO will be permuted only as credits beyond the 120
required for graduation

Bachelor of Science in Education-K-12 French Education

Hie following additional requirements lor k-I2 I rench Education in the
Admission to Teacher Education and Certification Process are required

Please see the remainder ol the requirements for all B.S. Education majors
in the "3-Step Process for leachcr I ducation" in the College of Education
and Educational fechnology section of this catalog.

Mid-Program Review

During the semester when 60 credits arc completed (including the comple-
tion ol I l)l ( 242 with a "C" or better), students must meet the following
departmental requirements

I. Successfully complete an essay m English i Hopic: I oreign Language

Education) Students read a recent article dealing with innovations in
teaching and are asked to respond to certain issues in light of their
coursework and clinical experience while attending II I'

2 Demonstrate Intermediate-Mid or higher level of oral proficiency in
French in a departmental advisory individual Oral Proficiency Interview
(At 111 )

; Satisfactorily complete an interview in Lnghsh with the French/German

Education ( OOrdinator and one cooperating teacher in order to assess
ahilitx to interact with others on a professional level.
4 Have a minimum GPA in I rench of 3.0.

Admission to Student Teaching

1 Demonstrate \d\anccd-Low or higher level of oral proficiency in
French in an individual Oral Proficiency Interview i ACT! L) to be
completed instead ol the Praxis || d rench Content Knowledge) Exam,

2 Demonstrate Advanccd-Lovi or higher level of written proficiency in

I rench in an individual Writing Proficiency rest i u 111) to be com-
pleted instead of the Praxis II (French: Content Knowledge) Lxam.

3. Ha\e a minimum GPA in French of 3.0.

4. Earn a grade of C or higher in EDUC 44 1.



INDl \\ \ I mm rmi\ oi PENNSYLVANIA L'NDERCiRADl Ml ( VTALOG 2009-2010



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Bachelor of Science in Education-K-1 2 French Education (*)



French Honors Track



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Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: 3cr. MAUI I0I or higher

Social Science: ANTH HO. PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with FRNC prefix.

one additional MATH course ( I I

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM 103 Digital Instructional Teehnology

EDSP 102 Educational Psychology

Professional Education Sequence:

EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Secondary Settings
EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design

and Interpretation of Educational Measures
EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I
EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II
EDUC 441 Student Teaching
EDUC 442 School Law
EDUC 453 Teaching of Foreign Languages in the

Secondary School



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3cr
3cr



2cr

3cr
lcr

Icr

12cr

lcr

3cr (2)



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Major:

Required Courses:

FRNC 202 College French II

FRNC 33 1 Intermediate French Conversation

FRNC 341 French Grammar

FRNC 353 Intermediate French Composition

FRNC 370 Introduction to French Literature

I RM 373 French Civilization

FRNC 390 Teaching Elementary School Content in

French and German
FRNC 432 French Phonetics and Phonology
FRNC 44 1 Advanced French Grammar

Controlled Electives:
Any other 9cr from FRNC 253 and above

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

(*) See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Step

Process for Teacher Education." in the College of Education and

Educational Technology section of this catalog.
I 1 ) Students who do not wish to select a MATH course under the Liberal

Studies Electives must still take a second MATH course in order to

fulfill the state certification requirement.
( 2 ) EDUC 453 is offered only in fall semester.



3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr

3cr
3cr
3cr

9cr



120



Minor-French

Required Courses:

FRNC 201 College French I

FRNC 202 College French II

FRNC 33 1 Intermediate French Conversation

FRNC 341 French Grammar

FRNC 353 Intermediate French Composition

I KM '370 Introduction to French Literature

Controlled Elective:

One course from: FRNC 253, 373, 575, $76, 431. 432



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3cr

3cr

HI

Jci

3c r
3cr

3cr



Prerequisites: Declared majoi in French, completion of al least 57cr.

and permission o\ department honors committee

Required Courses:

CHSS4X9/H/ Honors Colloquium 3cr

FRNC483/H Honors Thesis in French 3cr

FINRC499 Honors Senior Synthesis *cr

I K\( \\.\ One additional literature elective from

FRNC "H and above 3cr

( 1 1 Credits foi HNR< 499 are counted in the Liberal Studies Synthesis
requirement.



German

For the German major, the department has three degree programs: the B.A.
degree with a major in German, the B.A. degree w ith a major in German for
International Trade, and the B.S. in Education degree with a major in
Secondary German Education.

While majoring in German, students will acquire proficiency in all phases of
the language and develop an understanding and appreciation of the history,
culture, and literature of the German-speaking countries. They vvill also gain
knowledge of the linguistic development of the language throughout the
centuries. German majors may look forward to rewarding careers in
teaching, government, journalism, foreign trade, tourism, business, and
librarianship.

The degree program in German for International Trade provides an excel-
lent way to combine language proficiency and cultural awareness in German
with professional training in business With this undergraduate background.
students may enter MBA degree programs and pursue careers in interna-
tional business and trade. Study abroad for one or two semesters is strongly
urged and is an integral part of the program. Qualified students may also
choose to participate in internship programs with German-based corpora-
tions and financial institutions.

College Language Requirements

Students in the departments of the College of Humanities and Social Sci-
ences must pass the intermediate sequence of a foreign language i( iKM\
251 and 252) or demonstrate by the CI IP exam in German that the) have
acquired the equivalent proficiency level. Students from other colleges mav
elect to take two courses in German at the intermediate (111 IV) level
toward fulfilling the requirement for Liberal Studies electives \nv student
who chooses German can meet the requirement through enrollment in the
traditional 3-credil courses or in the combined 6-credit courses

Study Abroad

The department encourages all students who stud) German at II I' to con-
sider stud) abroad for one or two semesters German majors are strong!)
urged to stud) two semesters or one academic year at a German university.
lo provide this opportunity at a relatively tnodesl cost, the university has
arranged an exchange of students between Duisburg University and IIP Bv
participating in this or other approved programs, students can earn from 12
to 14 credits per semester. I 01 information regarding the cost and applica-
tion procedures, contact the office oi the dean Ol the College of Humani-
ties and Social Sciences

Minor in German

Students completing is credits beyond (iRM\ 152 will be recognized as
having minored in German. Nine of the 12 credits must be taken al the J00
level with onlv 3 credits from the conversation sequence GRMN 221. 222.
121. 322 This achievement will be noted on the student's transcript and
thus provide more career flexibility



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Bachelor of Arts-German

I Iberal Studies: Vs outlined in I ibcral Studies section
»iili ihe Following specifications

Mathematics: lei

I Ibcral Studies l lectlves: 9cr, no courses with GRMN prefix



( oil cue:

I oreign I anguage i included in majoi i



Majoi






)6


Required c


mil lei






ORMN22I


( onversation III


2ct




QRMN


( onversation l\


2cr




GRMN25I


i ierman III


let




GRMN252


l icllll.lll l\ 1 1 1


let




GRMN (21


Advanced i onversation 1


Icr




GRMN 122


\.K anced ( onversation II


lei




GRMN >SI


Advanced t ierman I anguage 1


3cr




GRMN 152


advanced German 1 anguage II


3cr




GRMN 161


Development ol German ( ulture and








1 iterature I


3cr




GRMN 162


Development of German t ulture and








1 iterature II


3cr




( on r rolled


Electives:






Othei GRMN electives (advanced levels)


1 2cr


(2)


Free 1 lectlves:




31


Iota! Di'nn


■e Requirements:




120



(2) Department recommends at least one additional literature course
((iRMN >63-3^l ) and one linguistics course (GRMN 410 or in
( Ierman) >



Bachelor of Arts-German for International Trade

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: Icr, an) I iberal Studies Mathematics

course except MATH 21"

Social Science: ECON 121

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, BTED/COSC IFMG 101,

ECON 122, MATH 214. no courses with GRMN prefix

College:

Foreign Language I included in major)

Major:
Required Courses:

GRMN 221 Conversation III 2cr

GRMN 222 Conversation IV 2cr

GRMN 251 German IE 3cr

GRMN 252 GennaniV 3cr
GRMN 253 Intermediate Composition and Conversation 3cr

GRMN 254 Business German Jcr

GRMN 321 Advanced Conversation I Icr

GRMN 122 Advanced ( onversation II Icr

GRMN 351 Advanced German Language! 3cr

GRMN 352 Ad\ anced ( ierman Language II lei
GRMN 361 Development of (ierman Culture and

Literature I 3cr
GRMN 162 Development of German Culture and

Literature II 3cr
Controlled Electives:

T«o additional (iRMN electives (advanced levels) 6cr 1 1 1



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Other Requirements:

Business Sequence: (2)

U ( I 201 Accounting Principles I

ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II



BLAW 23 i ;al I nvironmenl ol Bu ii

It I s i Busini and Interpersonal ( ommunicationa

I IN 1 10 I iilid.llllelll.il-. ol I Hi i

\li Ai I ! 10 Print ipli "i Management let

\lti\li 150 International Business lei

MKTG ; -'" Principles ol Marketing

I ree I lectlves:

total Degree Requirements: 120

ih Most students earn additional Ian nail) 12-14) in

semestet stud) ab
I ! i Students not majoring in business ma) count > maximum ol lOcr in

business coursework toward the 120 credit degree minimum Business
ins m excess of 10 will be permitted onl) as credits hcvond the 120

required foi graduation



Bachelor of Science in Education-Secondary German
Education (')



Liberal Studies: As outlined m I iberal Studies section

with the following spe< ifi< al

Mathematics: 6ci MATH 101 or higher

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: hi no courses with GRMN prefix

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

( i IMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology
EDSP 102 Educational Psychology
Professional Education Sequence:
EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in
Inclusive Secondary Settings

Assessment of Student Learning: Design and
Interpretation ol Educational Measures

EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I
I DEC '42 Pre-Student leaching Clinical Experience II
EDUC 441 Student Teaching
EDUC 442 School law

EDUC 453 Teaching of Foreign Languages in the
Secondar) School



Jcr
2ci

3cr
3cr
Icr
Icr
3cr
3ci

3a

3cr

3cr
9ct



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Jcr
3cr



2cr

3cr

Icr
ler
I2cr
Icr

3cr



Major:

Required Courses:

GRMN 22 1 Conversation III

GRMN 222 Conversation IV

GRMN 25 1 German ID

GRMN252 GermanFV

GRMN 321 Advanced Conversation I

GRMN 122 Advanced Conversation II

GRMN 351 Advanced (ierman Language I

(iRMN '52 Advanced German Language II

GRMN 361 Development of German (Ulture and

Literature I
(iRMN 362 Development of German (ulture and

Literature II
GRMN W0 leaching Elementary School Content in

i rench .md German
Controlled Electives:
Other GRMN electives

Free I lectives:

Total Degree Requirements:

I • l See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Stcp
Process fot reachei 1 ducation," in the College of Education and

Educational lechnologv section of this catalog






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Department of Geography and
Regional Planning

Website: im-iv iup.edu 'geography

John E. Benhart, Jr., Chairperson; Begg, Bencloski. Buckw alter. I loch.

Masilcla. Okey, Patrick, G Sechrist, R. Sechrist, Waits; and professors



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