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Spring 2015, Reading Exam

Wednesday January 28, 2015, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Register on checkmarq course number 9831

2013-2015 Schedule for Reading Exam and Courses

Policy and Procedures

Graduate Foreign Language Proficiency (Reading) Exam

Students taking the Foreign Language Proficiency Exam outside of the 6204 courses offered must register for the Graduate Foreign Language Proficiency Exam for the specific language (FREN 9831, GRMN 9831, etc.) through CheckMarq. See Reading Exam and Courses for more detail.

Upon prior approval from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, students must register for FOLA 9830 for languages other than Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin or Spanish. Exams will be offered once per term. A $100 processing fee will be charged per exam.

Reading Knowledge Courses

Reading Knowledge Courses, preparatory to doctoral language examinations, are offered in the following languages: French (FREN 6204), German (GRMN 6204), and Latin (LATN 6204). Students registered for 6204 Reading Knowledge Courses and wishing to withdraw must do so formally in the Graduate School office.

FREN 6204. French for Reading Knowledge 3 sem. hrs.

Provides an overview of French grammar, reading comprehension of basic texts and translation practice for graduate students who plan to use French in their field of research. Offered occasionally. May only be taken for credit and may not be audited. Prereq: Enrolled in the Graduate School.

GRMN 6204. German for Reading Knowledge 3 sem. hrs.

Provides an overview of German grammar, reading comprehension of basic texts and translation practice for graduate students who plan to use German in their field of research. Offered occasionally. May only be taken for credit and may not be audited. Prereq: Enrolled in the Graduate School.

LATN 6204. Latin for Reading Knowledge 3 sem. hrs.

Provides an overview of Latin grammar, reading comprehension of basic texts and translation practice for graduate students who plan to use Latin in their field of research. Offered occasionally. May only be taken for credit and may not be audited. Prereq: Enrolled in the Graduate School.

 

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