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University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Major in Modern Languages [Augustana]


See Augustana Faculty  for Admission Requirements.

Requirements


  • At least ★6 in each of the two chosen languages must be taken in an immersion setting. See additional information for students, below.

★48-60 chosen from two of the following four areas:


Additional information for students


  1. A student considering an after-degree program in Education, or graduate studies, should obtain a minimum of ★36 in one language.
  2. An online placement test must be taken before registering in AUFRE 201  for the purpose of advising the student of the appropriate level at which they should begin university French studies. Advanced placement is possible for a student with previous experience in the language.
  3. A student who has chosen French as an area of study is required to take senior offerings (★6 senior), in an immersion setting such as the Summer Language Bursary Program offered by the Government of Canada or the Perpignan Year Program.

A student who has chosen German as an area of study is required to take senior offerings (★6 senior) in an immersion setting such as the Canadian Summer School in Germany (Kassel) or Waterloo in Germany.

A student who has chosen Scandinavian Studies as an area of study is required to take senior offerings (★6 senior) in an immersion setting such as the Oslo International Summer School, University of Bergen Summer Program or Scandinavian Studies in Telemark Program.

A student who has chosen Spanish as an area of study is required to take senior offerings (★6 senior) in an immersion setting such as the Augustana-in-Cuba program or the Puebla-Alberta Community Service Exchange program.

  1. A French student is strongly encouraged to take AULAT 101  and AULAT 102 .
  2. Other recommended courses:
    AULAN 101 - Introduction to Linguistic Analysis  
    AUPSY 373 - Psychology of Language  
    AUSOC 105 - Social Anthropology  
  3. Some senior courses in French, German, Scandinavian Studies, and Spanish are not offered every year.

Recommended first-year program


  • Students with French 30/German 30 can start at the 200-level in French/German in the first year.