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Department of Global Studies and Languages
Idaho State University
921 South 8th Avenue, Stop 8067
Pocatello, Idaho, USA 83209

Phone: 208-282-3630
Fax: 208-282-3098
E-mail: glbstdy@isu.edu

Degree Requirements for Bachelor of Arts in French, German, or Spanish for Business Professions

Students take the following courses in their chosen language (French, German, or Spanish--FREN, GERM, or SPAN):

2201 and 2202, Intermediate I and II (8 credits)
3301 and 3302, Conversation and Composition I and II (6 credits)
3341 or 3342, Survey of Literature and Civilization I or II (3 credits)
3381, Current Affairs (3 credits)
Upper-division elective courses--recommendations listed below (6 credits)

Choose ONE of the following two courses:

CMLT 2207, Contemporary European Culture (3 credits)
or
CMLT 2208, Cultures of the Spanish Speaking World (3 credits)

AND one of the following minors offered by the College of Business:

Business (for Non-Business Majors only; 18 credits)
Business Administration (for Non-Business Majors only; 33 credits)
Marketing (for Non-Business Majors only; 18 credits)
(note: See the detailed listings of requirements for the three minors in the College of Business section of the catalog.)

Recommended Electives

FREN 3300, Intensive Conversation (For students who have not yet had an immersion experience; 3 credits)
FREN 3303, Professional French (3 credits)
FREN 3305, Study Abroad (1-6 credits)
FREN 4465, French Translation and Interpretation (3 credits)
FREN 4465L, Translation and Interpretation Laboratory (1-3 credits)
GERM 3300, Intensive Conversation (For students who have not yet had an immersion experience; 3 credits)
GERM 3303, Professional German (3 credits)
GERM 3305, Study Abroad (1-6 credits)
GERM 4460, German Translation and Interpretation (3 credits)
GERM 4460L, Translation and Interpretation Laboratory (1-3 credits)
SPAN 3300, Intensive Conversation (For students who have not yet had an immersion experience; 3 credits)
SPAN 3303, Professional Spanish (3 credits)
SPAN 3305, Study Abroad (1-6 credits)
SPAN 4460, Spanish Translation and Interpretation (4 credits)

*For more information please visit the Global Studies and Language section of the Course Catalog.*