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Portuguese

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Course Descriptions

PORT 1A. Elementary Portuguese (4)
Beginning course in conversational and written Portuguese. Not open to those with two or more years of high school Portuguese credit.

PORT 1B. Elementary Portuguese (4)
Prerequisite: G.E. Foundation A2. PORT 1A or permission of instructor recommended. Second semester course in conversational and written
Portuguese. Not open to those with three or more years of high school Portuguese credit. G.E. Breadth C2.

PORT  2A. Intermediate Portuguese (3)
Prerequisite: PORT 1B recommended or permission of instructor. Intermediate course emphasizing speaking, listening, and reading longer texts, writing compositions, grammar, and Luso-Brazilian culture.

PORT  2B. Intermediate Portuguese (3)
Prerequisite: PORT 2A recommended or permission of instructor. Continuation of PORT 2A emphasizing speaking, grammar, reading longer literature and Luso-Brazilian culture.

"Credit Allowances" are listed for Foreign Language classes. It is based on the student's experience in the language and most from the studies in high school. You may find those allowances here.

Credit by Examination: To "test out" of a course, you must be enrolled in the course for the same semester. There is two application procedure (1) the department request and (2) the university's Application for Credit by Examination". The same Department Credit Allowances pertain for students requesting to test out. 

The department application is available at the department office (Peters Business Bldg, Room 393). This form will required a copy of your unofficial transcript for the Chair's review and decision.

For more information:

Degree/Program Information in General Catalog