Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2021

Foreign Language Accommodation

Foreign language proficiency requirements are described in this catalog. Only students who have been certified by an authorized University System of Georgia diagnostic center as being incapable of learning a foreign language may substitute courses from the following lists to meet the foreign language requirements at Georgia College. The courses must be taken from the appropriate groups depending on the student's degree objectives.

Courses taken to substitute for foreign language courses must be in addition to those taken to fulfill core, major, minor or cognate requirements. No course may be taken to fulfill both core, major, minor or cognate requirements and to substitute for a foreign language. Students required to complete the second level of foreign language must complete two courses from Group I. Students required to complete the fourth level of language requirement must take two courses from Group I and two courses from Group II.

Groups

Group I

AFST 2010Intro to African Studies

3

ANTH 1102Introduction to Anthropology

3

ARTS 2800The Ancient & Medieval Worlds

3

ARTS 2810From Renaissance to Mod World

3

BLST 2010Introduction to Black Studies

3

ENGL 2110World Literature

3

GEOG 1102World Regional Geography

3

HIST 1131World Civilization & Soc I

3

HIST 1132World Civilization & Soc II

3

IDST 2305Topics Humn and Fine Arts

3

IDST 2310Fine & Applied Arts in Civ

3

IDST 2315Amer Diverse Cultural Heritage

3

INST 2001Intro to International Studies

3

LING 2200Human Language

3

POLS 2401Intro to Intl Relations

3

RELI 1111Intro to World Religion

3

Group II

England

ENGL 4115Hist of the English Language

3

ENGL 4116Structure of Present-Day Eng

3

ENGL 4220Medieval English Literature

3

ENGL 4223Chaucer

3

ENGL 4225English Renaissance Literature

3

ENGL 4226Topics in Shakespeare

3

ENGL 4227Milton

3

ENGL 4228Development of English Drama

3

ENGL 4330Restoration & 18th Cent Lit

3

ENGL 4331Eighteenth-Cent English Novel

3

ENGL 4335English Romanticism

3

ENGL 4337Victorian Literature

3

ENGL 433819th-Century English Novel

3

ENGL 444120th-Century British Fiction

3

ENGL 4447Comparative Literature

3

HIST 3301England to 1660

3

HIST 3305England Since 1660

3

HIST 4310Tudor England

3

HIST 4315Stuart England

3

HIST 4335Modern Britain

3

HIST 4340Modern English Social History

3

HIST 4360Cul His of Wales, Scotlnd, Ire

3

HIST 4380Brit Emp & Cmnwlth of Nations

3

THEA 4226Shakespeare

3

THEA 4228Development of English Drama

3

Europe

GEOG 3500Regional Geography:Spec Topics

3

HIST 4110Classical Greece

3

HIST 4120Classical Rome

3

HIST 4130The Middle Ages

3

HIST 4210French Revolution & Napoleon

3

HIST 4220Modern Europe

3

HIST 4250Twentieth Century Russia

3

HIST 4280Int'ual & Cult His of Eur 1550

3

HIST 4285Int & Clt His of Eur Since1550

3

POLS 4611Contemporary Int'l Problems

3

Non-Western

AFST 3XXX or 4XXX Any upper level African Studies course

-3

ARTS 4845African Art History

3

ARTS 4880Asian Art History: Chinese Art

3

ARTS 4881Asian Art History: Indian Art

3

ENGL 4451African Literature

3

ENGL 4452African Women Writers

3

GEOG 3515Geography of Latin America

3

GEOG 3530Geography of Africa

3

GEOG 3535Geography of Southern World

3

GEOG 3540Geography of Asia

3

GEOG 4305Cultural Geography

3

HIST 3705Asia since 1500

3

HIST 4700Conquest of Latin America

3

HIST 4710Modern Middle East

3

HIST 4950Special Topics

1 - 4

POLS 4531Politics of the Middle East

3

POLS 4541Politics of Modern Africa

3

HIST 4950 for use in Non-Western area of Group II must only be of the Middle East, Africa or Latin America topics courses.