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17201 Elementary Portuguese I (4)
An introduction to the Portuguese language in the context of Luso-Brazilian cultures. Prerequisite: special approval.
17202 Elementary Portuguese II (4)
A continuation of the introduction to the Portuguese language in the context of Luso-Brazilian cultures. Prerequisite: PORT 17201.
27209 Field Study (1-6)
(Repeatable for a total of 6 credit hours) For residence and/or field research in a Portuguese-speaking community. Prior to registration for this course, student must obtain departmental approval. Prerequisite: special approval.
27210 Intensive Portuguese (5)
Intensive study for students continuing beyond elementary Portuguese and for those with the equivalent of Spanish Composition and Conversation I. Course provides training through Intermediate Portuguese II. Prerequisite: PORT 17202 or SPAN 38211.
37211 Composition and Conversation (3)
Study and practice of oral and written Portuguese. Prerequisite: PORT 27210.
37330 Early Brazilian Literature (3)
Outline of developments in Brazilian literature and reading of representative works from the colonial period to 1922. Prerequisite: PORT 37211. This course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive course graduation requirement with approval of major department.
37331 Recent Brazilian Literature (3)
Outline of developments in Brazilian literature and reading of representative works from 1922 to the present. Prerequisite: PORT 37211. This course may be used to satisfy the writing-intensive requirement with approval of major department.
37421 Luso-Brazilian Civilization (3)
Lectures, readings, oral and written reports on outstanding features of the Portuguese-speaking world with emphasis on Brazil. Prerequisite: PORT 37211.
47093 Variable Title Workshop in Portuguese (1-6)
(Repeated registration permissible) Workshops individually designed to provide instruction and training in specific areas of Portuguese studies. S/U grading. Prerequisite: departmental special approval.
47095 Selected Topics (3)
(Repeated registration permissible) Intensive treatment of a selected aspect of Luso-Brazilian literature or linguistics. Topic announced in the Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: 9 hours of 30000-level Portuguese (PORT) courses.
47096 Individual Investigation (1-3)
(Repeatable for a total of 6 credit hours) Allows the advanced, serious student to carry out research/ study project on Portuguese literature, language or culture. Prior approval of supervising faculty member, department required. IP grade permissible. Prerequisite: PORT 27210 and junior standing and special approval.