Language & Literature (LLT) courses
LLT 100 Elemementary Survey of Grammar
An introduction to the basic terminology and concepts of traditional grammar, including analysis of parts of speech, phrases, clauses, and verb transformation. No foreign language is required. Pass/Not Pass only.
LLT 102 Scientific/ and Medical Terminology
A study of technical terminology as derived from Greek and Latin elements. Does not fulfill any language requirement.
LLT 121 Classical MythologyGeneral Education Component: GEC 111 - Human Cultures: Humanities.
A study of Greek and Roman myths and legends as they appear in art, music and literature, especially epic and tragedy.
LLT 180 The Heroic QuestGeneral Education Component: GEC 115 - Public Issues: Cultural Competence.
Human societies have long used the theme of the quest for self-knowledge as a vehicle to assess their own cultures and to explore ethical situations arising in civic life. This course examines texts from diverse cultural traditions in which protagonists confront their inherited identity of culture and language, providing a broader perspective on self-discovery in our own society.
LLT 197 Select Topics in Language or Literature
A variable credit lecture/discussion and/or lab course. Content varies with topics identified by title in the course schedule. The course may be repeated if the topics differ, however, no more than 6 credits may count as elective credit toward any degree. Check with the appropriate department head to see if credit for this course will count toward the major or minor.
LLT 201 Masterpieces of Modern Continental Literature
Comparative study in English translation of the prose literature of the continent of the 19th and 20th centuries. Additional course work will be required for students taking this class as an Honors course, and a B grade or higher must be earned in order to receive an Honors designation (Odd Years).
LLT 202 Major Authors in Translation
A course in comparative literature offered in English translation covering one of the following areas: (a) Germanic, (b) Latin America, (c) Latin and Greek, (d) Romance, (e) Slavic. Variable Content Course; may be taken once under each of the five titles.
LLT 215 Asian Global Studies
This course is mainly designed to provide a general overview of the history and culture, and present day China issues. It covers the history, culture, philosophy, literature, education, politics, economy and social and family issues of China. Students are assigned to compare China with Japan in related topics. Through lectures, discussions and assignments, this course will enable students to have a better understanding of China and Japan in different perspectives.