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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURE
PORTUGUESE

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PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Covers all major elements of Portuguese grammar. First in a sequence of three.
Instructor Course Description: Manuel Da Conceicao

PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Covers all major elements of Portuguese grammar. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: PORT 101.

PORT 103 Elementary Portuguese (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Covers all major elements of Portuguese grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: PORT 102.

PORT 105 Intensive Portuguese for Spanish Speakers (6) VLPA
Covers the verbal system and major grammatical points. Does not satisfy foreign language requirement. Prerequisite: SPAN 203.

PORT 110 Accelerated Elementary Portuguese (5)
Covers the equivalent of PORT 101 and PORT 102 to prepare for PORT 103. May not be taken in addition to PORT 101 or PORT 102.

PORT 199 Foreign Study: Elementary (2-16, max. 16)
Elementary instruction in approved foreign study program. Students who wish to satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement must see the departmental adviser and may be required to take additional courses through PORT 103.

PORT 201 Intermediate Portuguese (5) VLPA
Modern texts, compositions, conversation, and a systematic review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either PORT 103 or PORT 105.

PORT 202 Intermediate Portuguese (5) VLPA
Modern texts, compositions, conversation, and a systematic review of grammar. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: PORT 201.

PORT 203 Intermediate Portuguese (5) VLPA
Modern texts, compositions, conversation, and a systematic review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: PORT 202.

PORT 299 Foreign Study: Intermediate (2-16, max. 16) VLPA
Intermediate instruction in approved foreign study program. Further study at 200-level subject to department evaluation.

PORT 301 Advanced Portuguese (5) VLPA
Emphasizes oral skills while continuing to refine reading comprehension and written expression. Aims to develop abilities to successfully deal with comprehension and production of oral texts of an academic and professional nature. Not a conversation course. Prerequisite: PORT 203.

PORT 302 Advanced Portuguese (3/5) VLPA
Develops writing techniques and strategies for the production of Portuguese texts of an academic and professional nature. Prerequisite: PORT 301.

PORT 310 Introduction to Lusophone Literature (3) VLPA
Introduction to the studies of Lusophone literature and culture.

PORT 335 Twentieth Century Brazilian Fiction in English (5, max. 10) VLPA
Reading texts in connection with cultural and theoretical issues.