The Foreign Language AA pathway is for students who plan to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a bachelors’ degree with a major or minor in a Foreign Language.
This broad interdisciplinary approach can lead to a variety of career paths in government and international affairs, business, journalism, service professions, education, criminal justice, social sciences and public health.
This curriculum is from the current college catalog and is meant to provide prospective students an example of courses taken in this degree/certificate. It is not intended to be used for graduation requirements. Students should consult an advisor for graduation information.
AA.FORL (60 credit hours)
This pathway is designed to assist students who plan to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year bachelors’ degree with a major or minor in a Foreign Language. The Foreign Language pathway builds competencies in listening, speaking, reading, writing and culture. Students begin at the elementary language level and continue to the intermediate level. This is normally a 4 semester sequence. Proficiency at the intermediate level is required to enter a bachelors’ degree program with a major or minor in a Foreign Language. In addition to the required language core courses, students will have the opportunity to choose elective interdisciplinary courses that further develop their cultural, social and historical knowledge. This broad interdisciplinary approach can lead to a variety of career paths, such as government and international affairs, business, journalism, service professions, education, criminal justice, social sciences, and public health. Students who plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they will transfer since completion of this pathway does not guarantee admission to an upper division limited access program. Students in this pathway must complete all required college-preparatory courses, prerequisites for the listed course requirements. Courses meeting the preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credit hours listed.
YEAR I – First Semester
†Humanities General Education CORE - 3 cr.
†ENC 1101 English Composition I - 3 cr.
†MAC 1105 College Algebra - 3 cr.
SLS 1106, First Year Experience Orientation – 3 cr.
*Foreign Language I (FRE or GER or ITA or SPN) - 4 cr.
YEAR I – Second Semester
†ENC 1102 English Composition II - 3 cr.
†STA 2023 Elementary Statistics - 3 cr.
*Foreign Language II (FRE or GER or ITA or SPN) - 4 cr.
Physical Science General Education - 3-4 cr.
YEAR I – Third Semester
†AMH 2020 Modern American History or †POS 2041, American Government - 3 cr.
†Behavioral Science General Education CORE - 3 cr.
Biological Science General Education - 3 cr.
YEAR II – First Semester
†ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology - 3 cr.
†HUM 2210 World Humanities: Prehistoric to Early Modern Era or †HUM 2230, World Humanities: Early Modern to Contemporary or †HUM 2461, Latin American Humanities - 3 cr.
†LIN 1670 English Grammar and Usage - 3 cr.
*Foreign Language I (FRE or GER or ITA or SPN not previously taken) - 4 cr.
YEAR II – Second Semester
†EUH 2000 The Western World: Origins to Early Modern Europe or †EUH 2001, The Western
World: Modern Europe or LAH 2020, Survey of Latin American History - 3 cr.
†IDS 2891 Connections - 1 cr.
†SPC 1608 Public Speaking - 3 cr.
†SYG 2012 Introduction to Globalization - 3 cr.
Behavioral Science/History/Economics General Education - 3 cr.
*Foreign Language II (FRE or GER or ITA or SPN not previously taken) - 4 cr.
†Courses symbolized by a dagger (†) are offered online in addition to the traditional delivery method. Online availability may vary by academic term.