JAPANESE COURSES

Note the courses offered Spring 2010 •

FLJ 101: Beginning Japanese I
FLJ 102: Beginning Japanese II
FLJ 203: Intermediate Japanese I 
FLJ 204: Intermediate Japanese II
FLJ 250: Topics in Japanese Literature and the Fine Arts
FLJ 251: Introduction to Japanese Literature
FLJ 305: Advanced Japanese I
FLJ 306: Advanced Japanese II

Tentative Fall 2010 Course Offerings: FLJ 101, 203, 305, 495.


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


FLJ 101 / Beginning Japanese I  
An introduction to the basic grammar of Japanese. (4 credits)

FLJ 102 / Beginning Japanese II 
A continuation of FLJ 101. Prerequisite: FLJ 101 or equivalent. (4 credits)

FLJ 203 / Intermediate Japanese I 
Reading, writing, and discussion in Japanese on the intermediate level, with a review of Japanese grammar. Prerequisite: FLJ 102 or equivalent. (4 credits)

FLJ 204 / Intermediate Japanese II 
A continuation of FLJ 203. Prerequisite: FLJ 203 or equivalent. (4 credits)

FLJ 250 / Topics in Japanese Literature and the Fine Arts 
Study of selected works of Japanese literature in English translation and of their correlates in the visual arts and/or music. No knowledge of Japanese required. The topic Japanese Poetry and Calligraphy may be used to fulfill the Fine Arts/Fine Arts-Literature component of the General Education Requirements. (3 credits)

FLJ 251/ Introduction to Japanese Literature 
Readings of representative works of Japanese literature in English. No knowledge of Japanese required. May be used to fulfill the Global Cultures and Perspectives component of the General Education Requirements. (3 credits)

FLJ 305 / Advanced Japanese I 
A continuation of FLJ 204. Introduction of extended prose readings. Simple conversation in everyday Japanese. Prerequisite: FLJ 204 or equivalent. (4 credits)

FLJ 306 / Advanced Japanese II 
A continuation of FLJ 305. Emphasis on syntax of prose texts; review of grammar. Conversation in everyday Japanese. Composition in the expository style. Prerequisite: FLJ 305 or equivalent. (4 credits)