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Suggested Four-Year Plan for B.S. in Translation Majors in German & Russian

First Year      Third Year
First Semester     Credits     First Semester     Credits
ENG 10001, College English I     3     Computer Literacy Elective1     3
EXPR 10290, University Orientation     1     Subject Area Specialty3     3
Social Sciences (1)2     3     Subject Area Specialty3     3
Basic Sciences (1)4     3     Intermediate I (2nd lang.)/Subject Area Specialty3     3
Humanities & Fine Arts (1)     3     MCLS 30230, Approaches to Transl.     3
Intermediate I, GER 21201, RUSS 22201     3     Translation Practice, GER 31231, RUSS 32231     1
Total     16     Total     16
Second Semester           Second Semester     
ENG 10002, College English II     3     Conv. Bus. & Spec. Purp., GER 31240, RUSS 322405     3
Social Sciences (2)2     3     Intermediate II (2nd lang.)/Subject Area Specialty3     3
Basic Sciences (2)4     3     Phonetics & Diction, GER 31215, RUSS 32215     3
Humanities & Fine Arts (2)     3     Civilization, GER 31421, RUSS 32421     4
Intermediate II, GER 21202, RUSS 22202     3     ENG 20001, Business Writing     3
Conversation: GER 31207, RUSS 32207     2     or ENG 20004, Technical Writing     
Total     17     Total     16
Second Year     Fourth Year
First Semester     Credits     First Semester     Credits
Elementary I (Second Language) or Subject Area Specialty3     4/3     Comp. & Conv. I (Second Language) or Subject Area Specialty3     3
Comp. & Conversation, GER 31211, RUSS 32211     3     Adv. Comp. & Conv., GER 41211, RUSS 42211     3
Modern Writers, GER 31303, RUSS 32303     3     Business & Special Texts, GER 41240, RUSS 42240     3
Social Sciences (3)2     3     Subject Area Specialty3     3
Humanities & Fine Arts (3)     3     Subject Area Specialty3     3
            Subject Area Specialty3     3
Total     15-16     Total     18
Second Semester           Second Semester     
MATH 11011, College Algebra     4     Adv. Translation Practice, GER 41230, RUSS 42230     3
Elementary II (Second Language)     4/3     MCLS 40240, FL & Culture Studies     3
or Subject Area Specialty3           Subject Area Specialty3     3
Subject Area Specialty3     3     Subject Area Specialty3     3
Basic Sciences (3)4     3     Subject Area Specialty3     3
Humanities & Fine Arts (4)     3     Subject Area Specialty3     1-3
Total     16-17     Total     16-18

1Note: Students may take ADMS 24001, ADMS 24053, CS 10001, CS 10051, or any advisor-approved computer-oriented course.
2Note: It is strongly recommended that students in this program take ECON 22061 and 22062 as part of their Social Sciences requirement.
3Note: Subject Area Specialty is a departmentally approved coherent sequence of courses in one or more other disciplines. Sufficient hours must be taken in the Subject Area Specialty to assure the 129 hours required for graduation.
4Note: It is strongly recommended that students in this program meet their Basic Sciences requirement with Biology 10001, Chemistry 10050, and Geology 21062.
5Note: This sequence will change starting in Fall 2000, when Business courses will be offered in even years (2000-01, 2002-03, 2004-05, etc.), and translation courses in odd years (2001-02, 2003-05, 2005-07, etc.).