SUNY Oneonta

FLAN 397 Foreign Language Internship

1-9 s.h.

The FLL internship is designed to augment the majors and minors in foreign languages by providing students with the opportunity to work and learn in a setting that requires them to use the foreign language they are studying. FLL internships, like those in other departments, involve a work experience with a non-profit agency, business, or school either located in a foreign country or dealing with people speaking a language other than English.

Prerequisites: JrS, passed CWE, minimum GPA of 2.0, and at least one course in the language at the 200-level or above.

Note: The following courses may be offered on an individual enrollment basis.

ARAB 102 Introductory Arabic I

ARAB 103/104 Second Year Arabic I & II

ARAB 201 Advanced Arabic

GERM 103/104 Second Year German I and II

GERM 201 Review of German Grammar

GERM 202/203 German Grammar & Composition I & II

GERM 208 Introduction to German Literature

GERM 212/213 Conversational German I & II

GERM 299 Independent Study in German

GERM 399 Independent Study in German

HEBR 101/102 Introductory Hebrew I & II

HEBR 103/104 Second Year Hebrew I & II

HEBR 299 Independent Study in Hebrew

ITAL 103/104 Second Year Italian I & II

ITAL 201/202 Advanced Italian I & II

ITAL 212 Conversational Italian

ITAL 294 Special Topics in Italian

SPAN 210 Spanish for Business

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