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Foreign Language Option, Liberal Arts A.A.

Foreign Language Option, Liberal Arts A.A.

Communications Area  Credit Hours
 •+*ENC1101, English I 3
 +*ENC1102, English II 3
Humanities Area      
Visual and Performing Arts See General Education Requirement 3
Philosophy/Religion See General Education Requirement 3
Literature See General Education Requirement 3
Mathematics Area  6
See General Education Requirement  
Natural Sciences Area      
Physical Science See General Education Requirement 3
Biological Science See General Education Requirement 3
Social Sciences Area      
Behavioral Sciences See General Education Requirement 3
History See General Education Requirement 3
Government See General Education Requirement 3
Additional Common Prerequisites   
 OPTION 1: Spanish/FrenchForeign Language, 15 crs.Electives, 9 crs. OPTION 2: Foreign Languages Teacher EducationForeign Language, 15 crs.EDF1005, Introduction to the Teaching Profession, 3 crs.EDF2085, Introduction to Diversity for Educators, 3 crs.(In addition to EDF2085, a minimum of 6 semester hours with an international diversity focus is required. Foreign language courses may be used to meet this requirement.)EME2040, Introduction to Technology for Educators, 3 crs. 24
TOTAL DEGREE HOURS 60

• General Education Core. Students must complete at least one identified core course in each area of study—Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences—as part of the general education course requirements.

+ Prerequisites and/or corequisites required.  See course descriptions.

* Minimum grade of "C" required.

Language and Literature

If you are a student who has not yet declared a concentration or who has declared a concentration in Communications, English, Foreign Language, or Journalism, you will be advised by professors from the Language and Literature Division.

Division Mission: The Division of Language and Literature provides training in written and oral communication in English and foreign languages in order to engage students as critical thinkers, effective communicators, and good citizens.

DIVISION CONTACT INFORMATION:

Language and Literature Division Website

Gulf Coast State College
5230 West Highway 98
Panama City, FL 32401-1058
Phone: (850) 769-1551 ext. 3870
FAX: (850) 873-3522

Division Chair: Michalle Barnett
Senior Administrative Assistant: Julia Chrencik

Language & Literature Courses

AML - American Literature

2010
AML

American Literature through the Civil War

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with minimum grade of "C." Major writers, literary movements, forms, and themes of American literature from the Civil War to the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2010H
AML

Honors American Literature Through The Civil War

Credit hours: 3

2020
AML

American Literature: Reconstruction to Present

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Major writers, literary movements, forms, and themes of American literature from the Civil War to the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2020H
AML

Honors American Literature: Reconstruction To Present

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Major writers, literary movements, forms, and themes of American literature from the Civil War to the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3

2600
AML

African-American Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of “C.” Major writers, literary movements, forms and themes of African-American literature. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2600H
AML

African-American Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of “C.” Major writers, literary movements, forms and themes of African-American literature. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3

CRW - Creative Writing

2001
CRW

Creative Writing I

Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Techniques of and practice in writing the short story, essay, poem, drama, or novel.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2001H
CRW

Creative Writing I

Credit hours: 3

2002
CRW

Creative Writing II

Prerequisite: CRW2001. Techniques of and practice in writing the short story, essay, poem, drama, or novel.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2002H
CRW

Creative Writing II

Credit hours: 3

2710
CRW

Introduction to Screenwriting/Scriptwriting

Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a grade of “C” or higher. The study of the written forms of the screenplay and the script (stage play) and their relationship to the adapted forms in the visual media and on stage, and the practice of writing screenplays and stage plays. The dual nature of this course requires that students learn the principles of writing for visual media and writing for the stage but allows the student to focus the major written works composed during the semester in his preferred area.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

ENC - English Composition

0015
ENC

Developmental Writing I

$5.00 lab fee Must be passed with minimum grade of “C.” (A developmental course that does not satisfy General Education requirements in English or count toward required hours for graduation.) A study of the elements of standard English grammar, mechanics, and usage.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 4

0022
ENC

Developmental Writing I and II Combined

$5.00 lab fee Must be passed with minimum grade of “C.” This course is a developmental course that is not intended to satisfy any part of college-level English requirements and not counted as part of the required hours for graduation. A study of the elements of standard English grammar, mechanics, and usage. Writing from the paragraph to the essay; introduction to expressive, expository, and persuastive writing; and introduction to research techniques.Must be passed with minimum grade of “C.”

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 4

0025
ENC

Developmental Writing II

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: ENC0015 or satisfactory score on the Gulf Coast State College placement test. Writing from the paragraph to the essay; introduction to expressive, expository, and persuasive writing; introduction to research techniques; review of basic grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and basic formatting. Must be passed with a minimum grade of "C." (A developmenal course that does not satisfy General Education requirements in English or count toward required hours for graduation.)

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 5

0055L
ENC

Developmental Composition Lab Support

Prerequisite: Non-exempt students earning a PERT score of 86-102 and exempt students earning a PERT score of 50-102 or by faculty advisement should take ENC0055L. A writing lab course taken concurrently with ENC1101 that will focus upon the elements of standard English grammar, mechanics, usage and the writing process. Must be passed with minimum grade of “C.”

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

1101
ENC

English Composition I

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1102
ENC

English Composition II

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Rhetoric of the argumentative essay and the documented paper. Compositions based on readings of fiction, nonfiction, drama, poetry, film, video, and other media. This course in a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1102H
ENC

English Composition II-Honors

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Rhetoric of the argumentative essay and the documented paper. Compositions based on readings of fiction, nonfiction, drama, poetry, film, video, and other media. This course in a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3

1930
ENC

Introduction to Critical Thinking

Creative and critical thinking skills applied to current problems and issues in oral and written comunication. Course emphasizes deliberation in classroom forums.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2210
ENC

Technical Writing

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: ENC 1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Applies written and oral English skills to technical communication assignments, such as definitions, object or mechanism descriptions, process descriptions, instructions, analyses, proposals, memoranda, feasibility, laboratory, and technology research reports and resumes. Emphasizes clarity, objectivity, simplicity, and readability by multiple audiences. This course in a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2301
ENC

Supplementary Composition Skills I

Prerequisite: CLEP credit for General Education English or ENC 1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Expository and argumentative writing for students (a) who have earned CLEP credit for General Education English or Areas II or III Humanities but still need to fulfill the writing requirements of the institution or (b) who have completed ENC1101 and ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C" and want to develop their writing skills. This course is a Grodon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2302
ENC

Supplementry Composition Skills II

Prerequisite: CLEP credit for General Education English or ENC 1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Expository and argumentative writing for students (a) who have earned CLEP credit for General Education English or Areas II or III Humanities but still need to fulfill the writing requirements of the institution or (b) who have completed ENC1101 and ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C" and want to develop their writing skills. This course is a Grodon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2303
ENC

Supplementary Composition Skills III

Prerequisite: CLEP credit for General Education English or ENC 1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Expository and argumentative writing for students (a) who have earned CLEP credit for General Education English or Areas II or III Humanities but still need to fulfill the writing requirements of the institution or (b) who have completed ENC1101 and ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C" and want to develop their writing skills. This course is a Grodon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2324
ENC

Supplementary Composition Skills IV

Prerequisite: CLEP credit for General Education English or ENC 1102 with a minimum grade of "C." Expository and argumentative writing for students (a) who have earned CLEP credit for General Education English or Areas II or III Humanities but still need to fulfill the writing requirements of the institution or (b) who have completed ENC1101 and ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C" and want to develop their writing skills. This course is a Grodon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2949
ENC

COOP/Work Experience/English

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

ENL - English Literature

2012
ENL

English Literature Through the Eighteenth Century

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Masterpieces, literary movements, forms, and themes of English literature from its beginning to the end of the eighteenth century. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2022
ENL

English Literature: Romantics to Present

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Masterpieces, literary movements, forms and themes of English literature from the nineteenth century to the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

ENG - English/General

2111
ENG

Literature and Film

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Examines works of literature and their film adaptions, comparing written and cinematic narrative forms, writing elements, and film composition techniques. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2111H
ENG

Honors Literature And Film

Credit hours: 3

FRE - French

1000
FRE

Basic French Conversation II

Introduction to French sound system and conversational emphasis on practical applications in daily personal and business life; culture based. (Does not fulfill any part of the college-transfer sequence and does not provide general education elective credit).

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1014
FRE

Introduction to French Conversation - A

Introduction to French sound system. Greetings, introductions, leave taking, numbers, and prices, giving personal information, asking questions. (Does not fulfill any part of the college-transfer sequence and does not provide general education elective credit).

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

1018
FRE

Introduction to French Food and Wine

Introduction to French food and wine terms, pronunciation, reading a French menu, influence of French cuisine. (Does not fulfill any part of the college-transfer sequence and does not provide general education elective credit).

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

1120
FRE

First-Year French I

This course aims to develop basic communicative skills in French, including speaking, listening, writing and reading, and to apply those skills to gain knowledge of other cultures. By the end of this course, students will be able to communicate in French about a variety of topics. A minimum grade of "C" in FRE1120 must be attained in order to enroll for FRE1121.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

1120H
FRE

Hnrs 1 Yr French I

This course aims to develop basic communicative skills in French, including speaking, listening, writing and reading, and to apply those skills to gain knowledge of other cultures. By the end of this course, students will be able to communicate in French about a variety of topics. A minimum grade of “C” in FRE1120 must be attained in order to enroll for FRE1121.

Credit hours: 4

1121
FRE

First-Year French II

Prerequisite: FRE1120. This course will continue to develop basic communicative skills in French, including speaking, listening, writing and reading, and to apply those skills to gain knowledge of other cultures. By the end of this course, students will be able to communicate in French about a variety of topics. A minimum grade of "C" in FRE1121 must be attained in order to enroll for FRE2200.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2200
FRE

Second-Year French I

Prerequisites: ENC1101 and FRE1121 or equivalent. This course aims to develop intermediate communicative skills in French, including speaking, listening, writing and reading. Readings and audiovisual materials dealing with Francophone culture and civiliztion favor grammar review and expansion, as well as oral practice. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of ¿C.¿

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2200H
FRE

Hnrs 2nd Yr Frnch I

Prerequisites: ENC1101 and FRE1121 or equivalent. (Meets Philosophy/Religion Humanities requirement.) This course aims to develop intermediate communicative skills in French, including speaking, listening, writing and reading. Readings and audiovisual materials dealing with Francophone culture and civiliztion favor grammar review and expansion, as well as oral practice. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of “C.”

Credit hours: 3

IDH - Interdisciplinary Honors

2931
IDH

Honors Symposium

Centers around topics of current interest or special interest to students or instructor.

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

JOU - Journalism

2949
JOU

COOP/Work Experience/Journalism

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

LIS - Library & Info Studies

2004
LIS

Research Strategies for College Students

This course is designed to develop the skills needed to use the Internet as a research tool. The course focuses on methods of accessing relevant information resources through the Internet including books, journals, newspapers, government documents, deep Web media, and other research materials using online library catalogs and databases. Students will learn to create search strategies and retrieve, evaluate, and cite Internet resources.

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2949
LIS

COOP/Work Experience/Library Science

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

LIN - Linguistics

1670
LIN

English Grammar and Style

Prerequisite: Satisfactory English score on the Florida College Entry-Level Placement Test or completion of ENC0025 with a minimum grade of “C.” Introduction to sentence structure, standard practices in grammar and punctuation, and effective stylistic techniques. Designed as a complement to composition courses.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

LIT - Literature

2000
LIT

Introduction to Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Major writers, literary movements, forms, and themes of literature. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which studens will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of “C.”

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 0

2040
LIT

World Drama

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Major dramatists from ancient throught the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2040H
LIT

Honors World Drama

Credit hours: 3

2090
LIT

Contemporary Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Major writers, works, and literary movements in the post-World War II era. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2090H
LIT

Contemporary Literature-Honors

Credit hours: 3

2110
LIT

World Literature: Ancient Through Renaissance

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Masterpieces, literary movements, forms, and themes of world literature from the Ancient World through the Renaissance. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2110H
LIT

Honors World Literature: Ancient Through Renaissance

Credit hours: 3

2120
LIT

World Literature: Enlightenment to Present

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of "C." (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Masterpieces, literary trends, forms and themes of world literature from the Enlightenment to the present. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2120H
LIT

Honors World Literature: Enlightenment To Present

Credit hours: 3

2380
LIT

Women in Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1102 with a minimum grade of “C.” (Meets Literature Humanities requirement.) Major themes, works authors of literature by women. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and which requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2380H
LIT

Women In Literature

Credit hours: 3

2930
LIT

Special Topics in Literature

Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Literature of selected genres, periods, places, and people as recommended by the instructor. Repeatable for credit based on change of topics. (An elective course that does not satisfy Area III Humanities requirement).

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

MMC - Mass Media Communication

1000
MMC

Survey of Mass Communication

History of current trends in and principles of application in the mass media (Internet, radio, television, newspaper, books, magazines, films, and advertising).

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1000H
MMC

Honors Survey Of Mass Communication

Credit hours: 3

2100
MMC

Writing for Mass Communication

Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Techniques used in preparing copy for mass communications media. Development of fundamental skills used in writing for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, Internet, public relations, and advertising.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2100H
MMC

Honors Writing for Mass Communication

Prerequisite: ENC1101 with a minimum grade of "C." Techniques used in preparing copy for mass communications media. Development of fundamental skills used in writing for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, Internet, public relations, and advertising.

Credit hours: 3

REA - Reading

0007
REA

Developmental Reading I

$5.00 lab fee The first level of an intensive improvement program designed to upgrade each student's level of reading comprehension. Required of students who score below the prescribed state levels on the Gulf Coast State College placement test. Must be passed with a minimum grade of "C." (A developmental course that does not satisfy General Education requirements or count toward required hours for graduation.)

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 4

0017
REA

Developmental Reading II

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the Gulf Coast State College placement test or completion of REA0007 with a minimum grade of "C." The second level of an intensive improvement course designed to upgrade each student's level of critical reading and thinking skills. Must be passed with a minimum grade of "C." (A develop­mental course that does not satisfy General Education requirements or count toward required hours for graduation.)

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 4

0019
REA

Developmental Reading I and II Combined

$5.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Option for students who score below the prescribed state levels on the placement test. Must be passed with a minimum grade of “C.” Option for students who score below the prescribed state levels on the placement test. Must be passed with a minimum grade of “C.” This course is a developmental course that is not intended to satisfy any part of General Education requirements and is not counted as part of the required hours for graduation. An intensive reading course designed to imporve each student’s level of comprehension and critical thinking skills.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 4

0055L
REA

Developmental Reading Lab Support

Prerequisite: Non-exempt students earning a PERT score of 86-105 and exempt students earning a PERT score of 50-105 or by faculty advisement should take REA0055L. A reading lab course taken concurrently with ENC1101, intended to improve a student's level of comprehension and critical thinking skills.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2205
REA

College-Level Reading Techniques

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENC1101. Techniques of increasing reading speed, expanding vocabulary, and heightening comprehen­sion level. Designed for students who wish to improve their college-level reading skills. Qualifies as an elective course in the A.A. degree program and as an English requirement in some A.S. degree programs.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

SPN - Spanish Language

1000
SPN

Basic Spanish Conversation

Introduction to Spanish sound system and conversational emphasis on practical applications in daily personal and business life. Culture based. (Does not fulfill any part of the college-transfer sequence and does not provide General Education elective credit.)

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1001
SPN

Beginning Conversational Spanish II

Continuation of SPN1000. This course is for students with specific professional or leisure interests in learning Spanish. Emphasis is on culture and a practical application of structures and vocabulary. Conversational approaches are used throughout the semester. Does not fulfill any part of the two-year college transfer sequence and does not provide General Education elective credit.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1050
SPN

Basic Spanish for Business

Introduction to basic Spanish for persons with commercial interests. Emphasis will be in conversational and business language with limited grammatical structure pertaining to reading and writing in business Spanish. Introduction to common etiquette of Spanish-speaking countries and the process of making business travel arrangements. (Does not fulfill any part of the two-year college transfer sequence and does not provide General Education elective credit.)

Credit hours: 5
Lecture hours: 5

1120
SPN

First-Year Spanish I

This course aims to develop basic communicative skills in Spanish, including speaking, listening, writing and reading, and to apply those skills to gain knowledge of other cultures. By the end of this course students will be able to communicate in Spanish about a variety of topics including greetings and questions, daily activities at a university, family relationships, leisure-time activities, and a house or personal residence. A minimum grade of "C" in SPN1120 must be attained in order to enroll for SPN1121.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

1120H
SPN

First-Year Spanish I Honors

Credit hours: 4

1121
SPN

First-Year Spanish II

Prerequisite: SPN1120. This course is a continuation of SPN1120. Successful completion of SPN1120 with a minimum grade of "C" is required. This course will continue to develop basic communicative skills in Spanish, including speaking, listening, writing and reading, and to apply those skills to gain knowledge of other cultures. By the end of this course, students will be able to communicate in Spanish about a variety of topics including health and the body, food, shopping, holidays, travel, relationships, professions, and the environment. A minimum grade of "C" in SPN1121 must be attained in order to enroll for SPN2200.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

1121H
SPN

Honors First Year Spanish II

Credit hours: 4

2200
SPN

Second-Year Spanish I

Prerequisites: ENC1101 and SPN1121 or equivalent. (Meets Philosophy/Religion Humanities requirement.) This course aims to develop intermediate communicative skills in Spanish, including speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Readings and audiovisual materials dealing with Spanish culture and civilization favor grammar review and expansion, as well as oral practice. This course is a Gordon Rule writing course in which students will produce extensive college-level writing and requires completion with a minimum grade of "C."

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2200H
SPN

Honors Second Year Spanish I

Credit hours: 3

2201
SPN

Second-Year Spanish II

Prerequisite: SPN2200 or consent of instructor. This course is a continuation of SPN2200 with emphasis on conversation with authentic cultural materials. Authentic listening, reading, and audiovisual materials based on everyday culture and civilization of people from Spain and Hispanic America, basic grammar review, intermediate-level grammar, and development of listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills in the intermediate level.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2201H
SPN

Honors Second Year Spanish II

Credit hours: 3

SPC - Speech Communication

1420
SPC

Group Discussion

Theory and practice in the process and dynamics of group discussion. Emphasis on techniques for the problem-solving or decision-making group.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1608
SPC

Introduction to Public Speaking

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENC1101. Verbal elements of public speaking (purpose, organization, development, style, and methods of presentation of the message and relationship of the message to specific audiences) and nonverbal elements of public speaking (body action, voice, and general bearing). Designed to meet the practical needs of the general student.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1608H
SPC

Honors-Introduction To Public Speaking

Credit hours: 3

2949
SPC

COOP/Work Experience/Speech

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

Language & Literature Faculty

Name Title Phone Email
Michalle Barnett Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2886 mbarnett@gulfcoast.edu
Amber Clark Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2872 aclark@gulfcoast.edu
Deicy Jimenez-Orozco Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2880 djimenez@gulfcoast.edu
Betty McKinnie Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2887 bmckinnie@gulfcoast.edu
Jason Mitchell Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2877 jpmitchell@gulfcoast.edu
Tabitha Parker Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2875 tparker5@gulfcoast.edu
Sandra Pugh Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2879 spugh@gulfcoast.edu
Katherine Riley Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2881 kriley4@gulfcoast.edu
Carol Schilling Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2882 cschilling@gulfcoast.edu
Henry Smith Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2873 hsmith@gulfcoast.edu
Douglas Wells Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2884 dwells@gulfcoast.edu
Patti Woodham Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2871 pwoodham@gulfcoast.edu
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