Courses in modern languages are offered by the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures. Designated as ML, this body of courses includes offerings on pedagogy (e.g., ML 308) and on modern languages not regularly taught at John Carroll.

101. BEGINNING MODERN LANGUAGE I 3-4 cr. A language not traditionally or commonly taught. Intensive functional approach to the four language skills. Classroom, multimedia, computer-assisted instruction. Emphasis on listening, speaking, and pronunciation.

102. BEGINNING MODERN LANGUAGE II 3-4 cr. Prerequisite: ML 101 or equivalent. Amplification of language skills. Emphasis on reading and writing.

198A-198B. SUPERVISED STUDY 1-3 cr. (Formerly ML 191-192) Supervised independent study of language at the beginning level. May be repeated with a different topic.

199. SPECIAL TOPICS 1-3 cr. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Occasional course on a selected topic announced in advance. May be repeated with a different topic.

201-202. INTERMEDIATE MODERN LANGUAGE I, II 3 cr. each.Prerequisite: ML 102 or equivalent. Further development of the four language skills for communication in a cultural context; expanding of vocabulary, idiomatic usage, and grammar. ML 201 or equivalent prerequisite for ML 202.

298A-298B. INTERMEDIATE SUPERVISED STUDY 1-3 cr.Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised independent study of language at the intermediate level. May be repeated with a different topic.

299. SPECIAL TOPICS 1-3 cr. Occasional course on a selected topic announced in advance. May be repeated with a different topic.

301-302. ADVANCED MODERN LANGUAGE I, II 3 cr. each.Prerequisite: ML 202 or equivalent. Advanced study of the four language skills for communication in a cultural context; expansion of vocabulary, idiomatic usage, and grammar. ML 301 or equivalent prerequisite for ML 302.

308. TEACHING LANGUAGES 3 cr. Prerequisite: ML 202 or equivalent in a classical or modern language. Basic introduction to the construction of languages, the theoretical underpinnings of teaching foreign languages, and the application of these theories. Students reflect on their own development as language learners and future educators. Required for students seeking foreign language teaching licensure.

398. ADVANCED SUPERVISED STUDY 1-3 cr. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised independent study. May be repeated with a different topic.

399. SPECIAL TOPICS 1-3 cr. Occasional course on a selected topic announced in advance. May be repeated with a different topic.