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Social Science General Education Requirements
Georgetown College
All students except those majoring in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, or Physics (B.S.), satisfy their Social Science requirement by taking two courses in one of the following fields: Anthropology, Government, Economics, Linguistics, Psychology, or Sociology. In addition to courses in the Linguistics department, the following courses count toward the Social Science requirement as linguistic courses:
  • ARAB-492 Arabic Dialectology
  • ARAB-520 History of Arabic Linguistics
  • FREN-291 Making Sense of Language
  • FREN-391 Fundamentals of Teaching French
  • FREN-491 The French Language in the Francophone World
  • FREN-492 History of the French Language I
  • FREN-493 History of the French Language II
  • GERM-292 German Language: Social Constructions
  • ITAL-315 Le Altre Italie: Italy and the Culture of Contemporary Ethnic Identity
  • ITAL-391 History of the Italian Language
  • ITAL-393 Contemporary Italian and its Regional Varieties
  • ITAL-394 Italian American Language, Literature, and Film
  • JAPN-372 Readings in Language and Culture
  • JAPN-391 Topics in Japanese Linguistics
  • JAPN-392 Issues in the Acquisition of Japanese
  • RUSS-393 Russian Phonology
  • RUSS-451 Structure of Russian
  • RUSS-491 History of the Russian Language
  • SPAN-210 Intro to Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN-312 Morphology: From Latin to modern Spanish
  • SPAN-313 Bilingualism: The mind and its context
  • SPAN-315 Spanish Phonetics
  • SPAN-396 SEM: Spanish Sociolinguistics
  • SPAN-426 Spanish Dialectology
  • SPAN-523 History of Spanish Language
Students majoring in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics (B.S.) do not have a Social Science requirement.
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