Undergraduate Modern Languages Overview
Language courses offered in:
Chinese and Spanish
The University of Illinois at Springfield offers classes in Chinese and Spanish. A minor in Spanish is also offered.
Modern Languages classes are kept small to ensure individual attention. Course offerings in Modern Languages are listed in the current course schedule under the LNG course prefix. Permission of the instructor is required to enroll.
Central Illinois Foreign Language and International Studies Consortium
UIS students may also apply to study (for UIS credit) the foreign languages offered at Lincoln Land Community College, Benedictine University, Illinois College, and MacMurray College through the Central Illinois Foreign Language and International Studies Consortium. Please contact the Modern Languages office for information.
Students can obtain proficiency credit by completing a proficiency exam conducted by Modern Languages faculty. Proficiency testing is available in the languages that we typically offer, but is ultimately contingent upon the availability of faculty in those languages. Students seeking proficiency testing in languages that our program does not offer will be responsible for arranging for an examiner to work with our office to complete the testing.
Students must obtain a grade of C or higher (grades of C- or lower will not be accepted) to advance to the next level of language course work.
Modern Language Courses
Note: Language availability is subject to change on a semester-by-semester basis. Students should consult with the department to determine availability.
|LNG 295||Foreign Language Competency||4|
|LNG 141||Elementary Chinese I||3|
|LNG 142||Elementary Chinese II||3|
|LNG 241||Intermediate Chinese I||4|
|LNG 242||Intermediate Chinese II||4|
|LNG 121||Elementary Spanish I||3|
|LNG 122||Elementary Spanish II||3|
|LNG 221||Intermediate Spanish I||4|
|LNG 222||Intermediate Spanish II||4|
|LNG 225||Spanish Language Immersion and Latinoamerican Cultures||4|