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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Hungarian 535 Courses in Hungarian  

Courses in Hungarian


Introductory Courses

Beginners, or students with less than two years of Hungarian in secondary school, normally take 01:535:101,102. Students who have had two or more years of Hungarian in secondary school normally take 01:535:201,202. Students from homes in which Hungarian is spoken but who have not had academic training in the language normally take 01:535:121 before taking 01:535:201,202. Native speakers of Hungarian with academic training in the language must receive departmental permission before enrolling in any course.

01:535:101,102 Elementary Hungarian (4,4) Basic course emphasizing the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
01:535:121 Intensive Elementary Hungarian (4) Intensive review of grammar, reading, writing, and vocabulary building, together with development of communicative skills.
01:535:201,202 Intermediate Hungarian (4,4) Continued development of language skills in Hungarian. Prerequisite: 01:535:102 or 121 or equivalent.
01:535:301 Conversation (3) Designed to develop fluency in spoken Hungarian. Emphasis on listening, speaking, and interpretation skills. Development of active language skills through formal instruction and supervised foreign language immersion at the Hungarian Heritage Center.
Prerequisite: 01:535:202 or equivalent.
01:535:303 Internship in Hungarian (3) Development of active language skills through formal instruction and supervised foreign language immersion at the Hungarian Heritage Center.  
Prerequisites: 01:535:301 or equivalent and permission of instructor.
01:535:305 Hungarian Language Laboratory (1) Instructor-guided laboratory practicum based on intensive use of media and designed for the improvement of aural/oral skills. Practice involves the use of text-related and other audio and video material, individual and group work, and recording of student speech for evaluation of pronunciation and fluency. Pre- or corequisite: 01:535:259 or 301.
01:535:321 Poetry (3) Readings in the history of Hungarian literature. Emphasis on selected poets who led to the development of Hungarian literary consciousness. Prerequisite: 01:535:202 or equivalent.
01:535:355 Translation (3) Translation of advanced-level texts from Hungarian into English. Vocabulary building, linguistic and stylistic problems, contrastive analysis with texts selected from various genres, including the media. Prerequisite: 01:535:202 or equivalent.
01:535:401 Advanced Grammar, Stylistics, and Composition (3) Intensive study of selected Hungarian grammatical forms and structures. Study and practice in composition. Analysis and imitation of writing styles and forms, vocabulary development, and orthography. Frequent writing exercises.
Prerequisites: 01:535:301 and permission of instructor.
01:535:402 Advanced Writing Workshop (3) Intensive study of selected Hungarian grammatical forms and structures. Study and practice in composition. Analysis and imitation of writing styles and forms, vocabulary development, and orthography. Frequent writing exercises. Prerequisites: 01:535:401 and permission of instructor.
01:535:403 Advanced Internship in Hungarian (3) Supervised training in a Hungarian business firm, social service agency, or nonprofit organization. Weekly discussion of situations and practices arising from internship experience.
Prerequisites: 400-level Hungarian course with a grade of B or better or equivalent and permission of instructor.
01:535:490 Seminar (3) Specific problems of Hungarian literature and language. Content varies each semester. Paper required. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
01:535:493,494 Independent Study (3,3) Independent reading under supervision of a member of the department. Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor.
 
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