Modern Languages & Literatures | CSULA

8/17/2015

MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES MAJORS AND MINORS, PLEASE SEE THE CHART BELOW TO DETERMINE THE CLASSES YOU WOULD TAKE UNDER SEMESTERS TO COMPLETE YOUR PROGRAMS.

SEMESTER CONVERSION TABLE
QUARTERS SEMESTERS
CHIN 200A CHIN 2001
CHIN 200B CHIN 2001 and CHIN 2002
CHIN 200C CHIN 2002
CHIN 300A CHIN 3001
CHIN 300B CHIN 3001
CHIN 305 CHIN 3050
CHIN 310 CHIN 3100
CHIN 315 CHIN 3150
CHIN 320 CHIN 3220
CHIN 322 CHIN 3220
CHIN 350 CHIN 3800
CHIN 380 CHIN 3800
CHIN 401 CHIN 4010
CHIN 402 CHIN 3150
CHIN 403 CHIN 4030
CHIN 408 CHIN 4080
CHIN 410 CHIN 4100
CHIN 420 CHIN 4280
CHIN 422 CHIN 4280 or CHIN 4540
CHIN 426 CHIN 4260
CHIN 428 CHIN 4280
CHIN 451 CHIN 4510
CHIN 452 CHIN 4520
CHIN 454L CHIN 4540
CHIN 454P CHIN 4541
CHIN 460 CHIN 4600
FREN 200A FREN 2001
FREN 200B FREN 2001 and FREN 2002
FREN 200C FREN 2002
FREN 299 FREN 2990
FREN 300A FREN 3001
FREN 300B FREN 3002
FREN 301 FREN 3010
FREN 305 FREN 3050
FREN 310A FREN 3100
FREN 310B FREN 4010, FREN 4015, FREN 4110, or FREN 4115
FREN 401 FREN 4010
FREN 410 FREN 4100
FREN 411 FREN 4110
FREN 412 FREN 4120
FREN 413 FREN 4130
FREN 450 FREN 4500
FREN 451 FREN 4510
FREN 454 FREN 4540
FREN 471 FREN 4719
JAPN 300A JAPN 3001
JAPN 300B JAPN 3001 and JAPN 3002
JAPN 307 JAPN 3070
JAPN 310 JAPN 3100
JAPN 311 JAPN 3110
JAPN 315 JAPN 3150
JAPN 320 JAPN 3200
JAPN 380 JAPN 3800
JAPN 400A JAPN 3600
JAPN 400B JAPN 3600
JAPN 400C JAPN 3600
JAPN 403 JAPN 4030
JAPN 408 JAPN 4080
JAPN 410 JAPN 4100
JAPN 450 JAPN 4500
JAPN 454L JAPN 4054
JAPN 454P JAPN 4154
JAPN 460 JAPN 4600
KOR 200A KOR 2001
KOR 200B KOR 2001 and KOR 2002
KOR 200C KOR 2002
KOR 300A KOR 3001
KOR 300B KOR 3001 and KOR 3002
KOR 300C KOR 3002
KOR 310 KOR 3100
KOR 311 KOR 3110
KOR 320 KOR 3200
KOR 395 KOR 3950
KOR 397 KOR 3970
KOR 400A KOR 4001
KOR 400B KOR 4001 and KOR 4002
KOR 400C KOR 4002
KOR 408 KOR 4080
KOR 410 KOR 4100
ML 150 ML 1010
ML 396 ML 4960
ML 399 ML 3990
ML 400 ML 4000
ML 403 ML 4960
ML 450 ML 4000
MUS 458 MUS 4580
SPAN 105 SPAN 1050
SPAN 200A SPAN 2001
SPAN 200B SPAN 2001 and SPAN 2002
SPAN 200C SPAN 2002
SPAN 205A SPAN 1050 and SPAN 2050
SPAN 205B SPAN 2050
SPAN 300A SPAN 3001
SPAN 300B SPAN 3002
SPAN 305 SPAN 3050
SPAN 310 SPAN 3100
SPAN 315 SPAN 3150
SPAN 320 SPAN 3200
SPAN 350 SPAN 3800
SPAN 351 SPAN 3800
SPAN 380 SPAN 3800
SPAN 395N SPAN 3950
SPAN 397 SPAN 3970
SPAN 400A SPAN 4000
SPAN 400B SPAN 4000
SPAN 401 SPAN 4010
SPAN 402 SPAN 3200
SPAN 403 SPAN 3200
SPAN 408 SPAN 4080
SPAN 410 SPAN 4100
SPAN 411 SPAN 4110
SPAN 413 SPAN 4130
SPAN 414 SPAN 4140
SPAN 417 SPAN 4170
SPAN 418 SPAN 4181
SPAN 419 SPAN 4830
SPAN 421 SPAN 4210
SPAN 426 SPAN 4260
SPAN 428 SPAN 4260 
SPAN 429 SPAN 4830
SPAN 431 SPAN 4310
SPAN 440 SPAN 3400, ML 3003 or ML 3009
SPAN 445 SPAN 4450
SPAN 450 SPAN 4450 or SPAN 4600
SPAN 454L SPAN 4540
SPAN 454P SPAN 4541
SPAN 459 SPAN 4590
SPAN 472 SPAN 4720
SPAN 483 SPAN 4830
SPAN 485 SPAN 4850
SPAN 500 SPAN 5000
SPAN 501 SPAN 5010
SPAN 504 SPAN 5040
SPAN 507 SPAN 5070
SPAN 510 SPAN 5100
SPAN 540 SPAN 5400
SPAN 545 SPAN 5450
SPAN 575 SPAN 5750
SPAN 583 SPAN 5830
SPAN 596 SPAN 5960
SPAN 598 SPAN 5980
  For all other courses, please see an advisor.

7/29/2015

HERE IS WHAT SOME OF OUR MLL GRADUATES ARE UP TO:

  • Nicolás Alemán (B.A. and M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Whittier College
  • Liliana Arcos (M.A. in Spanish) -- Transcribing and Translation Services, Monterey Park
  • Jesús Arellano (B.A. and M.A. in Spanish), GE Advisor, California State University, Los Angeles
  • Pilar Asensio Manrique (M.A. in Spanish) -- Senior Lector, Yale University
  • Hiroko Arndt (B.A. in Japanese) -- Instructor, Arcadia High School
  • Alejandro Barco (B.A. in Spanish, current M.A. candidate) -- Instructor, Burbank High School
  • Suzel Bertrand (B.A. in French) -- Instructor, Ouchi High School
  • Lidia Bravo (M.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, Sacred Heart High School
  • Wendi Brown (B.A. in French) -- Instructor, East Los Angeles College
  • Eduardo Cabrera (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Millikin University
  • Froylán Cabuto (B.A. and M.A in Spanish) -- Professor and Department Chair, Cerritos College
  • Julio Cervantes (B.A. in French) -- Computer Technician, LAUSD
  • Lichuan Chiu (B.A. in Chinese) -- Doctoral Candidate, Beijing Normal University
  • Stefani Collins (M.A. in French) -- Instructor, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
  • Aline Escudero (B.A. in Spanish) -- Certified Court Interpreter, Language Line Services
  • Javier Galván (M.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, Santa Ana Community College
  • Sonia Gaspar (B.A. in French) -- Instructor, Lycée International de Los Angeles
  • Deborah Gill (B.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Pennsylvania State University
  • Valentín González Bohórquez -- Professor, Biola University
  • Sid Gurule (B.A. in French) -- Instructor, Claremont High School
  • Arthur Holt (B.A. in French) -- Legal and Financial Proofreader
  • Ana Cecilia Iraheta (B.A. and M.A. in Spanish) -- Doctoral Candidate, University of Minnesota
  • Keita Kadono (B.A. in Japanese) -- Dean of Students, West High School
  • Dale A. Koike (B.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, University of Texas at Austin
  • Elvira López Vilches (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, North Carolina State University
  • Amado Machorro (B.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, Loyola High School
  • Jorge Marí (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, North Carolina State University
  • Kathleen McClure (B.A. in Spanish) -- Executive Director of Human Resources at San Rafael City Schools
  • Gabriela Mirando-Recinos (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Johanna Monon-Manoukian (B.A. in French) -- Attorney at Law
  • Daisy Muniz (B.A. in French) -- Textbook Manager, University of Redlands
  • María Muñoz Nebbia (B.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, Glendale Community College
  • Othón Olivas (B.A. Spanish) -- Instructor, East Los Angeles Community College
  • Malena Orozco-Otero (B.A. in Spanish) -- Director of Human Resources, PUC Schools
  • Ranko Petrovic (B.A. in Spanish) -- Co-founder of Last Chanz Productions Studio
  • Manuel Ramírez (M.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, New York City Department of Education
  • Ulysses Ramos (B.A. in French and Japanese) -- Instructor, Nogales High School
  • Anli Andy Rao (B.A. in Chinese) -- Professional Guide for Chinese Tours in the US
  • José Neftalí Recinos (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Emmanuelle Remy (M.A. in French) -- Instructor, Webb Schools and Pasadena City College
  • Cristián Ricci (B.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, University of California, Merced
  • Elyse Ritchey (M.A. in French) -- PhD candidate at UC Berkeley
  • Marcela Rojas (M.A. in Spanish) -- Professor, Azusa Pacific University
  • Cecilia Salvi (M.A. in Spanish) -- Doctoral Candidate, CUNY
  • Ryuichi Tsuchiya (B.A. in Japanese) -- Instructor, Artesia High School
  • Kelly Tutko (M.A. in French) -- Instructor, Bishop Montgomery High School
  • Ha Duy Van (B.A. in Chinese) -- Graduate Student, California State University, Fullerton
  • Anne Marie Verner (M.A. in French) -- Instructor, Mark Keppel High School
  • Esther Vogel (M.A. in Spanish) -- Instructor, Mount San Antonio College
  • George Weedlin (B.A. in Chinese) -- EVA Airlines
  • Maurice Williams (B.A. in Spanish) -- Managing Attorney at Law Office, Greater New York
  • Matthew Winters (B.A. in Chinese) -- Graduate Student, Columbia University
  • Sofía Wolhein (B.A. in Spanish) -- Graduate Student, Northern Arizona University
  • Yinying Wu (B.A. in Chinese) -- Graduate Student, California State University, Fullerton

4/24/2015

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11/05/2010
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FOR TEACHER CERTIFICATION IN JAPANESE
CSULA is pleased to announce that with support from the Japan Foundation, in Winter 2011 it will offer $300-$1000 per person tuition subsidies for primary or secondary school teachers of the Japanese language who need university credits or units toward renewing or receiving their teacher certification. Please click here for information about available courses. The application form can be downloaded by clicking here. The application form must be signed and sent by mail or fax to the contacting address listed in the form. The application deadline is December 1st, 2010.

11/25/2009 Effective Fall 2009
ML 396 & ML 403
ML 396 and ML 403, required courses for single subject credential students in French, Japanese, and Spanish, will not be offered next year (AY 2010-11). Those who need these courses should take them this year (ML 396 in Winter 2010 and ML 403 in Spring 2010).

ML 400
ML 400, a required course for all language majors, will be offered only in Spring quarter, starting next year. Those who are graduating before Spring 2011 should take it in Spring 2010.

SPANISH CREATIVE WRITING BA OPTION
Spanish Creative Writing BA Option is suspended until further notice.

THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT FOR FRENCH MAJORS
French majors who entered the BA program in Fall 2009 or later are subject to the second foreign language requirement (1 year [12 quarter units] of college-level language studies other than English and French.

ML 450
All language majors who entered the BA program in Fall 2009 or later are subject to taking ML 450 during one of the last two quarters before graduation.

05/20/2008
MA SPANISH
TRANSITION FROM CONDITIONAL TO CLASSIFIED STATUS

Effective Fall 2007, all conditional courses must be satisfied with 3.0 GPA before students can be classified.  Consideration will be made under reasonable circumstances (e.g., only linguistics courses are left to be taken) to move prerequisites to corequisites, so that students could take 400-level elective courses on their program without being classified.
 

Effective Fall 2007
NEW LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
CHINESE AND JAPANESE BA PROGRAMS:

The Chinese and Japanese BA programs require one-year (12 quarter units) of first-year college level language studies other than English and the target language (the language in which you are majoring) before graduation.

FRENCH AND SPANISH MA PROGRAMS:
The French and Spanish MA programs require one-year (12 quarter units) of first-year college level language studies other than English and the target language (the language in which you are pursuing an MA degree) before advancement to candidacy (before completing the first 16 units of the courses on your MA program).

05/14/2007
To the students who plan to take ML 396:
ML 396 Early Field Experience in Language Teaching is a fieldwork course. In order to conduct your fieldwork, you need to have (1) a Certificate of Character and Identification Clearance and (2) TB skin test clearance. It takes long time to get a Certificate of Character and Identification Clearance. Therefore, please start the application process immediately if you plan to take ML 396 in Winter 2008. For more information, please read a webpage about ML 396 requirements.

01/08/2007
Summer Intensive Korean will be offered at Cal State LA in Summer 2007. This program is part of a strategic language initiative that is designed to provide selected students with the opportunity to study Korean language and culture over a multi-year period, and will include subsidized study abroad in South Korea for the 2007 participants and subsidized campus housing for the 2008 participants. For more information, please go to the page for Summer Intensive Korean.

05/29/2006
New Programs in French, Japanese, and Spanish will start from Summer 2006. Please click here to see the new program course requirements.
Note: If you entered the program before July 2006, and plan to get single subject credential, but have not taken ML496 as of June 2006, you must take ML 396.