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All C-LAC sections are divided according to language, but the actual C-LAC sections offered will vary from semester to semester depending on the primary courses to which they are tied.

All students registered in the primary and cross-listed courses to which a C-LAC section is attached (regardless of the section number), and who have the required language ability level for that particular section (as determined by the instructor), will be able to register for the C-LAC section. Also, any students who have taken those courses in the past and have the necessary proficiency in the target language will be able to register in the associated C-LAC sections if they wish.

In the case of less commonly taught languages (all but Spanish, French and German), some exceptions could be made to allow students into the corresponding C-LAC sections even if they are not registered in the main course or they have not taken the course in the past. This will be done on a case by case basis, and will require the permission of the C-LAC coordinator.

C-LAC sections should normally meet at least ten times during the semester, each session lasting approximately 1 hour. However, C-LAC sections that center around research/writing projects and require significant independent work may meet a minimum of five times during the course of the semester. Some meetings may be replaced by online discussions, primarily in Blackboard, but also in chat-board discussions or blogs.

CLAC 250 Spanish: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic Spanish materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in Spanish or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 251 French: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic French materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in French or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 252 Italian: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic Italian materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in Italian or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 253 German: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic German materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in German or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 254 Russian: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic Russian materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in Russian or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 255 Chinese: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic Chinese materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in Chinese or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 256 Japanese: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic Japanese materials relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
COM2 proficiency in Japanese or permission of instructor and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 257 Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum: Other
Units: .25
Description
Students will be guided in their study and discussion of authentic materials in another language relevant to materials in the primary course. Pass/fail grade only.
Prerequisites
Permission of department and registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past. Some exceptions might be made.

CLAC 388 CLAC Internship
Units: .25
Description
Selected CLAC assistants lead Languages Across the Curriculum sections of courses in various languages. Internship credit does not count toward a major or minor in the language. No more than 1.5 units of internship in any one department and 3.5 units of internship overall may be counted toward required degree units.
Prerequisites
Registration in the course to which the CLAC section is connected or having taken the primary course in the past, selection by CLAC faculty coordinator and approval of the primary course instructor.