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C-LAC Sections

Fall 2016

Students signing up for C-LAC courses must be registered in the main course and must have completed the COM2 requirement in the target language.

More sections are being added. Please check back frequently for the most updated information.


ACCT202: FUNDAMENTALS - undergraduate
Dr. Gyung Paik
C-LAC Option: Korean

Art History

ARTH315: ITALIAN RENAISNC - undergraduate
Dr. Elena Calvillo
C-LAC Option: Italian


HIST249: 20TH CENT EUROPE - undergraduate
Dr. David Brandenberger
C-LAC Option: French

Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies

LAIS455: BARCA:TEXT&CTY - undergraduate
Dr. Sharon Feldman
C-LAC Option: Catalan

Languages, Literatures & Cultures

LLC256: PSYCHOANALYSIS - undergraduate
Dr. Tom Bonfiglio
C-LAC Option: Spanish, French, Italian, and German

LLC211: READING TO LIVE - undergraduate
Dr. Olivier Delers
C-LAC Option: French, Spanish

LLC346: INSIDERS/OUTSIDERS - undergraduate
Dr. Martin Sulzer-Reichel
C-LAC Option: German, Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Greek


SOC230: SOCLGY OF AFRICA - undergraduate
Dr. Dixon Abreu & Dr. Elizabeth Ransom
C-LAC Option: Portuguese


C-LAC sections will appear on Bannerweb under Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum. Current course listings with a C-LAC component will appear under the appropriate language category. For example: An Economics 102 course with a C-LAC Spanish section will display as:

C-LAC    250    01    AS    1.000    SPAN LAC: ECONOMICS 102

Students will be able to register for these courses after the first round of registration has passed. During the first week of the semester, professors who teach courses with a C-LAC component will announce it in class, introduce the C-LAC assistant (if any) to the students, allow for some time for questions and answers and pass around a scheduling form for those who are registered.

Contact Information

Questions about the Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum Program (C-LAC) should be directed to Anthony Russell.