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2007-08 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

AMH 4585 Latino/a Culture
Credits: 3.
Provides an historical overview of the development of Latino/a culture in the United States.

FOT 4800 Translation Studies Practicum
Credits: 3; Prereq: FOT 4801 and FOT 4812C.
Practical training for advanced translation students in a free-lance or job environment, using computer-assisted translation tools. By working closely with a mentor, professional experience in translation is required.

FOT 4801 Theory and Practice of Translation
Credits: 3; Prereq: instructor permission.
Theory, history and practice of translation, focusing on approaches to the acquisition of translation skills.

FOT 4803 Translation for the Professions
Credits: 3; Prereq: FOT 4801.
This course includes technical, contractual, film, multi-media and medical translation.

FOT 4806 Translation for Diplomacy, Law, and European Union Issues
Credits: 3; Prereq: FOT 4801.
This course focuses on international, hemispheric, and European Union issues in translation, government translation is also covered.

FOT 4810 Advanced Translation Workshop
Credits: 3 to 3; Prereq: FOT 4801.
Advanced seminar focusing on special topics in translation. Topics will rotate and will include literary translation, translation history and criticism, cross-cultural communications and translation, ethics and the philosophy of translation.

FOT 4812C Terminology and Computer-assisted Translation
Credits: 3; Prereq: FOT 4801.
This course will cover the theoretical and practical aspects of terminology management and computer-assisted translation (CAT). The practical aspect will consist of training in computer-assisted translation, including the use of CAT tools.

LAS 2001 Latin American Civilization
Credits: 3.
Interdisciplinary introduction to the study of Latin American societies and cultures. The course provides students with a general knowledge of Latin America and its people, preparing students for future course work in Latin American Studies. (H, S, I)

LAS 4905 Individual Work
Credits: 1 to 3; can be repeated with different subjects up to 10 credits.
Qualified students may choose a topic on Latin America that cuts across disciplines, to work under the supervision of a faculty member affiliated to the Center for Latin American Studies, who will sign the form (see Ms. Carter at 316 Grinter).

LAS 4935 Latin America Area Seminar
Credits: 3; can be repeated with change in content up to 9 credits.
These are multidisciplinary seminars offered on different topics each semester. Required of all candidates for the undergraduate certificate and minor in Latin American Studies. (WR)

LAS 4956 Overseas Studies
Credits: 1 to 15; can be repeated with change in topic up to 15 credits. Prereq: Permission of undergraduate adviser.
This revolving topics course provides a mechanism by which course work taken abroad as part of an approved student program can be recorded on the transcript and counted toward UF graduation.

General Education Categories
Consult Schedule of Courses for specific information.

  • Biological Sciences (B)
  • Composition (C)
  • Diversity (D)*
  • Humanities (H)
  • International (N)*
  • Mathematics (M)
  • Physical Sciences (P)
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences (S)

* Students who entered UF prior to Summer B 2007 and/or whose catalog year is not 2007-08: Current students who have not already completed six hours of "I" - international/diversity credits can do so now by taking "D" and "N" courses.

Symbols Used in Course Descriptions

  • (WR) indicates the course satisfies the writing requirement.
  • (MR) indicates the course satisfies the math requirement.
  • (S-U) indicates the course may be taken on a satisfactory-unsatisfactory basis.
  • Refer to the Schedule of Courses for specific information.