Moraine Valley Community College || Communications/Foreign Languages/Literature || Courses Offered, Course Formats

Courses Offered, Course Formats

Communications
COM-101 Composition I
COM-102 Composition II
COM-103 Speech Fundamentals
COM-106 Creative Writing, Poetry
COM-107 Creative Writing, Fiction
COM-111 Technical Communications I
COM-112 Technical Communications II
COM-120 Introduction to Linguistics
COM-123 Applied Forensics
COM-125 Tutoring Internship
COM-151-154 Student Publications Seminar
COM-201 Business and Technical Writing
COM-203 Interpersonal Communication

Literature
LIT-205 Children's Literature
LIT-213 American Literature I
LIT-214 American Literature II
LIT-215 Bible as Literature I
LIT-216 Bible as Literature II
LIT-217 Introduction to Poetry
LIT-218 Introduction to Drama
LIT-219 Women in Literature
LIT-220 Introduction to Fiction
LIT-221 English Literature I
LIT-222 English Literature II
LIT-223 Western Literature I
LIT-224 Western Literature II
LIT-225 Shakespeare
LIT-226 Literature of the Non-Western World
LIT-228 Latin American Literature
LIT-280 Anyone for Tennyson?
LIT-299 Independent Study in Literature

Arabic
ARB-101 Arabic I
ARB-102 Arabic II
ARB-201 Arabic III
ARB-202 Arabic IV

French
FRE-101 French I
FRE-102 French II
FRE-201 French III
FRE-202 French IV

German
GER-101 German I
GER-102 German II
GER-201 German III
GER-202 German IV

Spanish
SPA-101 Spanish I
SPA-102 Spanish II
SPA-105 Career Spanish for Business
SPA-105 Career Spanish for Business II
SPA-115 Career Spanish for Health Care I
SPA-116 Career Spanish for Health Care II
SPA-125 Career Spanish for Law Enforcement I
SPA-126 Career Spanish for Law Enforcement II
SPA-201 Spanish III
SPA-202 Spanish IV
SPA-205 Conversational Spanish
SPA-210 Spanish Culture and Civilization
SPA-212 Latin America Culture and Civilization
SPA-213 Introduction to Hispanic Literature


Course Formats

  • Internet Courses
    Courses are taught using the Internet. Students access materials, participate in discussions, and interact with the instructor using an Internet-enabled computer. Students must have basic computer skills, learn independently, and use their Moraine Valley e-mail address.
  • Internet Hybrid Courses
    Students come to campus for a significant portion of the class, but complete the majority of activities using the Internet. Students must plan to come to campus for class meetings. Students also must have basic computer skills, learn independently, and use their Moraine Valley e-mail address.
  • Internet Enhanced Courses
    Students are expected to come to campus for all class meetings and use the Internet to supplement face-to-face class activities.
  • Extension Centers
    Courses offered at the college's extension center make classes accessible at convenient neighborhood locations.