Office of International Programs
Please see the chart below for the UT Tyler equivalent of USM Abbey courses taught in spring 2012.
|USM Abbey Course||UT Tyler Course Equivalent|
|ART 130 - Art History Survey*||ART 1301 - Introduction to Art*|
|ART 492 - Leonardo Da Vinci||TBA|
|ENG 203 - World Literature**||ENGL 4368 - Literary Setting and Influence**|
|ENG 419 - Advanced English||ENGL 4355 - American Twentieth Century Literature|
|FRE 181 - Introductory French I||FREN 1401 - Beginning French I|
|FRE 182 - Continuing Intro. French II||FREN 1402 - Beginning French II|
|FRE 281 - Intermediate French I||FREN 2301 - Intermediate French I|
|FRE 282 - Intermediate French II||FREN 2301 - Intermediate French II|
|HIS 102 - World Civilizations***||HIST 2322 - World Civilizations II***|
|HIS 448 - The Holocaust||HIST 4397 - Topics in History|
|HIS 496 - Modern France||HIST 4397 - Topics in History|
*Course can be used to satisfy the Fine and Performing Arts section of the UT Tyler Core Curriculum.
**Course can be used to satisfy the World/European Literature section of the UT Tyler Core Curriculum.
***Course can be used to satisfy the Social and Behavioral Sciences section of the UT Tyler Core Curriculum.
NOTE: For students enrolling in any of the above listed French courses - Students pursuing a degree that requires four semesters of a single foreign language may not be able to complete an additional three semesters of French at UT Tyler.