PY.250.001.  English Level 1.  

This intensive course develops the English skills of listening and speaking necessary for success in Peabody classes. Placement is determined through an entrance exam and a personal interview. Graduate students placed in this course are required to complete it with a grade of B or better and to enroll in English Level 2 in their second year at Peabody. Attendance is mandatory.

PY.250.002.  English Level I.  

This intensive one-year course develops the English skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing necessary for success in Peabody classes. Placement is determined through an entrance exam and a personal interview. Students placed in this class must complete the course with a grade of B or better in order to proceed with their degree requirements. Attendance is mandatory.

Prerequisite(s): PY.250.001[C]

PY.250.007.  English Level 2 - Grad Studies.  

This intensive course for international graduate students develops English skills for academic success. The first semester emphasizes oral communication, including listening and note taking, class discussion, and conversation; academic vocabulary, reading and writing; and cultural differences in and out of the classroom. The second semester concentrates on expository writing, especially resource-based writing, self-evaluation, and editing; critical reading; and informal and formal presentations. Placement is determined through an entrance exam and a personal interview. Students placed in this class must complete the course with a grade of B or better in order to proceed with their degree requirements. Attendance is mandatory.

PY.250.008.  English II - Grad Studies.  

This intensive course for international graduate students develops English skills for academic success. The first semester emphasizes oral communication, including listening, note taking, class discussion, presentations, academic vocabulary, and cultural differences in and out of the classroom. The second semester concentrates on expository writing, editing, and critical reading. Placement is determined through an entrance exam and a personal interview. Students placed in this class must complete the course with a grade of B or better in order to proceed with their degree requirements. Attendance is mandatory.

Prerequisite(s): PY.250.007[C]

PY.250.099.  Pre-Conservatory ESL.  
PY.250.111.  Italian 1a.  4 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of the four language skills: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Concentrating on practical everyday situations, the course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of Italian. Open to undergraduates only.

PY.250.112.  Italian I.  4 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing, this course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of Italian. Portions of the course are conducted online. Open to undergraduates only. Non-voice majors may take this course for elective credit after completing the full Humanities Core Curriculum.

Prerequisite(s): PY.250.111[C]

PY.250.121.  German 1a.  3 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of the four language skills: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Concentrating on practical everyday situations, the course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of German. Open to undergraduates only.

PY.250.122.  German I.  3 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of the four language skills: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Concentrating on practical everyday situations, the course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of German. Open to undergraduates only.

Prerequisite(s): PY.250.121[C]

PY.250.131.  French 1a.  3 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of the four language skills: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Concentrating on practical everyday situations, the course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of French. Open to undergraduates only.

PY.250.132.  French I.  3 Credits.  

A thorough study of the fundamentals of comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing, this course aims to provide students with the vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical structures needed to achieve a functional use of French. Open to undergraduates only. Non-voice majors may take this course for elective credit after completing the full Humanities Core Curriculum.

Prerequisite(s): PY.250.131[C]