To expand upon and improve the student’s knowledge of French.  To introduce new vocabulary and grammar.  To enable the student to speak and read French at an advanced level.

Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

1.     Develop skills in reading, writing and interpreting French text in an advanced level.

2.     Deal orally in predictable and unpredictable scenarios in both formal and informal registers.

3.     Obtain information about familiar and unfamiliar topics through listening.

4.     Produce written reports that describe and comment upon present, future and past events with an appropriate degree of grammatical accuracy and cultural competence.

5.     Develop a French vocabulary.

6.     Demonstrate an understanding of the French culture.



Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

1. Express an understanding in basic French language for daily life exchanges. 

2. Develop skills in reading, writing and interpreting French text required in the filling of forms.

3. Deal orally with predictable day-to-day activities in both formal and informal registers.

4. List and explain French dishes and their meaning.

5. Produce written description of a person with an appropriate degree of grammatical accuracy and cultural competence.

6. Develop a French vocabulary.


Course purpose and objectives

To expand upon and improve the student’s knowledge of Greek. To introduce new vocabulary and grammar. To enable the student to speak and read Greek at an intermediate level.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the following: 

1. Develop skills in reading, writing and interpreting Greek text in an advanced level.

2. Deal orally in predictable and unpredictable scenarios in both formal and informal registers.

3. Obtain information about familiar and unfamiliar topics through listening.

4. Produce written reports that describe and comment upon present, future and past events with an appropriate degree of grammatical accuracy and cultural competence.

5. Demonstrate an understanding of the culture and traditions of Greek speaking population.

6. Develop a Greek vocabulary.


Course purpose and Objectives

The aim of this course is to study the language and culture of Greek speaking tourists and colleagues in the hospitality industry. Students will develop rudimentary listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Greek, and will study cultural, geographical and historical aspects of Greek and other large Greek-speaking populations. Emphasis is given to developing awareness and understanding of cultural differences, and non-biased attitudes toward cultures from our own.


Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course students will be able to: 

1.      Express an understanding in basic Greek language for day to day life exchanges.

2.      Develop skills in reading, writing and interpreting Greek text.

3.      Deal orally with predictable day-to-day activities in both formal and informal registers.

4.      Produce a written description of a person with an appropriate degree of grammatical accuracy and cultural competence.

5.      Discuss the history, culture and traditions of Greek speaking population.

6.      Count to 1,000,000 and beyond in Greek

7.      Develop a Greek vocabulary.