Study Programme
Academic year 2014-2015
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy Ghent University
Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Literature -- French - Greek (v11)
Language of instruction Dutch
Valid as from the academic year 2014-2015
ABTALEFG11.1 General Courses
ABTALEFG11.1.1 Shared Faculty Requirements
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
History of Philosophy
Tim De Mey LW01
3
1
1
30
90
Historical Criticism
Marc Boone LW03
3
1
1
30
90
Introduction to Modern European Literature
Bart Keunen LW07
3
1
1
30
90
4
Introduction to Text-Linguistics
Ludovic De Cuypere LW06
3
1
2
30
90
5
Visual Culture: Art in Historical Context
Koenraad Jonckheere LW17
3
1
2
30
90
2
3
ABTALEFG11.1.2 Study-specific General Courses
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
5
1
2
45
150
2
European Languages in Contact: History
and Methodology
General Linguistics: Theories and Methods
Gunnar De Boel LW07
Klaas Willems LW06
5
2
1
45
150
3
Theory of Literature
Jurgen Pieters LW07
5
2
1
45
150
ABTALEFG11.2 Courses Related to the Main Subject
Subscribe to 145 credit units from 2 submodules from the following list.
ABTALEFG11.2.1 Languages
ABTALEFG11.2.1.1 French
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
French: Language Proficiency I [fr]
Pascale Hadermann LW06
5
1
1
1
45
150
2
French: Language Proficiency II [fr]
Pascale Hadermann LW06
5
1
1
2
45
150
3
French Linguistics I [fr]
Peter Lauwers LW06
5
1
2
2
45
150
French Literature I [fr]
Jean Mainil LW07
5
1
2
1
45
150
French Language Proficiency III [fr]
Pascale Hadermann LW06
5
2
3
1
45
150
6
French Civilization [fr]
Alexander Roose LW07
3
2
3
2
30
90
7
French Linguistics II [fr]
Marleen Van Peteghem LW06
4
2
3
1
45
120
French Linguistics III [fr]
Marleen Van Peteghem LW06
3
2
4
2
30
90
French Literature II
Alexander Roose LW07
5
2
3
2
45
150
Jean Mainil LW07
5
2
4
2
45
150
4
5
8
9
10 French Literature III [fr]
ABTALEFG11.2.1.1.1 Optional Choice
Subscribe to no less than 15 and no more than 20 credit units from the following list. Subject to approval by the faculty.
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
French Linguistics IV [fr]
Peter Lauwers LW06
5
3
1
45
150
French Literature IV [fr]
Pierre Schoentjes LW07
5
3
1
45
150
French Literature V
Alexander Roose LW07
5
3
2
45
150
French Language Proficiency IV [fr]
Pascale Hadermann LW06
5
3
2
45
150
2
3
4
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ABTALEFG11.2.1.2 Greek
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Ancient Greek: Language Acquisition I
Marc De Groote LW06
5
1
1
1
45
150
Ancient Greek: Language Acquisition II
Marc De Groote LW06
5
1
1
2
45
150
3
Ancient Greek Literature I
Kristoffel Demoen LW07
5
1
2
2
45
150
4
Literature of the Antiquity
Yanick Maes LW07
5
1
2
1
45
150
Ancient Greek Linguistics I
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
2
3
1
45
150
Ancient Greek Literature II
Kristoffel Demoen LW07
5
2
4
2
45
150
7
Ancient Greek Linguistics II
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
3
1
45
150
8
Ancient Greek Literature III
Kristoffel Demoen LW07
5
3
2
45
150
2
5
6
ABTALEFG11.2.1.2.1 Option
Subscribe to 1 option module from the following list. Subject to approval by the faculty.
ABTALEFG11.2.1.2.1.1 Modern Greek
Subscribe to no less than 20 and no more than 25 credit units from the following list, with
• 15 credit units from the courses with reference a,
• no less than 5 and no more than 10 credit units from the courses with reference b.
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Modern Greek: Language Acquisition I
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
a
2
3
1
60
150
Modern Greek: Language Acquisition II
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
a
2
3
2
60
150
Modern Greek Literature [el, nl]
Gunnar De Boel
5
a
2
3
2
60
150
4
Modern Greek: Language Completion [el]
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
b
3
1
60
150
5
Reading of Modern Greek Texts [el, nl]
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
b
3
2
60
150
Culture of Modern Greece
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
b
3
1
45
150
2
3
6
ABTALEFG11.2.1.2.1.2 Ancient Greek
Subscribe to no less than 20 and no more than 25 credit units from the following list, with
• 15 credit units from the courses with reference a,
• no less than 5 and no more than 10 credit units from the courses with reference b.
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Reading Ancient Greek Texts
Floris Bernard LW07
5
a
2
2
45
150
2
History of the Classical Antiquity
Andries Zuiderhoek
5
a
2
2
45
150
3
History of Ancient Philosophy
Danny Praet LW01
5
a
2
1
45
150
Auxiliary Sciences of Greek Philology
Marc De Groote LW06
5
b
3
2
45
150
History of Religions: Classical Antiquity and
Early Christianity
Danny Praet LW01
5
b
3
1
45
150
4
5
ABTALEFG11.2.2 Research Project
Subscribe to 10 credit units from the following list, with
• 5 credit units from the courses with reference *,
• 5 credit units from the courses with reference k,
distributed over the first standard learning path as follows: 10 credit units in year 3.
The seminar is selected within the same discipline as the Bachelor's Essay (the research project constitutes a discipline-specific unity).
The new course A004218 Seminar Linguistics replaces all existing courses offering a seminar of linguistic content.
References:
* = mandatory course, in this case the course A004203 Bachelor's Essay
k = courses that belong to a selection of courses out of which students must take the amount of credits specified in the selection rule, in
this case: 1 course for the amount of 5 credits
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Seminar: Theory of Literature
Bart Keunen LW07
5
k
3
2
45
150
Seminar: French Literature [fr]
Pierre Schoentjes LW07
5
k
3
2
45
150
Theory and Practice of Translation: the
Classics
Seminar Linguistics
Wannes Gyselinck LW07
5
k
3
1
45
150
Miriam Taverniers LW06
5
k
3
2
40
150
Bachelor's Essay
Renata Enghels LW06
5
*
3
J
40
150
2
3
4
5
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ABTALEFG11.3 Elective Courses
Subscribe to 15 credit units from 1 option from the following list.
ABTALEFG11.3.1 Option: Linguistics
Subscribe to no less than 10 and no more than 15 credit units from the following list.
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
Gunnar De Boel LW07
5
3
1
40
150
2
Comparative Linguistics: Germanic
Languages
Comparative Linguistics: Romanic
Languages
Introduction to Flemish Sign Language
Peter Petré LW06
5
3
2
45
150
Renata Enghels LW06
5
3
2
45
150
Eline Demey
5
3
1
45
150
Evolutionary Linguistics
Johan De Caluwe LW06
5
3
1
45
150
Quantitative Research Methods in
Linguistics
Methodology of Qualitative Research
Ludovic De Cuypere LW06
5
3
A:11, B: 45
150
Peter Stevens PS04
5
3
1
150
3
4
5
6
7
60
ABTALEFG11.3.1.1 Free Choice: Auxiliary Course
Subscribe to no more than 5 credit units from auxiliary courses. Subject to approval by the faculty.
ABTALEFG11.3.2 Option: Literary Theory
Subscribe to no less than 10 and no more than 15 credit units from the following list.
No. Course name
Lecturer (dept.)
CRDT Ref
MT1 MT2 Semester Contact Study
1
Poetics
Jurgen Pieters LW07
5
3
1
45
150
Comparative Literature
Bart Keunen LW07
5
3
2
45
150
5
3
2
45
150
4
Theory and Methods of the History of
Literature
Classical Mythology
Youri Desplenter LW07
Nadia Sels LW07
5
3
2
45
150
5
The Classical Tradition in Western History
Nadia Sels LW07
5
3
1
30
150
Literature of the Antiquity
Yanick Maes LW07
5
3
1
45
150
Ancient Rhetoric
Koen De Temmerman LW07
5
3
1
45
150
2
3
6
7
ABTALEFG11.3.2.1 Free Choice: Auxiliary Course
Subscribe to no more than 5 credit units from auxiliary courses. Subject to approval by the faculty.
Teaching languages
When a course is not taught (solely) in the programme's language of instruction, the effectively used languages are indicated in square brackets
following the cours name, using the following ISO codes:
bg: Bulgarian de: German
es: Spanish
ja: Japanese
pl: Polish
sh: Kroatian/Serbian
zh: Chinese
cs: Czech
el: Greek
fr: French
nl: Dutch
pt: Portuguese
sl: Slovene
da: Danish
en: English
it: Italian
no: Norwegian
ru: Russian
sv: Swedish
Semester
Semesters are indicated by their number (1 or 2); semester 3 represents the summer period and J indicates a course spanning semesters 1 and 2.
When a capital letter precedes a semester number, the course has multiple offerings. The letter indicates the offering concerned.
When a semester is shown in brackets, the course in not offered this year in the specific offering.
The offering frequency and first year of offering are indicated by the following codes:
a: bi-annually
b: tri-annually
c: annually, from 2015-2016
d: bi-annually, from 2015-2016
e: tri-annually, from 2015-2016
f: annually, from 2016-2017
g: bi-annually, from 2016-2017
h: tri-annually, from 2016-2017
i: annually, from 2017-2018
j: bi-annually, from 2017-2018
k: tri-annually, from 2017-2018