Irish (IRIS)

Head of Department: Associate Professor Gustavo Nanclares

Department Office: Room 207, Oak Hall

Consult the Departmental Handbook for courses offered and further description of these courses.

1001. Elementary Irish I

Four credits.

Development of the ability to communicate in Irish, orally and in writing, to satisfy basic communicative needs within a cultural setting.

1002. Elementary Irish II

Four credits. Prerequisite: IRIS 1001 or one year of Irish in high school.

Development of the ability to communicate in Irish, orally and in writing, to satisfy basic communicative needs within a cultural setting.

1003. Intermediate Irish I

Four credits. Prerequisite: IRIS 1002 or one year of Irish in high school.

Further development of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing skills within a cultural setting to satisfy basic communicative needs within a cultural setting. Readings to enhance cultural awareness of the Irish-speaking world

1004. Intermediate Irish II

Four credits. Prerequisite: IRIS 1003 or one year of Irish in high school.

Further development of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing skills within a cultural setting to satisfy basic communicative needs within a cultural setting. Readings to enhance cultural awareness of the Irish-speaking world