Welcome to Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC) at Auburn University.
LAC is a multidisciplinary program, LAC or Languages Across the Curriculum, which underscores the internationalization of courses, proficiency in a second language,and cross-departmental partnerships. Its goal is to prepare students for the cross-cultural and multi-lingual demands of a global economy, by increasing their abilities to communicate in a second language within their professional fields and by facilitating their understanding of a variety of topics from a different perspective. As of Summer 2012, our LAC program is part of the CLAC, a consortium of leading universities hosting LAC programs. Visit the CLAC website for more information.
- Fall 2014: FLIT3200/FLIT3510 In Black and White
- Spring 2014: FLIT3200/HIST3970 Italy Since 1815: From Bonaparte to Bunga-Bunga
- Fall 2012: FLIT3200/FLIT3510 Cinematic Representation of Italian-Americans
- Spring 2011: FLSP3200/HIST5620
- Fall 2010: FLIT3200/FLIT3510 Italy in Black and White
- Fall 2010: FLGR3200/ARTS3760 What is Modern Art? in German?
- Spring 2010: FLFR3200/PHIL3340 What were they thinking? Des philosophes français modernes
- Spring 2010: FLSP3200/HIST5620 América Latina en movimiento
- Fall 2009: FLIT3510/FLIT3200 Viaggiando per l'Italia
- Spring 2008: ARTS3740/FLIT3200 Italian Baroque Art
- Spring 2006: FLIT3900 CANTA CHE TI PASSA! (Italian Music)
- Fall 2005: HIST3610/FLFR3900 Private Lives, Public Places in Early Modern France
- Spring 2005: ARTS3730/FLIT3900 Renaissance Art in Italy
LAC Mini-Conference - April 7, 2010
Molière than Thou - a one-man play by, and featuring Timothy Mooney.
March 25, 2010, 5:00pm, Lowder 113A
Upcoming events - TBA
By taking LAC courses you will have the chance to apply your language skills in a variety of topics of interest; you will be better able to compete in the workplace, where language proficiency and cultural awareness are real assets; you will be better prepared for graduate studies; you will have access to international perspectives, and greater cultural understanding.
Register in the content course, and in the one-credit enhancement section (FLIT3200, FRFR3200, FLGR3200, FLLN3200, FLSP3200). Parallel enrollment is recommended but NOT REQUIRED. If you have questions regarding your language proficiency, contact the LAC Director or the language instructor prior to enrollment. To find which LAC courses are available at AU, check this site, contact the LAC Director, watch for e-mails coming from the LAC Office or for in-class announcements, check the TV displays at the Haley Center throughout the academic year. Do not hesitate to send an e-mail to the Webmaster for any comment or question you might have regarding the LAC Program.
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Last Updated: August 20, 2015