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Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 01/10/2014

Faculty of Philosophy and Letters

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Bachelor in Modern Languages and Literatures, German, Dutch and English
Or
Th
Pr
Au
Credits

First Year

Compulsory courses

HIST0061-1

History of European civilization (including elements of historical criticism) - Alexis Wilkin
Q1
45
-
-
6

HAAR0002-1

Major Movements in Art History - Jean-Patrick Duchesne
Q2
30
-
-
4

LING0075-1

Introduction to general linguistics - Julien Perrez
Q1
30
-
-
4

Optional courses

Choose one of the following philosophy courses :

PHIL0003-1

Introduction to philosophy
Q1
45
-
-
6

PHIL0039-1

Introduction to logic and argumentation - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
6

PHIL0019-1

Introduction to contemporary philosophy - Arnaud Dewalque
Q1
30
-
-
6

PHIL0021-1

Introduction to moral philosophy - Antoine Janvier
Q2
30
-
-
6

Students choose two germanic langauges and their literatures from the following sections :

German Section

LGER0005-1

German Language 1 - Louis Gerrekens
TA
30
60
-
10

LGER0028-3

Study of Modern German Literature 1 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
TA
30
30
-
6

GERM0008-1

History of German Literature 1 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q2
30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0007-1

English Language 1 (english language) - Bénédicte Ledent
TA
30
60
-
10

LGER0002-3

Study of Modern English Literature 1 (english language) - Michel Delville
TA
30
30
-
6

GERM0010-1

History of English Literature 1 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q2
30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0009-1

Dutch Language 1 (dutch language) - Guy Janssens
TA
30
60
-
10

LGER0029-2

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 1 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
TA
30
30
-
6

GERM0012-1

History of Dutch Literature 1 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
Q2
30
-
-
4

Optional free course

Notice this course is not included in the calculation of the credits of the year.

LANG0992-1

English (evening classes) - ISLV

60
-
-
2

Notice a level test will be organised at the start of the academic year.

Second Year

Core courses common to the study paths

DOCU0045-1

Bibliography and library research methods




1
-
part : Theory - Luciano Curreri, Michel Delville, Kris Steyaert, Kristine Vanden Berghe
4
-
-
-
part : Practical work - Sara Decoster
6
-
-

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

Continuation of the study of the two languages examined in the 1st year, as well as their literature :

German Section

LGER0006-4

German Language 2 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens

30
-
-
4

LGER0083-1

German Linguistics 1 (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

LGER0001-2

Study of Modern German Literature 2 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens

30
-
-
4

GERM0009-1

History of German Literature 2 (german language) - Vera Viehöver

30
-
-
4

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0008-5

English Language 2 (english language)

30
-
-
4

LGER0084-1

English linguistics 1 (english language)

30
-
-
4

LGER0003-2

Study of English Modern Literary Texts 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez

30
-
-
4

GERM0011-1

History of English Literature 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez

30
-
-
4

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language)

30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0010-3

Dutch Language 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0085-1

Dutch linguistics 1 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0004-2

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 2 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert

30
-
-
4

GERM0013-1

History of Dutch Literature 2 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

GERM0069-1

History of Dutch language (dutch language) - Guy Janssens

30
-
-
4

Minor Option (15ECTS)

Choose one minor subject from the programme of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters :

  • Disciplinary minor in Philosophy
  • Disciplinary minor in French and Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Disciplinary minor in Modern Languages and Literatures
  • Disciplinary minor in Classical Languages and Literatures
  • Disciplinary minor in Oriental Languages and Literatures
  • Disciplinary minor in History
  • Disciplinary minor in History of Art and Archaeology
  • Disciplinary minor in Musicology
  • Disciplinary minor in Arts and communication science


  • Mineure en Philosophie et sciences humaines
  • Mineure en Philosophie et sciences
  • Mineure en Langues et civilisations de l'Asie orientale (Chine - Japon)
  • Mineure en Linguistique et philosophie du langage
  • Mineure en Humanités numériques
  • Mineure en Littérature générale et comparée
  • Mineure en Cultures populaires
  • Mineure en Antiquité gréco-romaine
  • Mineure Temps Modernes - Époque contemporaine
  • Mineure en Esthétique, sémiologie et arts du spectacle


Optional free course

Notice this course is not included in the calculation of the credits of the year.

LANG0992-1

English (evening classes) - ISLV

60
-
-
2

Notice a level test will be organised at the start of the academic year.

Third Year

Compulsory courses

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

Optional courses

Follow-up studies for the two languages and their literatures examined in the first and second years :

German Section

LGER0075-1

German language 3 (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

LGER0086-1

German linguistics 2 (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

LGER0076-1

Study of German literary modern texts 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver

30
-
-
4

LGER0077-1

Study of German literary modern texts 4 (german language) - Louis Gerrekens

30
-
-
4

GERM0065-1

History of German literature 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver

30
-
-
4

GERM0067-1

History of German language (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0078-1

English language 3 (english language) - Archibal Michiels

30
-
-
4

LGER0087-1

English Linguistics 2 (english language) - Archibal Michiels

30
-
-
4

LGER0079-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 3 (english language) - Bénédicte Ledent

30
-
-
4

LGER0080-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 4 (english language) - Marc Delrez

30
-
-
4

GERM0064-1

History of English literature 3 (english language) - Michel Delville

30
-
-
4

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language)

30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0088-1

Dutch Language 3 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0089-1

Dutch linguistics 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0081-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert

30
-
-
4

LGER0082-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literary Texts 4 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

GERM0069-1

History of Dutch language (dutch language) - Guy Janssens

30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following philosophy courses (this must be different to the choice made in the first year) :

PHIL0003-1

Introduction to philosophy
Q1
45
-
-
4

PHIL0039-1

Introduction to logic and argumentation - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
4

PHIL0019-1

Introduction to contemporary philosophy - Arnaud Dewalque
Q1
30
-
-
4

PHIL0021-1

Introduction to moral philosophy - Antoine Janvier
Q2
30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following history courses :

LCLA0015-1

Ancient Graeco-Roman history (including 15 hours of Middle-East history) - Vinciane Pirenne
Q2
60
-
-
4

HIST0040-1

History of the Middle Ages - Florence Close
Q2
45
-
-
4

HIST0039-1

Modern history - Annick Delfosse
Q1
45
-
-
4

HIST0031-1

Contemporary history - Philippe Raxhon
Q1
45
-
-
4

HIST0036-1

History of humanism - Annick Delfosse, Laure Fagnart

30
-
-
4

HIST0029-1

History of Belgium - Catherine Lanneau

45
-
-
4

Core courses common to the study paths

German Languages

Continuation of the study of the two languages examined in the 1st year and in the 2nd year, as well as their literature and civilisation :

German Section

LGER0075-1

German language 3 (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

LGER0086-1

German linguistics 2 (german language) - Robert Möller

30
-
-
4

LGER0076-1

Study of German literary modern texts 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver

30
-
-
4

GERM0065-1

History of German literature 3 (german language) - Vera Viehöver

30
-
-
4

GERM0002-1

German civilization (german language) - Sabine Hackbarth

30
-
-
4

English Section

LGER0078-1

English language 3 (english language) - Archibal Michiels

30
-
-
4

LGER0087-1

English Linguistics 2 (english language) - Archibal Michiels

30
-
-
4

LGER0079-1

Studies of English literary modern texts 3 (english language) - Bénédicte Ledent

30
-
-
4

GERM0064-1

History of English literature 3 (english language) - Michel Delville

30
-
-
4

GERM0003-1

British civilization (english language) - Rebecca Ashworth

30
-
-
4

Dutch Section

LGER0088-1

Dutch Language 3 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0089-1

Dutch linguistics 2 (dutch language) - Julien Perrez

30
-
-
4

LGER0081-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert

30
-
-
4

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

GERM0004-1

Dutch civilization (dutch language) - Johan Sonnenschein

30
-
-
4

Minor Option (15ECTS)

Continuation of the Minor chosen in the 2nd year (15 ECTS)

End-of-cycle project

PTRA0012-1

End-of-cycle project - N...

-
-
-
5

Optional free course

LANG0992-1

English (evening classes) - ISLV

60
-
-
2

Notice a level test will be organised at the start of the academic year.

Compulsory courses

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy

30
-
-
4

Optional courses

Continuation of the study of the two languages examined in the 1st year and in the 2nd year, as well as their literature :


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