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Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 22/10/2014

Faculty of Philosophy and Letters

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Bachelor in French and Romance Languages and Literatures
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Credits

Second Year

General Courses

HIST0055-1

Introduction to historical criticism - Philippe Raxhon
Q2
30
-
-
4

Literature

LROM0010-2

Commentary on French Authors of the 19th and 20th centuries - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
15
30
-
5

LROM0056-2

Textual analysis (French literature) - Françoise Tilkin
TA
15
30
-
5

LROM0017-1

History of French literature in the 17th and 18th centuries, with an introduction to the methodology of literary history - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
5

Linguistics

LROM0044-1

French phonology and morphosyntax - Nicolas Mazziotta

15
15
-
4

LROM0122-1

Introduction to medieval French texts, including philological methods - Nadine Henrard
TA
30
15
-
5

LROM0121-1

Historical linguistics of the French language 2 : historical morphology and history of the French language (in-depth approach) - Marie-Guy Boutier

45
-
-
5

Foreign Romance language

Follow-up to the language chosen in the first year :

Spanish Language

LROM0028-2

Spanish 2 (spanish language) - Alfredo Segura Tornero
TA
30
45
-
8

Italian Language

LROM0031-2

Italian 2 (italian language) - Paola Moreno

30
45
-
8

Latin

LCLA0012-1

Commentary on Latin authors - Gérald Purnelle
Q2
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 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


  • Minor in Philosophy and Human Sciences
  • Minor in Philosophy and Sciences
  • Minor in Languages and civilisations of East Asia (China/Japan)
  • Minor in Linguistics and Philosophy of language
  • Minor in Digital Humanities
  • Minor in Comparative and general literature
  • Minor in Popular Culture
  • Minor in Ancient Greece and Rome
  • Minor in Modern times - Contemporary era
  • Minor in Esthetics, semiology and performing arts


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.

Optional courses

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose a minor from :



Disciplinary miro in Philosophy

Choose one of the following history courses :

PHIL0009-1

History of Ancient philosophy - Marc-Antoine Gavray
Q1
45
-
-
5

PHIL0011-1

History of the philosophy of the middle ages - François Beets - Suppl : Odile Gilon

45
-
-
5

PHIL0013-1

History of the philosophy of modern times - Laurence Bouquiaux, Jean-Renaud Seba
Q1
45
-
-
5

PHIL0010-1

History of contemporary philosophy - Arnaud Dewalque
Q2
45
-
-
5

Choose two modules from :

Moral and political philosophy

Choose one of the following courses :

PHIL0012-1

Introduction to political philosophy - Edouard Delruelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0021-1

Introduction to moral philosophy - Antoine Janvier
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0085-1

Questions of political and legal philosophy - Edouard Delruelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

Anglo-Saxon logic and philosophy

Choose one of the following courses :

PHIL0042-1

Logic - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0018-1

Anglo-Saxon philosophy - François Beets

30
-
-
5

Epistemology and philosophy of science

Choose one of the following courses :

PHIL0040-1

Introduction to the philosophy of sciences - Laurence Bouquiaux
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0007-1

Philosophical foundations of psychology - Jean-Renaud Seba
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0025-1

Critical anthropology of psychology - Vinciane Despret
Q2
30
-
-
5

Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art

Choose one of the following courses :

PHIL0034-1

Introduction to aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0076-1

Questions of aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0038-1

Problems of esthetics - Rudy Steinmetz
Q2
30
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in French and Romance Languages and Literatures

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Students put together a programme worth 30 credits, picked among the four core subjects offered in the field. Students whose major programme already includes Spanish or Italian must chose 30 credits worth of classes among the following subjects: linguistics, French literature, modern literature, and medieval philology.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

Modern French Literature

At least 1 course to choose from the 2nd or 3rd year of bachelor :

LROM0018-1

History of 19 to 21C French literature with an introduction to the literary history methods - Benoît Denis
TA
45
-
-
5

LROM0017-1

History of French literature in the 17th and 18th centuries, with an introduction to the methodology of literary history - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
5

LROM0063-1

Introduction to textual analysis (French) - Stéphanie Biquet, Françoise Tilkin
TA
15
30
-
5

LROM0010-2

Commentary on French Authors of the 19th and 20th centuries - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
15
30
-
5

Medieval philology

LROM0122-1

Introduction to medieval French texts, including philological methods - Nadine Henrard
TA
30
15
-
5

Linguistics

At least 1 course to choose from the 2nd or 3rd year of bachelor :

LROM0024-1

Introduction to general linguistics and semiology - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0111-2

History of Romance languages, and especially history of the French language - François Provenzano
Q1
30
15
-
5

LROM0025-3

Historical linguistics of the French language 1 : historical phonetic - Marie Steffens
TA
30
15
-
5

LROM0044-1

French phonology and morphosyntax - Nicolas Mazziotta

15
15
-
5

LROM0106-1

French Grammar and Writing Practice
Q2
30
-
-
5

Romance language

Choose a language module from :


Spanish language

LROM0065-3

Spanish 1 (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
TA
30
60
-
10


Italian language

LROM0066-3

Italian 1 (italian language) - Paola Moreno
TA
30
60
-
10



Disciplinary minor in Modern Languages and Literatures

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose one of the following groups :

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
-
5

English Section

LGER0008-5

English Language 2 (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
TA
30
-
-
5

Choose two courses out of the following :

LGER0084-1

English linguistics 1 (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
Q1
30
-
-
5

LGER0003-2

Study of English Modern Literary Texts 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0011-1

History of English Literature 2 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q1
30
-
-
5

GERM0068-1

History of English language (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
Q2
30
-
-
5

Dutch Section

LGER0009-1

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

LGER0029-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literature 1 (dutch language) - Kris Steyaert
TA
15
45
-
5

Spanish Section

LROM0065-3

Spanish 1 (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
TA
30
60
-
10

LROM0119-1

Introduction to the history of Spanish literature - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q1
30
-
-
5

Italian Section

LROM0066-3

Italian 1 (italian language) - Paola Moreno
TA
30
60
-
10

LROM0124-1

Italian civilization 1 - Luciano Curreri
Q1
30
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in Classical Languages and Literatures

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose 2 courses worth 15 ECTS from the following :

LCLA0065-1

Greek language 1 - Bruno Rochette
TA
30
60
-
9

LCLA0066-1

Latin language 1 - Dominique Longrée
TA
30
60
-
9

LCLA0070-1

Greek language 2 - Marie-Hélène Marganne
TA
30
60
-
9
PrerequisiteLCLA0065-1Langue grecque I

LCLA0071-1

Latin language 2 - Dominique Longrée
TA
30
60
-
9
PrerequisiteLCLA0066-1Langue latine I

LCLA0067-1

Greek authors 1 - Koen Vanhaegendoren
Q2
45
-
-
6

LCLA0068-1

Latin authors 1 - Bruno Rochette
TA
45
-
-
6

LCLA0069-1

History of Greek and Latin literatures - Bruno Rochette, Koen Vanhaegendoren
Q1
60
-
-
6



Disciplinary minor in Oriental Languages and Literatures

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose one of the following courses :

Oriental language class

LLOR0092-1

Arab 1 - Frédéric Bauden, Elise Franssen
TA
30
60
-
12

LLOR0093-1

Assyrobabylonian 1 - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
TA
60
-
-
12

LLOR0020-2

Egyptian 1 - Jean Winand - Suppl : Laurence Neven
TA
60
-
-
12

LLOR0095-1

Sanskrit 1 - Philippe Swennen
TA
60
-
-
12

Choose one of the following courses :

Notice Choose courses of history, religion or civilization depending on the oriental language studied.

History class

LLOR0049-1

Old History of the Asian Near-East - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
Q2
30
-
-
3

LLOR0053-1

History of Pharaonic Egypt - Jean Winand - Suppl : Dimitri Laboury (Even years)
Q2
30
-
-
3

HIST0030-1

History and civilization of the Arab world 1 - Frédéric Bauden (Odd years)
Q1
30
-
-
3

HIST0072-1

History and civilization of the Arab world 2 - Frédéric Bauden (Even years)
Q1
30
-
-
3

LLOR0059-1

History and civilization of ancient India - Philippe Swennen
Q1
30
-
-
3

Religion class

HREL0013-1

Ancient Mesopotamian Religions - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
Q1
30
-
-
3

HREL0027-1

Ancient Egypt religion - Dimitri Laboury, Richard Veymiers (Odd years)
Q2
30
-
-
3

HREL0028-1

Religions in Ancient India - Philippe Swennen
Q1
30
-
-
3

HREL0001-1

Introduction to the Mazdean religion - Philippe Swennen
Q1
30
-
-
3

HREL0002-1

Introduction to the history of Islam - Elise Franssen (Even years)
Q2
30
-
-
3

Civilization class

HAAR0064-1

History of Art and Archaeology in Anterior Asia - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
Q1
30
-
-
3

HAAR0065-1

Ancient Egyptian Art History and Archaeology - Dimitri Laboury
Q1
30
-
-
3

HAAR0022-1

History of Islamic Art - Frédéric Bauden (Odd years)

30
-
-
3



Minor in Languages and civilisations of East Asia (China/Japan)

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose a group among the following :

China group

ASIE0015-1

Chinese language 1 (beginners) - Eric Florence
TA
60
10
-
10

ASIE0002-1

East Asian Beliefs and Philosophy - Andreas Thele
Q1
30
-
-
5

Japan group

ASIE0012-2

Japanese language 1 (beginners) - Andreas Thele
TA
60
10
-
10

ASIE0002-1

East Asian Beliefs and Philosophy - Andreas Thele
Q1
30
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in History

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose three of the following courses :

LCLA0015-1

Ancient Graeco-Roman history (including 15 hours of Middle-East history) - Vinciane Pirenne
Q2
60
-
-
5

HIST0040-1

History of the Middle Ages - Florence Close
Q2
45
-
-
5

HIST0039-1

Modern history - Annick Delfosse
Q1
45
-
-
5

HIST0031-1

Contemporary history - Philippe Raxhon
Q1
45
-
-
5

HIST0075-2

Introduction to economic and social history - Eric Geerkens
TA
45
-
-
5

HIST0029-1

History of Belgium - Catherine Lanneau
Q1
45
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in History of art and archaeology

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

Methodological courses

Choose 2 courses from the 2nd and 3rd years of bachelor from the following :

HAAR0042-1

Historical introduction to art history and archaeology - André Gob
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0029-1

Visual arts technology - Dominique Allart, Sylvie Neven
Q1
30
-
-
5

HAAR0041-1

Methods and techniques in the history of art, archaeology and musicology - Julie Bawin
Q1
20
10
-
5

General Courses

Choose 4 courses from the 2nd and 3rd years of the bachelor

HAAR0067-3

History of art and archaeology in prehistorical times - Pierre Noiret - [3d FT Exc.]
TA
30
60
[+]
5

HAAR0068-2

History of art and archaeology in protohistorical times - Pierre Noiret - [10d FT Exc.]

30
30
[+]
5

HAAR0064-1

History of Art and Archaeology in Anterior Asia - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
Q1
30
-
-
5

HAAR0065-1

Ancient Egyptian Art History and Archaeology - Dimitri Laboury
Q1
30
-
-
5

HAAR0066-1

History of art and archeology of Greco-Roman antiquity (urban planning and architecture) - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q1
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0069-1

History of art and archeology of Greco-Roman antiquity (sculpture and painting) - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q2
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0054-1

History of Art and Archaeology in the Middle Ages : from the Paleochristian Era to the 11th century - Benoît Van den Bossche
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0055-1

History of art and archaeology in the Middle Ages : the Gothic period - Benoît Van den Bossche
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0056-1

History of art and archaeology in the modern era : 15th and 16th centuries - Dominique Allart
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0057-1

History of art and archeology in the modern era : 17th and 18th centuries - Dominique Allart
Q1
30
-
-
5

HAAR0007-1

History of Art and Archaeology : the modern era : the 19th century - Jean-Patrick Duchesne
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0008-1

History of Art and Archaeology : the modern era : the 20th century - Julie Bawin
Q1
30
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in Musicology

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose three of the following courses :

MUSI0022-2

History of music (the modal era) - Philippe Vendrix - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q1
30
-
[+]
5

MUSI0023-2

History of music (the tonal age) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

MUSI0021-3

History of music (new grammars) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

MUSI0007-3

Introduction to musicology - Emilie Corswarem
Q1
30
-
-
5

MUSI0044-1

Introduction to the history of musical theory - Philippe Vendrix
Q1
30
-
-
5

MUSI0042-1

Musical training - Robert Coheur
TA
30
-
-
5

MUSI0043-1

Campus Opera - Emilie Corswarem, Christophe Pirenne - [24h Internship, 3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

LROM0030-1

Medieval Literature and language of Southern France - Nadine Henrard
Q1
30
-
-
5



Disciplinary minor in Arts and communication science

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose three of the following courses :

COMU2145-1

Introduction to information - Pascal Durand
Q1
30
-
-
5

Notice it is recommended to take this course in the second year of the Bachelor

COMU2147-1

Encyclopedia of communication, with an introduction to desk research - Geoffrey Geuens
Q2
30
-
-
5

COMU0011-1

Esthetic Mediation and Communication - Christine Servais
Q1
30
-
-
5

COMU0016-1

Theories of Communication - Véronique Servais
Q2
30
-
-
5

CINE0007-1

History of Cinema - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon
TA
30
30
-
5

CINE0004-1

Cinema and Video Documentaries - Geneviève Van Cauwenberge
Q1
30
-
-
5

HIST0056-1

History of books and libraries - Bruno Demoulin
Q2
30
-
-
5

THEA0004-1

Theatre history and theory - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
5

PEAV0032-1

Current issues - Jérémy Hamers, Marc Vanesse
Q2
30
-
-
5



Minor in Philosophy and human sciences

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

Philosophy

At least 1 course from the BAC2 or BAC3 from the following :

PHIL0006-3

Exercises in moral philosophy - Antoine Janvier - [15h Ex.]
Q2
-
-
[+]
5

PHIL0007-1

Philosophical foundations of psychology - Jean-Renaud Seba
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0012-1

Introduction to political philosophy - Edouard Delruelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0021-1

Introduction to moral philosophy - Antoine Janvier
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0025-1

Critical anthropology of psychology - Vinciane Despret
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0085-1

Questions of political and legal philosophy - Edouard Delruelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0086-1

Introduction to equality policies - Edouard Delruelle
Q1
30
-
-
5

Social science

At least 1 course from the BAC2 or BAC3 from the following :

ANTH0001-1

Social and cultural anthropology 1 - Benjamin Rubbers
Q2
30
-
-
5

ANTH0033-1

Social and cultural anthropology 2 - Benjamin Rubbers
Q2
30
-
-
5

DROI1101-3

Introduction to public law - Frédéric Bouhon
Q1
30
-
-
5

DROI1202-2

Legal theories - Nicolas Thirion - [15h Lect.]
TA
45
-
[+]
5

HIST0075-2

Introduction to economic and social history - Eric Geerkens
TA
45
-
-
5

PSYC1018-1

Organisational psychology - Jean-François Leroy
Q1
30
-
-
5

SOCI0568-1

Sociology - Mohamed Nachi
Q1
45
-
-
5



Minor in Philosophy and sciences

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

PHIL0201-1

Elements of sciences philosophy - Julien Pieron
Q2
15
-
-
2

PHYS0188-1

Physics, Part A - Nicolas Vandewalle
Q1
30
30
-
7

CHIM0199-1

Chemistry, Part A - Rudi Cloots
Q1
30
30
-
6



Minor in Linguistics and Philosophy of language

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :
[...]Choose at least one course from the following :5

PHIL0219-1

Introduction to the philosophy of language - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0068-1

Models for syntactic analysis - Nicolas Mazziotta

30
-
-
5

LING0009-1

Typology of languages and language universals - Julien Perrez, Laurent Rasier
Q2
30
-
-
5

Choose between 1 and 4 course(s) on the 2nd and 3rd years of bachelor (different from those selected in the major) from :

LING0016-1

Comparative grammar of Indo-European languages - Philippe Swennen
Q2
45
-
-
5

LROM0038-1

Comparative grammar of Romance languages - Pierre Swiggers

30
-
-
5

LROM0044-1

French phonology and morphosyntax - Nicolas Mazziotta

15
15
-
5

LING0005-1

Sociolinguistics - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0067-1

Introduction to research in linguistics - François Provenzano
Q2
30
15
-
5

PHIL0042-1

Logic - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0051-1

Issues in logic - François Beets

30
-
-
5

INFO0943-1

Principles for creating textual corpora - Dominique Longrée, Julien Perrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

LLOR0099-1

Introduction to non-alphabetic writing - Laurent Colonna d'Istria, Jean Winand
Q1
30
-
-
5



At most 1 language course from the 2nd or 3rd year of Bachelor from the following :

LGER0008-2

English Language 2 (english language) - Lieselotte Brems
TA
45
-
-
10

LROM0065-3

Spanish 1 (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
TA
30
60
-
10

LROM0066-3

Italian 1 (italian language) - Paola Moreno
TA
30
60
-
10

LGER0005-1

German Language 1 - Louis Gerrekens
TA
30
60
-
10

LGER0009-1

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

LCLA0066-1

Latin language 1 - Dominique Longrée
TA
30
60
-
10

LCLA0065-1

Greek language 1 - Bruno Rochette
TA
30
60
-
10

LLOR0092-1

Arab 1 - Frédéric Bauden, Elise Franssen
TA
30
60
-
10

LLOR0093-1

Assyrobabylonian 1 - Laurent Colonna d'Istria
TA
60
-
-
10

LLOR0020-2

Egyptian 1 - Jean Winand - Suppl : Laurence Neven
TA
60
-
-
10

LLOR0095-1

Sanskrit 1 - Philippe Swennen
TA
60
-
-
10



Minor in General and comparative literature

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose two courses out of the following :

LITT0004-1

Introduction to great Western literature - Laurent Demoulin
Q1
30
-
-
5

LITT0005-1

Comparative literature : from the 19th to the 21st century - Marc Delrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

LROM0011-1

Paraliterary genres (French field) - Björn-Olav Dozo
Q2
30
-
-
5

CINE0010-1

Literature and Cinema - Björn-Olav Dozo, Dick Tomasovic
Q2
30
-
-
5

THEA0004-1

Theatre history and theory - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
5

LGER0091-1

Literary theory : introduction - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
5

LGER0082-1

Study of Modern Dutch Literary Texts 4 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
5
PrerequisiteLGER0091-1Théorie littéraire : introduction

Choose one of the following courses :

LROM0018-1

History of 19 to 21C French literature with an introduction to the literary history methods - Benoît Denis
TA
45
-
-
5

LROM0017-1

History of French literature in the 17th and 18th centuries, with an introduction to the methodology of literary history - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
5

LROM0119-1

Introduction to the history of Spanish literature - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0013-2

In-depth history of 19 to 21C French literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
5

LROM0062-1

History of Romance literature - Nadine Henrard
Q2
30
-
-
5

LROM0181-1

Italian literature history during the Middle Ages to the Renaissance - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
5

LROM0182-1

History of Italian literature : from the Baroque period to the 20th century - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
5

THEA0005-1

Theater history in Belgium - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0008-1

History of German Literature 1 (german language) - Vera Viehöver
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0010-1

History of English Literature 1 (english language) - Marc Delrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0066-1

History of Dutch Literature 3 (dutch language) - Erik Spinoy
Q2
30
-
-
5

LLOR0091-1

Introduction to literature from the Ancient East - Collégialité
Q2
30
-
-
5

LLOR0059-1

History and civilization of ancient India - Philippe Swennen
Q1
30
-
-
5

LCLA0069-1

History of Greek and Latin literatures - Bruno Rochette, Koen Vanhaegendoren
Q1
60
-
-
5

ASIE0010-1

(not available during 2014-2015) Introduction to Japanese literature - N...

30
-
-
5



Minor in Digital Humanities

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose three of the following courses :

PHIL0042-1

Logic - Bruno Leclercq
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0068-1

Models for syntactic analysis - Nicolas Mazziotta

30
-
-
5

INFO0944-1

Introduction to digital humanities - Björn-Olav Dozo
Q1
30
-
-
5

INFO0945-1

Internet use for social sciences - Björn-Olav Dozo
Q2
30
-
-
5

INFO0943-1

Principles for creating textual corpora - Dominique Longrée, Julien Perrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

INFO0080-2

Programming principles for social sciences - Gérald Purnelle
Q2
45
-
-
5

INFO1275-1

Software for preparing and using data collections - Gérald Purnelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

INFO1276-1

Statistics for social sciences - Dominique Longrée, Gérald Purnelle
Q2
30
-
-
5



Minor in Popular Culture

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

Choose maximum 3 courses from the 2nd and 3rd year of bachelor

COMU0003-1

Issues in Cultural Theory : Mass cultures, in-depth Approach - Pascal Durand
Q2
30
-
-
5

HIST0022-2

Cultural history - Carl Havelange

30
-
-
5

LROM0052-1

Sociology of literature - Denis Saint-Amand

30
-
-
5

PHIL0036-1

Aesthetics and its application to contemporary arts - Maud Hagelstein
Q2
30
-
-
5

COMU0019-1

Introduction to Cultural Policies and Economics - Christophe Pirenne
Q2
30
-
-
5



Choose maximum 4 courses from the 2nd and 3rd year of bachelor from the following :

LROM0011-1

Paraliterary genres (French field) - Björn-Olav Dozo
Q2
30
-
-
5

LROM0189-1

Literature for young people - Daniel Delbrassine
Q2
30
-
-
5

MUSI0021-3

History of music (new grammars) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

CINE0010-1

Literature and Cinema - Björn-Olav Dozo, Dick Tomasovic
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0160-1

History of comics - Frédéric Paques

30
-
-
5

COMU2149-1

History and analysis of the use of video games - N...

30
-
-
5



Minor in Ancient Greece and Rome

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

LCLA0065-1

Greek language 1 - Bruno Rochette
TA
30
60
-
10

LCLA0070-1

Greek language 2 - Marie-Hélène Marganne
TA
30
60
-
10
PrerequisiteLCLA0065-1Langue grecque I

LCLA0066-1

Latin language 1 - Dominique Longrée
TA
30
60
-
10

LCLA0071-1

Latin language 2 - Dominique Longrée
TA
30
60
-
10
PrerequisiteLCLA0066-1Langue latine I

LCLA0015-1

Ancient Graeco-Roman history (including 15 hours of Middle-East history) - Vinciane Pirenne
Q2
60
-
-
10

HIST0016-1

Exercises in historical issues, including an introduction to bibliography : Greek and Roman history 1 - Claude Baurain
TA
15
30
-
10

HIST0059-1

Sources and methods in the history of ancient Greece and Rome - Claude Baurain
Q1
45
-
-
5

HAAR0066-1

History of art and archeology of Greco-Roman antiquity (urban planning and architecture) - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q1
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0069-1

History of art and archeology of Greco-Roman antiquity (sculpture and painting) - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q2
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0061-1

Gallo-Roman archaeology - Xavier Deru - [10d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0072-2

Special questions of history of the art of the Greek world - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q1
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0073-2

Special questions of Greek and Roman Archaeology - Thomas Morard - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q1
30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0026-1

Introduction to Western Iconography - Thomas Morard
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0009-1

History of Ancient philosophy - Marc-Antoine Gavray
Q1
45
-
-
5

PHIL0004-1

History of Hellenistic and Roman philosophy - Marc-Antoine Gavray
Q2
15
-
-
5

PHIL0026-1

Antiquity Philosophical Texts - Alexandra Michalewski
Q1
30
-
-
5



Minor Modern times - Contemporary era

Notice L'étudiant est tenu de choisir des cours différents de ceux de sa majeure.

Choose courses totalling 15 ECTS out of the following :

Notice courses must be selected from at least four different groups on the second and third years of the Bachelor.

Arts and communication science

PEAV0016-1

Information theories and analysis - Geoffrey Geuens
Q2
30
-
-
5

COMU0019-1

Introduction to Cultural Policies and Economics - Christophe Pirenne
Q2
30
-
-
5

COMU0008-1

Analysis of Cultural Institutions - Pascal Durand
Q1
30
-
-
5

THEA0004-1

Theatre history and theory - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
5

CINE0007-1

History of Cinema - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon
TA
30
30
-
5

CINE0009-1

Introduction to the Language of Cinematography - Philippe Dubois

30
-
-
5

CINE0008-1

History of Photography - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon

30
-
-
5

Philosophy

PHIL0013-1

History of the philosophy of modern times - Laurence Bouquiaux, Jean-Renaud Seba
Q1
45
-
-
5

PHIL0010-1

History of contemporary philosophy - Arnaud Dewalque
Q2
45
-
-
5

PHIL0012-1

Introduction to political philosophy - Edouard Delruelle
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0036-1

Aesthetics and its application to contemporary arts - Maud Hagelstein
Q2
30
-
-
5

PHIL0076-1

Questions of aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

History

HIST0031-1

Contemporary history - Philippe Raxhon
Q1
45
-
-
5

HIST0143-1

International relations in modern times (16th- 18th centuries) - Bruno Demoulin (Odd years)
TA
30
-
-
5

HIST0029-1

History of Belgium - Catherine Lanneau
Q1
45
-
-
5

HIST0056-1

History of books and libraries - Bruno Demoulin
Q2
30
-
-
5

HIST0022-2

Cultural history - Carl Havelange

30
-
-
5

ASIE0004-1

History of Japan's Foreign Relations - Andreas Thele
Q2
30
-
-
5

HIST0005-1

Medieval and modern paleography - Philippe George

45
-
-
5

HIST0003-1

Medieval and modern diplomacy - Alain Marchandisse
TA
45
-
-
5

HIST0075-2

Introduction to economic and social history - Eric Geerkens
TA
45
-
-
5

History of Art, archaeology and musicology

HAAR0041-1

Methods and techniques in the history of art, archaeology and musicology - Julie Bawin
Q1
20
10
-
5

HAAR0002-1

Major Movements in Art History - Jean-Patrick Duchesne
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0007-1

History of Art and Archaeology : the modern era : the 19th century - Jean-Patrick Duchesne
Q2
30
-
-
5

HAAR0008-1

History of Art and Archaeology : the modern era : the 20th century - Julie Bawin
Q1
30
-
-
5

MUSI0023-2

History of music (the tonal age) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

MUSI0021-3

History of music (new grammars) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

HAAR0076-1

Special questions of mediaeval and post-mediaeval archaeology - Patrick Hoffsummer - [8d FT Tr. Pr.]
Q2
30
-
[+]
5

Civilization

HIST0061-2

History of European civilization - Alexis Wilkin
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0124-1

Italian civilization 1 - Luciano Curreri
Q1
30
-
-
5

GERM0002-1

German civilization (german language) - Sabine Hackbarth
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0003-1

British civilization (english language) - Rebecca Ashworth
Q2
30
-
-
5

GERM0004-1

Dutch civilization (dutch language) - Johan Sonnenschein

30
-
-
5

SOCI0068-1

Power and Society in Modern and Contemporary China - Eric Florence
Q1
30
-
-
5

Literature and literary studies

LROM0110-1

Theories and literary criticism - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
30
-
-
5

LITT0004-1

Introduction to great Western literature - Laurent Demoulin
Q1
30
-
-
5

LITT0005-1

Comparative literature : from the 19th to the 21st century - Marc Delrez
Q2
30
-
-
5

LROM0119-1

Introduction to the history of Spanish literature - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0006-1

Commentary on French Authors from 1350 to 1600 (in-depth approach) - Nadine Henrard
TA
15
30
-
5

LROM0017-1

History of French literature in the 17th and 18th centuries, with an introduction to the methodology of literary history - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
5

LROM0018-1

History of 19 to 21C French literature with an introduction to the literary history methods - Benoît Denis
TA
45
-
-
5

LROM0010-2

Commentary on French Authors of the 19th and 20th centuries - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
15
30
-
5



Minor in Aesthetics, semiology and performing arts

Notice students are required to choose courses different to those in their major.

Choosing courses (not taken in the programme for the major) for 15 credits in Bac 2 and 15 credits in Bac 3.
[...]Choose at least one course from the following :-

PHIL0034-1

Introduction to aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0035-1

Aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0076-1

Questions of aesthetics and philosophy of art - Rudy Steinmetz
Q1
30
-
-
5

PHIL0036-1

Aesthetics and its application to contemporary arts - Maud Hagelstein
Q2
30
-
-
5

COMU0011-1

Esthetic Mediation and Communication - Christine Servais
Q1
30
-
-
5

HAAR0008-1

History of Art and Archaeology : the modern era : the 20th century - Julie Bawin
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0051-1

Literary semiology - Sémir Badir
Q2
30
-
-
5

LING0004-1

Rhetoric and semiology - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
5

LROM0024-1

Introduction to general linguistics and semiology - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
5

Notice students in Philosophy and Romance Languages and Literature are required to choose one course at most
[...]Choose at least one course from the following :-

CINE0007-1

History of Cinema - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon
TA
30
30
-
5

CINE0009-1

Introduction to the Language of Cinematography - Philippe Dubois

30
-
-
5

CINE0004-1

Cinema and Video Documentaries - Geneviève Van Cauwenberge
Q1
30
-
-
5

THEA0004-1

Theatre history and theory - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
5

CINE0010-1

Literature and Cinema - Björn-Olav Dozo, Dick Tomasovic
Q2
30
-
-
5

CINE0001-1

Film Analysis - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon

30
-
-
5

THEA0001-1

Esthetics of the living spectacle - Dick Tomasovic
Q1
30
-
-
5

MUSI0021-3

History of music (new grammars) - Christophe Pirenne - [3d FT Tr. Pr.]

30
-
[+]
5

CINE0008-1

History of Photography - Marc-Emmanuel Mélon

30
-
-
5

COMU0003-1

Issues in Cultural Theory : Mass cultures, in-depth Approach - Pascal Durand
Q2
30
-
-
5

Notice Information and Communication students are required to choose at least one course.

Third Year

Compulsory courses

LROM0067-1

Introduction to research in linguistics - François Provenzano
Q2
30
15
-
4

LROM0068-1

Models for syntactic analysis - Nicolas Mazziotta

30
-
-
3

LROM0038-1

Comparative grammar of Romance languages - Pierre Swiggers

30
-
-
3

LROM0110-1

Theories and literary criticism - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
30
-
-
3

LROM0014-1

History of French literature of the Middle Ages (In-depth approach) - Nadine Henrard
Q1
15
15
-
3

LROM0009-1

Commentary on French Authors from the very beginning to 1350 (in-depth approach) - Nicola Morato
Q2
30
15
-
4

LROM0013-2

In-depth history of 19 to 21C French literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
4

LROM0123-1

Thorough history of the French-speaking literatures and especially of the Belgian literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
4

LROM0007-1

Commentary on French Authors of the 17th and 18th centuries (in-depth approach) - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
4

LROM0008-1

Commentary on French Authors from the 19th to the 21st century (in-depth approach) - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
45
-
-
4

LITT0003-1

Issues in comparative Modern Literature - Michel Delville
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0062-1

History of Romance literature - Nadine Henrard
Q2
30
-
-
3

LCLA0012-1

Commentary on Latin authors - Gérald Purnelle
Q2
30
-
-
3

Optional courses

Follow-up to the language chosen in the second year :

Spanish Langauge and Literature

Choose two courses out of the following :

LROM0036-1

Spanish linguistics (spanish language) - Alfredo Segura Tornero
Q1
30
-
-
3

LROM0020-1

Spanish-American literature history (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0192-1

The history of Spanish literature (spanish language) - Alvaro Ceballos Viro

30
-
-
3

Italian Language and Literature

LROM0037-1

Italian linguistics (italian language) - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
3

Choose one of the following courses :

LROM0181-1

Italian literature history during the Middle Ages to the Renaissance - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
3

LROM0182-1

History of Italian literature : from the Baroque period to the 20th century - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
3

Choose one of the following history courses :

PHIL0009-1

History of Ancient philosophy - Marc-Antoine Gavray
Q1
45
-
-
3

PHIL0011-1

History of the philosophy of the middle ages - François Beets - Suppl : Odile Gilon

45
-
-
3

PHIL0013-1

History of the philosophy of modern times - Laurence Bouquiaux, Jean-Renaud Seba
Q1
45
-
-
3

PHIL0010-1

History of contemporary philosophy - Arnaud Dewalque
Q2
45
-
-
3

Choose two courses out of the following :

LROM0003-1

Quebec culture : language and literature - Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Björn-Olav Dozo
Q1
30
-
-
3

PHIL0036-1

Aesthetics and its application to contemporary arts - Maud Hagelstein
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0011-1

Paraliterary genres (French field) - Björn-Olav Dozo
Q2
30
-
-
3

LING0009-1

Typology of languages and language universals - Julien Perrez, Laurent Rasier
Q2
30
-
-
3

LCLA0024-1

Vulgar Latin - Pierre Swiggers

30
-
-
3

CINE0010-1

Literature and Cinema - Björn-Olav Dozo, Dick Tomasovic
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0069-1

(not available during 2014-2015) Walloon literature, reading and analysis of texts

30
-
-
3

LROM0039-1

Latin literature from the Middle Ages - Nicola Morato
Q1
45
-
-
3

LROM0052-1

Sociology of literature - Denis Saint-Amand

30
-
-
3

LING0005-1

Sociolinguistics - François Provenzano
Q1
30
-
-
3

LROM0128-1

Metric and modern and contemporary poetic forms - Gérald Purnelle
Q1
30
-
-
3

THEA0005-1

Theater history in Belgium - Nancy Delhalle
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0126-1

Francophone African literature - Danièle Latin
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0181-1

Italian literature history during the Middle Ages to the Renaissance - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
3

LROM0182-1

History of Italian literature : from the Baroque period to the 20th century - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0116-1

Stylistics and criticism in modern Italian (italian language) - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0118-1

Stylistics and criticism in modern Spanish - Alvaro Ceballos Viro
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0189-1

Literature for young people - Daniel Delbrassine
Q2
30
-
-
3

LROM0187-1

Writing of creation - Laurent Demoulin
Q2
30
-
-
3

Transversal knowledge

Choose a field for the final project (Travail de fin de cycle, TFC) :

PTRA0010-1

End-of-cycle project in linguistics - N...

-
-
-
4

PTRA0011-1

End-of-cycle project in literary studies - N...

-
-
-
4

Notice the final project is done in the framework of one of the two required courses of introduction to research (in linguistics or literary studies); the choice of the final project's field (e.g. linguistics) determines the choice of the other required course (e.g. introduction to research in literary studies).

Complete the choice by the other compulsory course :

LROM0067-1

Introduction to research in linguistics - François Provenzano
Q2
30
15
-
4

LROM0193-1

Introduction to research in literary studies - N...

30
15
-
4

Literature

LROM0009-1

Commentary on French Authors from the very beginning to 1350 (in-depth approach) - Nicola Morato
Q2
30
15
-
4

LROM0006-1

Commentary on French Authors from 1350 to 1600 (in-depth approach) - Nadine Henrard
TA
15
30
-
4

LROM0007-1

Commentary on French Authors of the 17th and 18th centuries (in-depth approach) - Françoise Tilkin
Q1
45
-
-
4

LROM0008-1

Commentary on French Authors from the 19th to the 21st century (in-depth approach) - Jean-Pierre Bertrand
Q1
45
-
-
4

LROM0013-2

In-depth history of 19 to 21C French literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
4

LROM0062-1

History of Romance literature - Nadine Henrard
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0123-1

Thorough history of the French-speaking literatures and especially of the Belgian literature - Benoît Denis
Q2
45
-
-
5

Foreign Romance language

Continuation of the language choice made in the 1st and 2nd years :

Spanish Langauge and Literature

Choose two courses out of the following :

LROM0036-1

Spanish linguistics (spanish language) - Alfredo Segura Tornero
Q1
30
-
-
4

LROM0020-1

Spanish-American literature history (spanish language) - Kristine Vanden Berghe
Q2
30
-
-
4

LROM0192-1

The history of Spanish literature (spanish language) - Alvaro Ceballos Viro

30
-
-
4

Italian Language and Literature

LROM0037-1

Italian linguistics (italian language) - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
4

Choose one of the following courses :

LROM0181-1

Italian literature history during the Middle Ages to the Renaissance - Paola Moreno

30
-
-
4

LROM0182-1

History of Italian literature : from the Baroque period to the 20th century - Luciano Curreri
Q2
30
-
-
4

Minor

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

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


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