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CUNY Council on World Language Study

The purpose of the Council is to promote CUNY-wide articulation among foreign language departments and programs through the dissemination and exchange of information; to discuss issues of interest to the CUNY language instructional community; to further and enhance the study of modern and classical languages and literatures at CUNY and make recommendations for the improvement of same; to encourage faculty development; and to act as the spokesperson for foreign languages at CUNY vis-a-vis the Central Administration and other organizations and institutions.

Council Office:
Box B6-280
Baruch College
55 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10010
Phone: 646-312-4217
Fax: 646-312-4211

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Courses/ Issues – Flexible Core

  • 1) Does any of the colleges already has a formalized agreement, e.g. passed faculty senate or College Pathways Committee?
    2) If you have 4+ credit FL GEN ED classes how are you approaching the issue?
    Some colleges are exploring a 3 credit/ 4 hour model other are exploring 3 credits instructional time with 2 hours recitation/ 2 hours LAB.
    3) What courses are you sending to the flexible core?
    4) Are the colleges limiting the number of courses you can send?
    5) Are you facing opposition from other disciplines/areas, e.g. cultural diversity courses?
    6) What is your timeline to submit the courses?

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