Spanish Courses (SPAN)

  1. 155 Spanish in Transition and Lab
  2. 201 Intermediate Spanish I and Lab
  3. 202 Intermediate Spanish II and Lab
  4. 210 Off-Campus Spanish Language/Culture Study
  5. 244 Hispanic Topics
  6. 303 Spanish Composition and Conversation
  7. 350 Civilization and History of Latin America
  8. 423 Seminar in Hispanic Literary Perspectives
  9. 424 Seminar in Hispanic Literary Perspectives
  10. 430 Semester Abroad
  11. 444 Advanced Hispanic Topics
  12. 450 Spanish Internship

155 Spanish in Transition and Lab

4 Credits

The emphasis is on communicative skills and contemporary cultures of Spain and Latin America.

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201 Intermediate Spanish I and Lab

4 Credits

The student acquires greater communicative confidence through extended vocabulary and intermediate-level grammatical structures. The conversational component of the course encourages the student's creative usage of cultural information, vocabulary and structure.

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202 Intermediate Spanish II and Lab

4 Credits

The student acquires greater communicative confidence through extended vocabulary and intermediate-level grammatical structures. The conversational component of the course encourages the student's creative usage of cultural information, vocabulary and structure.

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210 Off-Campus Spanish Language/Culture Study

4 Credits

This course provides on-site experiential learning. It expands the student's knowledge and understanding of the language, civilization, character, contemporary life, society and issues of a Spanish-speaking country. Country, academic emphasis and design of the trip vary.

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244 Hispanic Topics

4 Credits

This course explores a subject of a particular interest or timeliness. Content may focus on skill development or special areas of emphasis such as Hispanic music or film, readings and discussion on popular culture, Hispanic culture through media, Latinos in the U.S. or indigenous issues.

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303 Spanish Composition and Conversation

4 Credits

The student acquires communicative practice to develop intermediate-high writing and speaking skills. The student understands and interprets written and spoken language on a variety of topics and present observations, concepts and ideas orally and in writing.

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350 Civilization and History of Latin America

4 Credits

This course examines the hitorical development of the civilizations of Hispanic America from the contact period to the present. It emphasizes the foundations of the racial, cultural and social components of contemporary national identity.

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423 Seminar in Hispanic Literary Perspectives

4 Credits

The student reads, analyzes and discusses Hispanic texts selected from a particular theme, period or group of writers. In this capstone course the student shows near mastery of literary and cultural conventions of Hispanic experiences.

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424 Seminar in Hispanic Literary Perspectives

4 Credits

The student reads, analyzes and discusses Hispanic texts selected from a particular theme, period or group of writers.

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430 Semester Abroad

12-16 Credits

The student who has completed the equivalent of intermediate Spanish may apply to participate in Semester Abroad at an accredited institution.

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444 Advanced Hispanic Topics

4 Credits

This course explores a subject of particular interest or timeliness at a more advanced level than SPAN 244 with similar topics.

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450 Spanish Internship

1-6 Credits

Individual service and practical experience in Hispanic-related organizations and/or institutions under supervised directives.

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