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Spanish Courses

The following sample course of study is an example of the sequence of courses you might take in order to receive your degree. Please plan to discuss your actual course of study with your advisor, who can help you stay on track to meet your academic and professional goals.

Semester 1

SPAN 101
Beginning Spanish I
Aural–oral aspect of the language. Fundamentals of grammar with practice in reading and writing. Ordinarily not open to students having had more than one year of high school Spanish.
3
credits
FYE
First-Year Experience
A unique course designed to provide first-year college students with knowledge, tips and tricks to support their collegiate career.
1
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
13

Semester 2

SPAN 102
Beginning Spanish II
A continuation of Spanish I with increased emphasis upon speaking, reading, and writing skills.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12

Semester 3

SPAN 201
Intermediate Spanish I
A systematic review of Spanish grammar. Development of writing and speaking skills. Study of selected aspects of Hispanic culture and society through reading and discussion.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12

Semester 4

SPAN 202
Intermediate Spanish II
A continuation of topics and skills studied in Span 201. Reading and discussion of Spanish and Latin American literature and contemporary writings.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12

Semester 5

SPAN 321
Spanish Civilization and Culture
This course explores the history, culture and civilization of Spain. The course is taught in Spanish.
3
credits
SPAN 305
Advanced Spanish Grammar and Communication
A course focusing on advanced grammatical features of Spanish. Emphasis also placed on utilizing the topics of study in conversation and other interactive activities.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
15

Semester 6

SPAN 331
Latin American Culture
A historical examination of the development of Latin American societies along with a study of major cultural characteristics of modern Latin American societies. The course is taught in Spanish.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12

Semester 7

SPAN 341
Introduction to Hispanic Literature
An introductory reading course in literature (short story, poetry, novel) of Spanish–speaking countries.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12

Semester 8

SPAN 342
Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Literature
An introduction to the analysis of literature (narrative, poetry, drama) of Spanish–speaking countries.
3
credits
GEN ED
General Education
General education from across the university
9
credits
Total Credits
12