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REGULAR COURSE OFFERINGS

Please see the General Catalog for specific course descriptions. 

LANGUAGE COURSES

SPAN 1010, 1020, 2010, 2010 are Beginning and Intermediate Spanish language courses that are taught in regular or hybrid formats.

GRAMMAR

SPAN 3020: INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATON AND READING and

SPAN 3040: INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION

OR

SPAN 3060: ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION (Students with advanced proficiency in Spanish through extended residence in a Spanish-speaking environment (e.g. native speaker, military service personnel, LDS missionaries), are not eligible to take Spanish courses below the 3060 level.

CORE COURSES

SPAN 3070: INTRO TO TEXTUAL ANALYSIS

SPAN 4550: SPANISH CIVILIZATION AND CULTURE

SPAN 4560: CULTURE AND CUSTOMS OF SPANISH AMERICA

SPAN 4620: INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LITERATURE

SPAN 4630: SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE

ELECTIVES

SPAN 3510/3520: BUSINESS SPANISH I/II

SPAN 3940: COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING

SPAN 4900: SPECIAL TOPICS-UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL. Works, authors, and genres not normally covered elsewhere. Repeatable for credit when topic varies.

SPAN 5242: PHONETICS AND SPANISH PRONUNCIATION

SPAN 6900: SPECIAL TOPICS –GRADUATE LEVEL. Topics vary. Graduate students take several 6900 courses to complete their degrees.

Last Updated: 3/22/17