SPAN 1010, 1020, 2010, 2010 are Beginning and Intermediate Spanish language courses that are taught in regular or hybrid formats.
SPAN 3020: INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATON AND READING and
SPAN 3040: INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION
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.
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
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.