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Undergraduate Spanish

2017 Fall Term

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4 Units

BEGINNING SPANISH (GH)

Spanish 141

An elementary course with oral emphasis. Grammar, reading, writing, conversation.


4 Units

BEGINNING SPANISH (GH)

Spanish 142

Continuation of SPANISH 141.


4 Units

INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (GH)

Spanish 251

Grammar review, reading, oral and written exercises. Conversation.


4 Units

INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (GH)

Spanish 252

Continuation of SPANISH 251.


3 Units

SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS (GH)

Spanish 320

The course presents students the opportunity to achieve a clear grasp of written and oral formal Spanish as well as comprehension of the origins, development, and richness of Spanish and the peoples that speak it. This setting also offers a culturally contextualized, structured forum for the exploration of topics pertaining to the linguistic and cultural identity of Spanish speakers within and without the United States.


3 Units

ADVANCED SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDY (GH)

Spanish 321

A thorough study of the structure of the language. Practical application through conversation and composition.


3 Units

ADVANCED SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDY (GH)

Spanish 322

Continuation of SPANISH 321.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF LATIN AMERICA I

Spanish 333

Introductory-level study of representative 19th and 20th Cenrury literary texts of Latin-America with an emphasis on vocabulary acquisition.


3 Units

SPANISH CIVILIZATION

Spanish 350

Study of the political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary development of Spain and Hispanic areas from remote times to the present day.


3 Units

SPANISH FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS

Spanish 371

This course is a Spanish language course geared toward individuals studying or working in health-related areas.The course is devoted to the study of medical Spanish terminology and the cultural issues related to successful interactions with Spanish-speaking patients and their families in the clinical encounter. It will introduce the student to a wide array of vocabulary particular to the medical field, as well as help the student develop a cultural understanding of medicine and illness in the Spanish-speaking world to prepare for potential work with Spanish-speaking patients in future careers in medicine, nursing, social work, translation/interpretation, or mental health settings.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL SPANISH & THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY

Spanish 372

This course reinforces the student's Spanish skills while focusing on many different aspects of working with the Hispanic community that relate to the law. The class will cover a broad mix of legal contexts, while building the student's practical legal terminology and written oral communication skills. In addition, emphasis will be placed on cultural issues that may affect successful interaction with Spanish-speaking individuals and families faced with matters concerning the law.


1 Units

SPANISH CONVERSATION

Spanish 390

Designed to maintain and increase oral fluency in Spanish. Emphasis on spontaneous use of the language. Repeatable five times for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.


3 Units

SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE

Spanish 452

General history of Spanish literature from the end of the eighteenth century to the present day. Reading of representative works of each genre.


1-3 Units

INTERNSHIP IN SPANISH

Spanish 493

Internships are available in business, government or social service agencies for suitably prepared students wishing to pursue a career that involves foreign languages. Repeatable. Satisfactory/No Credit Grade Basis Only.


1-3 Units

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Spanish 498

Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.

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