Spanish

SPAN 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course covers grammar, pronunciation, and aural-oral comprehension. Prerequisite: No previous Spanish study, or one year of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 101. Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or one to two years of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 105 INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH--Six hours; 6 credits. This is an intensive course covering the material of SPAN 101-102 in one semester. Prerequisite: No previous Spanish study or one year of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 203 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a review of grammar, pronunciation and composition, with graded readings. It provides further development of aural-oral proficiency. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or two to three years of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 204 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 203. Prerequisite: SPAN 203 or three to four years of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 206 INTENSIVE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH--Six hours; 6 credits. This is an intensive course covering the material of SPAN 203-204 in one semester. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or two to three years of Spanish in high school.

SPAN 305 LATIN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a survey of Latin-American literature from its origin to Ricardo Palma of Peru. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 306 LATIN-AMERICAN LITERATURE II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a survey of Latin-American literature from Ricardo Palma to the present. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 307 BUSINESS SPANISH--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a course designed for students who wish to become acquainted with the language of business in Spanish. Business terminology, basic letter reading and writing are introduced and developed. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 311 ADVANCED SPANISH CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course covers development of fluency and grammatical accuracy in speaking Spanish, as well as writing of original compositions with stress on advanced grammar analysis and use of idiomatic expressions. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 312 ADVANCED SPANISH CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 311. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 313 HISPANIC FOLKLORE AND LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN--Three hours; 3 credits. This course acquaints students with Hispanic, African, and Latin-American customs, beliefs, and traditions through proverbs, songs, riddles, and stories. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 315 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a general survey of Spanish literature from its beginning to 1700. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 316 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a general survey of Spanish literature from 1700 to the present time. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 317 SPANISH CIVILIZATION I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course provides a comprehensive study of the origin and development of the Spanish nation and of its cultural role in human history up to 1700. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 318 SPANISH CIVILIZATION II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course traces the development of Spain from 1700 to the present, including emphasis on the Hispanic culture outside of Spain. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 320 BLACK WRITERS OF SPANISH EXPRESSION--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is an analysis and interpretation of the literature of the Caribbean, mainland Spanish America, and Africa which expresses the Black or African experience. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 322 CAREER SPANISH FOR THE SERVICE PROFESSIONS I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course offers specialized Spanish which prepares students who are in training to become professionals in social work, mental health, psychology, urban affairs, and related fields to relate and communicate effectively with the Spanish-speaking community. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 323 CAREER SPANISH FOR THE SERVICE PROFESSIONS II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course provides field experience through social service agencies, both public and private, which deal with the Spanish-speaking community. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 401 SENIOR SEMINAR--Three hours; 3 credits. The course focuses on independent research problems and a detailed review of the principal phases of Spanish literature, language, and culture. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

SPAN 403 SPANISH LITERATURE OF THE RENAISSANCE AND THE BAROQUE--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a study of "La Celestina," "Lazarillo de Tormes," and other picaresque novels, with attention directed to the social, religious, economic, and political ideas that are reflected in these works. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 404 CERVANTES--Three hours; 3 credits. This course covers the life and works of Cervantes with particular emphasis on "Don Quixote" and "Las Novelas Ejemplares." Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 405 GOLDEN AGE LITERATURE: THE DRAMA--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a study of the chief Spanish dramatists of the seventeenth century with readings of representative plays of the period. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 406 SPANISH ROMANTICISM AND COSTUMBRISMO--Three hours; 3 credits. This course examines the origins, development, opposing forces, and various manifestations of the Romantic movement during the first half of the nineteenth century. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 407 LITERATURE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a critical analysis and discussion of the most representative writers of the period with particular emphasis on the novelists. Typical authors are Galdós, Pereda, Valera, Pardo Bazán, Pérez de Ayala, and Benavente. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 408 LITERATURE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 407. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 409 LITERATURE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY I--Three hours; 3 credits. Beginning with the generation of 1898, this course offers a study of the most representative writers of the present century, such as Unamuno, Ortega y Gasset, Azorín, J. R. Jiménez, Machado, García Lorca, R.. Pérez de Ayala, etc. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 410 LITERATURE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 409. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 411 ADVANCED SPANISH SYNTAX AND STYLISTICS I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a systematic and thorough review of advanced Spanish grammar. It stresses difficult points of syntax and analysis of stylistics. Its emphasis is on spoken and written language. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 412 ADVANCED SPANISH SYNTAX AND STYLISTICS II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 411. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 420 TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING SPANISH I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is designed to develop advanced skills through training in translation and interpretation. Students translate Spanish texts from different fields with emphasis on grammar and literary quality. They also practice translation from English into Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 421 TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING SPANISH II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of SPAN 420. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 450 SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPANISH--Three hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: SPAN 204.

SPAN 498 SENIOR INTERNSHIP--Five hours; 3 credits. This course provides the opportunity for the student to obtain supervised work experience in the major at an off-campus site selected and approved by the Departmental Chairperson. Registration is limited to seniors with minimum 3.0 cumulative and major averages and requires approval of the Departmental Chairperson. Exceptions may be approved by the Dean.

SPAN 499 SENIOR RESEARCH OR TEACHING/TUTORIAL ASSISTANTSHIP--Five hours; 3 credits. This course provides the opportunity for the student to attain firsthand research or teaching/tutorial experience under the supervision and mentorship of a tenure-track faculty member. Registration is limited to seniors with minimum of 3.0 cumulative and major averages and requires the approval of the Departmental Chairperson. Exceptions may be approved by the Dean.