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SPANISH (SPAN 16.09)

SPAN 101. Elementary Spanish I. 3-3-0. Pronunciation and fundamental grammatical structure in the language are introduced. Emphasis is on the development of the language skills. [LCCN: CSPN 1013] (16.0905)

SPAN 102. Elementary Spanish II. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: SPAN 101. Continued emphasis on the development of language skills. [LCCN: CSPN 1023] (16.0905)

SPAN 111. Honors Elementary Spanish. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Honors placement or permission of department head. This accelerated introductory course emphasizes reading, speaking, listening, and writing while exploring linguistic and cultural concepts in the Spanish-speaking world. Credit towards graduation may not be earned in this course and SPAN 101 and/or 102. (16.0905)

SPAN 201. Intermediate Spanish I. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: SPAN 102. Reading with more emphasis on comprehension as well as oral and written expression of the language. Controlled conversation in the language and a review of the basic principles of grammar. [LCCN: CSPN 2013] (16.0905)

SPAN 202. Intermediate Spanish II. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: SPAN 201. Comprehension as well as oral and written expression of the language. Controlled conversation in the language and a review of the basic principles of grammar. [LCCN: CSPN 2023] (16.0905)

SPAN 211. Honors Intermediate Spanish. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Honors placement or permission of department head and C or better in SPAN 102 or 111. This accelerated intermediate course continues emphasizing reading, speaking, listening, and writing while exploring linguistic and cultural concepts in the Spanish-speaking world. Credit towards graduation may not be earned in this course and SPAN 201 and/or 202. (16.0905)

SPAN 303. Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation. 3-3-0. Drill in original composition in the language with attention to style, syntax, idioms, and verb forms. Class discussions in the language. (16.0905)

SPAN 312. Advanced Spanish Grammar. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202 or equivalent. Intensive study of grammar and syntax. (16.0905)

SPAN 313. Honors Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Honors placement or permission of department head and C or better in SPAN 202 or 211. This accelerated advanced course emphasizes writing and speaking with attention to style, syntax, idioms, and other grammatical forms in Spanish. Credit towards graduation may not be earned in this course and SPAN 303. (16.0905)

SPAN 318. Advanced Composition. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: SPAN 312. Further development of essential grammatical concepts to develop descriptive and narrative compositions in the target language. (16.0905)

SPAN 324. Advanced Spanish Conversation. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202 or equivalent. Emphasis in communicative competency and mastery of language structures. (16.0905)

SPAN 330. Spanish for Business and International Trade I. 3-3-0. Introduction to Spanish for business, finance, and trade. (16.0905)

SPAN 331. Spanish for Business and International Trade II. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: C or higher in SPAN 330. Continued study of Spanish for business, finance, and trade. (16.0905)

SPAN 335. Medical Spanish I. 3-3-0. Designed to provide students with a knowledge of basic Spanish grammar and medical phrases and vocabulary to prepare for everyday situations that they may encounter working in hospitals, doctors’ offices and clinics when dealing with Spanish-speaking patients and personnel in the United States. (16.0908)

SPAN 336. Medical Spanish II. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: C or better in SPAN 335. Designed to provide students with advanced knowledge of basic Spanish grammar and medical phrases and vocabulary to prepare for everyday situations that they may encounter working in hospitals, doctors’ offices and clinics when dealing with Spanish-speaking patients and personnel in the United States. (16.0908)

SPAN 340. Spanish for Educators I. 3-3-0. Designed to provide students with knowledge of basic Spanish grammar, educational phrases, and vocabulary to prepare for everyday situations that they may encounter working in an educational setting with Spanish speakers. (16.0905)

SPAN 341. Spanish for Educators II. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: C or higher in SPAN 340. Continued study of basic Spanish grammar, educational phrases, and vocabulary to prepare students for everyday situations that they may encounter working in an educational setting with Spanish speakers. (16.0905)

SPAN 351. Introduction to Spanish Literature. 3-3-0. Literature from the Romance period to the Golden Age. (16.0905)

SPAN 355. Introduction to Spanish-American Literature. 3-3-0. Literature from the Colonial era to the Independence period. (16.0905)

SPAN 401. Readings in Spanish-American Literature. 3-3-0. Readings in contemporary Spanish American prose literature. Special emphasis on comprehension as well as oral and written expression in the language. (16.0905)

SPAN 402. Readings in Spanish Literature. 3-3-0. Readings in contemporary Spanish prose literature. Comprehension as well as oral and written expression in the language. (16.0905)

*SPAN 403. Topics in Language and Linguistics. 3-3-0. Intensive study of a specialized area of language or linguistics. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (16.0905)

*SPAN 404. Topics in Culture and Civilization. 3-3-0. Intensive study of a specialized area of Hispanic civilization. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (16.0905)

*SPAN 405. Topics in Literature. 3-3-0. Study of a specialized area of Hispanic literature. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (16.0905)

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