Students in Spanish will be able to use their language skills in daily life as well as possess:
- a general understanding (historical and contemporary) of the culture(s) of that language;
- an acquaintance with the literature of that language;
- a general understanding of the grammar of that language;
- (for teaching majors and minors) an acquaintance with traditional and current methodology for teaching modern languages and familiarity with on-going issues in modern languages
|SPNS 201||Intermediate Spanish I 1||3|
|SPNS 202||Intermediate Spanish II 1||3|
|SPNS 321||Adv Spanish Conversations I 1||3|
|SPNS 322||Adv Spanish Conversations II 1||3|
|SPNS 311||Hispanic Culture & Civ I||3|
|or SPNS 312||Hispanic Culture & Civ II|
|Restricted Electives chosen in consultation with advisor.||6|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
Students with fluency may receive credit for these courses through the challenge mechanism.
Certain courses in the program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.