Courses in Spanish

SPAN 101-102: Elementary Spanish.
Conversation reading and grammar. Non-native speakers only.

SPAN 201-202: Intermediate Spanish.
Preq: Spanish 102 or equivalent. Structure, cultural reading, conversation. Non-native speakers only.

SPAN 301-302: Spanish Conversation and Composition.
Preq: Spanish 202 or equivalent. Non-native speakers only. Conversation on everyday topics and review of elements of Spanish through structured compositions.

SPAN 380: Readings in Spanish Literature.
Preq: Spanish 301 and/or 302 or consent of instructor. Required for major in Spanish. A survey of the masterpieces of Spanish literature.

SPAN 381: Readings in Spanish American Literature.
Preq: Spanish 301 and/or 302 or consent of instructor. Required for major in Spanish. Survey of the masterpieces of Spanish American literature.

SPAN 403: The Novel in Spain.
Preq: Spanish 380, 381 or consent of instructor. A study of the novel in Spain from the sixteenth century to modern times.

SPAN 405: The Modern Drama of Spain.
Preq: Spanish 380, 381 or consent of instructor. A study of the drama in Spain in the 19th and 20th centuries.

SPAN 407: The Novel of Latin America.
Preq: Spanish 380, 381 or consent of instructor. A study of representative novels of Latin America. Mexico excepted.

SPAN 408: Spanish Civilization.
Preq: Spanish 380, 381 or consent of instructor. Lectures and readings in Spanish history, geography, government, language, music art, etc.

SPAN 425: The Novel in Mexico.
Preq: Spanish 380, 381 or consent of instructor. A study of outstanding novels from 1800 to contemporary times.

SPAN 426: Spanish Literature in English Translation.
Representative works of Spanish literature from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Offered in English translation; repeatable for credit with different course content. May not be counted towards a major or minor in Spanish. Also listed as English 426.

SPAN 427: Latin American Literature in English Translation.
Representative works of 20th century Latin American literature. Offered in English translation; repeatable for credit with different course content. May not be counted towards a major or minor in Spanish. Also listed as English 427.

SPAN 450: The Spanish Language.
Preq: 21 hours of Spanish or consent of instructor. Advanced grammar. General characteristics of the language, including sources, etymology, dialects.

SPAN 460: Applied Linguistics for Spanish.
Preq: Spanish 450 or consent of instructor. Pertinent theories of psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics. Contrastive study of Spanish and English patterns and structures.

SPAN 480: Commercial Spanish.
Preq: Spanish 450 or consent of instructor. Study of common commercial forms for use in Spanish correspondence and business.