College of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences
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- College of Education and Human Development
- College of Graduate Studies and Research
- Waldron College of Health and Human Services
- College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences
- Artis College of Science and Technology
- College of Visual and Performing Arts
- Other Offices and Departments
- Department of Criminal Justice
- Army ROTC
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Department of History
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- Department of Political Science
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- Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research
Why Study Spanish?
- Spanish is the second most used language in international communication, the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world.
- Estimates indicate that by the year 2015 the United States of America will be the largest Spanish speaking country in the world.
- Countries in Latin America are strengthening and expanding their economies; they are important trading partners.
- By acquiring fluency, it is possible to understand enough to be able communicate with people who speak different languages, particularly those that are also Romance based.
- Employment opportunities increase for those who are fluent in both Spanish and English.
- To study the literature of great writers and thinkers, art and other cultural manifestations without losing anything “in translation.”
- SPAN 101 SPANISH I BEGINNING
- SPAN 102 SPANISH II BEGINNING
- SPAN 103 SPANISH REVIEW FOR BEGINNERS
- SPAN 201 SPANISH III INTERMEDIATE
- SPAN 202 SPANISH IV INTERMEDIATE
- SPAN 211 SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE
- SPAN 212 SPANISH FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
- SPAN 220 SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS I
- SPAN 221 SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS II
- SPAN 300 READINGS IN SPANISH
- SPAN 320 ADVANCED GRAMMAR
- SPAN 323 COMPOSITION AND TRANSLATION
- SPAN 325 SPANISH CULTURE
- SPAN 326 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH CULTURE
- SPAN 335 SPANISH AMERICAN CULTURE
- SPAN 336 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH AMERICAN CULTURE
- SPAN 410 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE I
- SPAN 411 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE II
- SPAN 420 SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LIT I: COLONIAL PERIOD TO VANGUARDISMO
- SPAN 421 SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LIT II POST MODERNISM TO CONTEMPORARY PERIOD
- SPAN 440 SPAN/ENGL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
- SPAN 460 SPECIAL TOPICS
|Spring 2020||101||102||201||202||221||303||323||336||421 OR 460|
|Summer 2020||FORL 109||209||309||409||SUMMER||STUDY||IN SPAIN|
|Spring 2021||01||102||201||202||212||303||323||326||411 OR 460|
|Summer 2021||FORL 109||209||309||409||SUMMER||STUDY||IN MEXICO|
|Fall 2021||101||102||201||202||220||300||320||460||NEW COURSE|
|Spring 2022||101||102||201||202||221||303||323||460||NEW COURSE|
|Summer 2022||FORL 109||209||309||409||SUMMER||STUDY||IN SPAIN
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