Spanish

SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish

Review and continuation of grammar; composition; training for oral proficiency. Reading of modern literary works of Spain and Spanish
America.

SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish

Review and continuation of grammar; composition; training for oral proficiency. Reading of modern literary works of Spain and Spanish
America.

SPAN 209 Spanish in Latin America

An intensive study of Spanish at Estudio Sampere’s Cuenca, Ecuador location or other host institutions. This course satisfies the
proficiency requirement in foreign languages, as well as the foundation requirement for experiential learning beyond the Rhodes campus.

SPAN 301 Advanced Spanish Language and Culture

A study of rich, complex aspects of the Spanish language with emphasis on the four skills of speaking, understanding spoken Spanish, writing, and reading. Special attention is given to the idiomatic character of the language. Each section focuses on a specific field of study, social and cultural context, and/or current event. Aural comprehension and oral production are stressed in 301; composition is stressed in 302, a writing intensive course. These courses need not be taken in sequence.

SPAN 302 Advanced Spanish Language and Culture

A study of rich, complex aspects of the Spanish language with emphasis on the four skills of speaking, understanding spoken Spanish, writing, and reading. Special attention is given to the idiomatic character of the language. Each section focuses on a specific field of study, social and cultural context, and/or current events. Aural comprehension and oral production are stressed in 301; composition is stressed in 302, a writing intensive course. These courses need not be taken in sequence.

SPAN 303 Survey of Peninsular Spanish Literature

Reading and analysis of selected works of Peninsular Spanish literature from a range of genres. Beginning with a brief introduction to
Spain’s multicultural past, the course will provide students with a panoramic survey of the major periods in Spanish cultural and literary
history from the 11th through the 21st centuries. Emphasis given to the fundamentals of literary research and analysis. Ideally, this
course should be taken early in the minor/major, shortly after completing 301 or 302.

Prerequisite: Spanish 301 or 302 or 305 or 309

SPAN 305 Spanish in Spain

A study of the most difficult aspects of the Spanish language with emphasis on the four skills of speaking, understanding, writing, and
reading. Special attention is given to the idiomatic character of the language. The course is offered in conjunction with Estudio Sampere
or Universidad de Deusto.