SPAN 302 Advanced Spanish Language and Civilization

A study of the most difficult 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. Text materials deal with civilization
and 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. While students may take both courses, either one will satisfy a minor/major

ENGL 364 Advanced African American Literature

The advanced course in African American literature will offer the student a focused study of a particular theme or topic within the
African American literary tradition. In addition to literary works, this course will engage historical and critical pieces. Varying by year,
subjects might include: African American Literary Theory, African American Satire, Black Existentialist Literature, the Harlem
Renaissance, the Black Arts Movement, African American Modernism/Postmodernism, or any other focused examination of a topic or