Course Catalog

UNDERGRADUATE SPANISH PROGRAM + INTENSIVE COURSE

B) LANGUAGE AND CULTURE PROGRAM (200-300-LEVEL COURSES)

FALL SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Introduction to Business Spanish.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature (up to the 18th Century).
  • Spanish Literature from the 19th Century to the Present.

C. GEOGRAPHY

  • Social and Demographic Changes in Spain.

D. HISTORY

  • History of Spain.

E. HISTORY OF ART

  • History of Art in Spain.

F. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • Traditional Song and Spanish Society: Flamenco, Folklore and Sephardic Songs.
  • Contemporary Spain in the Media.

G. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Spanish and Latin American Economies.
  • The Political Systems of Spain and the European Union.
  • International Marketing.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.


SPRING SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Introduction to Business Spanish.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.
  • Introduction to the Russian language

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature (up to the 18th Century).
  • Spanish Literature from the 19th Century to the Present.

C. GEOGRAPHY

  • Social and Demographic Changes in Spain.

D. HISTORY

  • History of Spain.

E. HISTORY OF ART

  • History of Art in Spain.

F. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • Traditional Song and Spanish Society: Flamenco, Folklore and Sephardic Songs.
  • Contemporary Spain in the Media.

G. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Spanish and Latin American Economies.
  • The Political Systems of Spain and the European Union.
  • International Marketing.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.

C) HISPANIC STUDIES PROGRAM (300-AND ABOVE-LEVEL COURSES)

FALL SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Translation English to Spanish I.
  • Translation English to Spanish II.**
  • Business Spanish.
  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.
  • Spanish Linguistics.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.
  • The World of Languages.

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.
  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.
  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.
  • Latin American Literature.
  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.
  • Micro-narrative and Modern Aesthetics.

C. HISTORY

  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.
  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

D. HISTORY OF ART

  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).
  • Contemporary Spanish Art.
  • History of Spanish Cinema.
  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

E. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • History of Flamenco.
  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.
  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.
  • The Political System of the European Union.
  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.
  • Marketing Communication.
  • Cross-cultural Development

G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Renewable Energies.
  • Civil Engineering and Territory.
  • Mathematics and Reality.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.v



SPRING SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Translation English to Spanish I.
  • Translation English to Spanish II.**
  • Business Spanish.
  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.
  • Spanish Linguistics.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.
  • Introduction to the Russian language.

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.
  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.
  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.
  • Latin American Literature.
  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.
  • Spanish Theater and Social Change.
  • Micro-narrative and Modern Aesthetics.

C. HISTORY

  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.
  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.
  • Contemporary History of America.

D. HISTORY OF ART

  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).
  • Contemporary Spanish Art.
  • Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema.
  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

E. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.
  • The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture.
  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.
  • The Political System of the European Union.
  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.
  • Marketing Communication.
  • Cross-cultural Development

G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain.
  • Ecology and the Environment in Spain.
  • Renewable Energies.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.

GRIIS GRADUATE SPANISH PROGRAM

FALL SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Translation English to Spanish I.
  • Translation English to Spanish II.**
  • Business Spanish.
  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.
  • Spanish Linguistics.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.
  • The World of Languages.

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.
  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.
  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.
  • Latin American Literature.
  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.
  • Micro-narrative and Modern Aesthetics.

C. HISTORY

  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.
  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

D. HISTORY OF ART

  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).
  • Contemporary Spanish Art.
  • History of Spanish Cinema.
  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

E. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • History of Flamenco.
  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.
  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.
  • The Political System of the European Union.
  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.
  • Marketing Communication.
  • Cross-cultural Development

G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Renewable Energies.
  • Civil Engineering and Territory.
  • Mathematics and Reality.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.v



SPRING SUBJECTS

A. LANGUAGE

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.
  • Translation English to Spanish I.
  • Translation English to Spanish II.**
  • Business Spanish.
  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.
  • Spanish Linguistics.
  • Spanish Sign Language.
  • Introduction to the Arabic language.
  • Introduction to the Russian language.

B. LITERATURE

  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.
  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.
  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.
  • Latin American Literature.
  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.
  • Spanish Theater and Social Change.
  • Micro-narrative and Modern Aesthetics.

C. HISTORY

  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.
  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.
  • Contemporary History of America.

D. HISTORY OF ART

  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).
  • Contemporary Spanish Art.
  • Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema.
  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

E. CULTURE

  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.
  • Islamic Culture in Spain.
  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.
  • The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture.
  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.
  • The Political System of the European Union.
  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.
  • Marketing Communication.
  • Cross-cultural Development

G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain.
  • Ecology and the Environment in Spain.
  • Renewable Energies.

H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish.

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