Spanish

Spanish Major

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Major Requirements: 11 courses, 41 credits

Students in this major must earn the BA degree.

Core Requirements (3 courses, 9 credits)

Prerequisites:

CAS 101. CAS students only. SBS students by special permission. Restricted to the following majors: Art History, Asian Studies, Biology, Economics, English, French, History, Humanities, International Economics, Music History, Philosophy, Physics, Radiation Science, Spanish, and Undeclared. Instructor consent required for all other majors.

Credits:

1.00

Description:

This course engages students in the early stages of career planning. Students will explore their interests, skills, values, and strengths, which will allow them to begin setting appropriate goals for professional development. Once students understand themselves in relation to the world of work, they will learn how to research careers and employment paths that fit with their goals.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 102 or or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Reviews Spanish grammar and examines Spanish through authentic materials of cultural interest. Students develop written and oral skills through compositions and audio-visual materials. Weekly laboratory sessions required.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 201 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Continues skills development from 201. Students read a collection of short stories, write compositions, develop cultural insights through comparative and contrastive assignments, and practice listening and speaking skills in weekly conversation sessions.

Advanced Courses (8 courses, 32 credits)

Prerequisites:

SPAN 290 or SPAN 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Integrates language learning with culture via business context of the Hispanic world. Spanish for banking and finance, marketing and advertising, and international commerce are highlighted. Students increase their cross-cultural understanding and written and oral proficiency in business Spanish through a wide range of assignments.

Choose one of the following:

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite: Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Develops written and oral skills in various contexts and registers. Emphasis on strengthening written skills and learning to speak clearly and persuasively in Spanish. Short texts and audio-visual materials provide the basis for classroom activities which include regularly assigned essays, group discussions and debates.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203, 250 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Explores a selection of Peninsular and Latin American cultural materials. Primarily examines texts from different literary genres (narrative, drama, essay, and poetry). Develops critical skills required in more advanced Spanish courses, through close readings and textual analysis. Activities include regularly assigned essays, group discussions, and short scene work.

Choose two of the following:

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250. Spanish 290 or 300 are strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the civilization and culture of Spain highlighting its historical development and cultural manifestations from pre-historic times to the nineteenth century. Students improve their four skills through activities that include discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and films.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent. Span 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Introduces students to the complexity Latin America by examining its roots in pre-Columbian America and the impact of Spanish exploration and colonization. Places emphasis on cultural, economic, historical, philosophical, political and religious patterns that define the region. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 202 or 203 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the path taken by Latin American and Caribbean countries to build independent nations out of colonial territories highlighting the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, ethnic plurality, and cultural complexity in areas such as politics, religion, sociology, economics, customs, music & film. The cultural contributions of Spanish-speaking minorities in the United States are also addressed. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on readings and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 250, 290, or 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the process and theory of translation. Materials are drawn from the literary world, the mass media (i.e. advertising, marketing, news, entertainment), and professional sources. Students gain further insights about the linguistic, cultural, and ethical dimensions of the field. Additional grammar review provided as needed.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 300; SPAN 302 is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines authors from Latin America and the Caribbean in their historical and cultural contexts. Reading and class discussions consider the relationship between the writer and society by covering such topics as colonialism, the oral tradition, modernism and the emergence of new narratives in the twentieth century. The Inca Garcilaso, Sor Juana, Carlos Fuentes, Rigoberta Menchu, and Pablo Neruda are among some writers studied.

Choose four additional electives above SPAN-300

 Note: A maximum of two courses from the following list can count as major electives:

Prerequisites:

Take ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Begins with the Cuban revolution as a point of departure and examines films from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. Students explore the relationship between film & society and consider how knowledge of a culture and its history is influenced and shaped by what is seen on the screen. Films in Spanish with English subtitles.

Prerequisites:

ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the myth of a singular Latino experience in the United States through a variety of genres and authors. Issues relating to culture, language, family, and religion are among some of the topics explored. Authors include Sandra Cisneros, House on Mango Street, Junot Diaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Julia Alvarez, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Tato Laviera, and American.

Prerequisites:

ENG 102 or ENG 103 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 300 and SPAN 302 are strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American and Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the intersection between literature and film and the relationships between the written word and the cinematic image. The writers and cinematographers studied represent mainstream as well as marginal voices that address issues of race, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic class in South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

A Seminar for Freshmen with a topic related to the Spanish-speaking world (e.g., culture, politics, society) may be counted toward the major with the approval of the department chair.

AP Credit: Incoming students who receive a score of "4" or "5" on the AP Spanish examination have fulfilled the SPAN-201, SPAN-202/205 core requirement for the major.

 

Residency Requirement Policy: In the College of Arts and Sciences, a two-course (8 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for completion of a minor and a four-course (16 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for the completion of a major.

Spanish Learning Goals & Objectives

Learning goals and objectives reflect the educational outcomes achieved by students through the completion of this program. These transferable skills prepare Suffolk students for success in the workplace, in graduate school, and in their local and global communities.

Learning Goals Learning Objectives
Students will...
Students will be able to...
Achieve competency in oral and aural communication
  • Speak the language using well-organized and cohesive speech patterns with minimal dependence on the use of summary or mere quotations
  • Pronounce the language accurately and with near-native fluency
  • Appropriately use social and/or cultural references
Achieve competency in written communication
  • Use and control complex structures
  • Have command of a rich vocabulary
  • Write with minimal to no interference from other languages
Become familiar with the diversity of world cultures
  • Engage with the historical, socio-political context of the cultures associated with the language
  • Conduct analysis with an awareness of different points of view
  • Recognize different regional accents, dialects, and speech patterns
Learn to think critically
  • Develop a working thesis with strong supporting evidence
  • Understand different literary genres and tropes, cultural phenomena, and methods of textual analysis
  • Demonstrate effective research skills with appropriate documentation

Spanish Minor

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Minor Requirements: 6 courses, 24 credits

Core Requirements (2 courses, 8 credits)

Prerequisites:

SPAN 102 or or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Reviews Spanish grammar and examines Spanish through authentic materials of cultural interest. Students develop written and oral skills through compositions and audio-visual materials. Weekly laboratory sessions required.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 201 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Continues skills development from 201. Students read a collection of short stories, write compositions, develop cultural insights through comparative and contrastive assignments, and practice listening and speaking skills in weekly conversation sessions.

Advanced Courses (4 courses, 16 credits)

Choose one of the following:

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite: Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Develops written and oral skills in various contexts and registers. Emphasis on strengthening written skills and learning to speak clearly and persuasively in Spanish. Short texts and audio-visual materials provide the basis for classroom activities which include regularly assigned essays, group discussions and debates.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203, 250 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Explores a selection of Peninsular and Latin American cultural materials. Primarily examines texts from different literary genres (narrative, drama, essay, and poetry). Develops critical skills required in more advanced Spanish courses, through close readings and textual analysis. Activities include regularly assigned essays, group discussions, and short scene work.

Choose one of the following:

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250. Spanish 290 or 300 are strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the civilization and culture of Spain highlighting its historical development and cultural manifestations from pre-historic times to the nineteenth century. Students improve their four skills through activities that include discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and films.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent. Span 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Introduces students to the complexity Latin America by examining its roots in pre-Columbian America and the impact of Spanish exploration and colonization. Places emphasis on cultural, economic, historical, philosophical, political and religious patterns that define the region. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 202 or 203 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the path taken by Latin American and Caribbean countries to build independent nations out of colonial territories highlighting the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, ethnic plurality, and cultural complexity in areas such as politics, religion, sociology, economics, customs, music & film. The cultural contributions of Spanish-speaking minorities in the United States are also addressed. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on readings and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 250, 290, or 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the process and theory of translation. Materials are drawn from the literary world, the mass media (i.e. advertising, marketing, news, entertainment), and professional sources. Students gain further insights about the linguistic, cultural, and ethical dimensions of the field. Additional grammar review provided as needed.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 290 or SPAN 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Integrates language learning with culture via business context of the Hispanic world. Spanish for banking and finance, marketing and advertising, and international commerce are highlighted. Students increase their cross-cultural understanding and written and oral proficiency in business Spanish through a wide range of assignments.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 300; SPAN 302 is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines authors from Latin America and the Caribbean in their historical and cultural contexts. Reading and class discussions consider the relationship between the writer and society by covering such topics as colonialism, the oral tradition, modernism and the emergence of new narratives in the twentieth century. The Inca Garcilaso, Sor Juana, Carlos Fuentes, Rigoberta Menchu, and Pablo Neruda are among some writers studied.

Choose two electives above SPAN-300.

Note: A maximum of one course from the following list can count toward the minor:

Prerequisites:

Take ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Begins with the Cuban revolution as a point of departure and examines films from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. Students explore the relationship between film & society and consider how knowledge of a culture and its history is influenced and shaped by what is seen on the screen. Films in Spanish with English subtitles.

Prerequisites:

ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the myth of a singular Latino experience in the United States through a variety of genres and authors. Issues relating to culture, language, family, and religion are among some of the topics explored. Authors include Sandra Cisneros, House on Mango Street, Junot Diaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Julia Alvarez, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Tato Laviera, and American.

Prerequisites:

ENG 102 or ENG 103 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 300 and SPAN 302 are strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American and Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the intersection between literature and film and the relationships between the written word and the cinematic image. The writers and cinematographers studied represent mainstream as well as marginal voices that address issues of race, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic class in South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

AP and Other Credit: Incoming students who receive a score of "4" or "5" on the AP Spanish examination have fulfilled the SPAN-201, SPAN-202/205 core requirement for the minor.

A maximum of two courses taken at other institutions or as part of a department-approved study abroad program in a Spanish-speaking country may apply toward the minor.

A Seminar for Freshmen with a topic related to the Spanish-speaking world (e.g., culture, politics, society) may be counted toward the minor with the approval of the department chair.

Residency Requirement Policy: In the College of Arts and Sciences, a two-course (8 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for completion of a minor and a four-course (16 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for the completion of a major.

Minor Programs Policy: A student declaring a minor may use no more than two courses from a major or double major combination to fulfill the requirements for the minor. No more than one course from one minor may count toward the fulfillment of a second minor. Students may not minor in a subject in which they are also completing a major. For more information, see the Minor Programs section of the CAS Degree Requirements page.

Honors

To complete requirements for honors in the major, a candidate must:

  1. Have a major GPA of 3.5 or higher
  2. Have an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher
  3. Complete SPAN-H502
  4. Complete a research paper in SPAN-H502 that is approved by a department faculty member
  5. Make a formal oral presentation
  6. CAS Honors Program students only: Also present work from the senior honors experience at the Honors Symposium or Pecha Kucha event

Prerequisites:

Senior status and permission of Department Chair

Credits:

4.00

Description:

A major research project completed under the supervision of a regular faculty member.

Spanish Courses

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Practice in both oral and written language skills. Class activities are organized around cultural themes that reflect the diversity of the Hispanic world and its interconnectedness with the rest of the world. Weekly laboratory sessions required.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 101 or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Continues skills development from 101. Weekly laboratory sessions required.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 102 or or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Reviews Spanish grammar and examines Spanish through authentic materials of cultural interest. Students develop written and oral skills through compositions and audio-visual materials. Weekly laboratory sessions required.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 201 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Continues skills development from 201. Students read a collection of short stories, write compositions, develop cultural insights through comparative and contrastive assignments, and practice listening and speaking skills in weekly conversation sessions.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 201 or or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

A writing and reading intensive course for students who are thinking about minoring and possibly majoring in Spanish. There will be a brief review of grammar, but the primary materials will come from the textbook, LAZOS,with ancillary materials from the print media and audio-visual sources. A weekly tertulia will be required instead of language lab.

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite: Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Develops written and oral skills in various contexts and registers. Emphasis on strengthening written skills and learning to speak clearly and persuasively in Spanish. Short texts and audio-visual materials provide the basis for classroom activities which include regularly assigned essays, group discussions and debates.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

This course is designed for students who have successfully completed Spanish (201) at Suffolk or its equivalent elsewhere. Through a systematic review of grammar, a diversity of readings, and oral as well as written work, students will increase their lexical and grammatical knowledge of Spanish language specific to the workplace in order to communicate more easily and comfortably. Students will also be better prepared to deal with the specific themes related to business introduced in the course. (This course is not for Spanish minors or majors, but may be taken as a free elective.)

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203, 250 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Explores a selection of Peninsular and Latin American cultural materials. Primarily examines texts from different literary genres (narrative, drama, essay, and poetry). Develops critical skills required in more advanced Spanish courses, through close readings and textual analysis. Activities include regularly assigned essays, group discussions, and short scene work.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250. Spanish 290 or 300 are strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the civilization and culture of Spain highlighting its historical development and cultural manifestations from pre-historic times to the nineteenth century. Students improve their four skills through activities that include discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and films.

Prerequisites:

Spanish 202, 203 or 250 or Instructor's consent. Span 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Introduces students to the complexity Latin America by examining its roots in pre-Columbian America and the impact of Spanish exploration and colonization. Places emphasis on cultural, economic, historical, philosophical, political and religious patterns that define the region. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on reading and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 202 or 203 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 290 or 300 strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the path taken by Latin American and Caribbean countries to build independent nations out of colonial territories highlighting the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, ethnic plurality, and cultural complexity in areas such as politics, religion, sociology, economics, customs, music & film. The cultural contributions of Spanish-speaking minorities in the United States are also addressed. Includes class discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments based on readings and audio-visual material.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 250, 290, or 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the process and theory of translation. Materials are drawn from the literary world, the mass media (i.e. advertising, marketing, news, entertainment), and professional sources. Students gain further insights about the linguistic, cultural, and ethical dimensions of the field. Additional grammar review provided as needed.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 290 or SPAN 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Integrates language learning with culture via business context of the Hispanic world. Spanish for banking and finance, marketing and advertising, and international commerce are highlighted. Students increase their cross-cultural understanding and written and oral proficiency in business Spanish through a wide range of assignments.

Prerequisites:

Take SPAN 290 or SPAN 300 or Instructor's consent.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

An examination of key issues in Hispanic culture today through the study of literature, film, music and TV. The purpose of the course is twofold: To introduce the students to major themes in recent Hispanic society and culture and, to develop the necessary skills to read and analyze literary texts and other cultural forms. Topics to be discussed include dictatorship and democracy, women and representation, political and domestic violence, national identity, immigration, and mass culture. The selected materials will include texts by authors like Manuel Rivas, Mario Vargas Llosa, Carlos Fuentes, Cristina Peri Rossi, Rosa Montero, Carlos Monsivais, and Roberto Bolano among others. (Madrid campus only)

Credits:

4.00

Description:

This is an interdisciplinary course that will examine the historical and socio-economic causes of contemporary Spanish culture. Material will be drawn from a variety of sources including: history, sociology, gender studies, literature and philosophy. Extensive reference will be made to the non-Western cultures which have made Spain what it is today. (Usually taught in English). (Madrid campus only)

Prerequisites:

SPAN-290 or SPAN-300 or Instructor's consent

Credits:

4.00

Description:

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of the city of Madrid in terms of its historical, cultural, and social development. Contemporary aspects of the city such as its rise to prominence amongst the capitals of Europe and the phenomenon of recent immigration patterns will also be discussed. All classes will be conducted in Spanish. Specific grammar points will be reviewed as needed. (Madrid campus only)

Prerequisites:

Take SPAN-290; Taught in Spanish

Credits:

4.00

Description:

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of some Spanish cities from a cultural, economical, and social point of view. Special attention will be paid to Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Malaga, Valencia and Aviles, and how these cities are reacting to gentrification, immigration, local movements, and sustainability. Thus, transforming from industrial to modern cities, from sunny touristic cities to cultural capitals, and from traditional metropolitan centers to young, vintage and gendered urban centers. This course is offered to students from different academic backgrounds under a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 300; SPAN 302 is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines authors from Latin America and the Caribbean in their historical and cultural contexts. Reading and class discussions consider the relationship between the writer and society by covering such topics as colonialism, the oral tradition, modernism and the emergence of new narratives in the twentieth century. The Inca Garcilaso, Sor Juana, Carlos Fuentes, Rigoberta Menchu, and Pablo Neruda are among some writers studied.

Prerequisites:

SPAN 300 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 302 is strongly recommended.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Explores the relationship between social history, cultural identity and artistic expression through a diversity of texts from Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Social justice, mass culture and gender are among the topics examined. Readings include novel, short story, poetry and drama. Films and documentaries further illustrate the connections between society and text.

Prerequisites:

SPAN-300; Spanish 302 or its equivalent is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the changing roles of women in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America through fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry and film. Special focus is placed on the impact that changes in social ideology and culture have had on their identity and writings. Texts available in English.

Prerequisites:

Take ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Begins with the Cuban revolution as a point of departure and examines films from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. Students explore the relationship between film & society and consider how knowledge of a culture and its history is influenced and shaped by what is seen on the screen. Films in Spanish with English subtitles.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

This course offers the students a panoramic view of the most representative Spanish films from the 1950's until today, with special emphasis on its social, political, artistic and cultural context. Films will be viewed in Spanish with English subtitles. Conducted in English, the course will be open to both non-majors in Spanish as well as to advanced-level Spanish majors and minors, with the latter carrying out their written work and individual meetings with the instructor in Spanish.

Prerequisites:

ENG-102 or ENG-103 or Instructor's consent. Span 302 is strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American & Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the myth of a singular Latino experience in the United States through a variety of genres and authors. Issues relating to culture, language, family, and religion are among some of the topics explored. Authors include Sandra Cisneros, House on Mango Street, Junot Diaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Julia Alvarez, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Tato Laviera, and American.

Prerequisites:

ENG 102 or ENG 103 or Instructor's consent. SPAN 300 and SPAN 302 are strongly recommended for Spanish and Latin American and Caribbean Studies majors and minors.

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the intersection between literature and film and the relationships between the written word and the cinematic image. The writers and cinematographers studied represent mainstream as well as marginal voices that address issues of race, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic class in South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

Prerequisites:

Span 290 or Span 300; Instructor's consent; Spanish 302 is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Examines the dynamic relationships that exist between art ( both visual and lyrical) and the written word. Through a juxtaposition of work by twentieth century authors from Latin America and the Caribbean and other artists who explore similar themes, students examine the multiple ways in which art and literature contribute to our understanding of life in Latin America and the Caribbean. Materials are drawn from the fields of music, photography, poetry, prose, theatre, and visual art.

Prerequisites:

Span 290 or 300; Span 302 is strongly recommended

Credits:

4.00

Description:

Students examine the contemporary world of Latin American Theatre. A study of basic theatre concepts and methodology prepares students to perform in Noche de teatro latinoamericano, a public performance of three one-act plays from contemporary Latin American Playwrights. Publicity and set design are also part of the course framework.

Prerequisites:

Senior standing & permission of the Dept. Chair

Credits:

4.00

Description:

A major research project completed under the supervision of a regular faculty member.

Prerequisites:

Senior status and permission of Department Chair

Credits:

4.00

Description:

A major research project completed under the supervision of a regular faculty member.

Prerequisites:

Instructor consent required.

Credits:

1.00- 4.00

Description:

Students meet with a department member to pursue advanced studies in areas of particular interest to them.

Credits:

0.00

Description:

Internship in Madrid, Spain. At least 12 hours a week working for an organization. Designed to give students an international professional learning opportunity. It takes place concurrently with SPAN 295.