Spanish (3580)

Spanish (3580)

101 BEGINNING SPANISH I 4 credits
Sequential. Acquisition of basic reading, speaking, writing and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression in everyday situations, through culturally authentic media and texts.
102 BEGINNING SPANISH II 4 credits
Sequential. Prerequisite: 101 or equivalent. Acquisition of basic reading, speaking, writing and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression in everyday situations, through culturally authentic media and texts.
111 INTENSIVE BEGIN SPANISH I 4 credits
Sequential. Prerequisite: Minimum of two years of prior study of Spanish at the secondary level or the equivalent, or a satisfactory score on the UA Spanish Placement Examination, or permission of the instructor. Acquisition of basic reading, speaking, writing, and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression. Sequence covers the entire first year in one semester.
112 INTENSIVE BEGIN SPANISH II 4 credits
Sequential. Prerequisite: Completion of 3580:101 with a grade of B or better, or completion of 3580:111 with a grade of C or better, or a minimum of three years of prior study of Spanish at the secondary level or the equivalent and/or a satisfactory score on the UA Spanish Placement Examination, or permission of the instructor. Acquisition of basic reading, speaking, writing, and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression. Sequence covers the entire first year in one semester.
201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I 3 credits
Sequential. Prerequisite: 102 or equivalent. Continuing acquisition of competence in reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension through use of culturally authentic materials, with emphasis on developing accuracy and self-expression in a wide range of situations.
202 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II 3 credits
Sequential. Prerequisite: 201 or equivalent. Continuing acquisition of competence in reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension through use of culturally authentic materials, with emphasis on developing accuracy and self-expression in a wide range of situations.
211 INTENSIVE INTERMD SPANISH I 3 credits
Prerequisites: Completion of 3580:102 with a grade of B or better, or completion of 3580:112 with a grade of C or better, or minimum of three years of prior study of Spanish at the secondary level or the equivalent and/or a satisfactory score on the UA Spanish Placement Examination, or permission of the instructor. Continuing acquisition of reading, speaking, writing, and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression. Sequence covers entire year in one semester.
212 INTENSIVE INTERMD SPANISH II 3 credits
Prerequisites: completion of 3580:201 with a grade of B or better, or completion of 3580:211 with a grade of C or better, or minimum of three years of prior study of Spanish at the secondary level or the equivalent and/or a satisfactory score on the UA Spanish Placement Examination, or permission of the instructor. Continuing acquisition of reading, speaking, writing, and listening comprehension skills, with emphasis on development of self-expression. Sequence covers entire second year in one semester.
301 SPANISH CONVERSATION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 202 or equivalent. Development of oral expression, listening comprehension and conversational ability.
302 SPANISH COMPOSITION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 202 or equivalent. Development of writing skills through intensive practice and study of written expression in Spanish. Conducted in Spanish.
303 SPANISH GRAMMAR 3 credits
Prerequisite: 202 or equivalent. Post-intermediate review and study of grammar and basic principles of grammatical analysis. Conducted in Spanish.
311 SPANISH/SPANISH-AM CULT EXPER 1-6 credits
Prerequisite: Permission of department chair. Student's residence and study in a Spanish-speaking country. Repeatable once with different content, 12 credits maximum. Only 9 credits may be applied to Spanish minor.
322 SPECIAL TOPICS: SPANISH 3 credits
Prerequisite: 3580: 202. Development of specialized language and/or cultural skills for special purposes.
340 INTRO TO SPANISH & SP-AMER LIT 3 credits
Prerequisite: two of the group 301, 302, and 303 or permission of instructor. Reading and discussion of Spanish and Spanish-American literature of all genres. Introduction to the fundamentals of literary criticism and literary movements. Conducted in Spanish.
350 LITERATURE OF SPAN-AM IN TRANS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 3400:210 or 3400:221. (May not be taken for credit toward the Spanish major or minor.) Reading, discussion of novels, short stories of major Spanish-American authors. Texts and discussion in English.
351 SPANISH FOR PROFESSIONALS: BUS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 301, 302, and 303 or permission of instructor. Study of business terminology as well as cultural factors affecting the conduct of business with Hispanic nations and populations. Conducted in Spanish.
401 ADVANCED SPANISH CONVERSATION 3 credits
Prerequisites: 301 and either 302 or 303 or permission of instructor. Development of speaking skills at a level beyond that achieved in 301. Conducted in Spanish.
402 ADVANCED SPANISH COMPOSITION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 302 and either 301 or 303 or permission of instructor. Development of writing skills at a level beyond that achieved in 302. Conducted in Spanish.
403 ADVANCED GRAMMAR 3 credits
Prerequisites: 303 and either 301 or 302 or permission of instructor. Advanced study of Spanish syntax and grammatical analysis. Conducted in Spanish.
404 INTRO: SPANISH LINGUISTICS 4 credits
Prerequisites: 401, 402, and 403 or permission of instructor. This course provides a detailed overview of the structure of Spanish and areas of inquiry within linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and applied fields.
405 SPANISH LINGUISTICS: PHONOLOGY 4 credits
Prerequisite: 401, 402, and 403 or permission of instructor. Descriptive study of Spanish phonetics and morphology, comparison of Spanish and English sounds, historical aspects, regional accents and sociolinguistic variation. Conducted in Spanish.
406 SPANISH LINGUISTICS: SYNTAX 4 credits
Prerequisite: 401, 402, and 403 or permission of instructor. Descriptive study of Spanish syntax; introduction to theories of grammar; overview of Spanish semantics and pragmatics. Conducted in Spanish.
407 SURVEY OF HISPANIC LIT: SPAIN 4 credits
Prerequisites: 340 and two of the group 401, 402, 403 or permission of instructor. Study of the most representative works and literary movements in Spain from the Middle Ages to the present. Conducted in Spanish.
408 SURVEY OF HISPANIC LIT: SP-AM 4 credits
Prerequisites: 340 and two of the group 401, 402, 403 or permission of instructor. Study of the most representative works and literary movements in Spanish-America from the Discovery to the present. Conducted in Spanish.
409 CULTURAL MANIF MED & REN SPAIN 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Comparative study of representative artistic and literary works of the Medieval and Renaissance periods. Conducted in Spanish.
410 SPANISH APPLIED LINGUISTICS 4 credits
Prerequisites: 401, 402, and 403 or permission of instructor. This course discusses current theories of second language acquisition and their implications for the learning of problematic Spanish structures.
411 SPAIN DURING THE BAROQUE PRD 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. A comparative study of the different cultural manifestations during the 17th century in Spain. Conducted in Spanish.
412 CERVANTES: DON QUIJOTE 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Reading and analysis of Don Quijote as the first modern novel in the historical context of Renaissance and Baroque esthetics. Conducted in Spanish.
413 DON JUAN MYTH IN SPAN CULTURE 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Study of the evolution of the Don Juan myth from its origins to its latest versions in the 20th century.
414 CULT POL IN THE RIVER PLATE 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. This course will examine the military dictatorships of the seventies and eighties in Argentina and Uruguay by looking at how these regimes affected culture.
416 REPRESENTING RLTY 19TH CENT SP 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. A comparative study of the major literary and artistic movements in Spain from Realism to Modernism. Conducted in Spanish.
417 SP/SPAN AMER STU ABROAD EXP 3-6 credits
Prerequisite: Permission of Spanish Section Chair. Credit for student's course work at an accredited university in Spain or Latin America.
418 20TH CENT SP: AV-GAR LIT & ART 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. A comparative study of the major literary and artistic movements in Spain which illustrate the primary cultural changes of the century. Conducted in Spanish
419 SPANISH CIVIL WAR&CULT IMPACT 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Study the impact of the Civil War on Spanish culture.
422 ST: SPEC LANG SKL, CULT, LIT 1-4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. (May be repeated) Development of specialized language skills or reading of significant works of literature or culture not studied in other courses.
425 20TH CENTURY SPANISH-AM NOVEL 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Reading and discussion of representative contemporary Latin American novels. Conducted in Spanish.
427 LATINO CULTURES IN THE USA 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Inquiry into the Latino experience of displacement and marginality through the analysis of cultural manifestations in the U.S.A. Conducted in Spanish.
430 WOMEN IN 20TH CENTURY HISP LIT 4 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 or permission of instructor. Reading and analysis of selected works from the 20th Century that depict women in Hispanic countries. Methodologies of feminist criticism will be studied. Conducted in Spanish.
431 HISPANIC CULTURE: SPAIN 4 credits
Prerequisite: Two of the group 401, 402, 403 or permission of instructor. Study of society, customs, history, art, music, etc. of Spain, from a Hispanic perspective. Conducted in Spanish.
432 HISPANIC CULTURE: SPANISH AMER 4 credits
Prerequisite: Two of the group 401, 402, 403 or permission of instructor. Overview and historical survey of Spanish American civilization and culture. Taken as 532, does not count toward the M.A. in Spanish. Conducted in Spanish.
497 INDIVIDUAL READING IN SPANISH 1-3 credits
Prerequisite: 407 or 408 and departmental permission.

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