S100-S150 Elementary Spanish I-II (4-4 cr.)
Intensive introduction to present-day Spanish, with drills for mastery of phonology, basic structural patterns, and functional vocabulary. Attendance in the language lab may be required.

S100/S150 Combined (8 cr.) S200-S250 Second-Year Spanish I-II (3-3 cr.)
Intensive introduction to present-day Spanish, with drills for mastery of phonology, basic structural patterns, and functional vocabulary. Attendance in the language lab may be required. Coursemeets daily.

S200-S250 Intermidiate Spanish I-II (3-3 cr.)
Intensive drill reviewing important structural and vocabulary problems, coordinated with literary readings. II. Discussions in Spanish of contemporary Hispanic literature. Practice in composition both semesters. Attendance in the language lab may be required.

S200/S250 Combined (6 cr.)
Intensive drill reviewing important structural and vocabulary problems, coordinated with literary readings. II. Discussions in Spanish of contemporary Hispanic literature. Practice in composition both semesters. Attendance in the language lab may be required. Course meets daily.

S275/S291 Hispanic Culture and Conversation (3 cr.)
Practice of language skills through reading and discussion of Hispanic culture. Treats facets of popular culture, diversity of the Spanish-speaking world, and themes of social and political importance. Conducted in Spanish.

S301-S302-S303 The Hispanic World I-II-III (3-3-3 cr.)
Introduction to Hispanic culture through literature. Study of representative literary works from both Spain and Spanish America, in the context of Hispanic history,art,philosophy,folklore,etc.

S311 Spanish Grammar (3 cr.)
Review of the major points of Spanish grammar.

S312 Written Composition in Spanish (3 cr.)
Course integrates the four basic language skills into a structured approach to composition. Some review of selected points of Spanish grammar included. Emphasis on correct usage, vocabulary building, and stylistic control.

S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction (3 cr.)
Intensive controlled conversation correlated with readings, reports, debates, and group discussions. Spanish pronunciation and diction. May be repeated once for credit overseas.

S363 Introduction to Hispanic Culture (3 cr.)
Critical analysis of film, literature, and culture of the Spanish-Speaking world. Variable content. May be repeated once for credit.

S407 Survey of Spanish Literature I (3 cr.)
A historical survey that covers major authors, genres, periods, and movements from the Spanish Middle Ages through the Baroque period of the seventeenth century. Readings include prose works, poetry, and drama.

S408 Survey of Spanish Literature II (3 cr.)
A historical survey of Spanish literature that covers the main current of Spain's literary history in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. Readings include prose works, poetry, essay, and drama.

S411 Spanish Culture and Civilization (3 cr.)
A course to integrate historical, social, political, and cultural information about Spain.

S412 Latin American Culture and Civilization (3 cr.)
A course to integrate historical, social, political, and cultural information about Spanish America.

S419 Modern Spanish Prose Fiction (3 cr.)
Spanish prose fiction from mid-nineteenth-century realism through post-Spanish Civil War narrative innovations.

S420 Modern Spanish American Prose Fiction (3 cr.)
Spanish American prose fiction from late nineteenth-century modernism to the present.

S450 Don Quixote (3 cr.)
Detailed analysis of Cervantes' novel. Life and times of the author. Importance of the work to the development of the novel as an art form.

S470 Women and Hispanic Literature (3 cr.)
Hispanic women within cultural context through literary texts. Topics such as women authors, characters, themes, and feminist criticism.

S471 Survey of Spanish American Literature I (3 cr.)
A historical survey of Spanish American Literature. This course covers major authors, genres, periods, and movements from pre-Columbian times, through the Conquest and the Spanish Colonies, to the beginning of the Nineteenth Century when the Spanish American republics were born.

S472 Survey of Spanish American Literature II (3 cr.)
A historical survey of Spanish American Literature. This course covers major authors, genres, periods, and movements. This literary survey course begins in the nineteenth century when Spanish Colonial rule ended and most Spanish American countries became republics, and follows the growth of Spanish American literature up to the present day.

S494 Individual Readings in Hispanic Studies (1-3 cr.)

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