SPAN 8036 ADVANCED SPANISH CONVERSATION (3 credits)
Oral practice employing complex and sophisticated conversational structures in formal speeches and discussions of readings. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4030)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): SPAN 3030 or departmental permission.
SPAN 8046 ADVANCED COMPOSITION AND STYLISTICS (3 credits)
Advanced grammatical principles, composition, and stylistics. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4040)
SPAN 8156 LITERATURE/CULTURE: CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN 1898-2000 (3 credits)
"Literature/ Culture: Central America and the Caribbean 1898- 2000" studies major historical and socio-cultural events in Latin American history in the 20th century, through their articulation in literary texts, film, and other cultural expressions from Central America and the Hispanic Caribbean. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4150, CACT 8156)
SPAN 8166 LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE OF THE 20TH CENTURY (3 credits)
Critical and analytical study of Spanish-American dramatists, poets, and essayists from modernism to the present. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4160)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): SPAN 3220 or departmental permission.
SPAN 8226 THE STRUCTURE OF SPANISH (3 credits)
A survey of the linguistic structure of Spanish. Topics include phology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4220)
SPAN 8356 LATIN AMERICAN SHORT STORY (3 credits)
Representative stories of the 19th and 20th centuries, from Romanticism to the present. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4350)
SPAN 8440 SEMINAR:SPANISH COMPOSITION (3 credits)
This course provides opportunities for students to refine their composition skills in Spanish through extensive writing workshops and peer editing. Computer applications to composition will be employed.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Admisssion to the Graduate College.
SPAN 8456 INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM (3 credits)
An introduction to modern literary theory, from Ferdinand de Sausurre's course in general linguistics and Russian formalism, to postmodernism. Theory will be read in English and Spanish. Literature for discussion and analysis will be read in Spanish. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4450)
SPAN 8900 SPANISH INDEPENDENT STUDY: GRADUATE ONLY (1-3 credits)
Specifically planned projects and readings in a well-defined field of literature or linguistics carried out under the supervision of a member of the foreign languages faculty holding graduate faculty status.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Acceptance into the Master of Arts in Language Teaching Program (MALT). Must have completed a minimum of six graduate credit hours.
SPAN 8906 INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3 credits)
Specially planned readings in a well-defined field of literature, carried out under the supervision of a member of the foreign language faculty. Designed primarily for the student who has need of work not currently available in the departmental offerings and who has demonstrated capability of working independently. May be repeated for credit once. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4900)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Senior status, no incompletes outstanding, and departmental permission.
SPAN 8956 PRO-SEMINAR: LITERATURE AND/OR FILM (3 credits)
This course is dedicated to the study of a narrower field of the literature and/or cinema of the Spanish-speaking world. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4950)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Graduate standing
SPAN 8966 PRO-SEMINAR: CULTURE AND SOCIETY (3 credits)
This course will address a narrow field of study of the civilization, history, film, contemporary culture, art, politics, and/or cultural studies of the Spanish-speaking world. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4960)
SPAN 8976 PRO-SEMINAR: LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE FOR THE PROFESSONALS (3 credits)
This course will address a narrow field of study of linguistics, translation/interpretation or the professional language of the Spanish-speaking world. (Cross-listed with SPAN 4970)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Graduate standing.