Spanish Graduate Institute
Course Offerings Summer 2013
See Graduate Catalog (PDF) for descriptions.
All courses will tentatively be offered June 24-July 26, 2013.
SPAN 523 STYLISTICS AND COMPOSITION: Designed to give students a feeling for Spanish style in writing, a sense of shades of meaning, and a mastery of certain difficulties of Spanish grammar and syntax. Writing of original compositions, précis writing and translation from English to Spanish. Required for degree.
M-F 9 AM-10:30 AM MC 201 Dr. Wilfredo Valentín-Márquez
SPAN 531 (Undergraduate 462*) Evolution of the spanish language: Historical survey of the development of the Spanish language from its Latin beginnings and its later influences to the languages of today. Particularly recommended for students within a summer or two of their comprehensive examinations.
M-F 10:45AM-12:15PM MC 201 Dr. Wilfredo Valentín-Márquez
SPAN 571 (Undergraduate 471*) ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY SPAIN: Presents a selected view of current developments in Spain of significance to its inhabitants. May include internal politics, foreign affairs, economy, educational system, sociological changes, arts and sciences.
M-F 3:15-4:45PM MC 201 Dr. Marco Antolín
SPAN 585/586 (Undergraduate 486*) SEMINAR IN 19TH/20TH CENTURY LIT:
M-F 1:30-3 PM MC 201 Dr. Marco Antolín
For more information about these courses, please contact Dr. Marco Antolín, Spanish Graduate Institute Director.
See Undergraduate Catalog (PDF) for descriptions.
Undergraduate students who have 24 or more undergraduate language credits and are able to observe the no-English rule are also permitted to participate. For these students a number o f courses such as Conversation, Composition, Functional Grammar Review, Aspects of Contemporary Germany, and sometimes Phonetics are offered on a regular basis. Undergraduate students must seek permission of Spanish Graduate Institute Director prior to registration.