Santa Clara University

Modern Languages and Literatures department

The Spanish Studies Program


At Santa Clara University

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Detailed course descriptions can be found here.

Graduation Checklist: Old Core   Core 2009

MAJOR – minimum of 40 Upper Division Units MINOR – minimum of 19 Upper Division Units
 As part of the 40 units, the following courses must be included:  As part of the 19 units, the following courses must be included:
  • Spanish 100 or dept. approved substitution
  • Spanish 101 or dept. approved substitution
  • Spanish 175 (Spanish Applied Linguistics I
  • Survey Course chosen from SPAN 120, 121, 130 or 131
  • One course in Latin American Literature or Culture
  • One course in Spanish Peninsular Literature or Culture
  • Remaining units taken in upper division electives
  • 20 Units taken at SCU or taught by SCU Faculty
  • Maintain a grade point average of 2.0 in major
  • Spanish 100 or dept. approved substitution
  • Spanish 101 or dept. approved substitution
  • One course in Hispanic Literature or Culture
  • Remaining units taken in upper division electives
  • Maintain a grade point average of 2.0 in minor
  • 10 units taken at SCU or taught by SCU faculty
                                                                            

 

  • A junior year of study in a country where Spanish is spoken is recommended, but not required.


        

 Language Skills

 

Lower Division

SPAN 1

Elementary Spanish I

SPAN 2

Elementary Spanish II

SPAN 3

Elementary Spanish III

SPAN 21

Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 21EL

Intermediate Spanish I with Experimental Learning

SPAN 22

Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 22EL

Intermediate Spanish II with Experimental Learning

SPAN 23

Intermediate Spanish III

SPAN 23EL

Intermediate Spanish III with Experimental Learning

SPAN 97 Community-Based Learning Practicum

Upper Division

SPAN 100

Advanced Spanish I

SPAN 101

Advanced Spanish II

 SPAN 102  Advanced Spanish II

 

Literature and Culture

 

SPAN 112

Mexican Culture

SPAN 113

The Revolution in Mexican Culture

SPAN 120

Major Works of Spanish Literature I

SPAN 121

Major Works of Spanish Literature II

SPAN 122

The Spanish Picaresque Novel

SPAN 123

Siglo de Oro Drama

SPAN 124

Realism in the 19th Century Spanish Novel

SPAN 125

Colloquium: Spanish Literature and Culture

SPAN 130

Survey of Latin American Literature I

SPAN 131

Survey of Latin American Literature II

SPAN 133

Mexican American Literature

SPAN 135

Colloquium: Latin American Literature and Culture

SPAN 136

Contemporary Latin American Short Story

SPAN 137

Latin American Culture and Civilization

SPAN 140

Modern Latin American Literature I

SPAN 141

Modern Latin American Literature II

SPAN 145

Mid-20th Century Latin American Literature

SPAN 146

Contemporary Latin American Literature

SPAN 147

Cinema and the Novel in Contemporary Latin America

SPAN 148

20th Century Latin American Women Writers

SPAN 149

Contacts, Clashes, Border Crossings: Hybridity and Liminality in Latin American Cinema

SPAN 150

20th Century Spanish Literature I

SPAN 151

20th Century Spanish Literature II

SPAN 165

Cervantes: Don Quijote

 

Non-Literary Courses

 

SPAN 107

Advanced Spanish Composition

SPAN 108

Spanish for Spanish Speakers

SPAN 110

Advanced Spanish Conversation

SPAN 175

History of the Spanish Language

SPAN 176

Spanish Applied Linguistics II

SPAN 178

Teaching Methods in Spanish

SPAN 179

Technology for Teaching and Learning Spanish

SPAN 195

Spanish Translation I

SPAN 196

Spanish Translation II

 

Special Courses

 

SPAN 194

Peer Educator **Note: Peer Education units do not apply toward major/minor unit requirements

 SPAN 197  Special Topics

SPAN 198

Directed Study

SPAN 199

Directed Reading

 

Modern Literature and Culture

 

Knowledge of a foreign language is not necessary for the following comparative course.  It cannot be used as credit toward a Spanish Studies major, minor, or second language requirement.

SPAN 180

International Cinema

 







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