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Spanish (SPAN)

   From time to time, an additional course dealing with a special topic in Spanish may be offered if sufficient student interest is indicated and a faculty member is available to teach the course. Consult the chair of the department.

    Prerequisite for all 500-level Spanish courses: completion of 18 semester hours of Spanish or equivalent or permission of the chair, Department of Modern Languages.
  
504. Cervantes (3).  This course will be a study of the life of Miguel de Cervantes and his masterpiece, Don Quijote de la Mancha.  Prerequisite(s): SPAN 401 and 402 or permission of instructor; SPAN 302 is strongly recommended.
 
506. Spanish-American Literature to Modernism (3).  Representative readings of major literary figures of Spanish America from the Discovery (1492) until 1900. Representative authors include Ercilla, Sor Juana, Garcilaso, Olmedo, Bello, Sarmiento, Hernandez, Palma, Marti, Dario and Rodo. Prerequisite(s):  SPAN 401 or 402 or permission of the instructor.
 
507. Modern Spanish-American Literature (3).   A survey of modern and contemporary Spanish-American literature from 1900 to the present. Prerequisite(s): SPAN 401 or 402 or permission of the instructor.  Note:  Offered at variable times. 
  
510. Topics in Language and Literature (3).  The focus of this course will vary, depending on student interest and faculty expertise. 
Prerequisite(s):  Permission of the instructor.  Notes:  May be retaken for additional credit with permission of chair, Department of Modern Languages. 

521. Modern Drama (3).  A survey of Spanish-language drama from Romanticism to the present.  Prerequisite(s):  Spanish 401 or 402 or permission of the instructor.  Note:  Offered variable times.
  
560. Advanced Conversation in Spanish (3).  This course is designed to increase proficiency in comprehension and speaking.
Prerequisite(s):  SPAN 313 or permission of instructor.  Notes:  Offered at variable times.
 
575. Spanish Literature in Translation (3).  Readings and discussions of major works of Spanish literature in English translation. A knowledge of Spanish is not required. Course content can vary depending on the instructor.  Prerequisite(s): Open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduate Spanish majors cannot use SPAN 575 toward the BA degree.
 
593. Advanced Grammar and Composition I (3).  Study of sophisticated and more subtle aspects of Spanish grammar and composition techniques.  Prerequisite(s): Spanish 310 and 410 or permission of the instructor.  Notes:  Offered variable times.
  
595. The Short Story (3).  Readings of the Spanish-American writers of the short narrative beginning with the early 19th-century's Esteban Echeverria and ending with today's short story masters.  Prerequisite(s):  Spanish 401, 402 or permission of the instructor.  Notes:  Offered variable times.
  
601. Great Figures of Spanish Literature (3).  Course content will change each time the course is taught, with great authors in different periods emphasized.  Prerequisite(s): Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program. Note:  Offered variable times.


602. Great Figures of Spanish-American Literature (3).  An overview of Spanish-American literature and an intensive reading of selected great figures of that literature from the Colonial period until contemporary times.  Prerequisite(s):  Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program.  Note:  Offered variable times.

 
604. History of the Spanish Language (3).  The course traces the development of the language stressing its Latin roots and noting the various stages that have led to the emergence of modern Spanish.  Prerequisite(s):  Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program.  Note:  Offered variable times.
 
605. Seminar in Spanish (3).  This course is designed to allow a graduate instructor to select his/her own readings according to the needs and interests of the graduate students who will be taking the course.  Prerequisite(s): Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program.  Note:  Offered variable times.

  
607. Non-dramatic Works of the Golden Age (3).  This course includes major works of prose and poetry from the 16th and 17th centuries.  Prerequisite(s):  Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program.  Note:  Offered variable times.
 
608. Golden Age Drama (3).  A detailed study of individual plays by representative dramatists of 17th-century Spain.  Prerequisite(s): Admission to MA Spanish or MAT program.  Note:  Offered variable times.
 
610. Advanced Culture and Civilization (3).  A review of Spain's cultural history with in-depth study of various aspects of those elements that make Spain unique in the western world.  Prerequisite(s): Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program. Notes:  May be retaken for additional credit.  Offered variable times.

611. Advanced Culture and Civilization: Emphasis on Spanish-America (3).  Culture and civilization of Spanish-America from pre-Columbian times to the present focusing on the area's history, literature, art, music, society and politics.  Prerequisite(s):  Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program.
 
651. Advanced Phonetics (3).  Study of Spanish phonetics with intensive work on the sounds of the Spanish language and some of its major dialects as found in Spain, Spanish-America and the United States.  Prerequisite(s):  Admission to MA in Spanish or MAT program. Note:  Offered variable times.
 
693. Advanced Grammar and Composition II (3).  Provides graduate students with an opportunity for intensive practice of the subtle aspects of composition in Spanish.  Prerequisite(s): SPAN 593 or permission of instructor.  Note: Offered as needed.
 
695. Thesis (3).   
 
696. Thesis (3). 
 
 

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