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2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Spanish, B.A.


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Professor: Patricia Giménez-Eguíbar
Associate professor: Kathleen Connolly, Jaime Marroquin

Mission

Create and transmit knowledge concerning the Spanish language, literatures and cultures in a climate that promotes ease of communication and mutual understanding. Recognize Spanish as a historical language of the United States and provide students with the opportunity to build upon their existing linguistic and cultural knowledge. Create connections with local Spanish-speaking communities and organizations.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Speak, aurally comprehend, write and read Spanish at a level suitable for graduate education or careers in business, government, social services or tourism.
  2. Explain and apply Hispanic cultural and historical perspectives to events and ideas in a globalized society.
  3. Analyze and critique original texts and cultural artifacts from U.S. Latino, Latin American, and Spanish sources.
  4. Value and develop Spanish language proficiency for students who grew up in a Spanish-speaking community.

Core Courses


Students who begin coursework above 201 need to identify substitute credits with their adviser.

Total Credits: 53


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