Spanish Undergraduate Academic Information
Memorial University offers an undergraduate degree program in Spanish including an option for a Spanish Major and an option for a Spanish Minor. Students are offered the opportunity to study abroad through La Coruna, a summer immersion program in Spain. Additional opportunities to study abroad are also offered through the Go Abroad program in the Faculty of Arts.
New Course Offerings for Fall 2014!
Spanish 2005: Business and Culture
(Tuesday/Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45 am)
Spanish 2005 is an Intermediate level course that focuses on the development of communication skills that will allow students to meet particular needs related to the world of business and work. These skills include listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing. Students will learn specific vocabulary, structures and gain valuable awareness of cultural and social practices.
Prerequisite: SPAN 1001, equivalent, or permission from the Head of the Department. Co-requisite Spanish 2000. (Open to native or near-native speakers; Spanish 2006: Business and Culture II will be offered in the Winter, 2015 semester.)
Spanish 3502: The Latin American Short Story
(Tuesday/Thursday: 2:00 - 3:15 pm)
Come Learn about the Most Influential Latin American Authors!Spanish 3502 is a survey course on general characteristics and history of the short story. Emphasis is on close reading of stories from different geographical areas, such as Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, and the U.S.
An excellent opportunity to improve your Spanish writing, reading and language skills!
Prerequisite: SPAN 2001 or permission.