This immersion introduces students to the language, customs, and cultural aspects (history, art, literature, politics, anthropology, and music) of Spain and Spanish-speaking countries. The immersion consists of three language courses or two language courses and one culture course. Students with previous language skills must consult the minor adviser for placement evaluation before they register.
Notes about this immersion:
- This immersion is closed to students majoring in international and global studies who have chosen an area of study in Spanish language or a field specialization in Latin America or Europe, students majoring in applied modern language and culture who have chosen the Spanish language track, and to students who are fluent native speakers of Spanish.
|Choose two or three consecutive language courses:|
|MLSP-201A, 201B||Beginning Spanish IA, IB†|
|MLSP-202||Beginning Spanish II|
|MLSP-301||Intermediate Spanish I|
|MLSP-302||Intermediate Spanish II|
|MLSP-401||Advanced Spanish I|
|MLSP-402||Advanced Spanish II|
|MLSP-410||Spanish for Science and Technology|
|One culture course may be used in place of one language course|
|ANTH-235||Immigrating to the U.S.|
|ANTH-335||Culture and Politics in Latin America|
|ANTH-350||The Global Economy and the Grassroots|
|ARTH-561||Latin American Art|
|ENGL-416||Topics in Global Literatures*|
|MLSP-315||Hispanic Culture and Civilization|
|MLSP-351||Gender and Sexuality in Hispanic Studies|
|MLSP-353||Trauma and Survival in First-Person Narrative|
|MLSP-572||Art of the Americas|
* When the course deals with Spanish and/or Latin American literature.
† Based on a student's previous study of the Spanish language, students may enroll in either Beginning Spanish 1A (MLSP-201A) or Beginning Spanish 1B (MLSP-201B).
‡ This course may be used when the topic focuses on Mesoamerica.