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IHSP100 Basic Spanish Language and Culture

Introduction to basic skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics and exploration of cultural diversity within the contemporary Spanish-speaking world. For students with no prior knowledge of Spanish. Does satisfy the Arts and Humanities language requirement. Fall, Spring, Summer.

IHSP101 Elementary Spanish I

Introduction to basic skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and Internet sites, and exploring the contemporary Spanish-speaking world. For students with little or no prior knowledge of Spanish. Fall, Spring.

IHSP102 Elementary Spanish II

Development of skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and Internet sites, and exploring contemporary issues in the Spanish-speaking world. Students should have prior knowledge of basic Spanish.

IHSP103 Elementary Spanish III

Development of skills to converse with native speakers, explore contemporary issues in the Spanish-speaking world, narrate events in present and past tenses, and to read newspapers, websites, and short fiction with a dictionary. Students should have prior knowledge of elementary Spanish. Fall, Spring.

IHSP200 Intermediate Readings in Spanish

Selected readings in Spanish from literary texts, scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, and websites. Class discussions are mainly in English. This course meets the Arts and Humanities language requirement and does not count for the Spanish major. Students should have an elementary knowledge of Spanish. Fall, Spring.

IHSP201 Intermediate Spanish I

Development of skills to converse with native speakers, explore contemporary issues in the Spanish-speaking world, narrate events in present and past tenses, and to read newspapers, websites, and short fiction with a dictionary. Students should have prior knowledge of elementary Spanish. Fall, Spring.