Spanish

Minor in Spanish (22 hours)

Students must take the following courses:

1104 Elementary Spanish I and1114 Elementary Spanish II (OR 1118 Elementary Spanish I & II)

2004 Intermediate Spanish I AND 2014 Intermediate Spanish II (OR 2018 Intermediate Spanish I & II)

 

Two upper-level courses taken at USAO with approval of Spanish advisor.

SPAN 3203 / Phonetics and Conversation

SPAN 3213 / Composition and Advanced Grammar

 

COURSE LISTINGS in Spanish (SPAN)

1104       ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
              For students with no previous study of Spanish:  pronunciation, elements of grammar, conversation and
              composition based on situations in everyday life, reading of simple texts, laboratory activities. 4 hours

1114       ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
              Continuation of 1104. The completion of this course with a "C" or above satisfies the requirement of "exhibiting
              competency in a foreign language at the novice high level" for an Oklahoma teaching certificate. 4 hours

1118       ELEMENTARY SPANISH I & II
              Language saturation in elementary Spanish. 8 hours

2004       INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
              Intensive work in Spanish pronunciation, speaking, understanding, and reading skills. 4 hours

2014       INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
              Continuation of 2004. 4 hours

2018       INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I & II
              Language saturation in intermediate Spanish. 8 hours

3203       PHONETICS AND CONVERSATION
              Overview of Spanish phonetics in addition to conversation practice on various culture related topics. 3 hours

3213       COMPOSITION AND ADVANCED GRAMMAR
              Additional development of writing skills through practice and comprehensive overview of grammar. 3 hours

4003       SURVEY OF LITERATURE I
              A survey of Spanish and Spanish-American literature from the 18th to the 20th century. 3 hours

4013       SURVEY OF LITERATURE II
              A survey of Spanish and Spanish-American literature from the Middle Ages to the 17th century. 3 hours

4770       PRACTICUM
              Practicum for students seeking teaching experience in Spanish. Students may observe and assist planning and
              teaching a section of SPAN 1104, SPAN 1114, SPAN 2004, or SPAN 2014. 1-4 hours

4880       SPECIAL TOPICS
              Special topics in language, literature, or writing. 1-6 hours