All courses emphasize oral communication and develop listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
Sequence of Spanish Language Courses:
|Beginning||1st semester||LS 111|
|2nd semester||LS 112|
|Intermediate||3rd semester||LS 211|
|4th semester||LS 212|
|Advanced||5th semester||LS 306, LS 307, LS 308, LS 310, LS 311**
**Any two of these courses may be taken for credit in any order. They are all equivalent. Students may take up to two 300-level Spanish language courses (LS306,LS307,LS308,LS310,LS311) before moving on to higher levels. Any combination of two 300-level courses may be taken for credit, provided the two courses have different course numbers; repeating a course with the same number is not allowed.
LS 309 Spanish for Heritage Speakers is offered in the spring and is only open to students
for whom Spanish is a first language who would benefit from a grammar and a writing review. It is also for students who do not claim a Hispanic background but who have grown up more or less bilingually, and / or have lived part of their lives in Spanish-speaking settings, affording them fluency in the language.
Course Offerings for Spanish language and literature coursesNote: Students are responsible for checking the course prerequisites.
Declare a Major or Minor
You can find information on declaring a Romance Studies major or minor here.