UMM

Curriculum Committee

Form B

 

Rev: 07/2004

 

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University of Minnesota, Morris

 

Curriculum Committee Form B:

Discipline Objectives and Requirements

 


All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.

 

Date:      9/19/04

Discipline/Division:      Spanish

 

 

I.   Introductory Statement:       

 

II.  Objectives:      

 

III.            Assessment:      

 

IV. Requirements for a Major:      

 

Span 2001—Intermediate Spanish I
Span 2002—Intermediate Spanish II or equivalent
Span 3001—Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation I
Span 3002—Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation II
Span 3101—Introduction to Spanish Hispanic Literature
Span 3201—Masterpieces of Spanish Peninsular Literature I
Span 3202—Masterpieces of Spanish Peninsular Literature II

Span 3301—Masterpieces of Latin American Literature I
Span 3302—Masterpieces of Latin American Literature II

Span 3211   Literature and Culture of Latin America

Span 3212   Literature and Culture of Spain


one two additional course courses from: at the 36xx level

Span 3400—Variable Topics in Latin American Literature
Span 3500—Variable Topics in Spanish Peninsular Literature


Span 4001   Research Symposium

 

A foreign study experience and regular use of the language laboratory are strongly recommended to maintain language skills
Latin American area studies Area Studies courses are also recommended

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the major requirements.

  Students majoring in Spanish are encouraged to take at least one year of instruction in another foreign language.

 

V. Requirements for a Minor:      

 

Span 2001—Intermediate Spanish I
Span 2002—Intermediate Spanish II or equivalent
Span 3001— Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation I
Span 3002— Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation II
Span 3101— Introduction to Spanish Hispanic Literature

three additional literature courses from: at the 32xx and/or 36xx level

Span 3201—Masterpieces of Spanish Peninsular Literature I
Span 3202—Masterpieces of Spanish Peninsular Literature II
Span 3301—Masterpieces of Latin American Literature I
Span 3302—Masterpieces of Latin American Literature II
Span 3400—Variable Topics in Latin American Literature
Span 3500—Variable Topics in Spanish Peninsular Literature


A foreign study experience and regular use of the language laboratory are recommended to maintain language skills.
Latin American area studies Area Studies courses are also recommended

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the minor requirements.

VI.            Requirements for Teacher Preparation:      

 

VII. Other heading (include heading title) :      

 

Students not Majoring or Minoring in Spanish
For an in-depth cultural emphasis,
students should complete:
Span 1001—Beginning Spanish I
Span 1002—Beginning Spanish II or equivalent
Span 2001—Intermediate Spanish I
Span 2002—Intermediate Spanish II
Span 3101—Introduction to Spanish Literature
an additional literature course

Two additional courses chosen from LAAS and/or HUM courses offered by Spanish Discipline faculty
courses in Latin American area studies and a  A foreign study experience are is also recommended

For an in-depth language emphasis,
students should complete:
Span 1001—Beginning Spanish I
Span 1002—Beginning Spanish II or equivalent
Span 2001—Intermediate Spanish I
Span 2002—Intermediate Spanish II
Span 3001— Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation I

Span 3002— Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation II
a  A foreign study experience, special projects in language, and regular use of the language lab are recommended to maintain language skills

 

 

Seminar: Courses numbered 36xx are seminars focused on specific areas of research in Latin American and Peninsular literature and culture.  They are designed to complement the broad coverage of these areas in our two Literature and Culture courses by allowing students to choose courses in their areas of interest and study these areas more thoroughly.

 

3601  Seminar: Reality Born on Paper in Colonial Latin American Literature

3602  Seminar:Contemporary (Re-)Visions of Colonial Latin America: Revenge or Re-Match?

***3621 Seminar:Confessions and Letters in Latin American Fiction

3622  Seminar:Exile and Emigration in Latin American Fiction

3623  Seminar:Ecology and Nature in Latin American Literature

3651  Seminar:Miguel de Cervantes SaavedraÕs El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha

3652  Seminar:Literary Minorities in Early Modern Spain

3653  Seminar:Mar’a de Zayas: Literary Violence in Golden Age Spain

***3654 Seminar:Sex, Love and Marriage in Golden Age Spanish Literature

3671  Seminar:Origins of the Spanish Character

3672  Seminar:Reform in Spain:  The Saint and the Journalist

3681  Seminar:Romanticism and Revolution in 19th Century Spain

3682  Seminar:Realism and Reform in 19th Century Spain

***3683 Seminar:Modernity and Identity in Spain: 1900-1930

 

 

Associated Languages: Introduction to a number of languages and cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, such as Portuguese, Nahuatl, etc.

 

2101 Associated Languages: Intensive Portuguese

1121 Associated Languages: Beginning Nahuatl I

1122 Associated Languages: Beginning Nahuatl II