May 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Spanish

   •  SPAN 250 - Spanish for Bilinguals
   •  SPAN 300 - Advanced Grammar and Composition
   •  SPAN 310 - Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  SPAN 314 - Oral Communication
   •  SPAN 315 - Professional Conversation for Spanish Heritage Speakers
   •  SPAN 320 - Literacy and Orality for Bilingual Teaching
   •  SPAN 330 - Literary Masterpieces: Spain
   •  SPAN 335A - Business Spanish
   •  SPAN 335B - Business Spanish
   •  SPAN 341 - Literary Masterpieces: Spanish America
   •  SPAN 350 - Hispanic Short Narrative
   •  SPAN 351 - Survey of Hispanic Theater
   •  SPAN 400 - Don Quijote and the Critics
   •  SPAN 420 - History of Spanish Language
   •  SPAN 423 - Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
   •  SPAN 426 - Spanish Morphology and Syntax
   •  SPAN 427 - Contrastive Analysis of Spanish and English
   •  SPAN 428 - Spanish Cinema
   •  SPAN 429 - Studies in 19th and 20th Century Spanish Poetry
   •  SPAN 430 - Spanish Civilization
   •  SPAN 438 - Studies in Golden Age Literature
   •  SPAN 439 - Modern Spanish Narrative
   •  SPAN 440 - Civilized Barbarisms: Nature, War and Race in Latin American Fiction
   •  SPAN 441 - Studies in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spanish American Narrative
   •  SPAN 442 - Nation Building and Women's Writing in Nineteenth-Century Spanish America
   •  SPAN 443 - Studies in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spanish American Poetry
   •  SPAN 444 - Nineteenth-Century Spanish America and the National Family Romance
   •  SPAN 445 - Latin American Civilization
   •  SPAN 446 - Studies in Spanish Culture
   •  SPAN 447 - The Invention of Spain: Visions in Conflict
   •  SPAN 448 - Romanticism and Realism
   •  SPAN 449 - Dictatorship to Democracy: Film and Literature in Spain (1930-today)
   •  SPAN 450 - Studies in Colonial Spanish American Literature
   •  SPAN 455 - Hispanic Cinema of the Americas
   •  SPAN 460 - Studies Spanish American Culture
   •  SPAN 461 - Introduction to Translation and Interpretation
   •  SPAN 462 - Written and Sight Translation I: English/Spanish
   •  SPAN 463 - Written and Sight Translation II: Spanish/English
   •  SPAN 464 - Consecutive Interpretation I
   •  SPAN 465 - Consecutive Interpretation II
   •  SPAN 466 - Simultaneous Interpretation English/Spanish
   •  SPAN 467 - Simultaneous Interpretation Spanish/English
   •  SPAN 490 - Selected Topics in Spanish
   •  SPAN 491 - Nobel Poets and Others
   •  SPAN 492 - Studies in Hispanic Theater
   •  SPAN 493 - Women and War
   •  SPAN 494 - Internship in Spanish
   •  SPAN 499 - Independent Study
   •  SPAN 500 - Don Quijote and the Critics
   •  SPAN 520 - History of Spanish Language
   •  SPAN 526 - Spanish Morphology and Syntax
   •  SPAN 527 - Contrastive Analysis of Spanish and English
   •  SPAN 529 - Studies in 19th and 20th Century Spanish Poetry
   •  SPAN 538 - Studies in Golden Age Literature
   •  SPAN 539 - Modern Spanish Narrative
   •  SPAN 540 - Civilized Barbarisms: Nature, War and Race in Latin American Fiction
   •  SPAN 541 - Studies in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spanish American Narrative
   •  SPAN 542 - Nation Building and Women's Writing in Nineteenth-Century Spanish America
   •  SPAN 543 - Studies in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spanish American Poetry
   •  SPAN 544 - Nineteenth-Century Spanish America and The National Family Romance
   •  SPAN 546 - Studies in Spanish Culture
   •  SPAN 547 - The Invention of Spain: Visions in Conflict
   •  SPAN 548 - Romanticism and Realism
   •  SPAN 549 - Dictatorship to Democracy: Film and Literature in Spain (1930-today)
   •  SPAN 550 - Studies in Colonial Spanish American Literature
   •  SPAN 560 - Studies in Spanish American Culture
   •  SPAN 590 - Selected Topics in Spanish
   •  SPAN 591 - Nobel Poets and Others
   •  SPAN 592 - Studies in Hispanic Theater
   •  SPAN 593 - Women and War
   •  SPAN 599 - Directed Studies
   •  SPAN 640 - Selected Topics - Seminar in Spanish American Literature
   •  SPAN 650 - Research Methods and Critical Theory
   •  SPAN 691 - Seminar in Spanish Literature - The Spanish Civil War and Its Artistic Repercussions

Speech-Language Pathology

   •  C D 60 - Selected Topics in Communicative Disorders
   •  C D 261 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
   •  C D 271 - Phonetics
   •  C D 329 - Language Acquisition: From Birth Through Adolescence
   •  C D 330 - Speech and Hearing Science
   •  C D 373 - Audiology I
   •  C D 440 - Aural Rehabilitation for the Hearing Impaired
   •  C D 456 - Speech Pathology I: Speech Sound Disorders
   •  C D 460 - Multicultural and Multilingual Issues in Speech- Language Pathology
   •  C D 462 - Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) Practicum
   •  C D 464 - Behavior Management and Counseling in Speech- Language Pathology
   •  C D 466 - Speech Pathology II: Speech Motor Disorders
   •  C D 472 - Alternative and Augmentative Communication
   •  C D 476 - Speech Pathology III: Disorders of Voice/Oro‑facial Mechanism
   •  C D 477 - Disorders of Swallowing
   •  C D 481A - Speech Pathology IV: Disorders of Language, Children
   •  C D 481B - Speech Pathology IV: Disorders of Language, Neuropathologies
   •  C D 483 - Assessment of Monolingual and Bilingual Clients
   •  C D 485 - Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders for Speech-Language Pathologists
   •  C D 489 - Clinical Observations and Professional Writing for Prospective Speech-Language Pathologists
   •  C D 491 - Proctoring in Communicative Disorders
   •  C D 499 - Directed Studies in Communicative Disorders
   •  C D 575 - Educational Topics in Speech-Language Pathology
   •  C D 590 - Selected Topics in Communicative Disorders
   •  C D 661 - Traumatic Brain Injury Across the Lifespan
   •  C D 662 - Seminar in School-Age Language Disorders: Grade 1 through High School
 

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