Study abroad in Madrid

MARQUETTE EN MADRID

SPANS 3100
Composition
3 sem. credits
Spring


A review of the most difficult points of Spanish grammar based on written compositions. (Multiple sections: Placement according to test.)

SPANS 3300
Peoples & Cultures of Spain

3 sem. credits
Spring


Study of the diverse cultures present in contemporary Spain from a sociological, anthropological, literary and historical-political perspective enabling students to understand modern Spanish identity.  

SPANS 3700
Business Spanish

3 sem. credits
Spring


Study of language, themes and topics related to the world of business, with specific emphasis on fields such as marketing, advertising, finance, accounting, and international economics. Analysis of the structure of a firm and its components, with attention also given to job-seeking and interviewing techniques. Reinforcement of oral and written language skills through projects and other assignments.

SPANS 4110
Advanced Spanish Grammar

3 sem. credits
Fall & Spring


An advanced study in grammar, sentence structure, vocabulary and idiomatic expression.(Multiple sections: Placement according to test.)

SPANS 4120
Spanish Phonetics

3 sem. credits
Fall


Articulation of individual sounds and sound groupings, and patterns of tone and stress in the Spanish language.

SPANS 4934
Comparative Spanish/English Syntax I

3 sem. credits
Fall


Analysis of difficulties of Spanish syntax using the English language to illustrate and clarify the difficulties native English speakers have with the Spanish language. Special attention to the subjunctive mood.

SPANS 4934
Comparative Spanish/English Syntax II

3 sem. credits
Spring


Continuation of Span 980M. Special attention to sentence structure, phrases and verbal periphrasis. Span 980M and Span 981M may be taken independently.

SPANS 4934
Spanish Dialectology

3 sem. credits
Spring


Study of the different dialects of Spanish in Spain, Latin America and the United States.

SPANS 4934
Spanish Linguistics

3 sem. credits
Fall


Communication and its meaning: methods of communication; general structure of language, oral and written; language and society; the teaching of language and translation.

 

 


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