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Language Eligibility: open to all levels of Spanish
-Students at any level can take courses in English.
For additional eligibility requirements such as minimum GPA, click here.
Total contact hours: 180-225 per semester. 15 contact hours = 1 semester credit; 10 contact hours = 1 quarter unit.
Possible U.S. Credits: 12-15 semester credits per semester. Normal course load is 4-5 classes per semester.
Final transcript is issued by the Universidad de Sevilla. Classes are taken with other American and foreign students.
Universidad de Sevilla – Semester Course Offerings
All students MUST get a total of 8 classes approved by their academic advisor, in case of changes in course availability or schedule conflicts. That way, if a class is full or cancelled, or if 2 of the classes you want to take meet at the same time, you’ll already have back-up classes that you know your school will accept. When you pre-register for classes (this happens after you’re accepted), you will have to list a total of 8 possible classes on your registration form, in order of preference.
- The final transcript for this program is issued by the Universidad de Sevilla.
- Each class is 45 contact hours (3 semester credits).
- Students take 4 or 5 courses from the list below.
- Students taking electives in English (i.e. students with a Beginner to Low Intermediate level of Spanish) will be required to take at least one Spanish language class.
COURSE OFFERINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Spanish Language Classes – for Beginner and Low Intermediate Levels
Conversation and Composition in Spanish (for Beginner level)
Keys to Spanish Vocabulary (for Low Intermediate level or higher; 2 semesters college Spanish or equivalent)
Progressive Spanish for English-Speaking Students (for Low Intermediate level)
Elective Classes in English
Painting in Literary Seville
Photographing Literary Seville
NEW! Languages of International Development: Healthcare and Volunteer Work
A Practical Course in Teaching English as a Foreign Language Methodology
Literary and Cultural Traditions in Spanish-Speaking Communities
Elective Classes in Spanish
Cursos de Filología – Taught in Spanish – Intermediate Level
Cursos de Geografía e Historia – Taught in Spanish – Intermediate Level
Introduction to the History of Contemporary Spain
Economy and Society in Contemporary Spain
Spanish Art in the 20th Century
Flamenco: Cultural Expression of Andalucía
Introduction to the Early Modern History of Spain
Regional Politics, Economic Resources and Business Relations in the European Union
Photography: Theory, History and Art Photography
Women in the History of Latin America
Tourism in Spain: Keys and Destinations
European Art of the 20th Century
Historical Perspective of 3 Cultures in Medieval Spain (VIII – XV c.): Christians, Muslims & Jews
Present-day Spain and International Relations
History of Slavery in Latin America
Cultural Anthropology of Latin America
Political Transition and Democracy in Spain (1975-2000)
Jewish History and Culture within Spain
Wine in Spain: History, Culture and Economy
Women in Art: Visions from Difference to Equality
The Culture of Cuisine in Spain
Culture and Traditions in Andalusia
Cursos de Filología – Taught in Spanish – Advanced Level