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Language Eligibility: open to all levels of Spanish
-Students at any level can take courses in English.
-In order to take Intermediate level courses taught in Spanish, students must have completed at least 3 semesters or 5 quarters of college level Spanish.
-In order to take Advanced level courses taught in Spanish, students must have completed at least 4 semesters or 6 quarters of college level Spanish.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
Elective Classes in Spanish
Cursos de Filología – Taught in Spanish – Intermediate Level
Spanish Semantics (Lexical and Terminological Competence)
Corrective Phonetics and Conversation
Contemporary Spanish American Novel
Literature and Cuisine: Reading, Writing, Cooking, Eating
The Contemporary Arab-Islamic World
Cursos de Geografía e Historia – Taught in Spanish – Intermediate Level
Introduction to the History of Contemporary Spain
Economy and Society in Contemporary Spain
Cultural Anthropology of Andalucía
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
Europe and the Atlantic World during the Modern Age (15th – 18th centuries)
Photography: Theory, History and Art Photography
Women in the History of the Americas
NEW! Tourism in Spain: Keys and Destinations
Cursos de Filología – Taught in Spanish – Advanced Level
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
European Cinema and Photography
Political Transition and Democracy in Spain (1975-2000)