Upcoming courses to check out at Western Michigan University!
- ¡Oportunidad única! New Spanish course in translation for summer II
The Department of Spanish, in collaboration with the Department of World Languages and Literatures, is offering a Spanish translation course in summer II, LANG 5030: Translation Practicum (3 credit hour, 4 days a week). This course provides intensive practical training on translating between Spanish and English. (These STP credits can count for the major and the minor in Spanish, as elective credits). ¡No pierdas esta oportunidad para mejorar tus habilidades de traducción al mismo tiempo que mejoras tu español!
- New graduate course in Spanish linguistics for fall 2013
Learn more about a new course to debut on campus this coming fall, SPAN 6070: Variations and Changes in Spanish. They say that change is a good thing and variety is the spice of life, so find out how Spanish can be both good and spicy.
- Spanish for Heritage Speakers - Fall 2013
Did you grow up speaking and understanding Spanish but have no formal study of the language? The Department of Spanish is offering SPAN 3080(Spanish for Heritage Speakers) this fall. ¡Aprovecha esta gran oportunidad diseñada exclusivamente para ti!
- Latino Writing/ Latino Culture - Fall 2013
This course introduces students to US Latino literature and culture through the examination of contemporary poetry, fiction, and non-fiction written by Mexican American, Puerto Rican, Cuban American, Dominican American and other Hispanic authors: SPAN 2750 (Latino Writing/Latino Culture)
- Aha moments in Spanish - a practical "so-that's why" and "how to" course in your Spanish major or minor this fall
This course helps you understand why and how native speakers of Spanish talk like they do: SPAN 3240 (Introduction to Spanish Linguistics)!
- Rockin' new graduate course in Spanish linguistics on tap for Fall 2013!
This cool new course is debuting on campus this fall: SPAN 6070 (Variations and Changes in Spanish)! They say that variety is the spice in life and change is a good thing, so read on to see how Spanish can be good and spicy.