BUS-160 Business Foundations
SPAN-309 Introduction to the Hispanic World II
This course introduces students to major developments of the Hispanic World from the independence of the Spanish American colonies to the present day. Discussions center on the relationship of major literary and artistic works to economic, political, religious, and social developments in Spain and Spanish America. In addition, students develop their skills in reading and evaluating literature in a second language through representative texts, and they sharpen their skills in critical writing and analysis. This course is normally the second course in a sequence of two and is designed to prepare students for advanced-level culture and literature courses in the Spanish Department. Oral presentations and research paper are required. Prerequisites: Spanish 301 and 308, or permission of the instructor.