No Spanish language experience is required.
Students will enroll in different classes, receiving instruction at their appropriate level of Spanish language competency from beginner to advanced, to upper-level literature courses. Courses follow the same core language sequence and can be applied towards Fordham's major or minor in Spanish.
SPAN 1001. Introduction to Spanish I. (5 Credits)
An introductory course that focuses on the four skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening providing students with a basic knowledge of Spanish linguistic structures, vocabulary and culture, which studied interdependently, comprise the Spanish Language.
SPAN 1002. Introduction to Spanish II. (3 Credits)
This course will enhance the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills acquired by students in Introduction to Spanish I or from prior study. It will further promote a deeper understanding of Spanish and Hispanic cultures.
SPAN 1501. Intermediate Spanish I. (3 Credits)
Review of grammar. Intensive practice in conversation and composition. Reading and discussion of graded literary texts. The second semester continues and amplifies the work of the first. Conducted in Spanish.
SPAN 1502. Intermediate Spanish II. (3 Credits)
Review of grammar. Intensive practice in conversation and composition. Reading and discussion of graded literary texts. Conducted in Spanish.
SPAN 2001. Spanish Language and Literature. (3 Credits)
Study of selected literary texts and review of pertinent grammatical structures, textual analysis, composition, and conversation. Conducted in Spanish.
SPAN 3995: Spanish in Context
An intensive, upper-level Spanish course.
Students choose 3 content courses in their field(s) of study from courses taught in English offered at University of Granada's Centro de Lenguas Modernas (CLM). Following is a list of courses typically offered:
HISTORY & CULTURE
If you have advanced Spanish language skills, equivalent to SPAN 2001: Spanish Language and Literature, you may also take courses in Spanish or enroll in for-credit internships administrated by the University of Granada in partnership with local companies and organizations. For these options, please refer to the Spain in Context Academics tab.