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Hispanic Cultural Studies Concentration

Division of Humanities and Social Sciences

Consists of 12 credit hours distributed as follows:

The historical development of Spain including consideration of geography as well as political social economic intellectual and artistic factors. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite SPAN 202 or permission of instructor

Unit(s): 3

The historical development of Spanish-speaking and Latin America including consideration of geography as well as political social economic intellectual and artistic factors. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite SPAN 202 or permission of instructor

Unit(s): 3

Study of specific topics related to the Hispanic language culture and civilization. Recent topics include Hispanic Cinema. Hispanics in the U.S. Regional Studies etc. May be taken more than once provided different topics are covered. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisites SPAN 202 or permission of instructor

Unit(s): 3

Choose a relevant, advisor approved course in Cultural Studies, or an additional Spanish Literature, Culture elective, or Interterm travel course/study abroad course. Course choices may include SPAN 305 Culture of Costa Rica; SPAN 306 Culture of Mexico; SPAN 307 Cuban Life & Culture; SPAN 308X Spanish Life & Culture; COMM 334 Intercultural Communications; or SOC 335 Immigrants of the Shenandoah Valley.

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Dr. Harriett E. Hayes, Division Head
540-828-5654
hhayes@bridgewater.edu