The Department of Hispanic Studies strives to develop effective communication, critical thinking, imaginative inquiry, and community engagement in student’s preparation for life in a global society. The department is committed to delivering high-quality courses in a wide breadth of areas and seeks to expose students to the language and cultures of Spain and the Americas with classes at all levels conducted in Spanish.

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 To prepare for life in a global society, faculty encourage students to engage in cultural and social activities in communities beyond our campus, and serve as strong role models by continually expanding their own instruction, research, and scholarship.

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Fall 2018 courses 

203 Conversation and Composition; Carmela Ferradans M W F 8-8:50 (G)

307 Reading and Writing Culture; Cesar Valverde M W F 1-10:50 (W, G)

307 Reading and Writing Culture; Carmela Ferradans M W F 1-1:50 (W, G)

314 Iberian Culture; Carolyn Nadeau M F 11-12:15 (CHC)

468 Topics in Latina/o Literature; Daynali Flores M W F 2-2:50 (LIT)

499 Independent Study (Marketing and Business Law in Spanish); Carolyn Nadeau MWF 1-1:50

Spring 2019 courses

230 Medical Spanish; Carolyn Nadeau M F 11-12:15 (U)

250 Business Spanish; Carolyn Nadeau M W 2-3:15

303 Adv. Grammar and Composition; Cesar Valverde T-R 9:25-10:40

307 Reading and Writing Culture; Cesar Valverde M W F 8-8:50 (W)

308 Introduction to Hispanic Literature; Carmela Ferradans M W F 1-1:50 (LIT, G)

316 Latin American Culture; Daynali Flores M W F 1-1:50 (CHC)

478 Latin American Short Story; Cesar Valverde T R 1:10-2:25 (LIT)