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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Spanish 940 Courses in Spanish  

Courses in Spanish

01:940:101-102 Elementary Spanish (4,4) For students with little or no previous study of Spanish. Designed to develop basic skills in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. Integrated laboratory sessions. Not open to students who have had two or more years of secondary school Spanish.
01:940:110 Introduction to Heritage Cultural Studies (3) Hybrid online course. Analyze and understand cognitive, social, and cultural aspects related to bilingual speakers of a minority language in a majority-language society.
01:940:121 Spanish Review and Continuation (3) Review of basic structures and further development of Spanish language skills. Not open to students who have taken 01:940:101-102. Open only by placement exam or permission of department to  students who have had two or more years of secondary school Spanish.
01:940:131-132 Intermediate Spanish (4,4) Study and practice of specific areas of grammar, linguistic structure, and style. Selected readings of modern authors, with composition and class discussion. Prerequisites: 01:940:101-102 or 121, or permission of department. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:940:130.
01:940:139 Spanish for Heritage Speakers I (3) Study of specific areas of grammar and orthography. Practice in oral communication and grammar application. Prerequisite: Permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:130 or 131-132.
01:940:201 Spanish for Heritage Speakers II (3) Continued study of specific areas of Spanish grammar through translation and compositions. Development of reading skills and vocabulary building through newspapers and magazines. Prerequisite: 01:940:139 or equivalent. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:203.
01:940:202 Culture and Composition for Heritage Speakers (3) Development of communicative skills in Spanish with emphasis on cultural, technological, and communicative competencies related to Hispanic culture of both the past and the present. Prerequisite: 01:940:201 or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:204.
01:940:203 Spanish Conversation and Composition (3) Designed to develop oral fluency and writing skills in a variety of contexts. Conversation, vocabulary building, oral reports, fundamentals of expository writing. Prerequisites: 01:940:130 or 131-132 or equivalent. Not open to native speakers or other students already conversant in the language.
01:940:204 Culture and Composition (3) Introduction to culture and civilization in the Hispanic world from prehistoric times to the present. Development of reading skills and expository writing abilities. Prerequisite: 01:940:203 or permission of department. Not open to native speakers or other students already conversant in the language.
01:940:205 Spanish for the Health Professions (3) Online course for those working in the medical field. Designed for students with a basic knowledge of Spanish (native and heritage speakers or those with at least one year of college-level Spanish). Begins with a review of basic Spanish grammar. Prerequisite: Placement, 01:940:131 or equivalent, or permission of the department.
01:940:206 Spanish for Business I (3) Survey of interpretive, cultural, interpersonal, and presentational situations necessary for conducting and managing projects in Spanish through the acquisition of vocabulary and knowledge of the Spanish-speaking business world, use of appropriate grammar, and interpersonal communication. Prerequisite: 01:940:132 level proficiency.
01:940:215 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3) Introduction to the fundamental concepts of the study of Hispanic literature. Emphasis on genre and textual analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: 01:940:202 or 204; placement, or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:217.
01:940:225 Spanish for the Health Professions II (3) Online course for those working in the medical field. Designed for students with a basic knowledge of Spanish (native and heritage speakers or those with at least one year of college-level Spanish). Begins with a review of basic Spanish grammar.
01:940:261 Introduction to the Study of Language (3) Review of the different aspects of language from the point of view of its internal organization, relationship with cognitive sciences, and relationship to the world. Prerequisites: 01:940:202, 204; placement, or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:615:101.
06:090:287,288 The Spanish Language Experience (1.5,1.5) Development of active language skills through formal instruction and the daily experience of foreign language immersion in the varied activities of the house. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass House. Course may be repeated.
01:940:313 Advanced Spanish Conversation and Contemporary Issues (3) Intensive class discussions, oral reports, and debates based on cultural materials taken from newspapers, journals, radio, television, and films. Prerequisite: 01:940:215, 261, 325, or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:195:334.
01:940:325 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3) Intensive grammatical study of selected Spanish forms and structures; vocabulary building and composition. Prerequisite: 01:940:202 or 204, placement, or permission of department.
01:940:326 Advanced Composition and Introduction to Translation Studies (3) Continued development of reading and writing skills and oral proficiency. Detailed rhetorical analysis and discussion of writing techniques using texts taken from various fields.  Introduction to basic principles of translation studies and practice in translation. Prerequisite: 01:940:325, placement, or permission of department.
01:940:331,332 Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean (3,3) Reading and discussion of representative works from the Hispanic Caribbean with emphasis on their cultural content and elements reflecting literary periodization. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department. Credit not given for these courses and 01:595:266.
01:940:333 Power and Nation-Building in Spanish America (3) Study of Spanish-American texts from European expansion, colonialism, and independence through Modernismo from the 15th through the 19th centuries. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department.
01:940:334 Modernity and New Identities in Spanish America (3) Exploration of avant-garde through contemporary literary and cultural movements in Spanish America from the 20th century to the present. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department.
01:940:335,336 Literature and Culture of Spain (3,3) Reading and discussion of representative works from Spain with emphasis on their cultural content and elements reflecting literary periodization. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department.
01:940:342 Women Writers of the Hispanic World (3) Reading and discussion of works by women writers, visual artists, and performance artists of the Spanish-speaking world. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department. Credit not given for this course and 01:940:351 or 01:988:342 or 01:988:351.
01:940:346 Spanish Film (3) Topics in Spanish-language cinema. Emphasis on close analysis and contextual understanding of individual films. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:345.
01:940:348 Latin American Cinema (3) Topics in Spanish-language and Portuguese-language cinema. Analysis and contextual understanding of films and documentaries as a major expression of Latin American cultures. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:347.
01:940:353 Spanish for Community Engagement (3) Exploring the challenges and posing critical questions relevant to the building of Spanish-speaking communities in the United States through examining issues related to housing, education, business, health, law, and environment. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 261 or 325.
01:940:360 Spanish for Commerce (3) Fundamental principles governing commercial organization in Spanish-speaking countries. Advertising strategies used to reach Spanish-speaking clients, including localization of webpages. Prerequisite: 01:940:325 or equivalent or permission of department. 
01:940:362 Spanish Phonetics and Phonology (3) Study of Spanish phonetics in theory and practice. Exercises in transcription. Contrastive analysis of the English and Spanish sound systems. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or equivalent.
01:940:363 Bilingualism in the Spanish-Speaking World (3) History and theory of Spanish-English bilingualism in the United States and its application in the field. Bilingualism in Spanish America and Spain. Social issues raised by theories of bilingualism. Prerequisite: 01:940:261.
01:940:364 Contrastive Analysis in Spanish and English (3) Study of basic notions of morphosyntactic structures (internal structure of words and sentences). Emphasis on differences between Spanish and English. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or equivalent.
01:940:365 Research Methods in Spanish Linguistics (3) Foundations in research methodology in various linguistic disciplines. Development of skills in tool selection, collection and analysis of data, and ethical concerns. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or equivalent or permission of department.
01:940:366 Methods of Teaching Spanish (K-12) (3) Introduction to communicative methods of language teaching and New Jersey standards for world language teaching. Creative approaches to assessment. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or equivalent or permission of department.
01:940:367 Sociolinguistics in the Spanish-Speaking World (3) How language is shaped by society. Student fieldwork examining Spanish usage by heritage and nonheritage speakers required. 
Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or permission of department.
01:940:368 The Bilingual Mind (3) Cognitive mechanisms underlying the bilingual mind. Selective attention and memory, models of bilingual representation and processing, cognitive and linguistic effects of bilingualism. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or 01:830:101 (psychology).
01:940:389 Spanish Lab for Oral Proficiency I (1) Online. Designed to provide oral practice and to improve language skills. Activities are tailored to respond to specific linguistic background. Students will have the opportunity to practice their language skills by completing weekly assignments. All students are expected to understand their level of oral proficiency in order to improve their language skills. In all tasks students will be exposed to topics, real-life situations, role plays, and linguistic functions expected at this level. This course requires three mandatory meetings during the semester. Open only to majors in Spanish in their junior or senior year. Not open to heritage speakers.
01:940:390 Topics in Hispanic Literature and Culture (3) Study of a specific topic in the field of Hispanic literature, film, or culture. Topics vary from semester to semester. Prerequisite: 01:940:215 or 217 or permission of department.
01:940:399 Service Learning Internship (1) Community-service placement in Spanish-related field setting. Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with a designated Civic Engagement and Service Education Partnership (CESEP) course offered in the Department of Spanish. No more than 3 credits of 01:940:399 may be counted toward the major; none may be counted toward the minor.
01:940:401 Advanced Translation I (3) Introduction to the theory of translation and guidance in the use of materials essential to the translation process. Intensive practice in the translation of short texts in various fields from Spanish into English and English into Spanish. Prerequisites: It is recommended that students enrolled in this class have a B+ or better in the following classes: 01:940:325, 326, and 01:355:101 or equivalent. Students with a minimum of B in each of these three courses may be required to submit a writing sample. Not open to first-year students or sophomores.
01:940:402 Introduction to Translation of Specialized Texts (3) Advanced theoretical and practical training in translation in specialized areas such as scientific, legal, institutional, medical, or technical. Introduction to specialized language and specialized terminology research. Intensive individual and group practice in the translation of texts in various specialized fields from Spanish into English and English into Spanish. Prerequisite: 01:940:401 or permission of the department.
01:940:403,404 Civilization of Spanish America (3,3) Main traits of the civilization of Spanish America. Evolution of its social institutions and customs. Representative literary, philosophical, and artistic works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level Spanish or permission of department. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:590:401, 402.
01:940:405,406 Civilization of Spain (3,3) Main traits of the civilization of Spain. Evolution of its social institutions and customs. Representative literary, philosophical, and artistic works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:411 Creative Writing (3) General practice in the writing of essay, verse, and narrative in the Spanish language. Prerequisites: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish and permission of the department. Departmental permission subject to the approval of a writing sample.
01:940:415 Medieval Spanish Literature (3) Study of selected works from the medieval period including the various types of poetry and the development of prose, with emphasis on El Cid, El Libro de Buen Amor, and La Celestina. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:416 Field Methods in Spanish Linguistics (3) Methods and techniques of data collection (observational and experimental). Introduction to electronic compilation of data. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or equivalent or permission of department.
01:940:417 History of the Spanish Language (3) Development of Spanish from its origins to the present. Settlement history and non-Roman influences in Spain. Evolution of sounds, forms, sentence structures, and words. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or 362 or 01:615:201, or permission of department.
01:940:418 The Spanish Language in Social Contexts (3) Social and linguistic issues and their theoretical concepts of Spanish throughout its sphere of influence; contact areas; language and gender, identity, and politics; neologisms and variation. 
Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or 363 or permission of department.
01:940:419 Dialectology of the Spanish-Speaking World (3) Study of major dialects in the Spanish-speaking world. Theories of dialectology, geolinguistics, and social dialects as applied to Spanish. Survey of defining phonological, morphological, syntactic, and lexical features of modern dialects in Spain, Spanish America, and the United States. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or 362 or permission of department.
01:940:420 Current Issues in Second Language Acquisition (3) Theory and research in second language acquisition and second language development. Research as linguistic knowledge, as cognitive skill, and as a social and personality mediated process. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or permission of department.
01:940:421 Spanish Syntax (3) Analysis of Spanish syntactic structures using foundations of generative grammar. Development of reasoning and analytical skills. Testing and argument of hypotheses. Prerequisite: 01:940:364 or equivalent or permission of department.
01:940:422 Spanish Semantics (3) Formal theories of semantics applied to Spanish. Compositional and contextual meaning, conceptual prototypes, metaphors, and representation of lexical meaning. Prerequisite: 01:940:364 or equivalent or permission of department.
01:940:423 Poetry of the Golden Age (3) Spanish poetry of the Renaissance and baroque periods. Garcilaso and the Italianate School; San Juan de la Cruz and the conceptismo and culteranismo. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:424 Drama of the Golden Age (3) Spanish drama from its early manifestations through the baroque period. Reading and discussion of dramatists such as Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Ruiz de Alarcón, and Calderón de la Barca. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:425 Prose of the Golden Age (3) Study of representative works with emphasis on the picaresque novel and Cervantes' novelas ejemplares. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:426 Don Quixote (3) Critical study of Cervantes' masterpiece within its Golden Age context. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:434,435 Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature (3,3) Reading and discussion of representative works from the neoclassic, romantic, realistic, and naturalistic periods. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:437,438 Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature (3,3) Representative works by authors from the Generation of 98, the Generation of 27, and the post-civil war period. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:440 Colonial Spanish-American Literature (3) Study of colonial Spanish-American literature. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:441 Nineteenth-Century Spanish-American Literature (3) Reading and discussion of representative works from the main literary movements since the wars of independence through the early 1900s (romanticism, regionalism, naturalism, and modernism). Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:443 Spanish-American Short Story (3) Study of the Spanish-American short story since modernism. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:444 Spanish-American Poetry (3) Study of Spanish-American poetry since modernism. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:447 Spanish-American Novel I (3) Study of the Spanish-American novel from modernism through the boom. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:448 Spanish-American Novel II (3) Study of the Spanish-American novel; covers post-boom literature. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:449 Spanish-American Essay (3) Study of the Spanish-American essay since modernism. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:450 Spanish-American Theater (3) Development of the theater in Spanish America from the colonial period to the present day. Reading and analysis of representative works. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:451 Literature of Latin American Exile and Displacement (3) Study of works concerning geographical displacement; focus on political exile from Cuba, the Southern Cone, and other displaced Hispanic communities in the United States. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:452 Readings in U.S. Latino/a Literature and Culture (3) Study of recent texts produced by and about Latino/as in the United States. Examination of issues of exile, integration and assimilation, political presence, and nationalism. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department. When taught in English, course will count for the Spanish major or minor if all written work is done in Spanish.
01:940:460 Race, Class, and Ethnicity in Latin America (3) Investigation of ethnic conflicts and racial formation and renegotiation in Latin America through literary and nonliterary sources. Consideration of class, racism, miscegenation, marginalization, and ethnonym. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:590:460.
01:940:461 Literacy and Orality in Hispanic Literature and Culture (3) Study of the relationship of writing to speech, oral tradition, and/or oral history in the context of Spanish, Spanish American, and/or U.S. Latino/a cultures. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:462 Environment and Literature in Hispanic Culture (3) Study of the relationship of literature to space, place, and landscape. Focus on ideas of nature and/or the city chosen each semester. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:465 Spain in Africa/Africa in Spain: Cultural Representations and Historical Legacy (3) Examination of the historical and cultural representation between Spain and Africa in a wide range of literary, artistic, and cinematographic texts. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:471 Internship in Translation/Interpreting (1-3) Supervised training in a business firm, social service agency, or government office. Weekly discussions of specific texts and problems arising from the fieldwork experience. Supplementary written and laboratory assignments. Rec. 1 hr., fieldwork 2 hrs. per credit. Maximum of 3 credits. Prerequisite: 01:940:401 with a grade of B+ or better. Pre-  or corequisite: 01:940:402 or 475 or permission of department.
01:940:475 Community and Introduction to Simultaneous Interpreting (3) Introduction to theory and practice of community interpreting and all its related modalities: liaison, consecutive, sight. Introduction to simultaneous interpreting. Spanish-English and English-Spanish. Intensive classroom and language laboratory exercises. Ethics and principles of practice. Prerequisite: 01:940:401.
01:940:476 Legal Translation (1.5) Practice in sight and written translation of legal documents, court records, and language of courtroom procedures. Spanish-English and English-Spanish. Pre- or corequisites: 01:940:401, 475.
01:940:477 Court Interpreting (3) Intensive practice in interpreting courtroom and other legal procedures. Development of bilingual legal glossary. Review of New Jersey and federal standards for interpreters. Pre- or corequisites: 01:940:401, 475.
01:940:478 Theory and Practice in Translation (3) Introduction to translation studies. Application of linguistic theory and computer technology to translation. Intensive practice in nonliterary and literary translation, including narrative and theater. Prerequisites: 01:940:401, 402 with a grade of B+ or better, or permission of department.
01:940:479 Translation, Media, and Technology (3) Intensive workshop practice in advanced translation, Spanish to English and English to Spanish. Translation of audiovisual, digital, multimedia, and technical texts. Introduction to translation technologies, CAT tools, and subtitling technologies. Theoretical discussions on audiovisual, translation technologies, and translation localization and globalization. Individual and group projects, with emphasis on translation into the native tongue. Prerequisite: 01:940:401.
01:940:486 Medical/Technical Translation (1.5) Practice in translation in such areas as medical, pharmaceutical, communications, computers, and science textbooks. Development of specialized glossaries. Spanish-English and English-Spanish. Pre- or corequisite: 01:940:401 or permission of department.
01:940:487 Hospital/Community Interpreting (1.5) Theory and practice of hospital, medical, and other sensitive community interpreting roles. Development of specialized glossaries. Field assignments in area hospitals and clinics. Pre- or corequisites: 01:940:402 and 475 or 486, or permission of department.
01:940:488 Topics in Spanish Linguistics (3) In-depth study of specific themes in Spanish linguistics. Topics may include language contact phenomena, pidgin and Creole, language acquisition, and historical linguistics. Prerequisite: 01:940:261 or permission of department.
01:940:489,490,491,492 Topics in Hispanic Literature and Culture (3,3,3,3) Specific topic chosen each semester. Prerequisite: One semester of 300-level literature in Spanish or permission of department.
01:940:493,494 Independent Study (BA,BA) Independent readings under faculty supervision. Project must not be one already treated in a formal course. Prerequisites: Minimum of one semester of 400-level Spanish and permission of department and instructor.
01:940:497,498 Honors in Spanish (BA,BA) Research paper prepared under faculty supervision. Prerequisite: Permission of department. Open only to seniors.
01:940:499 Oral Proficiency Interview (1)

Online. Instructor-guided practice sessions in advance of the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI). OPI scheduled through Language Lab.

Open only to junior and senior majors in Spanish. Prerequisite: 01:940:389.
 
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