Hispanic Studies Course

The Hispanic Studies Course is aimed at students and professionals who wish to widen their knowledge of Spanish language and culture. A wide range of subjects are offered and taught by specialists from the University of Granada. Students must already have a high command of Spanish to be able to follow these subjects (i.e. have passed level 6 Advanced).

 The Hispanic Studies Course is 225 hours and each subject has 45 teaching hours and a regular weekly timetable. Students can choose four or five subjects from the list below.

Subjetcts:

 
A. LANGUAGE
  • Speaking and writing skills*
  • Spanish grammar 
  • The Diversity of Spanish in the World
  • Translation English to Spanish I
  • Translation English to Spanish II **
  • Business Spanish
  • Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish
  • Spanish Linguistics
B. LITERATURE
  • Spanish Literature from the Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes
  • Spanish Literature (Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism)
  • Contemporary Spanish Literature
  • Latin American Literature
  • The Image of Women in Spanish Literature (18th - 21st Century)
  • Social and ideological change through the Lens of Spanish Theatre
C. HISTORY 
  • Spanish History from the 1700s to the Civil war and Franco
  • The Transition: from Francos's Dictatorship to the Democracy of Today's Spain
  • Contemporary History of America
D. HISTORY OF ART
  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque)
  • Contemporary Spanish Art
  • Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema

E. SOCIOLOGY,

POLITICS

AND ECONOMICS

  • Current socio-political topics in Spain
  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America
  • The Political System of the European Union
F. CULTURE
  • Spanish Civilization and Culture
  • Latin American Civilization and Culture
  • Islamic Culture in Spain
  • The Spanish Music as an Artistic and Social Phenomenon: Tradition and Vanguard
  • The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture
  • Religious diversity and culture in medieval Spain
  • Healthcare Systems in Spain
  • Ecology and the Environment in Spain
G. INTERNSHIPS
  • Internship Program in Companies
  • Internship Program in Educational Institutions
  • Internship Program in Volunteer Work
I. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese...

 

* This subject obligatory for all students enrolled on Hispanic Studies, except for those who have passed a level C1 (CLM-Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies Course in the previous semester

** To take the subject "Translation English to Spanish II" you need to have passed "Translation English to Spanish I" or level B2.2 (CLM-level 7)

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