Spring 2015 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions

Hervaz, David
Discipline and Number
SPAN 4364 Section 001
MWF Time 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Course Title
Advanced Spanish Culture

Description of Course:

This advanced course will explore Hispanic culture and civilization beyond that which is studied in beginning and intermediate Spanish courses, from its origins, to its contemporary expressions in Spain, Latin America, and the Hispanic communities in the U.S.A. Traditional elements and new trends of Hispanic culture, as revealed in the arts, music, film and literature, will be covered. Classes will be conducted in Spanish only.

To enroll in this course, students must have completed Spanish 2312 or a higher-level course at UTD or at another college/university. All other students, regardless of their background or previous language experience, must take the online placement exam located here:*


Please print your score and give it to your adviser to enroll and bring the score to class the first day of class.

*Students who have taken the appropriate required course at UTD or who have the appropriate AP or CLEP score are exempted from this requirement.

Required Texts:

Civilización y cultura, 11th edition, Sandstedt and Kite. (Cengage)

Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:


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