Arabic

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number SPN 501
Title Senior Seminar with Thesis
Credits 3.0
Distribution W
Prerequisites Three Spanish courses at the 400 level or the permission of the Department Chairperson

Description

Students in this course will write a thesis in Spanish (approximately 20 pages) pertaining to their chosen concentration in the major: Spanish Literature/Culture, Spanish Elementary or Secondary Education, or Spanish Professional Studies. Students will be guided in selecting a topic, developing a strong thesis statement, conducting extensive independent research, revising drafts, and documenting sources. Progress will be assessed through peer review and weekly class discussions. Students will also be guided in developing their thesis paper into an oral presentation in Spanish and will be required to present their research at the College's Undergraduate Research Symposium. This course is required of all Spanish majors.

Chinese

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number SPN 501
Title Senior Seminar with Thesis
Credits 3.0
Distribution W
Prerequisites Three Spanish courses at the 400 level or the permission of the Department Chairperson

Description

Students in this course will write a thesis in Spanish (approximately 20 pages) pertaining to their chosen concentration in the major: Spanish Literature/Culture, Spanish Elementary or Secondary Education, or Spanish Professional Studies. Students will be guided in selecting a topic, developing a strong thesis statement, conducting extensive independent research, revising drafts, and documenting sources. Progress will be assessed through peer review and weekly class discussions. Students will also be guided in developing their thesis paper into an oral presentation in Spanish and will be required to present their research at the College's Undergraduate Research Symposium. This course is required of all Spanish majors.

French

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number SPN 501
Title Senior Seminar with Thesis
Credits 3.0
Distribution W
Prerequisites Three Spanish courses at the 400 level or the permission of the Department Chairperson

Description

Students in this course will write a thesis in Spanish (approximately 20 pages) pertaining to their chosen concentration in the major: Spanish Literature/Culture, Spanish Elementary or Secondary Education, or Spanish Professional Studies. Students will be guided in selecting a topic, developing a strong thesis statement, conducting extensive independent research, revising drafts, and documenting sources. Progress will be assessed through peer review and weekly class discussions. Students will also be guided in developing their thesis paper into an oral presentation in Spanish and will be required to present their research at the College's Undergraduate Research Symposium. This course is required of all Spanish majors.

Italian

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number SPN 501
Title Senior Seminar with Thesis
Credits 3.0
Distribution W
Prerequisites Three Spanish courses at the 400 level or the permission of the Department Chairperson

Description

Students in this course will write a thesis in Spanish (approximately 20 pages) pertaining to their chosen concentration in the major: Spanish Literature/Culture, Spanish Elementary or Secondary Education, or Spanish Professional Studies. Students will be guided in selecting a topic, developing a strong thesis statement, conducting extensive independent research, revising drafts, and documenting sources. Progress will be assessed through peer review and weekly class discussions. Students will also be guided in developing their thesis paper into an oral presentation in Spanish and will be required to present their research at the College's Undergraduate Research Symposium. This course is required of all Spanish majors.

Spanish

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number SPN 501
Title Senior Seminar with Thesis
Credits 3.0
Distribution W
Prerequisites Three Spanish courses at the 400 level or the permission of the Department Chairperson

Description

Students in this course will write a thesis in Spanish (approximately 20 pages) pertaining to their chosen concentration in the major: Spanish Literature/Culture, Spanish Elementary or Secondary Education, or Spanish Professional Studies. Students will be guided in selecting a topic, developing a strong thesis statement, conducting extensive independent research, revising drafts, and documenting sources. Progress will be assessed through peer review and weekly class discussions. Students will also be guided in developing their thesis paper into an oral presentation in Spanish and will be required to present their research at the College's Undergraduate Research Symposium. This course is required of all Spanish majors.