Spring 2017 Class Timetable/Schedule *SPA 270, taught by Marimar Huguet-Jerez, Associate Professor of Spanish, is tentatively scheduled on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:30am AND SPA 370, also taught by Marimar Huguet-Jerez, Associate Professor of Spanish, is tentatively scheduled on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 12:30pm*
Courses Schedule in Spain has been posted by the Instituto Franklin.
Courses Taught in Spanish:
- SPA203 Intermediate Spanish
- SPA203 Traditions of Spain: Oral Communication
- SPA211 Writing Skills in Spanish
- SPA270 Comp/Conv: Spain through the Media
- SPA218 Business in the Spanish Speaking World
- SPA219 Spanish for Health Care Professionals
- SPA223 Volunteering as Social Immersion (.5 unit)
- SPA241 Introduction to Literary Analysis
- SPA270 Global Dimension of European Soccer
- SPA270 Phonetics and Oral Spanish
- SPA270 Contemporary Spain: 20th & 21st Cent
- SPA270 Introduction to Spanish Literature
SPA 270/370 Spain’s Current Events- Taught by Marimar Huguet-Jerez, Associate Professor of Spanish
- WLC270 Greek & Latin Roots of Western Cultures
- SPA270/SPA370 The Andalusian Legacy
- SPA270 Intl Business: Communication & Culture
- SPA 270 Globalization & the Spanish Economy.
- SPA370 Spanish Culture and Civilization
- SPA370 Spain in Images-Span Society on Film
- SPA370 History of Spanish Painting: the Great Masters
- SPA370 Translation in a Bilingual Context
- SPA 370: (Des)memoria histórica de España: Spanish Civil War Present Trauma- Taught by Marimar Huguet-Jerez, Associate Professor of Spanish
- SPA370 Cervantes-Adventures of Don Quixote
- SPA370 The Cervantes Award in Literature
Courses taught in English:
- WLC270 Introduction to Spain
- *Principles of Management
- *Principles of Marketing
- *Business Finance
- *Health Communication
- *Intercultural Communication
- *Non-Verbal Communication
- *WLC270 Analysis of the Econ Relations Spain/US
- *WLC270 Understanding Europe: European
Students must meet the appropriate prerequisites as listed in the TCNJ Course Bulletin.
Courses indicated with an asterisk (*) may earn TCNJ equivalency in other departments.
Students should feel free to take course descriptions and syllabi to faculty department chairs and obtain credit equivalencies in departments outside Spanish/WLC.