8 credits for 20 students. Coordinator: Liliana Trevizan
This is the ideal choice for students considering studying more language, linguistics, anthropology, or traveling abroad. The idea is to take the Spanish language course for your levelon the side and still have room in your Fall schedule for. . . History? Economics? Physics? Whatever you like. Ten seats for EOP students.
90912 LANG 292 Languages, Cultures and Differences:Hispanic Case 3 Cr. MWF 2-2:50 p.m. Trevizan, L.
This course examines the intermingling of Hispanic/Latino and American culture(s,) and the intersection of English and Spanish. Understanding cultural differences is a significant quest of ethical value for contemporary citizens. This course also studies people of nonwestern cultural heritage who take up Spanish, and its impact on their cultural ways. Students may scrutinize films, videos, music videos, magazines, and also recognized pieces of literature to understand layers of differences (gender, race, ethnicity, class, and others) operating between and within Hispanic and American cultures. Student involvement is expected and presenting alternative views on the subject is always a must. Satisfies General Education XC requirement.
91924 COMP 101 Writing and Critical Thinking 4 Cr. TuTh 9:30-10:45 a.m. plus 1 hour TBA Levitt, E.
Encourages development of writing, critical thinking and the use of information resources. Addresses how language permits communication, shapes thought and changes through time. Satisfies General Education FW requirement.
90619 FY 100 First Year Success Seminar 1 Cr. TH 2-2:50 p.m. Schwabrow, C.
A one-credit course meeting once a week and offering an excellent introduction to the College’s resources and how to succeed in the difficult transition from high school to college life and work. Integrated with the FIG’s theme.