Spanish - (Heritage)
Heritage Spanish courses are designed for students who grew up in an environment where the language was spoken frequently (who have had contact with it at home), and who want to improve their reading, writing, and conversation skills.
Not all courses are taught every year. Please see the published class schedule for a listing of courses and sections available in any given term!
Connect to the Current Class Schedule to see what classes are being taught this term and if there are any updates or changes. Please note that all classes can be found under the department heading of "Foreign Languages" on the pull-down menu.
Spanish for Native and Heritage Speakers
If you are an advanced native speaker who graduated from high school (or higher) in a Spanish-speaking country, consult with the Spanish undergraduate adviser (Jenny Ceciliano, email@example.com) for placement prior to registering for classes.
An individual who has not graduated from high school (or higher) in a Spanish-speaking country is regarded as a heritage speaker. Spanish language courses specifically designed for heritage speakers are offered as 201/301H, 202/302H, and 203/303H. Students must contact the instructor prior to registering. See the class schedule for current instructor and contact information.
2nd year Heritage Spanish
SPAN 202H CRN# 43426
3rd year Heritage Spanish
SPAN 302H CRN# 43435
Prerequisite: You grew up in an environment where Spanish was spoken frequently.
You want to improve reading, writing and conversation.