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Graduate Courses

The Department of Spanish at Western Michigan University offers a variety of graduate-level courses. Registration for these classes remains open until the start of classes or until maximum enrollment is reached. Spanish classes usually fill quickly, so early signup is recommended. If you need assistance with registration, contact the graduate advisor or the Department of Spanish.

Offered courses

Fall 2014 -
Sept. 2 to Dec. 13, 2014 (registration begins March 2013)

SPAN 6200 pdf iconTeatro y Sociedad del Siglo de Oro
Wednesday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Natalio Ohanna
SPAN 6280 pdf iconSurvey of Spanish American Literature to Modernism
Thursday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Antonio Isea
SPAN 6300 pdf iconEl Boom
Monday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Benjamín Torres
SPAN 6500

pdf iconMethods of Teaching College Spanish
Tuesday and Thursday: 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.
Professor Mariola Pérez de la Cruz

SPAN 6600 pdf iconHistory of Spanish Language
Tuesday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Pablo Pastrana-Pérez


Spring 2015 -
Jan. to April. 2015 (registration begins Oct. 2013)

SPAN 6000 Don Quijote
Tuesday and Thursday: 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Professor Robert Felkel
SPAN 6100 Cortesía en lengua española
Tuesday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Robert Vann
SPAN 6200 Novela española siglo XXI
Tuesday and Thursday: 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Professor Mercedes Tasende
SPAN 6290

Survey of Spanish American Literature to Modernism
Wednesday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Patricia Montilla

SPAN 6300 La novela hispanoamericana del Romanticismo al Criollismo
Monday: 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Professor Benjamín Torres



SPAN 5020

SPAN 5020-Spanish for Graduate Students is offered every semester and session.  SPAN 5020 allows non-Spanish graduate students to earn graduate credit for undergraduate Spanish classes. Graduate students enrolled in SPAN 5020 may join any section at any undergraduate level to begin to learn or to continue to learn Spanish. SPAN 5020 may be repeated semester after semester until students attain their desired proficiency in the language. Contact the Department of Spanish for more information or for assistance with registration.

Admission

If you have not taken classes recently (or ever) at WMU, you can learn more about the admission process to both the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degree in Spanish programs. With pdf iconnon-degree graduate status (permission to take graduate classes) you can enroll in graduate-level courses even though you may not have applied yet for a particular graduate program.

Do you need help with registration or want more information about Spanish classes?
Please contact the graduate advisor or the Department of Spanish.