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Sectarian religion courses 7. The Ohio State Academy Program allows talented high school students to enroll in coursework while still in high school. Professional Development for OSU Graduate Students; Workshops & Short Courses. of Higher Education rules, CCP students can only enroll in "Level One" courses during their first 15 hours in the CCP program. The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities by Jentery Sayers (Editor) Although media studies and digital humanities are established fields, their overlaps have not been examined in depth. One Class, Twice the Credit! Ohio’s College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. Qualifying Courses Courses that are eligible for CCP credit and funding. 2. Official transcripts of course work (7th and 8th grade students can submit middle school grades, high school students must submit high school transcripts). Experience, ENGLISH 2367.02              Literature in the U.S. add-class, add, class, schedule. We've divided the options into general content areas to help you search. It is a partnership between Ohio State, … Courses that are graded Pass/Fail 8. Credits earned can transfer toward a bachelor’s degree. New rules starting in summer 2018 require students to enroll in "Level One" courses during their first 15 hours in the CCP program. Corporate Coaching; Executive Professional Development; General Workforce Training; Job Profiles and Assessments Please meet with your school counselor to learn more information or visit the links below. For additional information, please review Provost McPheron's statement. Folk Experience, ENGLISH 3361                   Narrative and Medicine, AFAMAST 1121  African Civilizations to 1870, AFAMAST 1122  African Civilizations, 1870 to the Present, AFAMAST 2251  Introduction to African Literature, CLAS 2201            Classical Civilization: Greece, CLAS 2202            Classical Civilization: Rome, EALL 1231            East Asian Humanities, HISTORY 1101    Latin American Civilizations to 1825, HISTORY 1102    Latin American Civilizations since 1825, HISTORY 1151    American Civilization to 1877, HISTORY 1152    American Civilization since 1877, HISTORY 1211    Western Civilization to the 17th Century, HISTORY 1212    Western Civilization, 17th Century to Present, HISTORY 1682    World History from 1500 to the Present, HISTORY 2450    Ancient and Medieval Jewish History, 300 BCE-1100 CE, JEWSHST 2201   Introduction to Jewish Culture, Thought, and Practice, RELSTDS 2102.01               Literature and Religion, RELSTDS 2102.02               Comparative Sacred Texts, WGSST 1110                       Gender, Sex and Power, PHILOS 1100                       Introduction to Philosophy, PHILOS 1300                       Introduction to Ethics, PHILOS 2400                       Political and Social Philosophy, PHILOS 2450                       Philosophical Problems in the Arts, AGSYSMT 3191  Internship in Agricultural Systems Management, BIOWMGT 2010T              Introduction to Bioenergy and Biological Waste Management, BIOWMGT 2020T              Bioenergy and Wastewater Technologies, BIOWMGT 2030T              Feedstock Evaluation and Analysis, BIOWMGT 2189T              Bioenergy and Biological Waste Management Practicum, BIOWMGT 2191T              Bioenergy and Biological Waste Management Internship, CONSYSM 3191 Internship in Construction Systems Management, ENGR 1188                          Fundamentals of Engineering for Transfer - Problem Solving and Design, ENGR 1259                          Fundamentals of Academic Success for Engineering Students, ISE 2040                              Engineering Economics, ENGTECH 1201.01T          Exploring Engineering Technologies, ENGTECH 2011T                Small Engine Basics, ENGTECH 2050T                Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, ENGTECH 2191.01T          Construction Management Internship, ENGTECH 2191.02T          Hydraulic Power and Motion Control Internship, ENGTECH 2191.03T          Power Equipment Internship, ENGTECH 2191.04T          Agricultural Systems Technology Internship, ENGTECH 2214T                Fundamentals of Fluid Power and Components, ENGTECH 2221T                Component Rebuilding, ENGTECH 2224T                Fluids, Filtration, and Fluid Conveyance, ENGTECH 2234T                Basic Pneumatic Systems, ENGTECH 2238T                Electrohydraulics and System Design, ENGTECH 2240T                Welding Technology, ENGTECH 2242T                Metals and Metal Manufacturing, ENGTECH 2312T                Engineering Technology Fundamentals, ENGTECH 2322T                Basic Electricity and Electronics, ENGTECH 2336T                Methods of Power Transmission, ARABIC 1101.01      Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I, ARABIC 1101.02      Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I: Intensive, ARABIC 1102.01      Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II, ARABIC 1102.02      Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II: Intensive, ARABIC 1103.01      Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I, ARABIC 1103.02      Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I: Intensive, ARABIC 2104.01     Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II, ARABIC 2104.02     Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II: Intensive, ARABIC 2241         Culture of the Contemporary Arab World, ARABIC 2367         Issues in Arab-American Society, Culture, and Literature, ARABIC 2701        Classical and Medieval Arabic Literature in Translation, ARABIC 2702        Modern Arabic Literature in Translation, ARABIC 3105        Intermediate Literary Arabic Reading I, ARABIC 3301        Contemporary Folklore in the Arab World, ARABIC 3601        Introduction to Arabic Philosophy, ARABIC 4106        Intermediate Literary Arabic Reading II, ARABIC 4108        Advanced Arabic Grammar and Stylistics, ARABIC 4626        Introduction to the Arabic Qur'an, ASL 1101              Elementary American Sign Language I, ASL 1102              Elementary American Sign Language II, ASL 1103              Intermediate American Sign Language, ASL 2104              American Sign Language Conversational Discourse, ASL 3105              American Sign Language Literature, ASL 3350              American Deaf Arts and Literature, ASL 4189S            Intersection of American Sign Language, Deaf Culture, and the Deaf Community, BCS 1101              Elementary Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian I, BCS 1102              Elementary Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian II, BCS 1103              Intermediate Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian I, BCS 2104              Intermediate Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian II, CHINESE 1101.01               Level One Chinese I: Classroom Track, CHINESE 1101.02               Level One Chinese I: Summer Intensive Track, CHINESE 1101.51               Level One Chinese I: Individualized Track, CHINESE 1102.01               Level One Chinese II: Classroom Track, CHINESE 1102.02               Level One Chinese II: Summer Intensive Track, CHINESE 1102.51               Level One Chinese II: Individualized Track, CHINESE 1103.01               Level Two Chinese I: Classroom Track, CHINESE 1103.51               Level Two Chinese I: Individualized Track, CHINESE 2102                   Level Two Chinese II: Classroom Track, CHINESE 2141.01               Intensive Level Two Chinese-Oral: Classroom Track, CHINESE 2141.02               Intensive Level Two Chinese-Oral: Summer Intensive Track, CHINESE 2151.01               Intensive Level Two Chinese-Written: Classroom Track, CHINESE 2151.51               Intensive Level Two Chinese-Written: Individualized Track, CHINESE 2231                     Traditional Chinese Culture, CHINESE 2232                     Modern Chinese Culture, CHINESE 2283                     Chinese Calligraphy, CHINESE 2451                     Chinese Literature in Translation, CHINESE 4101                     Level Three Chinese I, CHINESE 4102                     Level Three Chinese II, CHINESE 4142.01               Intensive Level Three Chinese-Oral: Classroom Track, CHINESE 4142.02               Intensive Level Three Chinese-Oral: Summer Intensive Track, CHINESE 4152.01               Intensive Level Three Chinese-Written: Classroom Track, CHINESE 4152.51               Intensive Level Three Chinese-Written: Individualized Track, CHINESE 4194                   Group Studies, CHINESE 4301                     Conversational Cantonese for Mandarin Speakers I, CHINESE 4302                     Conversational Cantonese for Mandarin Speakers II, CHINESE 4380                     The Chinese Language, CHINESE 4381                     The Chinese Language and Its History, CHINESE 4383                     The Chinese Language and Its Script, CHINESE 4402                     Traditional Chinese Fiction in Translation, CHINESE 4403                     Modern Chinese Literature in Translation, CHINESE 4404                     Chinese Drama, CHINESE 4405                     China in Chinese Film, CHINESE 4406                     China Pop: Contemporary Popular Culture and Media in Greater China, FRENCH 1101.01               Beginning French I Classroom, FRENCH 1101.51               Beginning French I Individualized, FRENCH 1101.61               Beginning French I: Individualized DL, FRENCH 1102.01               Beginning French II Classroom, FRENCH 1102.51               Beginning French II Individualized, FRENCH 1102.61               Beginning French II: Individualized DL, FRENCH 1103.01               Beginning French III Conversation and Composition, FRENCH 1103.02               Beginning French III Conversation, FRENCH 1103.03               Beginning French III Contemporary Culture, FRENCH 1103.04               Beginning French III Civilization, FRENCH 1103.51               Beginning French III Individualized, FRENCH 1103.61               Beginning French III Individualized DL, FRENCH 1155.01               Beginning French Review Classroom, FRENCH 1801                     Masterpieces of the French-Speaking World, FRENCH 2101.01               Introduction to French and Francophone Studies, FRENCH 2101.51               Introduction to French and Francophone Studies Individualized, FRENCH 2194                   Group Studies, FRENCH 2501                     Topics in French Literature and Culture in Translation, FRENCH 2801                     Classics of French Cinema, FRENCH 3101                     French Grammar Review, FRENCH 3102                     French Pronunciation and Performance, FRENCH 3103                     French Conversation, FRENCH 3201                     French Literary and Visual Texts, FRENCH 3202                     Literary and visual texts of the Francophone world, FRENCH 3301                     Discovering Second Language Acquisition, FRENCH 3401                     Introduction to Contemporary France, FRENCH 3402                     Introduction to Francophone Cultures, FRENCH 3403                     Topics in French-Speaking Cultures, FRENCH 3501                     Introduction to French for the Professions, FRENCH 3570                     CLLC Radio, FRENCH 3701                     Introduction to French Cinema, FRENCH 3801                     French-American Culture Wars, FRENCH 4194                   Group Studies, FRENCH 4401                     Topics in French and Francophone Studies, GERMAN 1101.51              German I - Self-Paced, GERMAN 1101.61              Beginning German I (Self-Paced Distance Learning), GERMAN 1102.51              German II - Self-Paced, GERMAN 1103.51              German III - Self-Paced, GERMAN 1266                   German Review, GERMAN 2101                   Texts and Contexts I: Contemporary German Language, Culture and Society, GERMAN 2102                   Texts and Contexts II: 20th-Century German Language, History and Culture, GERMAN 2194                  Group Studies, GERMAN 2250                   Berlin: Stories, Languages, and Ideas, GERMAN 2251                   German Literature and Popular Culture, GERMAN 2253                   Magic, Murder and Mayhem, GERMAN 2254                   Grimms' Fairy Tales and their Afterlives, GERMAN 2255                   Postwar Culture in Germany and Japan, GERMAN 2256                   Fan Fiction: From Homer to Harry Potter, GERMAN 2350                   Introduction to German Studies, GERMAN 2352                   Development of Contemporary Germany:  Dresden Yesterday and Today, GERMAN 2367                   German Literature and American Culture, GERMAN 2451                   Hollywood: Exiles & Emigres, GERMAN 3101                   Texts and Contexts III: Historical Perspectives, GERMAN 3102                   News and Views: Conversations about Current Issues in the German-Speaking World, GERMAN 3200                   Topics in German Literature, Art and Film, GERMAN 3252                   The Holocaust in German Literature and Film, GERMAN 3253                   The German Experience in North America, GERMAN 3256                   Coming to Terms with the Holocaust and War in Germany: Vergangenheitsbewaeltigung, GERMAN 3300                   Topics in German Culture Studies, Social and Intellectual History, GERMAN 3351                   Democracy, Fascism and German Culture, GERMAN 3600                   Topics in German Linguistics/Language, GERMAN 3602                   German for the Professions I, GERMAN 3603                   Translation I, GERMAN 4194                  Undergraduate Group Studies, *GERMAN 4200                  Senior Seminar in German: Literature, Art and Film (German), *GERMAN 4250                  Senior Seminar in German Studies: Literature, Art and Film (English), *GERMAN 4300                  Senior Seminar in German: Culture Studies, Social and Intellectual History (German), *GERMAN 4600                  Senior Seminar in German: Linguistics/Language (German), GERMAN 4602                   German for the Professions II, GERMAN 4603                   Translation II, GREEK 1101         Elementary Ancient Greek, GREEK 1102         Intermediate Ancient Greek I, GREEK 2110         The Greek New Testament, HEBREW 1101.01              Elementary Hebrew I, HEBREW 1102.01              Elementary Hebrew II, HEBREW 1103.01              Intermediate Hebrew I, HEBREW 2105                    Modern Hebrew Grammar, Conversation, and Composition, *HEBREW 2194                  Group Studies, HEBREW 2205                    Art and Ancient Judaism, HEBREW 2216                    The Medieval Jewish Experience, HEBREW 2241                    Culture of Contemporary Israel, HEBREW 2245                    Israeli Film & Society, HEBREW 2367.01              Scripture and Script: The Bible in Contemporary Arts, Media, and Literature, HEBREW 2700                    Biblical and Post-Biblical Hebrew Literature in Translation, HEBREW 2702                    Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation, HEBREW 2703                    Prophecy in the Bible and Post-Biblical Literature, HEBREW 2704                    Women in the Bible and Beyond, HEBREW 2708                    Biblical and Post-Biblical Wisdom Literature, HEBREW 3120                    Engaging Time: Philosophical and Rabbinic Dimensions of Temporality, HEBREW 3210                    The Jewish Mystical Tradition, HEBREW 4101                    Review of Grammar and Composition, HEBREW 4601                    Modern Hebrew Short Story, HEBREW 4602                    Modern Hebrew Poetry, ITALIAN 1101.01                 Italian I, ITALIAN 1101.02                 Italian I Hybrid, ITALIAN 1101.03                 Italian I Blended, ITALIAN 1102.01                 Italian II, ITALIAN 1102.02                 Italian II Hybrid, ITALIAN 1102.03                 Italian II Blended, ITALIAN 1103.01                 Italian III, ITALIAN 1103.02                 Italian III Hybrid, ITALIAN 1103.03                 Italian III Blended, ITALIAN 2051                      Fictions of Italy: Medieval and Renaissance Literature and Society, ITALIAN 2052                      Fictions of Italy: Modern and Contemporary Literature and Society, ITALIAN 2053                      Introduction to Italian Cinema, ITALIAN 2054                      Dante in Translation, ITALIAN 2055                      Mafia Movies, ITALIAN 2102                      Contemporary Italian Society, *ITALIAN 2194                     Group Studies, ITALIAN 3051                      The Crossroads of Romance: Tales of Heroes and Monsters from the Odyssey to Star Wars, ITALIAN 3103                     Styles and Stylistics, ITALIAN 3220                     Italian Culture Through the Ages, ITALIAN 3221                     Reading Italy: Italian Literature and Culture, ITALIAN 3222                     Modern Italian Media, ITALIAN 3223                     The Regions of Italy, ITALIAN 3224                     Post-Unification Italy, ITALIAN 3331                     The Languages of Italy, ITALIAN 3332                     The Sounds of Italian, ITALIAN 3570                    CLLC Radio, ITALIAN 4223                      Italian Cinema, ITALIAN 4224                      Survey of Italian Literature, ITALIAN 4225                      Italian Identities, ITALIAN 4226                      Italian Theater Workshop, ITALIAN 4330                      Structures of the Italian Language, ITALIAN 4331                      Italian Translating, JAPANSE 1101.01              Level One Japanese I: Classroom Track, JAPANSE 1101.02              Level One Japanese I: Summer Intensive Track, JAPANSE 1101.51              Level One Japanese I: Individualized Track, JAPANSE 1102.01              Level One Japanese II: Classroom Track, JAPANSE 1102.02              Level One Japanese II: Summer Intensive Track, JAPANSE 1102.51              Level One Japanese II: Individualized Track, JAPANSE 1103.01              Level Two Japanese I: Classroom Track, JAPANSE 1103.02              Level Two Japanese I: Summer Intensive Track, JAPANSE 1103.51              Level Two Japanese I: Individualized Track, JAPANSE 2102.01              Level Two Japanese II: Classroom Track, JAPANSE 2102.02              Level Two Japanese II: Summer Intensive Track, JAPANSE 2141                    Intensive Level Two Japanese-Oral, JAPANSE 2151                    Intensive Level Two Japanese-Written, JAPANSE 2231                    Elements of Japanese Culture, JAPANSE 2255                    Postwar Culture in Germany and Japan, JAPANSE 2451                    Japanese Literature in Translation, JAPANSE 2452                    Modern Japanese Literature in Translation, JAPANSE 4101                    Level Three Japanese I, JAPANSE 4102                    Level Three Japanese II, JAPANSE 4142                    Intensive Level Three Japanese-Oral, JAPANSE 4152                    Intensive Level Three Japanese-Written, JAPANSE 4194                 Group Studies, JAPANSE 4400                    Japanese Film and Visual Media, JAPANSE 4401                    Japanese Literature and Film in Critical Perspective, KOREAN 1101.01               Level One Korean I: Classroom Track, KOREAN 1101.51               Level One Korean I: Individualized Instruction, KOREAN 1102.01               Level One Korean II: Classroom Track, KOREAN 1102.51               Level One Korean II: Individualized Instruction, KOREAN 1103.01               Level Two Korean I: Classroom Track, KOREAN 1103.02               Level Two Korean I: Summer Intensive Track, KOREAN 1103.51               Level Two Korean I: Individualized Track, KOREAN 2102.01               Level Two Korean II: Classroom Track, KOREAN 2102.02               Level Two Korean II-Summer Intensive Track, KOREAN 2102.51               Level Two Korean II: Individualized Track, KOREAN 2231                     Elements of Korean Culture, KOREAN 2451                     Korean Literature in Translation, KOREAN 4194                  Group Studies, LATIN 1101.55    Elementary Latin I: Accelerated, LATIN 1102.55    Elementary Latin II: Accelerated, LATIN 1103          Intermediate Latin II, LATIN 1890          Intensive Latin Workshop I, LATIN 1891          Intensive Latin Workshop II, MDRNGRK 1101                Elementary Modern Greek, MDRNGRK 1102                Intermediate Modern Greek I, MDRNGRK 1103                Intermediate Modern Greek II, MDRNGRK 2000                Athens: The Modern City, MDRNGRK 2100                Greece and Beyond: The Crossing of Borders Through Film, MDRNGRK 2240                Travels to Greece: The Search for a Cultural Ideal, MDRNGRK 2367                Reading and Writing About Issues in Greek-American Society and Culture, MDRNGRK 2410                Culture of Contemporary Greece, MDRNGRK 2680                Folklore of Contemporary Greece, MDRNGRK 3710                Modern Greek Literature in Translation, PERSIAN 2701    Persian Literature in Translation, PERSIAN 2704    Introduction to Persian Epic, PERSIAN 3101    Advanced Persian: Reading and Composition, PORTGSE 1101.51             Portuguese I Individualized, PORTGSE 1102.01             Portuguese II, PORTGSE 1102.51             Portuguese II Individualized, PORTGSE 1103.01             Portuguese III, PORTGSE 1103.51             Portuguese III Individualized, PORTGSE 2150                   Introduction to the  Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World, PORTGSE 2159                   Narratives of Travel and Intercultural Contact in the Early Modern Imperial World, PORTGSE 2330                   Introduction to Brazilian Culture, PORTGSE 2331                   Portuguese Culture and Society, PORTGSE 2335                   Cannibal Brazil: Cultural Encounters and Negotiations of Identity in Literature and Culture, PORTGSE 3401                   Advanced Portuguese Grammar, PORTGSE 3402                   Portuguese Reading and Listening, PORTGSE 3403                   Portuguese Conversation and Composition, PORTGSE 3450                   Introduction to the Study of Literatures and Cultures, PORTGSE 3570                   CLLC Radio, PORTGSE 4510                   Portuguese Translation, PORTGSE 4550                   Literatures of the Portuguese Speaking World, PORTGSE 4560                   Cultural Expressions of Portugal and Lusophone Africa, PORTGSE 4561                   Cultural Expressions of Brazil, PORTGSE 4595                                Special Topics in Foreign Study, PORTGSE 4597.01             Coloniality and Postcoloniality in the Literatures of Portugal and Portuguese-Speaking Africa, PORTGSE 4597.02             Representing Identity in the Cinema of the Portuguese-Speaking World, PORTGSE 4606                   Business Culture and Communication in Portuguese, ROMANIA 1111 Intensive Intermediate Romanian, RUSSIAN 1101.01             1st-Year Russian I (Classroom Track), RUSSIAN 1101.51             Elementary Russian I (Self-Paced), RUSSIAN 1102.01             Elementary Russian II (Classroom Track), RUSSIAN 1102.51             Elementary Russian II (Self-Paced), RUSSIAN 1103.01             Intermediate Russian I (Classroom Track), RUSSIAN 1103.51             Intermediate Russian I (Self-Paced), RUSSIAN 1103.99             Intermediate Russian I (Online), RUSSIAN 1133                  Intermediate Russian for Heritage Speakers, RUSSIAN 2104.01             Intermediate Russian II (Classroom Track), RUSSIAN 2104.51             Intermediate Russian II (Self-Paced), RUSSIAN 2144                  Intermediate Russian for Heritage Speakers II, RUSSIAN 2250                  Masterpieces of Russian Literature, RUSSIAN 2335.01             Magnificence, Mayhem, and Mafia: Russian Culture, RUSSIAN 2335.99             Magnificence, Mayhem, and Mafia: Russian Culture, RUSSIAN 2345                  Russian Fairy Tales and Folklore, RUSSIAN 2355.99             Russians and their Vodka: Deconstructing Myths, RUSSIAN 3101                  Third-Year Russian I: Contemporary Russian in Cultural and Literary Contexts, RUSSIAN 3102                  Third-Year Russian II: Current Events through the Russian Media, RUSSIAN 3121                  Advanced Reading Russian I Self-Paced, RUSSIAN 3122                  Advanced Reading Russian II Self-Paced, RUSSIAN 3350                  Russian Culture and Politics, RUSSIAN 3460                  Modern Russian Experience through Film, RUSSIAN 3470                  Anna Karenina Goes to Hollywood: Tolstoy's Novel in Film and Popular Culture, RUSSIAN 3530                  Russian Cuisine in History, Literature and Culture, RUSSIAN 4101                  Advanced Russian I, RUSSIAN 4102                  Advanced Russian II, RUSSIAN 4135                  Practical Russian Pronunciation, RUSSIAN 4220                  Love and Death in Russian Literature and Film, RUSSIAN 4221                  Revolution and Restoration in Russian Literature, *RUSSIAN 4575                Capstone Course for Russian Majors, SCANDVN 3350                 Norse Mythology and Medieval Culture, SLAVIC 2230        Vampires, Monstrosity, and Evil: From Slavic Myth to Twilight, SLAVIC 2345        Introduction to Slavic and East European Literature and Culture, SLAVIC 2367        East European Immigrant Experience in America, SLAVIC 3310        Science Fiction: East vs. West, SLAVIC 3360        Screening Minorities: Representations of the Other in Slavic Film, SLAVIC 3800        Bilingualism: Life in Two Worlds, SLAVIC 4597        Politics of Language in Southeast Europe, SPANISH 1103.51             Spanish III: Individualized Instruction, SPANISH 1155                  Intensive Spanish for Review, SPANISH 2150                  Culture and Literature of Spain, SPANISH 2151                  Latin American Culture and Literature, SPANISH 2208.22             Andean Music Ensemble, SPANISH 2213             Spanish IV for Heritage Speakers, SPANISH 2242                  Introduction to Latino Studies, SPANISH 2302                  Spanish Conversation, SPANISH 2320                  Don Quixote in Translation, SPANISH 2321                  The Spanish Don Juan Theme in the Theatre, SPANISH 2322                  Spanish Society and the Arts, SPANISH 2330                  Reinventing America, SPANISH 2331                  Caribbean Cultures, SPANISH 2332                  Introduction to Andean and Amazonian Cultures, SPANISH 2380                  Introduction to Latin American Film, SPANISH 2389                  Spanish in the US: Language as Social Action, SPANISH 2504                  Language, Culture & Communication in Latino Health, SPANISH 2506                  Latin American Culture in a Business Context, SPANISH 2510                  Mexican Studies, SPANISH 2520                  Latin American Literature (in Translation): Fictions and Realities, SPANISH 3401                  Advanced Grammar, SPANISH 3403                  Intermediate Spanish Composition, SPANISH 3404                  Spanish Pronunciation, SPANISH 3406                  Intermediate Business Spanish, SPANISH 3413                  Spanish for Heritage Speakers, SPANISH 3450                  Introduction to the Study of Literature and Culture in Spanish: Reading Texts, SPANISH 4430                  Introduction to Spanish Linguistics, SPANISH 4461                  Latino Urbanism and the Reinvention of the American City, SPANISH 4501.51             Advanced Spanish for the Professions: STEM, SPANISH 4515                  Andean Art, Culture, and Society, SPANISH 4516                  The Formation of Bolivian National Cultures, SPANISH 4534                  Spanish Phonology, SPANISH 4536                  Language Change in Spanish, SPANISH 4537                  Spanish Psycholinguistics, SPANISH 4538                  Language Variation in Spanish, SPANISH 4551                  Spanish Golden Age Literature, SPANISH 4552                  Modern Spanish Literature, SPANISH 4555                  Indigenous, Colonial, & National Literatures and Cultures of Spanish America, SPANISH 4556                  Modern Spanish American Literature. 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