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    University of North Georgia
  Feb 21, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

SPAN 2001H - Honors Intermediate Spanish I

Honors Intermediate Spanish I is an enriched version of SPAN 2001. The first of two intermediate language courses presenting the fundamentals of grammar, pronunciation, conversation, reading and writing. Designed to increase proficiency in Spanish skills through study of authentic materials: dialogues, readings, writing exercises, and dictation/pronunciation drills. This course continues familiarizing students with the culture of Spanish speaking regions. Students who completed a third year of high school Spanish with a grade of A may be a candidate to take this course; students may also take a placement test to gain access. The Honors course is sometimes taught on an individualized basis or in conjunction with a regular section of SPAN 2001. The honors section is a more intensive course that will build greater development of skills through personalized attention and specialized assignments. For enrollment in Honors classes, students must have a 3.2 college GPA, or incoming freshmen must show a combined 1100+ SAT (or 24+ ACT) and a 3.5+ high school GPA. Students must have completed any LS requirements.

Prerequisite: SPAN 1002 or high school equivalent as defined above


Not open to students who have credit in SPAN 2002 or higher or to native speakers