Courses

Academic Information
Semester In Spain is a program of Trinity Christian College, in Palos Heights, Illinois. Trinity is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Each course carries 4 semester credits, unless otherwise indicated. Check with your college to be certain that the courses you plan to take will be accepted.

Fall and Spring Semester Courses
Beginning
101 Beginning Spanish I
102 Beginning Spanish Ii
201 Intermediate Spanish I
202 Intermediate Spanish Ii

Intermediate
251 Intermediate Spanish Grammar & Composition I
252 Intermediate Spanish Grammar & Composition II
301 Advanced Grammar & Conversation
303 Selected Readings in Spanish Literature

Advanced
304 Spanish Short Story
306 History of Spanish Art
307 Modern Spanish Culture (1 credit)
311 History & Civilization
312 The Spain of Three Cultures
351 Advanced Grammar & Composition
355 Spanish Literature I (Fall)
356 Spanish Literature II (Spring)
366 Spanish American Literature II
401 Comunicación Avanzada
402 Don Quijote de la Mancha (Spring)
403 La Generación del 98 (Spring)
404 El Siglo de Oro (Spring)
405 La Narrativa en el Siglo de Oro: Novela Picaresca y Cervantes (Fall)
406 Romanticismo (Fall)
407 Teatro del Siglo XX (Fall)
408 La Historia de España en el Siglo XX
425 Internship (Spring, 2 credits)
450 Acción Solidaria (Service Learning, 2 credits)
399 and 499 Independent Study

Summer Courses
Term 1
201 Intermediate Spanish I *
307 Modern Spanish Culture: Topics (2 credits)
312 The Spain of Three Cultures
325 Literature & Legends of Seville Made Alive I
331 Spanish for Health Care (4 credits)
351 Advanced Grammar & Composition

Term 2
202 Intermediate Spanish II*
307 Modern Spanish Culture: Topics (2 credits)
322 Survey of Art, Culture, & Religion in the Golden Age
326 Literature & Legends of Seville Made Alive II
401 Comunicación Avanzada
425 Internship (After completing Term 1) (2 credits)

*Students interested in Intermediate Spanish in the summer are encouraged to participate in both terms.