Old/New Course Equivalencies
NOTE: You cannot receive credit for the same course listed under a different name or number. E.g. if you have already taken SPAN 30303 (Conversation) and also plan to take SPAN 31103 (Oral Communication), your grade in SPAN 31103 will replace the grade you previously earned in SPAN 30303.
Prior to Fall 2009   Beginning Fall 2009
10103   Span for Beginners   10103   Span for Beginners 1
10103   Span for Beginners (8 wk 1)   10113   Intenv Span for Beginners 1
10203   Span for Beginners 2   10203   Span for Beginners 2
10203   Span for Beginners (8 wk 2)   10213   Intenv Span for Beginners 2
             
20103   Span for Beginners 3   20103   Intermediate Span 1
20103   Span for Begn 3 (8 wk 1)   20113   Intenv Intermediate Span 1
20203   Intermediate Span   20203   Intermediate Span 2
20203   Intermediate Span (8 wk 2)

  20213   Intenv Intermediate Span 2
             
30103   Span for Heritage Spks   31703   Span for Heritage Speakers
30203   Intensive Grammar   31403   Advanced Span Grammar
30303   Conversation   31103   Oral Comm in Span
30503   Composition & Reading   31203   Writing in Spanish
30603   Span for the Wkplace: Hlth   31503   Span for Health Professions
30603   Span for the Wkplace: Busn   31603   Span for Business
30816/26   TCU in Mexico / Spain  

30013/23

  Sum. Abroad: Lang/Cult.
30843   Culture of Spain   32003   Culture & Civ of Spain
30853   Culture of Latin America   32103   Culture & Civ of L America
             
*40103   Analyzing Literary Texts   Panorama of (Spanish or Latin American) literature: 32503, 32603, 32703, 32803
       
             
40993   Senior Seminar   43203   Senior Seminar

 

 

Note for Spanish Majors under Former System

  • * Students who must take SPAN 40103 to fulfill their major requirement may instead take one of the following courses: SPAN 32503, 32603, 32703, 32803. Additionally, students under the former system are allowed to take a Panorama course as an elective.

  • Besides the Senior Seminar, all former 40000-level seminars are replaced by specific literature courses. These, along with any new course at the 30000-level or above, may be taken as an elective to fulfill the major requirements.

 

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