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Summer Program

For each 4 week program session you stay you can:

Spanish Language Classes

Taught at University of Granada. Each class is 45 - 75 classroom contact hours. You will take 1 class if you stay a 2 or 3 week program (up to 50 classroom contact hours) and you will take 2 classes if you stay a 4 or 5 week program (up to 90 classroom contact hours).

Elective Classes

Electives are taught at University of Granada. Each class is 45 classroom contact hours. This option is ONLY available for the SUM Ia and SUM IIa programs. All elective courses are instructed in Spanish. Medical Spanish is taught at IMSOL.

45 classroom contact hour classes:

Spanish Literature & Latin American Literature

Geography & History of Spain

General History & History of Art in Spain

Civilization & Culture (Spanish & Latin American)

Civilization & Culture (Spanish & Islamic)

The Legal System in Spain & The European Union & Spanish Business Law (*Available SUM Ia only)

Medical Spanish:
Taught at Instituto Mediterraneo Sol (IMSOL). Most universities accept the IMSOL transcript. However, if a US transcript is needed Jacksonville University (JU) is used as the school of record. The fee for this service is $75/credit hour earned. This class can be combined in conjunction with Spanish classes at the University of Granada. Please contact us for further details.

Medical Spanish (Int I, Int II, Adv I, Adv II levels available)

Elective Classes

Taught at University of Granada. Each class is 22.5 classroom contact hours. This option is ONLY available for the SUM Ia and SUM IIa programs. All elective courses are instructed in Spanish.

Semester Program

During the semester program you can take:

Elective Classes

Taught at University of Granada (Each class is 45 classroom contact hours)

FOR STUDENTS OF ALL LEVELS (LANGUAGE & CULTURE):

For classes taught in Spanish the pre-requisite is Intermediate Spanish II (CLM Level 4)

*Available in English or Spanish
**Available in English only

LANGUAGE
Speaking & Writing Skills (required)
Spanish Grammar (required)
The Diversity of Spanish in the World
Introduction to Business Spanish

LITERATURE
Spanish Literature (up to the 18th century)
Spanish Literature from the 19th Century to Present
Spanish Literature**

GEOGRAPHY
Social & Demographic Changes in Spain*
Sustainability in the Mediterranean: Approaching Local Self-Sustainable Development**

HISTORY
History of Spain*

HISTORY OF ART
History of Art in Spain*

CULTURE
Spanish Civilization & Culture*
Islamic Culture in Spain*
Latin American Civilization & Culture*
The Political Systems of Spain & the European Union*
The Arab World & the West: Past & Future**
Traditional Song & Spanish Society: Flamenco, Folklore & Sephardic Songs
Contemporary Spain in the Media
Health Sciences & Public Health in Spain**
Environmental Politics of the European Union**
Introduction to Arabic

ECONOMICS
Spanish & Latin American Economies*
International Marketing*
Developing Competence in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)*

FOR ADVANCED TO HERITAGE SPEAKERS (HISPANIC STUDIES):

The Spanish pre-requisite for this program is Advanced Spanish II (CLM Level 6).

LANGUAGE
Oral Production & Interaction Skills in Spanish*
Writing Texts in Spanish*
Spanish Grammar*
The Diversity of Spanish in the World
Translation English to Spanish I
Translation English to Spanish II
Business Spanish
Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools (Fall only)
Spanish Linguistics
Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish (Spring only)

*One of these three subjects is required for all students enrolled in Hispanic Studies, except those who have passed level C1 (CLM - 8 Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies program the previous semester.

LITERATURE
Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes

Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism
Contemporary Spanish Literature
Latin American Literature
Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries
Spanish Theater and Social Change (Spring only)

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY
Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco

La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain
Contemporary History of America (Spring only)

HISTORY OF ART

Spanish Art (Renaissance & Baroque)
Contemporary Spanish Art
History of Spanish Cinema (Fall only)
Spain & Latin America through Contemporary Cinema (Spring only)
A Social & Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films

SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain
The Political System of the European Union
Economics & Business in Spain & Latin America
Marketing Communication

CULTURE
Spanish Civilization & Culture
Latin American Civilization & Culture
Islamic Culture in Spain
History of Flamenco (Fall only)
Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde
Religious Diversity & Culture in Medieval Spain
The Art of Flamenco in Society & Culture (Spring only)
Health Sciences & Public Health in Spain (Spring only)
Ecology & the Environment in Spain (Spring only)

Classes with Locals & Internships

Offered at University of Granada as part of the Language & Electives semester. For Classes with Locals, advanced students can take up to 2 classes from any department during the Spring semester.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
(each internship is also a 45 or 120 classroom contact hour class)

Internship Program in Business

Internship Program in Educational Institutions

Internship Program in Service Learning & Community

Internship Program in Health Centers

CLASSES WITH LOCALS (only for students enrolled in the "Hispanic Studies" program):

ACADEMIC AREAS OF STUDY & MAJORS
Business
Communications
Education
Mathematics
International Studies
Pharmacy
Graphic Design
Nursing
Public Health
Journalism
Public Relations
Liberal Arts
Hotel Management

Winter Break

For each 2 or 3 week program session you stay you can:

Spanish Language Classes

Taught at University of Granada OR IMSOL (Each class is 45, 60 or 75 classroom contact hours, additional hours can be arranged if necessary). For coursework taken at IMSOL if a transcript is needed Jacksonville University (JU) can be the school of record. The fee for this is $75/credit hour earned. Please contact us for further details.

Instituto Mediterraneo Sol (IMSOL):
(offered Dec 16, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019 OR Dec 16, 2018 - Jan 05, 2019 OR Dec 27, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019)

Beginner I (45, 60, 75 contact hrs)

Beginner II (45, 60, 75 contact hrs)

Intermediate I (45 contact hrs)

Intermediate II (45 contact hrs)

Advanced I (45 contact hrs)

Advanced II (45 contact hrs)

University of Granada (UGR):
(offered Jan 7 - 30, 2019)
All classes during this session at the UGR are 60 contact hours

Beginner I

Beginner II

Intermediate I

Intermediate II

Advanced I

Advanced II

Superior I

Superior II

 

University of Granada (UGR):
(offered Dec 1 - Dec 20, 2018)
All classes during this session at the UGR are 40 contact hours

Intermediate I

Intermediate II

Advanced I

Advanced II

Superior I

Superior II

Elective Classes

Taught at Instituto Mediterraneo Sol (IMSOL). Most universities accept the IMSOL transcript. However, if a US transcript is needed Jacksonville University (JU) is used as the school of record. The fee for this service is $75/credit hour earned. Please contact us for further details. All elective courses are instructed in Spanish.

Instituto Mediterraneo Sol (IMSOL): Each class is 45 classroom contact hours
(offered Dec 16, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019 OR Dec 16, 2018 - Jan 05, 2019 OR Dec 27, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019)

Hispanic Studies

Spanish & Latin-American Literature

Spanish & Latin-American History

Spanish & Latin-American Culture

Business Spanish

Tourism Spanish

Medical Spanish

Intensive Month

For each 4 week program session you stay you can:

Elective Classes

Taught at IMSOL (if seeking a US university transcript credit can be arranged through Jacksonville University)

Spring Break

For each 2 or 3 week program session you stay you can:

Spanish Language Classes

Taught at University of Granada OR IMSOL (Each class is 45 - 75 classroom contact hours, additional hours can be arranged if necessary)

Elective Classes

Taught at IMSOL (if seeking a US university transcript credit can be arranged through Jacksonville University)