The World Languages department offers a variety of classes to fulfill Social Behavioral, Humanities, Cultural, and Global designations. The following language classes satisfy these requirements:
We have the following classes available:
AHU 245 is a survey of Arab heritage in the Arab world (Middle East). Cultural and social institutions and their contribution to the development of the region and its heritage. Global Awareness [G] and Humanities and Fine Arts [HU] . 3 credits - Internet course. Download the flier.
SLC 201 is an introduction to the study of language. Study of the nature and diversity of world languages, linguistic structures and functions of language, language variation, pragmatics and the learning/acquisition of first and second languages. SLC 201 is a prerequisite for language majors at ASU. The class fulfills Humanities & Fine Arts [HU] and Social & Behavioral Sciences [SB] requirements. 3 credits - Internet class. Download the flier.
SPA 265 is an introduction and study of Spanish and Spanish-American literature. Selected readings from most Spanish-speaking countries. All discussions, oral reports, and written assignments are in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPA202 or permission of Department or Division. Completion of prerequisites within the last three years is required. Fulfills Humanities and Fine Arts [HU] requirement. 3 credits - Internet class. Download the flier.
SPH 241 is a survey of Spanish and Spanish-American film as art form and as social commentary. Includes documentary, biography, and films based on works of literature. Coursework, class participation, and oral and written reports conducted in English. Global Awareness [G] and Humanities [HU] Credits. 3 credits - In person class. Download the flier.
SPH 245 is a survey of Hispanic heritage in the Southwest. Cultural and social institutions and their contribution to the development of the region and its heritage. The class carries a Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] and also meets Humanities and Fine Arts [HU]. 3 credits - Internet class. Download the flier.
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