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Postgraduate Studies: Spanish Language and Literature

SLL4201F        TOPICS IN SPANISH 1

24 NQF credits at HEQSF level 8

Convener: Dr M Recuenco Peñalver

Course entry requirements: Acceptance for an honours programme.

Course outline:

Comprehensive examination of the use of Spanish language in order to enable students to create a sophisticated discourse (written and oral) in the language. This course is designed to aid the students in vocabulary building, their ability to translate in between English and Spanish, and improving their knowledge of idiomatic usage. Students will be exposed to a variety of authentic texts of different genres and will be encouraged to explore the different formats and stylistic choices in their own writing. Students will be assessed on the quality of arguments and/or discoveries about primary  texts, which will include a demonstrated understanding of the breadth of secondary, critical texts and methodological or theoretical analytic bases.

DP requirements: Submission of all written work.

Assessment: Two essays of at least 5,000 words each.

 

 

SLL4202S       TOPICS IN SPANISH 2

24 NQF credits at HEQSF level 8

Convener: Dr J Corwin

Course entry requirements: Acceptance for an honours programme.

Course outline:

Comprehensive examination of Spanish and/or Latin American literary material via engagement and analysis of key relevant texts. Students will be assessed on the quality of arguments and/or discoveries about primary texts, which will include a demonstrated understanding of the breadth of secondary, critical texts and methodological or theoretical analytic bases.

DP requirements: Submission of all written work.

Assessment: Two essays of at least 5,000 words each.

 

 

SLL4203S       TOPICS IN SPANISH 3

24 NQF credits at HEQSF level 8

Convener: Dr J Corwin

Course entry requirements: Acceptance for an honours programme.

Course outline:

Comprehensive examination of Spanish and/or Latin American literary material via engagement and analysis of key relevant texts. Students will be assessed on the quality of arguments and/or discoveries about primary texts, which will include a demonstrated understanding of the breadth of secondary, critical texts and methodological or theoretical analytic bases.

DP requirements: Submission of all written work.

Assessment: Two essays of at least 5,000 words each.

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