Spanish 3: Intermediate Low

Course Number: SPAN 103

The Level 3 Spanish course is designed for low-intermediate speakers and learners. Spanish 3 consists of the following elements of the language: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Conversation topics include recounting past actions and expressing feelings including a variety of situations in private, as well as public life. The main grammar points introduced are possessive pronouns; past participles; present perfect and past perfect; present subjunctive; commands.

Prerequisite(s): Or equivalent knowledge and skills.

Note: This course does not qualify as a General Education credit.

Note: This course can be applied toward the Spanish Language Certificate program 09411.

Students who are taking courses on a part-time basis should contact the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences CE Department to enquire about registration into locked courses.

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Full refund less $25 if the request is received in Customer Service and Registration before the second scheduled class for Saturday sessions, and before the third scheduled class for evening sessions.  Exceptions to the refund policy will not be made for students who register late.