The credits are approved at the University of Oregon. For non-UO students, credit awarded is determined by the relevant department at your university in consultation with the study abroad office. Begin an application to learn more.
First and Second Year Spanish
Instruction is available at the beginner and intermediate levels from Oviedo, Spain. At the first year level, students enroll in one course entitled Spanish Around the World: Beginner. Students in second year Spanish enroll in one course entitled Spanish Around the World: Intermediate. Each course is 80 contact hours. The courses focus primarily on language development.
At the intermediate level, the Oviedo course consist of Spanish language instructions (60 contact hours) and Special Topic electives (20 contact hours), consisting of up to two of the following topics: Spanish Society and Culture; Spanish/Hispanic American Literature; Spanish History/Art History.
- Session I - First Year Spanish course: CRN 42823
- Session I - Second Year Spanish course: CRN 42825
- Session II - First Year Spanish course: CRN 42824
- Session II - Second Year Spanish course: CRN 42826
Third Year Spanish
Instruction at the advanced level (third year or higher) is available from Segovia, Spain. Students can choose one or two courses per session for 4 to 8 credits.
Session one course offerings:
Session two course offerings:
- GEO - Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition CRN 42882.
- GEO - Spanish Literature from Dictatorship to Postmodernism CRN 42885.
- GEO - Spanish Culture and Civilization CRN 42886.
Actual credit awarded is determined by the relevant department at your university in consultation with your study abroad office. Check with your study abroad advisor for more information.
Virtual Excursions and Cultural Activities
Examples of possible excursions and activities by location:
Oviedo - city center and gothic cathedral, Gijon and Asturian coast, ancient Roman Baths Museum, Fine Arts Museum of Oviedo.
Segovia - Alcazar castle, Roman Aqueduct, Gothic cathedral of Segovia, Jewish Quarter, Renaissance palaces, Romanesque churches, Segovia Mint.
Querétaro - city center, virutal tour and presentation by local artisans of art studios and shops.
Rosario - city center, Parana River, Museo Castagnino, Centro Culutral Parque España.
Each student will have their own host family assigned to them in each country. Host families and students will partake in special and personal interactions online each week over meals and through fun activites like cooking demonstrations and sharing hobbies. These host families are highly experienced in hosting international students with various levels of Spanish proficiency. They are excited to be able to connect with you in this way as virutal hosts to share their culture and native language with you!