The Spanish Program at University of Dallas also offers an interdisciplinary approach to Hispanidad through courses in Spanish language, literature, history, linguistics, and art history. Finally, the courses examine the tension between the unity and the rich diversity within the Hispanic world.
Language SkillsLanguage classes at UD aim at the acquisition of the four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students gain knowledge and confidence as they progress through the lower division sequence: First Year Spanish I, II and Second Year Spanish I. For students who want to continue improving their language skills we offer two upper division courses: Advanced Communication/Grammar and Advanced Composition/Grammar.
Our Second Year Spanish II introduces students to the heritage of the Spanish-speaking world within the context of the Western Tradition emphasized in the Core Curriculum at UD. The survey includes literature, history, art history, and music. This interdisciplinary course is the point of departure for advanced study in literature, history, art history, and linguistics.
Advanced StudiesAdvanced courses in literature, history, art history, and linguistics continue our exploration of the Hispanic world. On this level students do research papers, written in Spanish, in many of the courses. Topics can be chosen from a wide spectrum of subjects.
- First Year Spanish
- Second Year Spanish
- Spanish Internship
- Studio Drama
- Advanced Spanish Communication/Grammar
- Peninsular Spanish Literary Tradition
- 48 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- The online Common Application, including the essay. (You may also use ApplyTexas.)
- Counselor recommendation (via the Common Application).
- University of Dallas Member Questions (via the Common Application).
- Official transcripts (with certified English translations), showing all secondary and post-secondary courses and grades.
- Submit national examination results and/or official notification of successful school completion.
- For students from non-English speaking countries send your official results of the TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo English exam or your official ACT and/or SAT score reports
- If you have taken college or university courses during high school, have an official copy of your final transcript forwarded directly to the University of Dallas.
- Submit your $50 application fee or an official fee waiver form. If completing an online application, you may submit payment electronically.
- Submit a copy of your passport (if available).
International44630 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 44630 USD per year during 48 months.
National44630 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 44630 USD per year during 48 months.
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