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UW BOTHELL
CENTER FOR UNIV STUDIES AND PROGRAMS
SPANISH - BOTHELL

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B SPAN 101 Elementary (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Vilma Illanes

B SPAN 102 Elementary (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Prerequisite: either B SPAN 101 or score of 16-44 on SP100A placement test. Offered: W.
Instructor Course Description: Patrick G. Blaine Vilma Illanes

B SPAN 103 Elementary (5)
Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Prerequisite: either B SPAN 102 or score of 45-69 on SP100A placement test. Offered: Sp.
Instructor Course Description: Vilma Illanes Patrick G. Blaine Vilma Illanes

B SPAN 201 Intermediate (5) VLPA
Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Review of Spanish grammar. Oral practice based on literary and cultural readings. Prerequisite: either B SPAN 103, score of 70-100 on SP100A placement test, minimum score of 51 on SP TL placement test, or score of 0-75 on SP200A placement test.

B SPAN 202 Intermediate (5) VLPA
Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Review of Spanish grammar. Oral practice based on literary and cultural readings. Prerequisite: either BSPAN 201 or score of 76-145 on SP200A placement test.

B SPAN 203 Intermediate (5) VLPA
Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Review of Spanish grammar. Oral practice based on literary and cultural readings. Prerequisite: either B SPAN 202, or score of 146-165 on SP200A placement test.

B SPAN 296 Study Abroad: Spanish (1-5, max. 15) VLPA
Intermediate-level Spanish language courses for which there are no direct University of Washington Bothell equivalents, taken through a University of Washington study abroad program. Further study at 200-level subject to placement test scores.