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Two Univ of Iowa graduate-level Spanish courses for summer via Distance Ed

05 May 2015 11:13 AM | Stacy Amling (Administrator)

The University of Iowa is offering TWO courses online/via distance education this summer that can be counted as graduate Spanish courses. The instructors of both courses welcome in-service teachers looking to get graduate credit, and the Continuing Ed program affirms that students can register for graduate credit for both of these classes.

Two things to keep in mind:

  • It is the individual enrollee’s responsibility to check that they qualify to take the class(es) for graduate credit, and to be sure that they register appropriately to get it.  The courses are offered for undergraduates as well as graduate students, so attention should be paid to that (there's a point to sign-up as either "undergraduate" or "graduate" - when enrolling). Directions for registering as a non-degree student are here:
  • Similarly, it’s the individual enrollee’s responsibility to be sure that whoever is looking at their transcript will accept the course as graduate credit.

Here are the two courses:

SPAN: 4095:0EXZ   Advanced Spanish Grammar

Course Professor Philip Klein

SPAN: 4830: 0EXZ The Hispanic World in the Digital Era

Course Professor Ana Merino

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