Integrative Curricular Microcredential in Sociocultural Mediator in Spanish
The Spanish ICM encourages students to build bridges with the target population by being aware of and knowing how to navigate language barriers, cultures, and differences. It is intended to promote global awareness, cross-cultural communication and understanding, as well as leadership among students, teaching them how to work effectively in a pluralistic society. This microcredential provides students with a theoretical and practical background in Spanish to enable sociocultural mediation.Additional Details
12 credits in SPAN 301, SPAN 355, SPAN 395 or INTD 395. 1 elective course chosen fromANTH 120, ANTH 238, COMN 317, COMN 346, INTD 203, PSYC 350, PSYC 385, PLSC 372, PLSC 412, SOCL 102, SOCL 210, SOCL 358, SPAN 401, WGST 310. Students who demonstrate language competence at the intermediate mid-level may start the program with SPAN 335. Proficiency will be determined via the placement exam / oral interview with a member of the Spanish faculty.
Integrative or applied learning experience, selected in consultation with the faculty coordinator. 1 credit internship in SPAN 395 or INTD 395.
Self-reflective statement or poster or oral presentation at GREAT Day.