The Department of Spanish and Portuguese offers three levels of off-campus programs in Spanish and one program in Portuguese. Applications are due February 1, 2017 in the Off Campus Programs Office.
What is the LSA?
Language Study Abroad (LSA) programs in Spanish allow students to complete the language requirement in Barcelona (winter or spring terms) or Buenos Aires (winter term). All LSA programs are for students who place into Spanish 3 or who have taken Spanish 2 on campus.
What is the LSA+?
At the intermediate level the Department offers three LSA+ programs, both in Portuguese and Spanish according to the site - Salvador da Bahia, Brazil (summer); Santander, Spain (summer), and Cuzco, Peru (fall terms starting in 2015). Up to two courses may count towards the major. Prerequisites are Intensive Portuguese 3 or Spanish 9.
What is the FSP?
Foreign Study Programs (FSPs) are advanced programs for those who want to delve into Hispanic literatures and cultures in Madrid, Spain (fall terms) and Buenos Aires, Argentina (spring terms). Up to two of the FSP courses may count towards the major. Prerequisite is one course from the Span 30, 31 and 32 sequence.
Special Pre-LSA Drill Section
The Department offers a special drill session which is required for those students who have been accepted to one of the Spanish LSA programs and have completed Spanish 2, or who are at the Spanish 2 level, and have not been enrolled in a Spanish language course in more than six months. Please contact Roberto Rey Agudo, our Language Program Director, for more information.