[SPAN 218] Health and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World
In this course, students learn specialized vocabulary needed to discuss and write about health issues in the Spanish-speaking world. This course also emphasizes cultural values, beliefs, and practices required to enhance and develop approaches to health in Spanish-speaking communities. Readings are of a literary and non-literary nature. Participation in Spanish-language activities and/or the local Latino community is expected. Taught in Spanish.
Health and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World
Prerequisite: Spanish 210 or 214 After on-line registration closes, Modern Languages faculty review all language course enrollments to determine whether or not a student has enrolled in the recommended placement level. If not, the student will be contact by the department to determine whether a drop or registration in another language course is appropriate.
Also listed as Health and Society 218.