Spanish for Health Professions

HISP-S269 — spring 2020

The broad goal of this course is to enable students to use the knowledge and analytical skills gained from this course to facilitate communication in medical contexts.
Instructor
Sandra Ortiz
Location
SW 103
Days and Times
MWF 12:20P-1:10P
Course Description

Prerequisite:  HISP-S 250 or equivalent

This course is designed for intermediate students of Spanish interested in acquiring the historical, social, cultural and linguistic knowledge necessary to recognize and analyze critically the multiple issues involved in intercultural communications in medical settings. The broad goal of this course is to enable students to use the knowledge and analytical skills gained from this course in order to facilitate multicultural communication in medical contexts as well as more generally in today’s society.

Note: Those students, who tested into HISP-S 280 Spanish Grammar in Context and opt to take HISP-S 269 as their first Spanish course at IUB, may claim special credit for HISP-S 200 and HISP-S 250 if they pass this course with a “C” or better. 

Note:  For students minoring or majoring in Spanish, S269 does not replace S280 and does not count toward the minor or major in Spanish.

Interested in this course?

The full details of this course are available on the Office of the Registrar website.

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