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Timetables

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Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Final Project
1st year 60      
2nd year   60    
3rd year   48 12  
4th year     54 6
Totals 60 108 66 6

Period of study

Course semesters

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.

Specialisations

General training
Specialisation in Spanish Language
Specialisation in Spanish and Hispanic-American Literature
Specialisation in Linguistics
Specialisation in Comparative Literature

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
Year-long
  • Methodology of Spanish Language and Literature
1st semester
  • Introduction to Spanish Literature I
  • Main Themes of Philosophy
  • Latin
  • Comparative Literature
2nd semester
  • Introduction to Spanish Literature II
  • Main Themes of History
  • Oral and Written Spanish Language
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Introduction to Spanish Language
1st semester
  • Spanish Morphology
  • Medieval Spanish Literature
  • Spanish Literature of the 16th Century
  • Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
  • Spanish Literature of Realism and Modernism
2nd semester
  • Spanish Semantics and Pragmatics
  • Spanish Literature of the Enlightenment and Romanticism
  • Modern Spanish Literature
  • Historical Spanish Grammar
  • Spanish Syntax: the Simple Sentence
3rd year 4th year
1st semester
  • Spanish Dialectology
  • Spanish Syntax: the Compound Sentence
  • Spanish American Literature: from Pre-Spanish Literature to the 19th Century
  • 17th Century Spanish Literature
2nd semester
  • Linguistic Commentary of Literary Texts
  • History of the Spanish Language
  • Spanish American Literature: from Modernism to the Contemporary Period
  • Linguistic Commentary of Literary Texts
  • Final Project

Optional subjects

3rd and 4th years
  • Modern Language I and II (English, French, German, Italian, Basque, Galician, Portuguese, Occitan, Romanian or Modern Greek)(*)
  • Work Placement
(*) You can enrol in a maximum of 12 credits in these subjects.
All optional subjects are worth 6 credits.

Specialisations are learning tracks included in the European Diploma Supplement (DS).
In order to obtain one, a minimum of 30 credits belonging to the pathway must be taken:
 
Specialisation in Spanish Language Specialisation in Spanish and Hispanic-American Literature
  • Discourse Analysis Applied to Spanish
  • Spanish as a Foreign Language
  • Latin American Spanish
  • Advanced Spanish Phonetics
  • Advanced Spanish Phonology
  • Advanced Historical Spanish Grammar
  • History of Spanish Grammar
  • Lexicography and Terminology of Spanish
  • Advanced Spanish Morphology
  • Advanced Spanish Semantics
  • Advanced Spanish Syntax
  • Computer Processing Applied to the Spanish Language
  • Lexicology of Spanish
  • Medieval Poetry: from its origins to the 15th Century
  • Medieval Prose: Genres and Traditions
  • Golden Age Spanish Poetry: Genres and Traditions
  • Spanish Theatre of the Golden Age
  • Texts of Hispanic-American Literature
  • Texts of Contemporary Spanish Narrative
  • Texts of Modern Spanish Narrative
  • Texts of Contemporary Spanish Poetry
  • Texts of Modern Spanish Poetry and Theatre
  • Texts of Contemporary Spanish Theatre
  • Texts in Golden Age Prose
  • Textual Criticism
  • Theory and History of Theatrical Representations
Specialisation in Linguistics Specialisation in Comparative Literature
  • Language Acquisition
  • Language Technologies
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Morphology and Syntax
  • Semantics and Pragmatics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Linguistic Topology
  • Theory of Language
  • Biological Bases of Language
  • Language, Cultura and Cognition
  • Questions of Comparative Grammar
  • Narrative Theory and Analysis
  • Poetry Theory and Analysis
  • Theatre Theory and Analysis
  • Literary Thought
  • Literary and Cultural Criticism (20th and 21st Century)
  • Literature, Genders and Sexuality
  • Theory and Practice of Compared Literature
  • Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies
  • Western Literary Tradition I
  • Western Literary Tradition II
  • Theory and History of Theatrical Representations