Listed in: Spanish, as SPAN-495
Sara J. Brenneis (Section 01)
The senior seminar is offered every fall semester and fulfills the capstone requirement. It is designed for Spanish majors to reflect, integrate, and apply what they have learned and accomplished in the major. At the beginning of the semester, students will prepare a portfolio of work created throughout the major, including during their study abroad experience, to share and discuss with classmates. The rest of the semester will be devoted to individual or collaborative projects. Projects can take a variety of forms, including but not limited to a performance, a service learning project, an internship, a thesis, or an exhibit. Students writing a thesis may designate their thesis as their individual project. In all cases, students will report on their projects in writing as well as in person with classmates and in a public forum. Conducted in Spanish.
For F20, students will tailor their individual projects and presentations to a digital environment. Remote community service will also be possible as one option for the capstone project. Instruction will be in person for those on campus; remote and synchronous for those off campus via Zoom; with some asynchronous class sessions for all students posted to Moodle.
Open only to senior majors. Fall Semester. Professor Brenneis