List all Spanish courses previously completed at UNC (please include course number and name):
Students in the Spanish Advanced Studies (SAS) program must take the intensive course SEVI 410 “Contemporary Spanish Society” at the beginning of the semester and then choose 3 or 4 additional courses. Students may take COWA courses and combine those with 1 or 2 regular university courses with native speakers at the Campus Universitario EUSA or the Universidad de Sevilla. *Departmental permission is required for SAS students who wish to take only COWA classes.
All COWA courses have been pre-approved for graded credit by UNC. For EUSA and Universidad de Sevilla courses, students must seek credit approval from UNC.
In the section below, you will find the list of courses that will be available next semester. All Connecting Worlds program courses are pre-approved for UNC-Chapel Hill and the UNC-Equivalency appears right next to each course. Please note that courses with very low enrollments might end being cancelled.
Click here for COWA's Spring 2024 SAS course schedule.
Click here for course descriptions from UNC's Spanish Catalog.
Click here for more information about UNC's Spanish major and minor programs of study.
Connecting Worlds Abroad Classes
Please check the boxes next to the classes you would like to take. You can select up to 2 COWA courses in addition to the required course, SEVI 410. Remember that SEVI 410 is a REQUIRED course for ALL SAS students.
COWA SAS Offerings
SEVI 410 - Contemporary Spanish Society / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 398***REQUIRED COURSE***
SEVI 301: Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 301
SEVI 335: Spain and Islam / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 398 or 340
SEVI 361: History and Analysis of Spanish Film / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 361
SEVI 371: Studies in Spanish Literature / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 371
SEVI 373: Studies in Latin American Literature / UNC-EQUIVALENCY: SPAN 373
Regular University Classes with Local Students
In addition to your COWA courses, you must take at least 1 course with Spanish students at the Campus Universitario EUSA and/or at the Universidad de Sevilla. As a preliminary step, please indicate below your preferences for the courses you wish to take in Sevilla.
Course Selection at the Campus Universitario EUSA
Please refer to the SAS Webpage for information on EUSA Course Offerings. After reviewing the EUSA course offerings, please list 1-2 courses you would like to take at the Campus Universitario EUSA.
Courses you would like to take at the Campus Universitario EUSA:
Course Selection at the Universidad de Sevilla
Please refer to the SAS Webpage for information on Universidad de Sevilla courses. After reviewing the course offerings, please list 1-2 courses you would like to take at the Universidad de Sevilla.
Courses you would like to take at the Universidad de Sevilla:
Please note that you will not be able to see the final class schedules of EUSA and the Universidad de Sevilla until you arrive in Sevilla and thus will not be able to finalize your classes until after you arrive. YOU ARE NOT GUARANTEED PLACEMENT IN THE COURSES YOU CHOSE ON THIS FORM.
Nervión is a sprawling, modern neighborhood located in the eastern part of the city. It has a residential feel, and is an important economic and commercial zone. Some of the most sought after homes in all of Seville can be found in Nervión in areas such as Ciudad Jardín, which was built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929 and made up of houses built in the Regionalist style. In Nervión, you can catch a soccer match for one of Seville’s teams at the Sevilla Futbol Club’s stadium, as well as catch a train at the Santa Justa train station. Nervión offers several shopping areas, including Los Arcos shopping center and Nervión Plaza where one can also catch movies in their original version.