The Chile summer program offers two five-week sessions worth a total of six credits each. You have the option to participate in one or both sessions. While in Chile you will take classes offered in English or Spanish.
You must complete a Preliminary Course Form, available on your Arcadia Passport, as part of the application process. When selecting a Spanish language course, you should provide an educated estimate of which level you may take in Chile. Please note that you are unable to take different level courses simultaneously in one session. The final Spanish language level is determined by placement at orientation.
Students of any Spanish language level may take the Language and Culture courses.
|PIIE 1145||Spanish Grammar, Beginner Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 1245||Conversation and Chilean Culture, Beginner Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 2145||Spanish Grammar, Intermediate Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 2245||Conversation and Chilean Culture, Intermediate Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 3145||Spanish Grammar, Advanced Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 3245||Conversation and Chilean Culture, Advanced Level||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 5001||Identity Issues in Contemporary Latin American History: An Intercultural Approach||3||PUCV||English|
Only students who place into an advanced Spanish language level may take electives.
|PIIE 3345-1||Spanish for Specific Purposes: Health||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 3445-1||Spanish for Specific Purposes: Business||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 4245||Contemporary Hispanic American Literature||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 5345||Latin American Film and Literature||3||PUCV||Spanish|
|PIIE 5545||Sociopolitical History of Latin America, XX-XXI Centuries||3||PUCV||Spanish|
If you'd like more information, please contact your Program Manager.