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Query:   Spanish for Bilinguals/Native Speakers
Author:  Douglas Demo
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Applied Linguistics

Summary:   Dear fellow linguists,
About a month ago I posted a request for the names of
colleges/universities which had developed courses designed to teach
Spanish to Bilinguals/Native Speakers (SNS courses). Below is a list of
40 such universities...if you know of any additions or corrections, please
don't hesitate to contact me at:
demod@gusun.georgetown.edu
Thanks again for your help.

1. Arizona State U.
2. California State U. -Fresno
3. California State U. -Los Angeles
4. College of Santa Fe
5. Cornell
6. Florida Intern'l U.
7. Harvard
8. Hunter College
9. **Indiana U
10. John Jay College of Criminal Justice-CUNY
11. Loyola U.
12. Miami-Dade Community College
13. New Mexico State U.
14. Northest Collge of Houston Community College
15. Northern Illiniois U.
16. Rosary College
17. Rutgers U.
18. Seton Hall U.
19. SUNY Albany
20. SUNY Bingamton
21. SUNY Buffalo
22. SUNY Stony Brook
23. Texas A/M Internat'l U.
24. U of Arizona
25. U of Cal. Berkely
26. U of Cal. Davis
27. U of Cal. Irvine
28 U of Cal. Los Angeles
29. U of Cal. Santa Barbara
30. U of Cal. Santat Cruz
31. U. of Florida-Gainesville
32. U of Houston
33. U of Nevada-Las Vegas
34. U of New Mexico
35. U of Texas Arlington
36. U of Texas Austin
37. U of Texas El Paso
38. U of Wisconsin Madison
39. Vanderbilt U.
40. Yale

LL Issue: 8.275
Date Posted: 25-Feb-1997
Original Query: Read original query


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