A Spanish minor allows you to continue developing your language skills and cultural insights, no matter your major. With six courses, you can complete a Spanish minor, and some students complete many of their requirements during study abroad. If you received a score of 4 or 5 on the Spanish AP exam, you already have credit for two courses in the minor (SPAN 200 and 204).
|Minimum of 18 credit hours of Spanish Courses|
|SPAN 228: Spanish Composition (does not need to be the first course taken)||3 cr. hrs.|
|2 200-level SPAN courses*||6 cr. hrs.|
|2 300- and/or 400-level SPAN courses||6 cr. hrs.|
|1 additional SPAN elective at the 200-level or higher||3 cr. hrs.|
|Note: The number of 200-, 300-, and 400-level Spanish courses depends on student choice (within the given range), but must add up to 18 hours.|
|Total hours||18 cr. hrs.|
*With permission of the advisor, students will be able to take one SPAN course at the 200-level or higher that is taught in a language other than Spanish. Or, one 200-level SPAN course can be substituted with a language course in CATL, BASQ, PORT or LAST (Quechua), from among the following options: BASQ 401, BASQ 402; CATL 401, CATL 402, PORT 401, PORT 402; and LAST 445. This course does not count for advanced hours and does not substitute for SPAN 228.