The Spanish minor is a course of study designed to provide students with the opportunity to achieve an advanced level of proficiency in spoken and written Spanish, as well as learn about the many cultures and literatures of the Spanish speaking world.
Minor requirements include:
- Five Spanish courses (4 credits each) beyond the level of 250.
- Students must take two of the four courses in literature or culture, striking a balance between courses about Spain and Spanish America.
- Study abroad is strongly encouraged to allow students to be immersed in the language, and two courses from outside institutions can be counted toward the minor.
- Students are required to successfully complete a Spanish learning experience. See faculty advisor for list of learning experiences sites.
- A minimum average of 2.0 must be earned in the five courses for the minor.