Spanish - Minor
This minor is offered in the College for Women only.
|SPAN 1120||Elementary Spanish II (with a grade of B or higher)||4|
The minor consists of five courses.
|SPAN 3050W||Visions of the Hispanic World: Reading to Speak and Write||4|
|SPAN 3250||Introduction to Critical Cultural and Literary Analysis||4|
|Select one to three of the following: 1||4-12|
|Intermediate Spanish I|
|Intermediate Spanish II|
|Hispanics in the United States|
|Select one to three courses at the 3000- or 4000-level, selected in consultation with an advisor in the Spanish Department: 1||4-12|
|Short Stories in Spanish|
|Contemporary Spanish American Literature|
|Hispanic Women Writers|
|Independent Study (when warranted)|
Students who place into SPAN 2110 Intermediate Spanish I and/or SPAN 2120 Intermediate Spanish II may count it/them toward the minor. Thereafter, they will need to take SPAN 2120 Intermediate Spanish II (if applicable), SPAN 3050W Visions of the Hispanic World: Reading to Speak and Write and SPAN 3250 Introduction to Critical Cultural and Literary Analysis, in addition to one or two courses at the 3000- or 4000-level (for a total of five 4-credit courses or 20 credits). Students who place into SPAN 3050W Visions of the Hispanic World: Reading to Speak and Write will need to complete SPAN 3250 Introduction to Critical Cultural and Literary Analysis and an additional three 3000- or 4000-level courses to fulfill requirements for the minor.