The Spanish Minor program helps build proficiency and currency in spoken Spanish and develops cultural awareness, so students can interact with Spanish speakers in an accurate and successful manner in the workplace, while traveling, or in other social contexts. If students are working towards a career in business, teaching, social work, journalism, or in the medical field, or if they are pursuing an interdisciplinary program of studies, a minor in Spanish will be an invaluable asset for their career placement after college.
& SPAN 102
|Elementary Spanish I|
and Elementary Spanish II 1
& SPAN 202
|Intermediate Spanish I|
and Intermediate Spanish II 1
|SPAN 300||Spanish Conversation||3|
|SPAN 301||Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition||3|
|Any two 300-level or above Spanish electives||6|
Student placement in 100/200 levels based on prior coursework and experience. Students with prior experience in Spanish may choose the CLEP option for credit or may waive the appropriate number of credits.