Spanish Language and Cultures minor

 

Note: Spanish Language and Cultures major students cannot minor in Spanish Language and Cultures.

 

The Spanish Language and Cultures minor combines Spanish language skills with a general knowledge of the cultural, historical and political context of Spanish America.

In the minor we emphasize the relationship between language and culture. Students train to interact with native Spanish speakers more effectively. As a result, students will benefit when entering education, government, public health, social work, community services, banking, international business, law, the travel industry or any other field where the rapidly growing Latino community is involved.

Declare your minor by completing the Request to Declare/Change a Major or Minor form and submitting it to the Office of the Registrar. You must have earned a minimum of 45 credits and declared a major before declaring a minor. If you have questions about this process, please see your advisor.

Spanish Language and Cultures minor course requirements

A minor in Spanish Language and Cultures requires 25 credits.

All minors must be completed with a 2.0 minor GPA. Please see an advisor to discuss details.

List A: 10 credits*

* Students who are diagnosed as native speakers or at an advanced level of proficiency (four or higher on the ACTFL scale) are not required to take the language classes. These students should take an additional 10 credits from list B.

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List B: 15 Credits

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