Spanish Minor

Minors in Spanish may be elected by students majoring in other fields. All minors complete a total of 18 credits, including SPA 301 and SPA 302, at least two introduction to literature or survey of literature courses and two additional upper-level courses. Additional Spanish elective coursework may be taken for degree completion requirements according to student need or interest.

The Spanish minor focuses on mastery of the language, understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures, familiarization with the most important figures of Spanish and Spanish-American literature and culture, and critical awareness of the intellectual problems and possibilities involved in the study of other cultures. If you are majoring in another field, a minor in Spanish offers you an opportunity to complement the knowledge gained in your principal field, while adding a cultural and linguistic dimension to your academic experience.

To declare a minor in Spanish:
Any degree candidate who has completed 24 credits of course work, with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and a 2.5 grade point average in his/her major, may request admission to a minor in the Department of Foreign Literature & Languages. Before being admitted to the Foreign Literature and Languages minor, students must obtain permission from the Department Chairperson.

Students must "Declare a Minor" through the Registrar's Office, the proper form must be filled out and signed by the students' major Chairperson and Advisor as well as the Chairperson of the Foreign Literature & Languages Department.