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  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 College of Liberal Arts Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Spanish Minor


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Requirements for the Minor (20 credits)


I. Gateway (4 credits)


Must be taken before advanced courses in literature and cultural studies, and may be taken concurrently with advanced electives in language, linguistics, and community-based learning. 

II. Additional (16 credits)


A. Second-Language Learners


Note

It is recommended that students take Spanish Conversation before Spanish Composition. Students may take their final course in the Advanced Intermediate Language Sequence concurrently with SPAN 310 .

Students who place out of one or more of the above courses through the Spanish placement exam, or whom the department determines have met the respective Spanish proficiency, should substitute the credits of the course(s) with upper-level electives offered by the department.

II. Upper Level (4 credits)

4 upper-level credits taught in Spanish. With departmental permission, advanced students may substitute an Hispanic Studies Seminar. Student who take 0-8 credits in the Advanced-Intermediate Language Sequence (through placement or departmental permission), may apply four credits offered in English by the department.

B. Heritage Learners


Note

Students may take Spanish Composition concurrently with SPAN 310 .

Heritage learners who place out of one or more of the above courses through the Spanish placement exam, or whom the department determines have met the respective Spanish proficiency, should substitute the credits of the course(s) with advanced electives offered by the department.

II. Electives (8 credits)

Eight upper-level credits, four of which must be taught in Spanish. With departmental permission, advanced students may substitute an Hispanic Studies Seminar.

Note


It is highly recommended that all minors complete at least one of the following related to Spanish or a Spanish-speaking country: semester abroad, summer abroad, short-term program, community-based learning course, or internship.

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