Primary or Secondary Minor
The Spanish minor is designed to develop basic listening, speaking, writing and reading skills in the Spanish language. These skills are valuable to a variety of career fields, including business, journalism, social work, law enforcement, government and education, among others.
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Core Spanish Minor Courses
SPAN 205 - Intermediate Spanish
This course reinforces, synthesizes and expands upon the major concepts taught in elementary level Spanish. This course uses pair and group work, learning in context and critical thinking skills to enhance reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension skills. This course is required for the major and minor in Spanish. Read more »
Additional Program Requirements
Spanish minors must complete at least 18 credit hours of SPAN 300- or 400-level course offerings.
An international immersion experience of at least four weeks is required for students who are majoring or minoring in Spanish, with the last course of the major/minor to be taken on campus. Arrangements for academic credit and Spanish faculty approval must be made prior to studying abroad.