2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Spanish Minor 15 credits

Students who would like to add a Spanish Minor to any major program of their undergraduate education will have the opportunity to work with the ever-growing Spanish-speaking communities as teachers, therapists, social workers and managers. Spanish minors will read the works of great writers in their original language, learn about the culture and the history of Spanish-speaking countries, be directly informed of current events of these countries from media in Spanish, and explore and understand cultural constructions through film, music and other popular culture produced in the Spanish-speaking world.

Requirements

Choose FIVE (15 Credits):

CLANG 2103Spanish III

3

CLANG 2104Spanish IV

3

CLANG 3101The World of Spanish: Texts and Images

3

CLANG 3102Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition

3

CLANG 3103Advanced Spanish Conversation

3

CLANG 3200Postcolonial Dialogues in Hispanic Literature: Spain, Latin America and Modernism

3

CLANG 3300Introduction to the Spanish Literary Arts

3

CLANG 3400Tradition and Change: Readings in Spanish Literature

3

CLANG 3500Readings in Latin American Literature

3

CLANG 4100Masters of the Spanish Tradition

3

CLITR 3315Contemporary Latin American Women Writers

3

or

CHIST 3350Latin America Since 1900

3

Students are encouraged to transfer in credits from study abroad in a Spanish-speaking program.
They are only allowed to take SIX credits at the 2000-level for this minor.

Students are encouraged to transfer in credits from study abroad in a Spanish-speaking program. They are allowed to take only SIX credits at the 2000-level for their minor.