Spanish Major Requirements
(27 credits beyond the Spanish 200-level courses and 12 credits in collateral liberal arts courses)
|SPA 300||Advanced Grammar & Composition||3|
|or SPA 302|| Writing and Translating|
|SPA 301||Spanish for Business||3|
|or SPA 303|| Advanced Communication in Spanish|
|or SPA 395|| Phonetics for Communication|
|SPA 310||Spanish Culture & Civilization||3|
|or SPA 311|| Latin American Latino Culture|
|SPA 320||Introduction to Spanish Lit||3|
|SPA 325||Intro to Latin-Amer/Latino Lit||3|
|The Spanish Golden Age|
|From Colonies to Nationsfrom Colonies to|
|Modern Hispanic Poetry|
|Modern Spanish Novel|
|Hispanic Theater and Film|
|Hispanic Short Story: Transatlantic Conn|
|Latin American/Latino Film and Fiction|
|Independent Research and Study|
Students who complete an honors thesis their senior year may substitute the thesis (SPA 490) for one of the collateral requirements.
Some of the requirements for the major may be met by Study Abroad. Students are strongly encouraged to spend at least one semester abroad.
All majors must take at least one Spanish course per semester in the senior year.
Note: Students must receive a grade of “C” or better in courses required for the major or minor in the department. If a student receives a grade lower than “C” in a required course, the student must meet with his/her academic advisor to discuss the appropriate action that must be taken to remedy the situation.