A minimum of 36 credits is required including the 15-credit Spanish Core.
|SPAN 201||Intermediate Spanish I||3|
|SPAN 202||Intermediate Spanish II||3|
|SPAN 270||Spanish Conversation and Composition||3|
|SPAN 350||Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics||3|
|SPAN 385||Introduction to Hispanic Literature||3|
A maximum of nine credits earned from independent study and/or foreign travel may be applied to the major. Students who desire foreign language credit for foreign study and/ or exchange programs must have prior approval from the Department of Communication Arts, Languages, and Literature. Spanish credit for foreign study will be granted only to students who participate in formal study abroad programs sponsored by institutions accredited in the United States.
And the following. In addition, students must fulfill the K-12 Licensure requirements described under Education.
|SPAN 341||Latin American Civilization and Culture||3|
|SPAN 366||Methods of Teaching a Foreign Language||3|
|SPAN 370||Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition||3|
|SPAN 494||Capstone Experience||3|
|Two of the following Linguistics Classes:||6|
|Spanish Phonetics and Pronunciation|
|Syntax and Morphology of Spanish|
|Spanish in the U.S.|
|One of the following Literature Classes:||3|
|Hispanic Literature Through Film|
|U.S. Latino Literature|
|Hispanic Literature, Contemporary Authors|