The requirements for a major in Spanish are 32 credits above SPAN 211 Intermediate Spanish I:
|SPAN 212||Intermediate Spanish II||4|
|SPAN 311||Spanish Composition & Grammar||4|
|SPAN 312||Conversation and Film in the Hispanic World||4|
|SPAN 326||Appreciating Hispanic Literature||4|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Topics in Latin American Lit|
|Topics in Spanish Literature|
|Hispanic Women Writers|
|12 additional credits in Spanish at the 300-level or above||12|
- A minimum of one semester of study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country is strongly recommended.
The following are suggested supporting courses:
|HISP/GS 210||Introduction to Latin American Studies||4|
|HISP 311||U.S.-Latin American Relations||4|
|HISP 320||Mexican American Border Studies||4|
Students seeking licensure to teach Spanish must also take either SPAN 343 The Culture of Spain or SPAN 344 Latin American Historical and Cultural Perspectives and fulfill the requirements for a major in education. For additional information about teaching Spanish, see the chair of world languages and cultures or the chair of education.
K-8 World Language and Culture Endorsement License: Students majoring in elementary education have the option of completing an add-on endorsement in one of the five world languages. Each add-on endorsement program prepares students to be recommended for licensure in that world language in grades K-8. Each add-on endorsement requires a separate application for licensure. All students must attain the intermediate-high level of oral proficiency.
Degree and Graduation Requirements
In addition to the program-specific requirements listed above, all students must complete the graduation requirements specified for their degree. See the Degree and Graduation Requirements section for more information.