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A minor in Spanish requires 20 hours (24 hours if the student begins with SPN 120 or 121), eight of which must be above the 222 level. A winter term or summer term abroad in a Spanish-speaking country is strongly encouraged.
SPN 322 Composition
Culture Courses: Choose at least two of the following.
333 Spanish Civilization
SPN 350 Introduction
to Literary Analysis (prerequisite for all higher-numbered literature
SPN 421 Advanced
Spanish Grammar I
Spanish majors are required to study abroad for at least one semester in a university- and departmental-approved program in a country where Spanish is officially spoken. Credits earned in such a program may substitute for requirements for this major.
A maximum of 4 semester hours in internship credit can apply to the Spanish major.
A major in Spanish with Teacher Licensure, K-12, requires the above 40 semester hours including SPN 421, SPN 422, and SPN 451 plus 35 semester hours of professional studies courses in education and psychology. Students pursuing licensure to teach Spanish are strongly encouraged to take both SPN 421 Advanced Grammar I, SPN 422 Advanced Grammar II, and SPN 451 Phonetics.