Spanish Minor

Because of its flexibility, the minor in Spanish is the ideal supplement to most B.A. programs. Students complete 3 credit hours of specific required work and choose the other 15 credit hours among many course offerings in Spanish linguistics, literature, Latin American and Latino studies, cultural studies, translation, theater and film.

Program Requirements

Required Course
Complete one course from the following:3
Spanish Language Review Through Literature, Culture and Film
Fundamentals of Spanish Grammar
Spanish Composition and Stylistics
Electives
Select five of the following:15
Literature Electives
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Introduction to Hispanic Literary Studies
Voices of the Past and Present: Spain
Voices of the Past and Present: Latin America
Special Topics in Spanish and Latin American Literature
Spanish Study Abroad
Spanish Film and Fiction
Contemporary Spanish Novel
Spanish Poetry and Drama of the 19th Century
Spanish Prose of the 19th Century
Contemporary Spanish Theater
The Latin American Essay and Crónica
Short Stories and Cross-Cultural Processes in the Spanish-Speaking World
Poetics of Resistance in Hispanic Poetry
Negotiating Identity and Power in the Hispanic Novel
El Quijote
Scripts and Stages: Hispanic Theater and Performance
The Drama of the Golden Age
Senior Seminar
Contemporary Trends in the Spanish-American Novel
Puerto Rican Literature and Thought
Sexual Subversion in Contemporary Hispanic Literature and Film
Independent Study
Language Electives
Spanish for Business
Fundamentals of Spanish Grammar
Spanish Composition and Stylistics
Negotiation Skills in Spanish
Introduction to Spanish Phonetics
Spanish Conversation
Special Topics in the Spanish Language
Theory and Practice of Translation
Fundamentals of Specialized Translation
Advanced Spanish Grammar
Audiovisual Translation
Introduction to Interpreting
Capstone Course in Translation
Culture Electives
Cultural Studies: Spain
Cultural Studies: Latin America and the Caribbean
Total Credits18