Minors and Majors in Spanish
To minor in Spanish, you need 18 credits past the 100 level, of which 6 can be at the 200 level (for example, 211 and 212). After these six credits at the 200 level, a student only needs 4 more classes (totaling 12 credits) at the 300 or 400 level, to receive a minor in Spanish. Two of these classes must be Spanish 313 (Advanced Grammar) and Spanish 314 (Spanish Composition). Students who complete these classes should fill out an application for a minor in Spanish in the Languages and Linguistics office, Breland 222.
To receive a double major in Spanish, you need 24 credits (8 classes) at the 300 or 400 level, two of which must be Spanish 313 (Advanced Grammar) and Spanish 314 (Spanish Composition). Student seeking a double major (or who wish to major only in Spanish) should go to the Languages and Linguistics office, Breland 222, to be assigned an advisor.
A minor or double major in Spanish can be obtained with surprising speed, especially if a student combines study on campus with intensive study in a Spanish-speaking country. For information about receiving credit for foreign study, see Information on Study Abroad.