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The Spanish program offers a major concentration and a language minor.  It also offers four professional minors.

Spanish Major - B.A. core curriculum + 33 credits of Spanish Courses

SPAN 300
Grammar and Communication 
3 Credit Hours

SPAN 307 Spanish Civilization 3 Credit Hours

SPAN 308 Latin American Civilization 3 Credit Hours

SPAN 320
Oral and Written Communication 3 Credit Hours
OR
SPAN 321
Oral and Written Communication (For Heritage Speakers) 3 Credit Hours

SPAN 335 Introduction to Spanish Literature 3 Credit Hours

Three SPAN Literature Courses 9 Credit Hours

Three other 300 or 400-level SPAN courses 
9 Credit Hours

 Note: Additional Language
Students majoring in Spanish must complete the intermediate level of a second language unless they are:
* Completing a second major
* Completing an education minor
* Completing two degrees
* Completing a pre-professional health program

In case the student has a previous background in a second language, the second language requirement may also be satisfied by placing out of it through the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Culture's placement test. However, in this case, the student must proportionally increase the number of university electives as indicated in the B.A. Degree Requirements.

A student must receive a minimum grade of "C-" for course credits to count toward any major or minor in the Department of FLLC.

Spanish Minor - 6 courses, 18 credit hours

SPAN 300
Grammar and Communication 
3 Credit Hours

SPAN 320
Oral and Written Communication 3 Credit Hours
OR
SPAN 321
Oral and Written Communication (For Heritage Speakers) 3 Credit Hours

SPAN 335 Introduction to Spanish Literature 3 Credit Hours

Three other 300 or 400-level SPAN courses 
9 Credit Hours

A student must receive a minimum grade of "C-" for course credits to count toward any major or minor in the Department of FLLC.

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