Spanish

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WHAT IS SPANISH?

This major is part of the Cultures & Humanities Exploration Group

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Spanish Minor

The Spanish program offers courses to prepare students for a major in Spanish which can be used toward any number of career goals including teaching, graduate study, law and business. Emphasis is placed on culture and literature studies. Spanish majors are required to study abroad. Programs are available throughout Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. Our regular program in Granada, Spain, offers the flexibility of semester or year-study abroad when you will discover that the challenge of living in another culture is one of the most exciting and rewarding opportunities for your personal growth and maturity.

HOW TO DECLARE:

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MAJOR REQUIREMENTS:

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HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:

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SPAN 1001 - Elementary Spanish 1 (Potential Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: Second Language)

SPAN 1007 - Major Works of Hispanic Literature in Translation (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)

SPAN 1008 - Christians, Muslims, and Jews in Medieval Spain (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)

SPAN 1009 - Latino Literature, Culture, and Society(Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)

SPAN 1010 - Contemporary Spanish Culture and Society through Film (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)

SPAN 1020 - Fashion, Design, Art, and Identity in Spain (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)

SPAN 3178 - Intermediate Spanish Composition (Potential Major Requirement)

 

POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:

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RELATED MAJORS:

Art History

History

Latino and Latin American Studies

Linguistics

Spanish Language Education