The Social and International Studies Department began offering a minor in Spanish in the Fall of 2000. To be eligible for a minor in Spanish, the student must complete 15 hours of Spanish courses that must include Spanish 2001 (fall semester) and Spanish 2002 (spring semester). The remaining 9 hours must be Spanish courses at the 3000 level (offered on a rotating basis). All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.
Want to go beyond the minor? Consider earning the Certificate in Professional Spanish!
SPAN 2001. Intermediate Spanish I. 3 semester hours. 3-0-3
A continuation of skills development of comprehension, speaking, reading of general and technical texts, writing, grammar and an introduction to Hispanic cultures. Prerequisite: SPAN 1002 or equivalent.
SPAN 2002. Intermediate Spanish II. 3 semester hours. 3-0-3
A continuation of SPAN 2001. Prerequisite: SPAN 2001 or equivalent.
SPAN 3001. Applied Conversation. 3 semester hours. 3-0-3
Development of oral fluency and listening comprehension in Spanish through linguistic and culturally appropriate activities. Expansion of general, business, scientific and technical vocabulary, among others. Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent.
SPAN 3002. Grammar and Composition. 3 semester hours. 3-0-3
Review of Spanish grammar. Practical writing practice in Spanish of personal and commercial correspondence, general and technical reports, and other forms. Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent.
SPAN 3003. Hispanic Cultures and Civilizations. 3 semester hours. 3-0-3
A background for technical and international trade purposes. The social values, institutions, customs and historical/cultural movements. Readings, writings, and discussions in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent, but SPAN 3001 and 3002 recommended.
SPAN 3901-3905. Special Topics. 1-5 semester hours.
Arranged through agreement with and permission of instructor. This might include an internship abroad, Spanish for business, science and technology, management, or other topics. Readings, writings, and discussions in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent, but SPAN 3001 and 3002 recommended.
Questions? Want to know more? Contact the Languages Coordinator: Dr. Bernice Nuhfer-Halten