Requirements for a Minor

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If you are a major in another discipline, considering a minor in Spanish

The minor in Spanish consists of 21 credits of Spanish classes. The following are the required classes:

Spanish Courses for a Minor
LG 131 Introductory Spanish 
LG 132 Introductory Spanish II
LG 231 Intermediate Spanish I
LG 232 Intermediate Spanish II
3 300+ level courses ( 9 credit hours) *

 *There are several ways you can fulfill these 9 upper-division credit hours. 

  1. you can study abroad on a program sponsored by the Department of Foreign Languages  and two classes offered by the host institution. YOu will take the third advanced Spanish course at USA eitehr before or after completing the study abroad program.  
  2. You can choose three courses from LG 333, LG 334, LG, 335, LG 336, LG 337, LG 431, LG 432, LG 433, LG 492 to complete your minor
  3. You can take LG 335 ( Technical and Commercial Spanish), LG 337 (Spanish for the Medical Professions) and an elective of your choice at the 300 or 400 level to have a Spanish minor geared towards the professional world.  

If you are a Foreign Languages major

You can also fulfill the requirement for a minor by  completing another foreign concentration ( 24 credit hours).  Below are the classes you will take for a second concentration in Spanish: 

Spanish Courses for a Second Concentration
LG 131 Introductory Spanish 
LG 132 Introductory Spanish II
LG 231 Intermediate Spanish I
LG 232 Intermediate Spanish II
4 300+ level courses ( 12 credit hours) which may include 9 credit hours of courses taken abroad. 

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