Minor in Spanish

What courses should I take to obtain a Minor in Spanish?

In addition to the major in Spanish, the program offers a minor in Spanish consisting of 12 units of upper-division Spanish coursework. You are encouraged to take Spanish 301, Spanish 315, and Spanish 316 plus any 300 or 400 level course, keeping in mind the prerequisites for the courses. Spanish 300*, 310 and 311 are not applicable. Prior to undertaking upper-division work, the Spanish minor will have completed the following lower-division courses or their equivalents:

Lower-Division Courses

*NOTE: These courses should be taken depending on your placement after consulting with an adviser. You are not required to take these if you are placed at a higher level.

SPAN 101 /102 – Fundamental Spanish (5 units each)
or SPAN 105 – Intensive Review of Fundamental Spanish (5)
SPAN 203 – Intermediate Spanish A (3)
SPAN 204 – Intermediate Spanish B (3)
or SPAN 202 – Spanish for Spanish Speakers B (3)
SPAN 213* – Intermediate Conversation (3)
SPAN 214 – Intermediate Composition (3)
* not open to native speakers

Upper-Division Requirements (12 units)

6 units required from the following:

SPAN 301 – Advanced Grammar and Composition (3)
SPAN 315 – Introduction to Spanish Civilization (3)
or SPAN 316 – Introduction to Spanish American Civilization (3)

In consult with an adviser, choose two more courses (6 units) from the following:

SPAN 315 – Introduction to Spanish Civilization (3)
SPAN 316 – Introduction to Spanish American Civilization (3)
SPAN 325 – Contemporary Spanish Culture (3)
SPAN 326 – Contemporary Spanish American Culture (3)
SPAN 375 – Introduction to Literary Forms (3)
SPAN 400 – Advanced Writing (3)
SPAN 406 – Visual Culture of Spanish America (3)
SPAN 407 – Spanish Visual Representations of Cultural Transformations in the 20th century (3)
SPAN 430 – Spanish Literature to Neoclassicism (3)
SPAN 440 – Spanish American Literature to Modernismo (3)
SPAN 441 – Spanish American Literature Since Modernismo (3)
SPAN 461 –  Spanish Literature Since Neoclassicism (3)
SPAN 466 – Spanish Phonology and Dialectology (3)
SPAN 467 – Spanish Morphology and Syntax (3)
SPAN 468 – Spanish-English Bilingualism and Language Contact (3)
SPAN 470  – Foundations of Translation (3)
SPAN 475T – Senior Seminar: Topics in Spanish Peninsular Literature (3)
SPAN 480T – Senior Seminar: Topics in Spanish Linguistics (3)
SPAN 485T – Senior Seminar: Topics in Spanish-American Literature (3)