The Minor in Spanish and Latino Studies consists of a total of 15 credits. The student will take four required courses (12 credits) and one elective course (3 credits). Total credit hours: 15. No minimum grade but overall 2.0 in courses must be obtained.

The goal of this Minor is to give students a broad knowledge of Spanish language, history, and culture. Students can start their minor after SPN 2200 (Spanish III) or an equivalent. The Minor requirement courses cover the fundamental aspects of Spanish language and culture: conversation, composition, civilization, history and literature. We strongly recommend you take the summer study abroad in Spain as an elective, which will provide you with a firsthand experience of Spanish life, culture, and language!

  • SPN 2201 Spanish IV (3)

    Pre-requisite: SPN 2200 or equivalent.

  • SPN 2240 Conversation I (3)

    Pre-requisite: SPN 2201 or equivalent.

  • SPN 3300 Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition (3)

    Pre-requisite: SPN 2201 or equivalent.

  • SPN 3520 Spanish American Civilization (3)

    Pre-requisite: SPN 2201 or equivalent.

  • Elective (3)

    Any SPN or SPW 3000, 4000, or 5000 level course not listed above.