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Degree Requirements

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Requirements for a (non-Education) Spanish Major

27 hours of Spanish courses at the 300-level including:

  1. Core Courses, required (15 credits): SPAN 311, 312, 313, 314, 325. Choose four courses (12 credits): SPAN 315, 316, 320, 321, 334, 336, 350 (350 and 360 may be repeated if topic is different).
  2. 3 credit hours hours of SPAN 400 (the capstone).
  3. Study Abroad in a high-language immersion program. The program and course abroad must be pre-approved by the department. Approved programs vary in length; students should consult with their Spanish advisor for information and planning.
  4. 18 credit hours of coursework in the major must be taken on the SAU campus.

Requirements for a Spanish Secondary Education Major

27 hours of Spanish courses at the 300-level including:

  1. Core Courses, required (15 credits): SPAN 311, 312, 313, 314, 325, 350. Choose two courses (6 credits): SPAN 315, 320, 321, 334, 336, 350, 360 (350 and 360 may be repeated if topic is different).
  2. SPAN 400 (the capstone)
  3. Study Abroad in a high-language immersion program. The program and course abroad must be pre-approved by the department. Approved programs vary in length; students should consult with their Spanish advisor for information and planning.
  4. 18 hours of coursework in the major must be taken on the SAU campus.
  5. All Secondary Education degree requirements (see the Education department description in the course catalog for current information).
  6. Spanish Secondary Education Majors should have two advisors: one in Spanish and one in Education.

Requirements for a Spanish Minor

18 hours of Spanish courses at the 300-level including:

  1. Core Courses, required (9 credits): SPAN 311, 312, 313; Take at least (9 credits) in: SPAN 314, 315, 316, 320, 321, 322, 325, 334, 336, 350, 360.
  2. Study Abroad in a high-language immersion program. The program and courses abroad must be pre-approved by the department. Approved programs vary in length; students should consult with their Spanish advisor for information and planning.
  3. 15 credit hours at the 300 level must be taken on the SAU campus.

Spanish Endorsement for Elementary Education

Students should consult with their advisor in Education to determine the number of Spanish credits they will need for the endorsement.      

The Modern Languages Department does not require, but highly recommends, the following courses for the Spanish endorsement: SPAN 311, 314, 315 and 325.