Department of Languages & Philosophy

Spanish Program Current Students

A Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Spanish Teaching, and a minor in Spanish are all available. If you have questions about the Spanish major/minor, please see a faculty member for advising.



2018-2019 Spanish Programs

Spanish Major, B.A.

Spanish Minor

Spanish Teaching, B.A.

Required courses

  • SPAN 2010 | Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN 2020 | Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPAN 3210 | Advanced Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 3300 | Introduction to Literary Studies

Required courses

  • SPAN 2010 | Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN 2020 | Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPAN 3210 | Advanced Grammar and Composition

Required courses

  • SPAN 2010 | Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN 2020 | Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPAN 3210 | Advanced Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 3300 | Introduction to Literary Studies

Select 18 credits from the following:

  • SPAN 3000 | Spanish Proficiency Development
  • SPAN 3100 | Conversation through Film
  • SPAN 3212 | Special Topics in Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 3510 | Culture and History of Spain
  • SPAN 3512 | Culture and History of Latin America
  • SPAN 3610 | Conversation and Special Topics
  • SPAN 4210 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 12th-18th c.
  • SPAN 4212 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 19th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4310 | Spanish American Literature 15th-19th c.
  • SPAN 4312 | Spanish American Literature 20th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4314 | Latin American Women: Lit, Film, Culture
  • SPAN 4316 | U.S. Latina/o Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 4400 | Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN 4410 | Introduction to Hispanic Sociolinguistics
  • SPAN 4510 | Introduction to Spanish Translation
  • SPAN 4610 | Special Topics in Hispanic Studies
  • SPAN 4893 | Internship
  • SPAN 4920 | Spanish Workshop/Study Abroad
  • LANG 3250 | World Cinema (taught in English)

Select 9 credits from the following:

  • SPAN 3000 | Spanish Proficiency Development
  • SPAN 3100 | Conversation through Film
  • SPAN 3212 | Special Topics in Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 3300 | Introduction to Literary Studies
  • SPAN 3510 | Culture and History of Spain
  • SPAN 3512 | Culture and History of Latin America
  • SPAN 3610 | Conversation and Special Topics
  • SPAN 4210 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 12th-18th c.
  • SPAN 4212 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 19th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4310 | Spanish American Literature 15th-19th c.
  • SPAN 4312 | Spanish American Literature 20th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4314 | Latin American Women: Lit, Film, Culture
  • SPAN 4316 | U.S. Latina/o Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 4400 | Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN 4410 | Introduction to Hispanic Sociolinguistics
  • SPAN 4510 | Introduction to Spanish Translation
  • SPAN 4610 | Special Topics in Hispanic Studies
  • SPAN 4893 | Internship
  • SPAN 4920 | Spanish Workshop/Study Abroad
  • LANG 3250 | World Cinema (taught in English)

Select 18 credits from the following:

  • SPAN 3000 | Spanish Proficiency Development
  • SPAN 3100 | Conversation through Film
  • SPAN 3212 | Special Topics in Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 3510 | Culture and History of Spain
  • SPAN 3512 | Culture and History of Latin America
  • SPAN 3610 | Conversation and Special Topics
  • SPAN 4210 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 12th-18th c.
  • SPAN 4212 | Spanish Peninsular Literature 19th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4310 | Spanish American Literature 15th-19th c.
  • SPAN 4312 | Spanish American Literature 20th-21st c.
  • SPAN 4314 | Latin American Women: Lit, Film, Culture
  • SPAN 4316 | U.S. Latina/o Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 4400 | Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
  • SPAN 4410 | Introduction to Hispanic Sociolinguistics
  • SPAN 4510 | Introduction to Spanish Translation
  • SPAN 4610 | Special Topics in Hispanic Studies
  • SPAN 4893 | Internship
  • SPAN 4920 | Spanish Workshop/Study Abroad
  • LANG 3250 | World Cinema (taught in English)

Required Teaching License Courses:

  • SPAN 4900 | Methods of Teaching a Foreign Language
  • SPAN 4980 | Student Teaching