Students pursuing a Spanish language concentration should initially take the CLEP exam to receive actual credit for prior work and knowledge, as well as to determine initial level of coursework. A fee is required for this exam. Information about the exam is available in the Admissions Office and through the Modern and Classical Language Department. In order to secure the required 30 credits in the concentration, as well as proper initial placement, it is important that the student pursue this exam as an alternative credit option upon entry level.
The Spanish language concentration consists of 30 credit hours in one foreign language and must contain at least 18 credit hours of upper division (300 or 400) level.
REQUIRED COURSES (18 credits)
SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I - 3 credits
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II - 3 credits
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I - 3 credits
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II - 3 credits
SPA 301 Into to Hispanic Cultures - 3 credits
SPA 302 Spanish Conversation and Composition - 3 credits
ELECTIVES (12 credits)
Any upper-level (300-400 level) Spanish courses by advisement
Total 30 credits required
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