4 courses are needed to satisfy a minor in creative writing in Spanish. The minor focuses on writing on poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Advanced Spanish skills are required.
REQUIREMENTS (4 courses needed):
1) SPAN-UA 3XX
All students seeking a minor in Creative Writing must take at least one 300-level course in Spanish. It is best to take this course before taking the creative writing courses, but you can also take the first course in the sequence (SPAN-UA 120) after taking SPAN-UA 50/51 or getting approval from the DUS or ADUS in the department.
2) SPAN-UA 120 “Creative Writing in Spanish”
Required. Pre-requisite: SPAN-UA 50/51 Offered every semester.
3) SPAN-UA 121 “Advanced Poetry Workshop in Spanish”
Required. Pre-requisite: SPAN-UA 3XX or approval by DUS or ADUS Offered every fall semester.
4) SPAN-UA 122 “Advanced Fiction and Non-Fiction Workshop in Spanish”
Required. Pre-requisite: SPAN-UA 3XX or approval by DUS or ADUS. Offered every Spring semester.
Minors in Creative Writing may not count courses taught in English toward their minor. No course that counts toward another major or minor may be applied to the minor in Creative Writing in Spanish, including majors offered through the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
4 or 5 in Spanish Language: language requirement fulfilled; credit for Intermediate Spanish, SPAN-UA 4. Enroll in Advanced Spanish (SPAN-UA 50).
4 in Spanish Literature: credit for either Advanced Spanish (SPAN-UA 50) or Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers (SPAN-UA 51)
5 in Spanish Literature: credit for either Advanced Spanish (SPAN-UA 50) or Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers (SPAN-UA 51) or SPAN-UA 3XX based on the decision of the Director of Language Programs.