5 courses are required for this major. This track focuses on the language, culture, history and politics of Spain and Latin America.
REQUIREMENTS (2 Courses):
1. SPAN-UA 50 “Advanced Spanish” or SPAN-UA 51 “Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speaking Students.” Offered every semester (previously 100/111)
2. At least one 300-level or 400-level course in Spanish
Students choose from a broad selection of courses in the following fields of inquiry: literature, cultural studies, fiction, music, performance, visual culture, history, or politics. Courses taught in Spanish carry a prerequisite of SPAN-UA 50 or 51.
Among your electives, you need to take at least one SPAN-UA 300-level or 400-level course taught in Spanish.
ADVANCED LANGUAGE ELECTIVES
Students have the option of choosing advanced language electives as part of the course electives, in the area of conversation, translation or creative writing. (Spanish Speaking Students cannot take the conversation courses SPAN-UA 60 or 61).
See Department website for up to date course offerings and course descriptions.
Double majors may double count one relevant course with their other major with the permission of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Spanish and Portuguese.
Students have the option of doing a 2-4 credit internship or independent study and may count it toward credit in the major, under the advisement of the DUS or Associate DUS.
4 or 5 in Spanish Language: language requirement fulfilled; credit for Intermediate Spanish, SPAN-UA 4. Enroll in Advanced Grammar & Composition (SPAN-UA 50) or Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers (SPAN-UA 51). Please contact Director of Language for further assessment.
4 or 5 in Spanish Literature: credit for either Advanced Grammar & Composition (SPAN-UA 100) or Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers (SPAN-UA 51). Please contact Director of Language for further assessment.