Undergraduate Program in Hispanic Studies
The undergraduate major (B.A. in Spanish) offers students a flexible program which combines the traditional focus on language and literature along with offerings in cultural studies and professional uses of Spanish. Majors must complete a minimum of 33 hours in Spanish numbered above 2102, including 2155, 2156, 3010, 3020 and any four of the following nine: 3015, 3043, 3044, 3070, 3071, 3072, 3073, 3074, 3980 plus 4005 and at least six hours of 4000-level courses. Native speakers majoring in Spanish must substitute any two 3000 or 4000-level Spanish electives for 2155 and 2156. Majors must see the Undergraduate Advisor prior to registration and for all questions regarding requirements.
The undergraduate minor in Spanish consists of 18 semester hours above Spanish 2102,
including Spanish 2155, 2156, 3010 and nine hours of courses at the 3000-4000-level.
Native speakers minoring in Spanish must substitute any 3000 or 4000-level Spanish
elective for 2155 and 2156. Minors are encouraged to see the Undergraduate Advisor
before registration and for all questions regarding requirements.
Sequence of courses and prerequisites in course requirements for Majors and Minors is as follows:
- SPAN 2155: prerequisite 2102
- SPAN 2156: may be taken with SPAN 2155
- SPAN 3010: may be taken with SPAN 2155 and/or SPAN 2156
- SPAN 3020: prerequisite SPAN 3010 or equivalent. SPAN 3020 is a prerequisite for all 3000-level literature courses
- SPAN 4005: prerequisite SPAN 3010
- All 4000 level literature courses: prerequisite one of the following: 3043, 3044, 3071, 3072
For more information on the Undergraduate Spanish Program, please see the revised Undergraduate Handbook.
Please direct any remaining questions to the Undergraduate Advisor, Dr. Andrea Morris, 225-578-7424.