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Minor with Emphasis

Spanish Minor with a Liberal Arts Emphasis

The Spanish minor with a liberal arts emphasis requires 21 minimum credits and is recommended for students who are pursuing diverse interests and career goals in fields such as tourism, social work, human services, library science, international business, nursing, foreign service, interpreting, criminal justice, translating, journalism and radio-TV-film.


Requirements

  • Completion of core courses (15 credits).
  • 6 additional credits from Spanish upper-level courses (300 and above) to meet the minimum requirement.
  • Special topic courses (360 to 365) may be taken more than once for credit.
  • In order to count towards the minor, students must have a minimum of a 2.00 GPA (C) in each 300-400 level course taken.

 

Spanish Minor with an Education Emphasis

A Spanish minor with an education emphasis requires 24 minimum credits. It is recommended for students who wish to fulfill requirements leading to Department of Public Instruction (DPI) license for either Early Childhood-Adolescence (EC-A) (Birth-age-21) (PK-12) or Early Adolescence-Adolescence (EA-A) (age 20-21) (6-12).

 

Requirements

  • 9 additional credits from Spanish upper level courses (300 and above)  to meet the minimum requirement.
  • Special topic courses (360 to 365) may be taken more than once for credit.
  • In order to count towards the minor, students must have a minimum of a 2.00 GPA (C) in each 300-400 level course taken.
  • 13-302/14-302 Foreign Language Teaching Methods
  • DPI Certification. This certification requires a period of language immersion in residence in a country in which the language is spoken. The immersion program must be approved by the foreign languages and literatures department.
by schrod69 — last modified Sep 12, 2017 02:03 PM