Major in Language and Concentration in Spanish for the Professions
Concentration in Spanish for the Professions: (36 credits)
This concentration must be completed in conjunction with a minor or major in another field. The concentration in Spanish for the Professions is recommended for students with a second major or minor for whom a college-level command of the language significantly enhances opportunities for graduate school and/or employment. This course of study must be approved by the department.
SP 210-211 Intermediate Spanish courses (6 credits maximum:
These courses may be waived by oral and/or written
SP 321 Advanced Spanish Composition I* and/or SP 322
Advanced Spanish Composition II
SP 323 Advanced Spanish Conversation I**
SP 326 Spanish for the Professions
SP 327 Projects and Issues in Spanish for the Professions
SP 331 Spanish Civilization
SP 332 The Hispanic World Today or SP333 The Hispanic
Presence in the United States
Spanish Literature courses (3 credits minimum)
Internship in Spanish (3 credits minimum)
Spanish Electives in Advanced Language, Civilization, Literature, Internship or Special Topics in Spanish for the Professions
There is no second foreign language requirement for this concentration.
*Required of all students unless exempted by the Department of World Languages.
**This course is a required course for all non-native Spanish speakers.