Spanish Minor

Spanish Minor

Students pursuing the Spanish minor will make cross-cultural connections with their own disciplines of studies. The Spanish minor focuses on Spanish for the professions, a focus that follows nationwide trends in order to enhance students’ academic and career opportunities. Spanish for the professions intertwines established minors/majors such as business, communication, criminal justice, health, English, global studies, teaching, theatre, and social services. This approach ensures that students will compete in the twenty-first century global economy with the required language skills that employers consider vital in today’s job market.

To earn a minor in Spanish, students need to complete a total of 17 credit hours.

Prerequisite Course 1
LNG 222 Intermediate Spanish II 4
or LNG 295 Foreign Language Competency
Required Course
LNG 321 Spanish Civilization and Culture 4
Elective Courses
Select three of the following: 9
Spanish for Public Affairs
Spanish for Business
Spanish for Healthcare
Spanish-Speaking Communities
Spanish for Communication
Spanish for the Arts
Spanish for Educators
Total Hours 17
1

Only these two course options will count as prerequisites for the Spanish minor. LNG 121, LNG 122, and LNG 221 do not count toward the Spanish minor.