The Spanish minor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures encourages students to work toward proficiency in the Spanish language, and to learn about the culture, history, literature, cinema, and linguistic variation of the vast Spanish-speaking world. The Spanish minor focuses on practical, culture-based proficiency in the use of Spanish and consists of a minimum of 18 credits (max. 24) of required and approved elective courses with the WLSP prefix. At least two courses must be at the 3000 level or above.
Note: Students who placed out of any of the elementary and intermediate language courses (Spanish 1-4) will need to take more elective courses (labeled WLSP.3/4xxx and taught in Spanish) in order to complete the necessary number of credits required for the minor. Please note that World Ready courses for the Spanish track are not part of this minor (even if labeled WLSP). See course description in university catalog for details.
For more information, contact the Department of World Languages and Cultures.