Spanish Minor

For information, contact the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 268 Irvin Hall, 513-529-4500.

The Spanish minor is designed to offer students whose major is in another field the ability to build upon their language, cultural, and interdisciplinary skills in Spanish.  In an increasingly globalized world, a minor in Spanish provides a competitive edge for students in a wide variety of areas of concentration. You must plan your program with your advisor in the department. No courses for the Spanish major or minor may be taken credit/no-credit. This minor consists of Spanish courses above the 202 level. 

Program Requirements

(18 semester hours)

Select the following:
SPN 311Grammar Review and Introductory Composition3
SPN 312Introduction to Spanish Language/Linguistics3
or SPN 315 Intro to Hispanic Literatures
Select 6 hours from the following:6
Historical Perspectives on Current Issues
Cultural History of Spain II
Marginalized Voices
Spanish American Cultural History II
Language and Society: Past and Present
Spanish Language and Hispanic Culture II
Select 6 hours from the following:6
Any 300 or 400 level SPN course (with the exception of SPN 490)
Total Credit Hours18