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The Spanish Minor
A minor in Spanish is a very useful complement to majors in many other disciplines such as social service, nursing, teaching, business, hotel administration, etc. A very practical consideration must be mentioned: Spanish is the second language of our country. Increasingly, employers in government at municipal, state and federal levels and business as well as related careers, are viewing such experience and language skills very favorably.
20 credits in courses numbered 503 and above including the
503 Intermediate Spanish
504 Intermediate Spanish
*525 Spanish Civilization and Culture
*526 Latin American Civilization and Culture
631-632 Advanced Composition and Conversation
641 Spanish Phonetics
645 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
647 Hispanic Cultural Studies
648 Readings in Current Periodicals
650 Introduction to Literary Criticism
651-652 Introduction to Spanish Literature and
653-654 Introduction to Latin American Literature and Thought
------------ Any 700 level literature
*LLC 642 Theory and Practice of Translation
*These courses are in English. Only one course in English may be applied to the minor.
At least three courses must be taken in residence.
All coursework required for the Spanish minor must be completed with a grade of C or better.
Courses for the minor may not be taken pass/fail.
The Spanish minor can also include a semester or academic year in our Study Abroad Program in Granada, Spain. Other study abroad opportunities, such as summer sessions, can also be arranged. If you have any questions, please inquire at the Spanish Office, Murkland G10M, or telephone (603) 862-3121. A prior-approval form should be completed with the Spanish Department before the foreign study is undertaken.
The minor is declared when the fifth course is being taken. The student should obtain the declaration form in the Advising office, complete it and bring it to the Spanish office to be signed by the coordinator.
The Latin American Studies Minor
Spanish program faculty coordinate an interdisciplinary minor in Latin American Studies. Coursework is drawn not only from the Spanish Program, but from other programs across campus, such as the Anthropology Department, the History Department, and the Political Science Department.
You do not need to declare a minor, but you do need to submit paperwork certifying that you have completed a minor. At the beginning of your final semester of study at UNH, you should complete a certification of completion of minor form, obtain the necessary signatures, and submit it to your Dean's Office.