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Spanish, Language, Culture, and Literature Concentration, B.A.

Why Major in Spanish, Language, Culture, and Literature?

This concentration allows the students to construct their curriculum using courses from Spanish, as well as English-taught classes in the department.

Requirements for Spanish, Language, Culture, and Literature

Requirements for the Spanish Major, Language, Culture and Literature Concentration - 39 Credits

    Major Core - 15 Credits

    • LSPA 0103 - Spanish III
    • LSPA 0104 - Spanish IV
    • LSPA 0215 - Speaking and Writing Spanish
    • LSPA 0316 - Advanced Spanish Conversation
    • LSPA 0397 - Capstone

    Spanish Elecitves - 9 Credits

    Choose three from the following:

    • LSPA 0205 - Spanish Composition
    • LSPA 0212 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers
    • LSPA 0217 - Reading Spanish Texts
    • LSPA 0299 - Topics in Spanish Language
    • LSPA 0302 - Topics in Hispanic Cultural Studies
    • LSPA 0311 - Comparative Grammar: Spanish/English
    • LSPA 0312 - Topics in Histpanic Literature
    • LSPA 0314 - Spanish for the Professions
    • LSPA 0318 - Spanish Interpreting I
    • LSPA 0328 - Spanish Interpreting II
    • LSPA 0330 - Methods and Techniques of Translation
    • LSPA 0398 - Internship: Spanish in the Community

    English Language Electives - 15 Credits

    Choose five of the following:

    • EGST 0210 - U.S. Latino/a Literatures
    • LANG 0210 - Language Culture and Society
    • LCUL 0201 - Women in the Hispanic World
    • LCUL 0210 - U.S. Latino/a Cultural Studies
    • LCUL 0220 - Envisioning the Americas
    • LLIT 0202 - Women Writers of the Americas: US
    • LLIT 0232 - Puerto Rican Literatures
    • LLIT 0310 - Seminar in Hispanic Studies
    • LLIT 0320 - U.S. Latino/a Drama

    Additional Graduation Requirements

    All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core .