The minor in Hispanic Studies offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the Spanish-speaking world. It is designed to provide students with a solid background in the cultural history of Latin America, Spain and the Hispanic and Latino communities in the United States. Students are encouraged to supplement their studies with courses dealing with the Spanish-speaking world in areas such as Anthropology, Art, Drama, History, Media and Communication Studies, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, and Theology and Religious Studies. The Hispanic Studies minor pairs well with courses in both the Certificate Program in European Studies and the Certificate Program in Latin American and Latino Studies.
- SPAN 203 Love, Power, and Death in Literature and Film OR
- SPAN 210 Spanish for Heritage Speakers I OR
- SPAN 207 Advanced Spanish for Health Care I OR
- SPAN 208 Advanced Spanish for Health Care II.
Students can count 103, 104 and approved Literature courses towards the minor but no more than two of these courses can count towards their Liberal Arts Curriculum requirements.
Spanish academic advisor: Dr. Mcmahon