After completion of Span 210 and 211 you have various options since both courses are the gateway for several programs:

Spanish Majors

Spanish majors take a total of 12 courses, including

  • 210-211
  • 300: Thinking Critically: Literature, Film and Media in the Spanish-Speaking World, and
  • 301: Society and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World.

Study abroad is an integral part of the major, and may be completed in the Fall or Spring semesters (or both). Spn 489, a research seminar, is the culminating class for senior majors.

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    Hispanic Studies (B.A.)

    Hispanic Studies is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the Spanish-speaking world, combining language, culture, literature, and film. In addition to the basic required courses, students take two research seminars and one practical skills course.

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    Spanish for International Service (B.A.)

    Spanish for International Services is a pre-professional, career-oriented program designed to prepare students for service in government or private agencies and business in Spanish-related fields. 

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Spanish Minors

You can minor in both Spanish and LALS


Hispanic Studies (Minor)

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Temple in Latin America

Latin American and Latino Studies

Latin American and Latino Studies is a multidisciplinary program focused on the appreciation and understanding of the Hispanic experience in the Americas.

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