Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures
Foreign Language Majors
Spanish (43-45 hours)
The Spanish minor requires that students dedicate at least 34 hours of coursework to Spanish studies with at least six hours spent overseas. Spanish majors also study 6-8 hours in one other modern foreign language.
Spanish complementary (30 hours)
The Spanish complementary major is designed to be taken in conjunction with another major. Students complete 27 hours from advanced Spanish courses, with at least six hours of overseas study.
Spanish Teaching (89-91 hours)
The Spanish teaching major requires at least 36 hours of Spanish courses with at least six hours of overseas study. Students also study 6-8 hours in one other modern foreign language. Along with these requirements in language study, students complete an additional 33-38 hours of coursework in the area of professional education through the school of education. (This includes the Methods of Teaching Foreign Language course). Students planning to teach a foreign language in secondary schools should also consult with the director of teacher education.
Foreign Language Minors
French (18 hours)
Includes courses beyond Elementary French II.
Spanish (18 hours)
Includes courses beyond Elementary Spanish II.