In order to earn the bachelor of arts degree with a major in Spanish, students must complete a minimum of 180 quarter credits, with a cumulative and a major/program grade point average of 2.00, including the following:
If your native language is Spanish, you may not receive a degree in Spanish.
The Spanish major requires a learning program in a Spanish-speaking country. To be acceptable, the student must complete: a) A minimum of two quarters or one semester in an approved program abroad. b) Successfully complete the equivalent of 20 quarter credits or 15 semester credits abroad. c) At least two 400-level classes (10 credits) must be taken at SU. d) 400-level major electives taken on study abroad programs should incorporate a literature emphasis (or as otherwise approved by department).
SPAN 315 and SPAN 325 may be completed at SU, or as approved by department through the study abroad approval process.
The 300-level electives are taken in your Study Abroad Program.
Several Spanish courses have been identified as satisfying the senior synthesis and core interdisciplinary requirements. Those courses may be used to fill major requirements or major electives while also fulfilling university core requirements. The credit for each course completed is included in totals only once.