Dec 15, 2018  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Spanish Minor


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The Spanish Minor at Maryville University gives students a thorough foundation in the Spanish language and provides them with the cultural competence needed to engage successfully in a multicultural society. The minor requires 21 credit hours. Students are encouraged to integrate study abroad programs into their minor; the Center for Global Education will help students plan these programs. Students also will have the opportunity to intern with local firms, hospitals, and other organizations involved with Hispanic business, education, and culture.

Required Courses (12 credits)


Elective Courses (at least 9 credit hours required)


Students may choose their electives from courses offered through Maryville University and from courses offered through international programs affiliated with Maryville:

  • ADAH 351 - Maya, Aztec, and Olmec Art and Archaeology
  • ENGL 326 - Latin American Magical Realism
  • SPAN 205 - Spanish For The Health Professions
  • SPAN 401 - Advanced Spanish III
  • SPAN 497 - Special Studies
  • SPAN 499 - International/ Spanish Language Internship
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    Electives such as the following may be taken through the international programs affiliated with Maryville University (including the consortium schools):                      

                    Business Spanish 

                    History of Spain 

                    Economy of Present-Day Spain 

                    Spanish Culture and Civilization

                    Latin-American Culture and Civilization

                    Introduction to Spanish Literature       

                    Introduction to Latin-American Literature 

                    Contemporary Spanish or Latin-American Literature 

                    Selected Topics in Spanish or Latin-American Literature

                    Performing Spanish Language Literature             

    Other courses as approved by the Humanities Program Director in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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