Criminal Justice Majors with Spanish Minor

Recommended Course of Study

A. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 211 level should take the following 6 courses to complete an 18 credit minor:Spanish 211 – Intermediate Spanish I

  • Spanish 212 – Intermediate Spanish II
  • Spanish 223 or Spanish 300 (Spanish for Reading and Review / Intensive Grammar – depending on student proficiency level)
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  • Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization

B. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:Spanish 223 – Spanish for Reading and Review

  • Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  • Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization

C. Student beginning Spanish classes above the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:

  • Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  • Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization 
  • Spanish elective above the 223 level (Recommended – Spanish 280, 303, 330)

NOTE: Substitutions for these recommended courses may be warranted, however any substitutions must be approved by the English &  Foreign Languages Department.

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Didactic Progam in Dietetics (DPD) - Spanish Emphasis Curriculum Option

Recommended Course of Study

A. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 211 level should take the following 6 courses to complete the required 18 credits:

  1. Spanish 211 – Intermediate Spanish I
  2. Spanish 212 – Intermediate Spanish II
  3. Spanish 223 or Spanish 300 (Spanish for Reading and Review / Intensive Grammar – depending on student proficiency level)
  4. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  5. Spanish 307*– Advanced Medical Spanish
  6. Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

B. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete the required 15 credits:

  1. Spanish 223 – Spanish for Reading and Review
  2. Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  3. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  4. Spanish 307* – Advanced Medical Spanish
  5. Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

C. Student beginning Spanish classes above the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete the required 15 credits:

  1. Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  2. Spanish 307* – Advanced Medical Spanish
  3. Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  4. Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  5. Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization 

NOTE: Substitutions for these recommended courses may be warranted, however any substitutions must be approved by the English & Foreign Languages Department.

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Nusing Majors with Spanish Minor

Recommended Course of Study

A. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 211 level should take the following 6 courses to complete an 18 credit minor:

  • Spanish 211 – Intermediate Spanish I
  • Spanish 212 – Intermediate Spanish II
  • Spanish 223 or Spanish 300 (Spanish for Reading and Review / Intensive Grammar – depending on student proficiency level)
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 307* – Advanced Medical Spanish
  • Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

B. The student beginning Spanish classes at the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:

  • Spanish 223 – Spanish for Reading and Review
  • Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 307*– Advanced Medical Spanish
  • Spanish 310, 325 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues, Latin American Culture and Civilization or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)

C. Student beginning Spanish classes above the 223 level should take the following 5 courses to complete a 15 credit minor:

  • Spanish 300 – Intensive Grammar
  • Spanish 307*– Advanced Medical Spanish
  • Spanish 275 – Conversational Spanish
  • Spanish 310 or 350 – (Contemporary Hispanic Issues or The Latino Condition in the U.S. – depending on course offerings)
  • Spanish 325 – Latin American Culture and Civilization 

NOTE: Substitutions for these recommended courses may be warranted, however any substitutions must be approved by the English & Foreign Languages Department.

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