The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is dedicated to the study of languages, literatures, and cultures of Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. Our department offers a wide variety of undergraduate classes, from basic language instruction in Spanish and Portuguese to upper-level courses in literature, culture, and film. Undergraduates may pursue majors and minors in Spanish and Portuguese, or a Joint Major in Spanish and Portuguese.
Students pursuing the joint major in Spanish and Portuguese must complete 34 credits (eleven courses) to be distributed as follows:
|Select any two 3000-level courses in Spanish||6|
|Select any two 3000-level courses in Portuguese||6|
|SPAN 4060||Pre 20th Century Reading||3|
|Select any other 4000-level course in Spanish||3|
|Select any two 4000-level courses in Portuguese||6|
|Select any 6000-level course in Spanish||3|
|Select any 6000-level course in Portuguese||3|
|SPAN 6850||Senior Sem Major Authors||4|
|Total Credit Hours||34|
All courses in the major must be taken in sequence, although two sequential classes may be taken simultaneously. Students may not receive credit for courses taken out of sequence.
Double majors must complete 31 credits (ten courses + writing intensive) in the Spanish and Portuguese joint major, with a reduction of one 6000-level course. Double majors may receive credit for one course taught in English, not to be counted above the 4000 level.