Foreign Languages and Literatures
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The Department offers a major in Spanish, a Coordinate Education major in Spanish, and an interdisciplinary major in Modern Languages and Linguistics. Within the Spanish Major, three Concentrations are available in: (1) Applied Spanish, (2) Peninsular Spanish Literature and Culture, and (3) Spanish American Literature and Culture. The Department also offers the Applied Spanish Program Sequence A for the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies: Humanities / Social Sciences and participates in the interdisciplinary major in International Studies. Minors are offered by the Department in Spanish, French, German Studies (interdisciplinary), and Romance Languages (Spanish, French and Italian). French courses are offered beyond the 18 s.h. minor, providing students with the opportunity to accumulate credits toward a second certification. The Department participates in both the interdisciplinary International Studies Concentration and the interdisciplinary Asian Studies Concentration. Additionally, the Department offers Certificates of Undergraduate Study (CUGS), of 12 s.h. each, in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Applied Spanish, Peninsular Spanish Literature and Culture, and Spanish American Literature and Culture.
Modern Languages & Linguistics
Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Sciences Program Sequence A:Applied Spanish
Certificates of Undergraduate Study (CUGS):CUGS in Spanish
CUGS in German
CUGS in Japanese
CUGS in French
CUGS in Italian
CUGS in Chinese
CUGS in Applied Spanish
CUGS in Peninsular Spanish Literature and Culture
CUGS in Spanish American Literature and Culture