Spanish Major, BA

(NYC)

This program is designed for students who wish to acquire linguistic, cultural, and literary skills in Spanish. The program includes advanced courses in literature and culture from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America. It prepares students for graduate school in foreign language or for employment in fields that require bilingual skills such as travel and tourism, media and entertainment, teaching, government agencies, and courts. Students are strongly encouraged to either double major or minor in a related field.

University Core – (44-55)

Includes TWELVE SPA credits taken for Foundation, Area, of Knowledge, and Inquiry and Exploration credit

SPA 102Elementary College Spanish II

3 credits

SPA 280Intensive Review of Spanish

3 credits

or

SPA 263Spanish for Native Speakers

3 credits

SPA 283Intermediate Spanish Conversation

3 credits

and

SPA 284Intermediate Spanish Composition

3 credits

Note that SPA 102 might require SPA 101 as prerequisite

Major Courses – (39)

Required Major Courses: (27 credits)

DYS 499BSenior Year Experience in Modern Languages and Cultures

3 credits

EIGHT 300-level courses in Spanish

24 credits

Major Electives (12 credits)

May include a maximum of 12 credits of elementary and intermediate level SPA courses

Open Electives – (34-45)

Total Credit Hours: 128

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