Spanish Minor 2: Language, Culture, and Professional Contexts
School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (SLLC)
The undergraduate minor in Spanish consists of three options, all of which require 15 credits of coursework beyond the intermediate prerequisite level and one of which the student must choose as a course of study. These three minors are: (1) Spanish Minor 1: Literature, Linguistics, and Culture; (2) Spanish Minor 2: Language, Culture, and Professional Contexts; and (3) Spanish Minor 3: Heritage Language and Latina/o Culture.
To declare a minor in Spanish, students should meet with the Undergraduate Advisor to begin the process.
PLACEMENT IN COURSES
All students new to SLLC courses must take the online Foreign Language Placement Assessment (FLPA) before registering for classes. For more information visit: www.arhu.umd.edu/undergraduate/flpa.
Prerequisites: Span 103, 203, 204, or equivalent. (Note: Students that receive a grade of B+ and above in Spanish 203 can proceed directly to Spanish 207.)
|SPAN207||Reading and Writing in Spanish||3|
|SPAN301||Advanced Grammar and Composition I||3|
|SPAN303||Approaches to Cultural Materials in the Hispanic World||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Spanish Culture, Civilization and Literature I: Medieval Times|
|Spanish Culture, Civilization and Literature II: Renaissance and Baroque|
|Spanish Culture, Civilization and Literature III: Modern Times|
|Latin American Literatures and Cultures I: From Pre-Columbian to Colonial Times|
|Latin American Literatures and Cultures II: From Independence to Nation Formation|
|Latin American Literatures and Cultures III: From Modernism to Neo-Liberalism|
|One 3xx or 4xx-level course in Language, Culture, and Professional Contexts: 1||3|
|Translation of Technical Texts|
|Spanish for Business I|
|Spanish for the Health Professions|
|Spanish in the Media|
|Spanish in the Community|
|(Spanish in the Life Sciences)|
|Intercultural Communication and Negotiation|
|Spanish for Business II|
Areas include: Translation, Business, Media, Health, Community Engagement/Education, Law, and Life Sciences.
Note: All courses must be in Spanish
- Heritage learners who place out of SPAN 206 can follow the sequence SPAN 306 (Spanish for Heritage Speakers II) and SPAN 307 (Oral Communication Skills for Heritage Speakers of Spanish).
- Native speakers and all others with the ability to begin coursework at a higher level should speak with the Spanish Undergraduate Advisor for course substitutions.
- It is not permitted for students to take SPAN 301 and SPAN 303 simultaneously; this is possible only by permission of the Spanish Undergraduate Advisor.