Spanish

Nothing looks better on your resume than a minor in a foreign language: French, Italian, Japanese, or Spanish. It gives you the competitive edge you will need in the international market. It tells your future employer that you have taken that extra step in learning to communicate with other cultures.

Coordinator: Pilar Blanco-Ruiz 

Requirements

Complete five of the following courses.

Course Credits
SP 111 Spanish I   
SP 112 SPANISH II   
SP 213 SPANISH III   
SP 214 SPANISH IV   
SP 122 SPANISH CONVERSATION I   
SP 223 SPANISH CONVERSATION II   
SP 141 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS I   
SP 142 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS II   
SP 132 SPANISH IN SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA   
SP 311 SPANISH FOR BUSINESS   
MC 203 GENDER AS PERFORMANCE: REPRESENTATION OF MASCULINITIES IN LATIN AMERICAN/LATINX THEATRE   
MC 205 MEXICAN CINEMA: BETWEEN THE NATIONAL AND THE GLOBAL (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 209 Hispanic Cultures In New York  
MC 252 LATIN AMERICAN FICTION: 1960-PRESENT (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 261/FI 225 LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA AND RESISTANCE (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 262 REVOLUTION AS SPECTACLE: MEXICO (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 263 CONTEMPORARY SPAIN THROUGH ITS CINEMA (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 301 IMAGINARY ENCOUNTERS: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE CARIBBEAN (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 351 FROM MODERN TO CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)  

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.