Requires a minimum of 19 hours in Spanish courses numbered 280 and above. It must include:

SPA 280The Spanish-Speaking World: Portals and Perspectives3
SPA 309Grammar and Composition *4
or SPA 309L Grammar and Composition for Heritage Speakers of Spanish
Select one of the following Genre courses:3
Anecdotes, Bestsellers, Cuentos. The ABCs of Storytelling in the Spanish-Speaking World
Bard, Ballad, Bolero. Poetry, and Song in the Spanish-Speaking World
Page, Stage, and Performance. Theater and Drama of the Spanish-Speaking World
Lights, Camera, ¡Acción!. Cinema and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World
Select one of the following Regions course:3
The Making of Spain: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Cultures of Spain
Paradise in Perspective: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Wider Caribbean
Distant Neighbors: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Mexico and Central America
The Andes to Patagonia: Interdisciplinary Approaches to South American Culture
Literary and Cultural Studies of Spanish America
Select three credit hours from SPA 330 - SPA 3953
Select three additional hours of elective credit from Spanish classes numbered above 280 **3

Students must achieve at least a C grade in SPA 309 or SPA 309L. SPA 309 or SPA 309L must be taken on the Reynolda or Salamanca campus.


No more than 10 hours may be counted from courses numbered SPA 280-SPA 309. 

Students must achieve a GPA of 2.0 in the minor.