Minor in Spanish

Spanish students working in class

Pair a Spanish Minor With Any Major on Campus to Increase Your Employment Opportunities

Many students pursue a Spanish minor to increase their job opportunities and to make them more marketable in today's global society.

The Spanish minor consists of an 18-credit course of study covering intermediate Spanish language, as well as coursework in Hispanic literature and culture.

This minor pairs well with a variety of majors. Among them are business, education, political science, journalism, and history.

Required Courses:

  • SPAN 220 Intermediate Spanish Conversation, 3cr
  • SPAN 230 Intermediate Spanish Composition and Grammar, 3cr
  • SPAN 260 Introduction to Hispanic Literature, 3cr
  • SPAN 330 Advanced Spanish Composition and Grammar, 3cr
  • Two additional courses at the SPAN 3XX or 4XX level (except SPAN 390), 6cr

For information about the minor in Spanish, please contact Dawn Smith-Sherwood at smithshe@iup.edu.

The Foreign Language Department also offers a certificate program in Spanish.