A minor in Spanish is an asset in a world increasingly interdependent and interconnected by global media. Graduates with proficiency in a foreign language are better prepared to participate and succeed in the global marketplace. The Spanish minor at Lane helps you become a globally engaged citizen and provide opportunities for international travel, study abroad programs, and unique scholarship opportunities.
A MINOR in Spanish requires 18 CREDIT HOURS
Eighteen (18) credit hours of Spanish courses including Intermediate Spanish I and II. Spanish students may select four (4) additional Spanish courses at or above the 300 level to complete the minor. As many as twelve (12) credits toward the minor may be earned through a Lane-approved study abroad program in a Spanish-speaking country. At least one course at the 300 level must be taken at Lane to complete the minor.
Students graduating with degrees in Spanish will:
- 1. Demonstrate proficiency in spoken and written Spanish.
- 2. Demonstrate the ability to read critically, interpret analytically, speak persuasively, and write coherently about both visual and verbal texts produced in the Spanish-speaking world.
- 3. Demonstrate knowledge of literary and cultural traditions, such as major movements, writers, and works of the Spanish-speaking world.
- 4. Demonstrate the skills necessary for scholarly research and writing in the humanities and foreign languages.