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Minor in Spanish

Abstract

Language is one of the foundations of ethnic and cultural diversity, and the study of languages and cultures is one of the hallmarks of an educated person.

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    The ability to communicate in Spanish is becoming increasingly important in this country and is a valued skill in competition for better job opportunities. Today, Spanish, as much as English, is the language of the Americas. There are 400 million Spanish speakers between Spain and Latin America and the Spanish population is growing fast. In the United States alone, there are 40 million speakers of Spanish.

    The Spanish Program offers:

    What will I study?

    Spanish Minor (17 Credits)

    Required Courses (15 credits)
    SPAN 201 Second-Year Spanish (5)
    SPAN 202 Second-Year Spanish (5)
    SPAN 203 Introduction to Advanced Spanish (5)
    Electives (2 credits)
    Select courses above SPAN 300

    Spanish/Elementary or Secondary Minor (30 Credits)

    This minor satisfies the endorsement for Preschool to grade 12.

    Required Courses
    GNML 390 Foreign Language Methods (4)
    SPAN 201 Second-Year Spanish (5)
    SPAN 202 Second-Year Spanish (5)
    SPAN 203 Introduction to Advanced Spanish (5)
    SPAN 310 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3)
    SPAN 311 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3)
    SPAN 320 Spanish Civilization (5)
    or SPAN 321 Spanish American Civilization and Culture (5)

    Contact Information

    Modern Languages and Literatures
    133 Patterson Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004

    email: vroig@mail.ewu.edu
    phone: 509.359.2481
    fax: 509.359.7855

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