Major in Spanish

Bachelor of Arts Degree

 

CIP 16.0905

 

University Studies Requirements...............................44-47 hrs


University Studies Electives:

CSC 199 Introduction to Information Technology

 

Note: Intermediate level modern language courses completed as part of the major or minor also satisfy modern language requirements for the B. A. All majors and minors, including those who score above the 301 level on the Placement Exam, will be required to take SPA 302. SPA 302 serves as a gateway course to the upper-level culture and literature courses. A minimum grade of C is required in 301 and 302. MLA 400 is required for the major; passing scores on the third year proficiency exams are required for entry into MLA 400.

 

Required Courses..............................................................16 hrs



   or



MLA 400 Senior Seminar

 

Note: Credit for SPA 101 and 102 may not be used for the major but will be counted for graduation.

 

Limited Electives.................................................................6 hrs
   Select from the following literature courses:















SPA 522 Topics in Spanish-American Literature

 

Approved Electives in Spanish........................................12 hrs

   Select from SPA courses beyond SPA 203.

 

Required Support Course..................................................3 hrs

One related course outside of the Department of Modern Languages, selected from the approved list given in the departmental introduction.

 

Note: The department strongly recommends that majors study abroad for at least one summer.

 

Required Minor............................................................21-24 hrs

 

Electives........................................................................12-18 hrs

 

Total Curriculum Requirements..................................120 hrs1

 

 

The requirements listed above are an example of what is applicable to most students entering Murray State University at the present time. Criteria as they may relate to individual students may vary. The primary source is the Undergraduate Bulletin applicable at the time of the student enrollment.

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