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Undergraduate Studies

Majors and Minors

In addition to the degree requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences, the following are the requirements for the major in Spanish or Portuguese:

Admitted Summer 2003 - Spring 2010

Spanish Major

Spanish Minor

Did you know that after S250 you would only need 4 more classes to receive your minor?

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Admitted Summer 2010 or after

Spanish Major

Hispanic Studies Track:

Hispanic Linguistics Track:

Hispanic Literature Track:

33 Total Hours

(Maximum total hours allowed by COAS in Major is 42.)

Important Notes:

Spanish Minor

Important Notes:

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Admitted Spring 2013 or before

Portuguese Major

Portuguese Minor

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Admitted Summer 2013 or after

Portuguese Major

Requirements

Note: 400-level literature courses are P400, P401, P405, P415, P467, P470, P475, P476, P494 & P495.
Native speakers of Portuguese are expected to complete the major with course work at the 300 and 400 level. Students must complete the degree requirements for the B.A. degree in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Portuguese Minor

Admitted Fall 2015 or after

Portuguese Major

Requirements

Native speakers of Portuguese are expected to complete the major with coursework at the 300 and 400 level.
Students must complete the degree requirements for the B.A. degree in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Required Minor

Portuguese majors must complete a minor of at least 15 credit hours of coursework. Students may not use any courses from their Portuguese major to satisfy this minor requirement. A minor field of study may be selected from another department of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Kelley School of Business, or the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Students should consult with a faculty advisor in the minor field of study, and students choosing a minor field outside the College should review policies on outside credit hours (see Courses Outside the College of Arts and Sciences).
If a department offers a minor approved by the College, Portuguese majors must follow the specified requirements and be approved by the department. If majors choose a field that does not specify a minor, the requirement includes at least 15 credit hours in a single department with at least 9 credit hours at the 300 level or above.
Foreign language coursework at the 100 level does not count toward the minor. The minor requirement is waived for students who complete a double major.

Admitted Fall 2017 or after

Portuguese Major

Requirements

Portuguese Minor

Native speakers of Portuguese are expected to complete the minor with course work at the P300 and P400 level. For detailed information about the options available to minors, students should consult the departmental office of undergraduate studies.

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For further information contact:
Karla Allgood, Undergraduate Secretary, or
Prof. Alejandro Mejias-Lopez, Director of Undergraduate Studies